THIS summer, despite the world being a very different place, the creative thinkers at Ludlow Fringe Festival, have got together (at an appropriate distance of course) to deliver a safe, affordable and innovative Fringe Festival for everyone to enjoy and get involved with.

It started last Saturday, and runs until the end of the month as an on-line, multi-national, family friendly and accessible festival with a programme of over 100 events to watch from the comfort of your armchair, from a wide-ranging array of local, national and international performers from all genres of the arts – music, literary, dance, theatre, visual, comedy, storytellers, poetry, Shakespeare, etc.

All events are free to watch but a ‘no obligation’ donate button will be available throughout each performance for audience members to show their appreciation to the performers where possible.

In addition, Ludlow Fringe will be donating 80 per cent of any income directed towards them to the Ludlow Food Bank.

There will also be an Arts Trail, taking place throughout the town in shop windows, cafes, galleries and public places and open to all categories of visual arts so there is much to be seen and enjoyed.