Are you ready for live music, comedy, dance and theatre? Llangollen's Fringe Festival promises not to disappoint.

The festival will take place from Friday, July 7-15, with the main events taking place in Llangollen Town Hall.

Festival passes include priority entry to all the main events for a discounted rate. Alternatively, tickets can be bought separately for all the main shows. 

This year's comedy club starts on the opening night at 7.30pm featuring some superb acts, including Micky P.Kerr, Britain's Got Talent 2018 finalist, Abigail Rolling, Harry Stachini, and guest host, Rob Rouse, as seen on Upstart Crow. 

'Henge' will be returning on July, 8, at 8.30pm to deliver "music from a distant planet". 

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An event organiser spokesperson said: "Their music escapes definition, but occupies a space between rave and prog-rock that nobody knew existed. Henge are spreading a message of hope which leaves audiences feeling amused and uplifted in equal measures."

Other acts include 'Hang Massive' who will perform on July, 13 at 7.30pm, shaping the global handpan music scene, while Mr Scruff, a Manchester-based producer, DJ and cartoonist, will take to the stage on July, 15 at 7.30pm.

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Other main acts include 'Alogte Oho and his Sounds of Joy' a musician from southern Ghana, 'VRi', a trio from Wales performing traditional music and dance, 'Half Man Half Biscuit', an English folk band from the Wirral, and 'Ibibio Sound Machine', fronted by Nigerian singer Eno Williams, who clash African and electronic elements of sound. 

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The festival will also be hosting free art events including the 'Folk Tales of the Ever After: Stories about Death, Dying and Beyond' by Courtyard Books.

The 'Time Travel trip up Castell Dinas Bran' has also promised to be a great experience for the whole family hosted by the AONB and Camera Obscura. 

In an attempt to become more eco-friendly, oranisers ask those attending to come along with only their name and email address since they no longer produce tickets.

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