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LAMBCO Fringe Festival is making the intimate Landor Theatre available to performers who would not normally be able to afford a London Professional Theatre Space.
With 6 Daily Time Slots they are able to present their talent through performance.
It’s an opportunity for new work, or could be used as a try-out in advance of taking a show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. A chance to iron out the logistics before the hectic Edinburgh schedule.
It’s an opportunity for London based audiences to see the work who might otherwise miss it. Not everyone you’d like to see your show is able to travel to Edinburgh - widening your exposure.
The Landor Festival is able to provide full professional technical support where needed.
LAMBCO is committed to supporting talent and Performers.
Lambco Fringe Festival at the LOST Theatre