Prague Fringe Festival 2019 – A Gallery of Events

Prague Fringe 2019

A pictorial journey through this year’s Prague Fringe Festival by our friend and photographer Patrick McKitrick.

Kafka’s Ape

PARTNER CONTENT

YILILIZA (South Africa), A solo performance about a primate’s struggle to overcome the confines of captivity. The play explores the complexities of identity in post-apartheid South Africa and in the human race in general. 2015 Silver Ovation Award, National Arts Festival, Grahamstown. All photos: Patrick McKitrick.

Cat Loud’s Torch Songs

Critically-acclaimed Scottish singer and cabaret performer Cat Loud makes her European debut with an intimate, soulful celebration of melancholy jazz, characterised by her trademark dusky vocals and comedic ennui. ‘Perfect nightcap… Stunning!’ Graham Norton. All Photos: Patrick McKitrick

Sarah Kendall

The star of BBC Radio 4’s hit Australian Trilogy brings her inimitable storytelling to Prague for the first time. Work-in-progress from the two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee and two-time Writers’ Guild Winner. ‘Truly Brilliant’ ***** (Chortle). All photos: Patrick McKitrick

Gone Edinburgh.

Bobby Nicholson & Kevin Gore. All photos: Patrick McKitrick.

In the woods where the men work.

OOF Theatre Collective, USA. All photos: Patrick McKitrick.

Where the hell is Bernard?

(Haste Theatre, England). Divadlo Inspirace. Photos: Patrick McKitrick

Canary, Fun in the oven, England.

Divadlo Inspirace. All photos: Patrick McKitrick

Where are you really from? Museum of Alchemists

ŇUN & VÍ (Vietnam, Czech Republic) All photos: Patrick McKitrick

In the woods where the men work.

OOF Theatre Collective (USA). All photos: Patrick McKitrick.

In the woods where the men work….. Photo: Patrick McKitrick
In the woods where the men work (OOF Theatre Collective (USA))……Photo: Patrick McKitrick
The Family Blimp…… Photo: Patrick McKitrick
The Family Blimp…… Photo: Patrick McKitrick
Three’s a crowd…… Photo: Patrick McKitrick
Three’s a crowd…… Photo: Patrick McKitrick
Christmas Tales of Terror…… Photo: Patrick McKitrick