Monday, 30 July 2012

Olympic Opening Ceremony at The Fringe 2012

As promised, a couple of photos of The Fringe 2012.

The Fringe private members club opened its doors for the first time last Friday to see in the Olympic opening ceremony.

There was a small hitch of the sound not working for the first 40 minutes of the show, which resulted in one of the poor sound guys up a ladder trying to fix the speaker. In the end he received a huge cheer as the sound of the stadium spectacle was eventually brought to life.

The Fringe is minutes from the Olympic stadium and although I missed a shot of the Red Arrows passing due to being stuck in a large queue at the Planters Rum tiki bar, we did get a great view of the fireworks finale.
The previously derelict warehouse has been revamped into three floors of bars, DJ spaces and rooms to hire out for private events.

The Fringe 2012 is situated on the canal and has a raised outside platform where people can watch all the Olympic action on a giant screen.

Good luck team GB!

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