Guildford-based independent music venue, The Boileroom are announced as partners of the Haslemere Fringe. Bringing a range of diverse and emerging artists to the festival on Saturday 6th July.

Although well-known for hosting iconic headliners in Haslemere, the ethos of Fringe is to support local and emerging talent and be inclusive to people of all ages and backgrounds.

The Boileroom is known for supporting local developing vibrant, accessible, and forward-thinking initiatives, and bringing audiences some of the most diverse and talented artists across all genres of contemporary music.  At the 2024 Fringe, the Boileroom stage will host:

  • Brighton jangle-psych band ‘Hutch
  • Fuzzy melodrama / psychedelic western group ‘The Motor Show
  • Five-piece art rock band ‘shtepi’
  • Still Me, SKYE, Lola Rose and Noah Fenton.

Boileroom Manager, Char Goodfellow said “We are thrilled to be a part of such a vital local festival community this summer. It has been so fun curating a Boileroom-style line up for Haslemere Fringe and we can’t wait for you to see some fantastic local showstopping talent. All artists on the Boileroom stage this year are people we’ve watched develop and grow throughout the years and we’re proud to have such an array of acts, from R&B to Psychedelic Folk representing all that we are. We’ll see you in the pit!”

Fringe Festival Coordinator, Paul Ashton says “We’re delighted that The Boileroom has agreed to partner with us to introduce the Haslemere Fringe to a new audience and amazing new talent to the people of Haslemere.”

The Haslemere Fringe is shaping up to be one of the South of England’s events of the Summer! Tickets are available at Early Bird prices until 28th April, so don’t wait, buy tickets at



The Boileroom is a multi-award-winning grassroots music venue and community-led organisation providing support to all in developing vibrant, accessible, forward-thinking initiatives, with a focus on locality.

They have been curators of emerging, national and local music, community and creative arts events since 2006, with artists like Wolf Alice, Ed Sheeran, Foals, Charlotte Plank, Sugarhill Gang & The 1975 to name a few.

The Boileroom team is committed to bringing some of the most diverse and talented artists across all genres of contemporary music; with inclusivity, accessibility, health, wellbeing; and learning through creative mediums as the foundation for their purpose.


The Haslemere Fringe is a volunteer-led, family-friendly festival which takes place every two years on Lion Green, just off Wey Hill in the heart of Haslemere.

Headliners already announced for 2024 include multimillion-selling band Blue, global pop icon Daniel Bedingfield, legendary 1980s bands T’Pau and Haircut 100, and rising star Callum Beattie.

The event features several stages with something for audiences of all ages including over 50 live bands, emerging new talent, dance acts, comedy, poetry, children’s entertainment, local artisans and more.



The Haslemere Fringe Festival is a not-for-profit event and our partner charities for the 2024 Fringe are mental health charity, Mind, and local charities The Hunter Centre (Supporting people living with Dementia) Haslemere, and Talk To Me Counselling Service (Haslewey).





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