2020 tickets automatically valid for 2022 - click here if you want us to reissue them
If you bought Haslemere Fringe tickets for 2020, they are automatically valid on the gate for the equivalent days for the 2022 Haslemere Fringe Festival. If you’ve lost your 2020 tickets or would like us to reissue with the 2022 date please fill out the form below:
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The team at Haslemere Fringe Festival are deeply saddened by the events currently taking place in Ukraine and we stand united with its people. We are working in partnership with Haslemere Rotary Club who are asking for monetary donations, the proceeds of which will be allocated to support Ukrainian civilians via the UNHCR. You can donate online via the Rotary Just Giving fundraising page, link below. Please help us with your support and donate what you can to this extremely worthy cause.
Friday 1st July
With music characterised by astute, observational lyrics and big, hook driven melodies, Britpop favourites Sleeper enjoyed huge critical and commercial success in the 90’s with well over a million sales and eight UK Top 40 hit singles including ‘Inbetweener’, ‘Nice Guy Eddie’ and ‘Sale Of The Century’.
Fronted by one of Britpop’s biggest female stars, Louise Wener, the band also had two tracks featured on the era defining movie ‘Trainspotting’ and has played the main stages of Reading, Glastonbury, V and Shepherd’s Bush Empire. The band reunited in 2017, completed a sell-out tour in 2019, and co-headlined a UK tour with The Bluetones in 2021.
Saturday 2nd July
Iconic rock/pop band The Feeling, whose hits include ‘Fill My Little World’, ‘Sewn’ and ‘Never Be Lonely’ have performed all over the world, as well as the Glastonbury Festival Pyramid Stage and Wembley.
This award-winning group is fronted by lead singer Dan Gillespie-Sells whose West End musical hit ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ was released as a Hollywood Movie in 2021. The band are set to release a new album ‘Loss. Hope. Love’ in Spring 2022 which will be followed by a major UK tour.
Sunday 3rd July
Kitchen Disco legend Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s fame rocketed during the Covid-19 lockdown when her weekly live Instagram streams provided a means of virtual escapism for everyone tuning in.
Sophie went on to release a greatest hits album ‘Songs from the Kitchen Disco’ which includes her previous Top 10 hits, ‘Groovejet’, ‘Murder On The Dancefloor’ and ‘Take Me Home’ as well as a cover version of the Alcazar song ‘Crying at the Discoteque’.
Festival Coordinator Paul Ashton said “we’re delighted that Sophie Ellis-Bextor has re-signed to close this year’s festival. 2022 is set to be the best party yet”.