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- Posted:Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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If so, then booking a hostel in Amsterdam might provide a good place to stay when visiting the city for the Fringe Festival, which begins on August 2nd and runs until the 12th.
The event will feature 60 theatre groups in 25 diverse locations with an array of different dance and live art performances among others for individuals to take in.
Moreover, the fringe extravaganza's website stated: "The festival with the most varied contacts is spreading over the city with politically kinetic theatre, sweet-voiced punk, poetic rock violence, self-torturing quests for honesty, inside-out migration theatre, international gems and an uninhibited love."
Those who cannot decide where to book their Amsterdam hostel might like to note that there will be productions taking place in and around an array of destinations including the Melkweg, Theater Bellevue, Rozentheate and Sugar Factory.
At the event, there is an open registration policy which leaves its doors ajar to a wide range of people, such as creators, as well as different venues.
Its webpage noted that acts who distinguish themselves from others by "going against the grain, being raw, political or simply on the cutting edge" are all welcome.
But those who are keen on more of a historical experience when they visit the city might like to leave their hostel in Amsterdam for a day to go and see the Anne Frank House Musuem, where one of the world's most famous books was written.
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