Feature photo: Erin Fowler, EGG - photo credit: Chris Herzfeld, Camlight Productions
When and where is Fringe in the Hills?
Fringe in the Hills is presented by Bamboozled Productions and runs from:
15 - 18 April at Coventry Library Lawns Stirling / Piccadillyangga,
then 19 - 21 April Stirling Community Theatre (9 Avenue Road, Stirling)
before heading to Fabrik Arts and Heritage, Mill Square Lobethal from 22 - 24 April.
Maps are HERE.
Do I have to pay to get in?
Yes and no. Site entry to Fringe in the Hills is free before 6pm. Kids aged 12 and under are also free. Entry is $10 after 6pm and includes a line up of some spectacular local, live music. You can book HERE.
You can buy tickets to shows via our website HERE or through Fringetix HERE. Entry to Stirling and Lobethal Fringe in the Hills hub is free if you have a ticket for a show on the same night. Remember to book your tickets early. This is a festival run by a small, local team and it needs your support to stay around.
What time is the site open?
Fringe in the Hills hub is open:
Friday 15th April 5pm - midnight
Saturday 16th April 10:30am - midnight
Sunday 17th April 10:30am - midnight
Monday 18th April 10:30am - midnight
Friday 22nd April 5pm - midnight
Saturday 23rd April 10:30am - midnight
Sunday 24th April 10:30am - midnight
What are we going to eat?
Among our offerings across Stirling and Lobethal this festival are Uz Gozleme, Govindas, Soza’s Sri Lankan, Prancing Pony, Lobethal Bierhaus, Applewood Gin, Udder Delights, Son of Dot wines, Parley wines, LOBO cider, Hokey Pokey, Mighty Mighty Coffee and more!
Is Fringe in the Hills only at Stirling Library Lawns / Piccadillyangga or Fabrik Arts and Heritage Lobethal?
Do you have a Covid management plan?
Yes, we do. You can read it HERE.
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions HERE.