Lancashire Fringe Festival is not only a supporter of brilliant performance but also of Lancashire talent.
So the festival will launch on Friday night (July 15) with a wonderful performer called Charlotte Berry.
Berry, a graduate of the University of Central Lancashire’s Contemporary Theatre and Performance course, will deliver her seductively wonderful performance Crystal Vision.
Leaning heavily on spoken word and poetry techniques, Berry’s character Crystal Vision is a free-dancing modern-day Mystic Meg, offering insightful commentary into the chaos of modern life. The enchanting delivery gives Berry an aura of authenticity as she mixes irony and prophecy in a captivating tale.
Berry is part of theatre and performance group Tin Can People. The group has devised group pieces such as Remember Me; a performance which explores the layers of a live gig, and Millennium Sports Day, a four-hour durational performance event.
Currently the company are developing Katie & Pip, a performance project which aims to celebrate the relationship between a 13-year-old Type 1 diabetic girl called Katie and her medical assistance dog Pip.
Crystal Vision kicks off Lancashire Fringe Festival at 7pm on July 15, 2016.