Friday 25th July - Llangollen Storytelling Café
Join the regular members of Storytelling Cafe for an evening of story, song, stand-up, monologue, music, coffee and cake.
World Music Weekend Ticket
See all three world music concerts on the last weekend of the Fringe for only £30!
Saturday 26th July - Osibisa
Known as ‘The Godfathers of World Music', Osibisa exploded onto the music world in 1971 with a pulsating and vibrant sound that was to engulf the tired post 60’s rock scene. Translated from Ghanaian Osibisa means ‘criss-cross rhythms that explode with happiness’.
About Llangollen Fringe Festival
As well as attracting visitors from all over the UK, the Fringe continues to grow its local following and is achieving its aim to become 'the festival for the town in the town' – thanks to everyone in our audience.
The Fringe is a not-for-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers and only receives limited public funding, so a big thank-you to all who help in whatever way.