Fringe Festival Praha

27th May - 4th June 2011

We'd like to invite audiences from across the world, old friends and new, to come and join us for the 10th birthday of, 'the famous Edinburgh Festival's naughty grandchild' (Prague Post 2009)! With 9 days of comedy, theatre, music and dance across 9 venues in the beautiful Mala Strana area of the city, showcasing the work of companies from across the world …and rightly known for its fun, friendly, intimate atmosphere and the inclusion of our audiences in all the festival action what’s not to love?

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Over the past 10 years Fringe Festival Praha has hosted works by local, national and many international companies who fly in annually for the event – established companies say we are one of the most intimate and performer friendly festivals they’ve been to, new companies say it’s a great place to showcase their work. Most shows are very visual, some are in English, some in Czech, most last for an hour, all are designed to entertain, delight and maybe even challenge. Music plays a great part in the event. With fringe you just don’t know what to expect and that’s the beauty of the beast! Each year varies; we’ve hosted many shows that have gone on to be award winners at some of our 60 or so brother and sister fringe festivals across the world while some are designed specifically for our event – if you don’t catch it here, you’ll miss your chance! Every year is different and every year its you that makes the event what it is. Whether artist, company member, audience member, technician, sponsor, volunteer, critic, friend, …start making your plans for May/June 2011.

Steven Gove, Carole Wears and the Fringe team

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Fringe Festival Praha Awards
2010 awards winners are as follows:

Inspirativni Cena (Inspiration Award)
An annual award, chosen by an anonymous and independent panel to a piece of work that has been staged on a world platform no more than twice previously or to a company that was founded less than two years ago.

Nathan the wise, Middlesborough College
Kaguya, Makoto Inoue
In the Arms of a Lion, White Swan Productions
Overall winner (joint):
Kaguya, Makoto Inoue + In the Arms of a Lion, White Swan Productions

Kreativni Cena (Creative Award)
An annual award to the company, chosen by an anonymous and independent panel to the artist or company whose production is deemed creatively exceptional by majority vote - open to all companies.

The Harbour, Limbik
Horse, Company FZ
Poste Restaunt, They gotta be secret agents
Overall winner:
The Harbour, Limbik

Spirit of the Fringe Award
This award is awarded in exceptional circumstances to an individual or company who has truly embraced the spirit of the festival; it is not exclusively a creative award although can be such and will be awarded by festival directors on an occasional basis.

This years joint winners, each for very different reasons are 3 venue technicians who have show dedication above and beyond anything we could have hoped for to this and previous festivals - they a really special part of the fringe family and we can't thank them enough

Standa Halbrsťsát
Honza Pařižek
Kryštof Pavelka

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