Its that time of year again and we simply can't wait to see what East London's Fringe Film and Arts Festival has to offer! In its third year now, this experimental, interactive and unashamedly queer event has gone from strength to strength.
Fringe this year will be turning an old disused catholic school near London's Victoria Park into its main base of operations. Workshops, film screenings and other creative events will be taking place at the school and across various locations in the east end. A perfect setting for this alternative festival, East London is also the beating heart of London's creative scene.
If you have some time spare from the 11th April to the 14th and you want to experience something new and bold, then head down to their website and book yourself some tickets before they sell out! Alternatively, we at FixMyWeave Magazine snapped up tickets for a whole plethora of screenings and events as soon as they were released, so if you cant make it down then stick with us for broad coverage, photos and reviews.
From full length feature films such as the European Premier of Five Dances to Fashion Shorts and one of our favourites, A Crash Course In Kink (strictly for the over 18's) Fringe promises to shock, educate and stimulate the senses.