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The full line-up for this year’s Bury Fringe Festival has been announced.   Events take place during April and early May at The Hunter Club and Abbeygate Cinema in Bury St Edmunds.  Bury Fringe is intended to highlight the wealth of homegrown, contemporary talent Bury St Edmunds and the surrounding area has to offer, and this year the organisers are very pleased to be working alongside Conservatoire East to incorporate short movies by young local film-makers into the programme.

Musical headliners this year include gonzoid rock heroes VOTER KERNEL, majestic alt-rock foursome CATHEDRALS AND CARS, psychedelic hip-hop grunge collective SCARE THE NORMALS, Victorian murder folk-punks THY LAST DROP and bona fide indie legend KATE JACKSON (formerly of The Long Blondes), who’ll be performing her long-awaited, Bernard Butler-produced solo debut album ‘British Road Movies’ in its entirety. Full listings are below:

Saturday 2nd April at The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds

400Voter-Kernel-press-hi-reVOTER KERNEL
plus MEN OF MUNGA, KEMAKIL, FINAL TRANSMISSION and FIX
6-11pm, £5, 14+ welcome

Saturday 16th April at The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds

400Cathedrals-&-Cars-2015-1CATHEDRALS & CARS
plus FORTUNATO, WAR WAVES, KYANOS and DREADNECKS (Artheads)
6-11pm, £5, 14+ welcome


Friday 22nd April at Abbeygate Cinema, Bury St Edmunds

400Kate-JacksonKATE JACKSON AND THE WRONG MOVES perform the live premiere of ‘British Road Movies’
plus THE MACHISMO’S and a specially-selected showreel of short films by students of Conservatoire East/West Suffolk College
7-11pm, £7 advance/£8 door, Rated 12A
Tickets: www.abbeygatecinema.co.uk / 0871 902 5722


Saturday 7th May at The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds

400Horse-Party-by-Jeff-HiggBURY FRINGE ALL-DAYER 2016
with SCARE THE NORMALS, THY LAST DROP, HORSE PARTY, THE VIRTUES, GAFFA TAPE SANDY, BRACKEN, SUBURBAN MINDS (winners of BurySOUND 2016), THE BIRCH, SEARCHING GREY, ATORC, MATTY AND THE BULLSHARKS, ME AND THE MOON, SIAH and loads more to be announced.
One day, four stages, more than 30 artists!
1pm-1am, £5 advance/£8 door, 14+ welcome
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