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Stroud Fringe Festival

An event in September in Gloucestershire
Various locations
Stroud
Gloucestershire
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An annual event of cultural, artistic and musical activity. The entertainment is a mix of paid and free at various venues throughout Stroud.

Contact the council on 0871 716 2676

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