[email protected] is proud to present a series of events at this year’s Great Yorkshire Fringe. After a highly successful first year, The Great Yorkshire Fringe is back with 17 days of comedy and entertainment in Parliament Street, 15 – 31 July.
[email protected] is the special cinema events outfit developed by the founders of South Bank Community Cinema, presenting features, shorts, documentaries and the whole range of screen fare in a "special event" context. [email protected] The Great Yorkshire Fringe will be taking over The Teapot in Parliament Square on Tuesday 26 July for an action packed day to include a rare opportunity to see Life of Brian on the big screen, York musician legends The Lomos, and a special screening of feature documentary The First Film followed by a Q&A with director David Wilkinson.
As well as these interactive screenings, on Sunday 31 July at The Gillygate Shed Pints and Shorts from 11am – 6pm, [email protected] The Great Yorkshire Fringe invites you to a comedy short film extravaganza, to which filmmakers are invited to bring their own films (or works in progress) to show to an audience in a relaxed and informal environment.
For more information on all these events and more, go to The Great Yorkshire Fringe website.