Stroud Fringe Festival takes place over the August bank holiday weekend – Friday 25th to Sunday 27th, 2017. It showcases a huge variety of music, comedy and literature with the recent addition of the Stroud Fringe Food Street and the infamous Block Party.
Music & Entertainment times:
Friday – 16:00 till 23:30
Saturday – 11:00 till 23:30
Sunday – 11:00 till 23:00
Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds are at the heart of the British Rail network with mainline trains to the Cotswolds from London, the Midlands and the North and the South West of England. There are mainline railway stations at Cam and Dursley, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Kemble (serving Cirencester), Moreton-in-Marsh, Stonehouse, Stroud and Ashchurch (for Tewkesbury).
With the M5 dividing the west of the District and the M4 to the south, driving times are thankfully short. Here are a few examples: London 2 hours, Manchester 2½ hours, Birmingham 1½ hours, Bath 1 hour, Stratford 1½ hours, Bristol 30 minutes.
Parking is abundant in Stroud but some access may be restricted during the festival – please check on the district council website for more information about parking.
Stay in groups and be tolerant of friends slowing you down
Arrange an easy meeting point with your friends and that you will be there if you get split up
If you do become a victim of crime – do not resist – give them what they want and make sure you get a good look at them or their clothes, so that when you report them we have a good head start. Also, make a note of exactly where you are.
Anti social behaviour
We ask everyone coming to the Stroud Fringe to consider others.
Stroud Fringe will not tolerate anti social behaviour. We define anti social behaviour as that which interferes with the enjoyment of others.
If you have any concerns or wish to report anyone who may be being anti-social, of offensive, please ensure you speak to a member of our security or stewarding team – they take all reports of anti-social behaviour seriously and will pass information on to police for court purposes.