Artists coming to Prague Fringe often use the festival and our wonderfully accepting and open-minded audiences as a testing ground for new work, that they then take on to other festivals around the world including the world's largest arts event, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
We've spotted many familiar theatre companies and shows in this year's Edinburgh programme, including huge names such as Sarah Kendall, Stephen Frost and David O'Doherty. If you're struggling to navigate the huge line-up then these shows come highly recommended are a great place to start:
14 from our 2019 programme:
Isa Bonachera, 'The Great Emptiness'
Caroline Burns Cooke, 'Testament of Yootha'
Elfie Picket, 'Ane City'
Fetch Theatre, 'Caliban’s Codex'
Sidney Kean, 'Toby Belch (is Unwell)'
David McIver, 'Teleport'
Nicholson and Gore, 'Gone Native'
Bang Average Theatre, 'Lucille and Cecilia'
Sarah Kendall, 'Paper Planes'
Mr Twonkey, 'Twonkey’s Ten Year Twitch'
Cat Loud Quartet, 'Torch Songs'
Jay Bennet, 'An Audience with Yasmine Day'
Teuchter Company - Colin Bramwell, 'Umbrella Man'
Haste Theatre, 'Ex-batts and Broilers'
from recent years:
The Latebloomers, 'Scotland'
Clownfish, 'Sir David and his Animals'
Leyla Josephine, 'Daddy Drag'
Brite Theatre, '(Can this be) Home'
Hoopla Clique, 'Chores'
In Bed With My Brother, 'Tricky Second Album'
Mad Etiquette, 'The Establishment: Bureau de Strange'
Two Little Dickeads, 'Kapow'
Static Assembly, 'The Nana Schewitz Pass Me Over Party'
from the past:
David O'Doherty, 'Ultrasound'
TBC Improv, 'Absolute Improv'
Pip Utton Theatre Company, 'Einstein'
Baba Brinkman's 'Rap Guide To...'
Andy Smart, '40 Years at the Edinburgh Fringe'
Stephen Frost/ Richard Vranch, 'Whose Line is it Anyway'
Amy Abler, 'PianoDivalicious'
Break a leg to everyone performing at Edinburgh this year!
Applications for Prague Fringe 2020 will be open very soon - keep an eye on the 'Participate' page for all the details.