GALLERY: Fun at the Fringe: Milton Keynes Festival proves popular

Picture by Dino Vescera
Picture by Dino Vescera
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MILTON Keynes Fringe Festival proved popular among visitors to Central Milton Keynes last week.

Crowds flocked to see the festival’s dance event in Middleton Hall and the Theatre District. A wide variety of different dance styles were performed by a host of community dance groups, professional choreographers and solo performers.

There was also a specially commissioned dance finale by Marso and a visually, breathtaking performance by the awesome ‘Critical Masqueraders’ from Brighton.

And the Fringe also feaatured a spectacular Street Bazaar in Middleton Hall from July 10-12.

There were more than 50 stalls selling everything from original art, handmade and vintage fabric and fayre, quirky interior design pieces and street sculptures.

The event also featured commissioned street artists, live musicians and street performers.

Reader Dino Vescera indly sent in a number of pictures from the Fringe which can be seen in our Milton Keynes Fringe Festival gallery.

For more pictures from the Fringe dance event people can visit the flickr account of photographer ‘Simon St.Clare of Orwell & Goode Photography’

> All pictures in our gallery come courtesy of Dino Vescera