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Reykjavík Fringe Festival


04.-12 July 2020

A celebration of all art forms, new and old artists on the fringe. Local and international artists perform all over the city at the height of summer presenting a variety of theatre, dance, circus, comedy, poetry, drag, burlesque, children's shows, magic, new media and more. 

Reykjavík Fringe Festival collaborates with other Fringe festivals in the Nordic countries as a part of the Nordic Fringe Network and has been running since 2018.

To find out more and see the latest program, visit RVK Fringe Festival's website.

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