Preview your Camden Fringe show by voice message

Hello Camden Fringe 2021  performers!

We’re Camdenist, the new collaborative media platform dedicated to celebrating and supporting everything the borough has to offer. 

As we all emerge from the shock of Covid and its lockdowns, we’re really excited to see such a full programme of Fringe events bringing live arts and culture back to Camden this summer.

We’ll be covering the Fringe in our weekly emails (please do sign up below), but rather than pick a handful of highlights, we thought we’d offer you all a chance to blow your own trumpets, by way of recording a voice message previewing your shows directly to our readers. 

Because there’s surely nobody better to shout about why it’s going to be so brilliant than you? We’ll then embed these spoken promos on our website and social media, including ticket links and imagery.

Hopefully this gives you a whole new, totally free and very quick way to promote your upcoming Fringe events to a big audience who are guaranteed to live/work nearby. 


Max recording time is 1 minute. Keep an eye on the seconds countdown. You’ll be able to review and redo the recording before saving anything if you make a mistake!


We’ll also add your messages to our channel on the brand new  voice-based social network app TannOi, where our community and other fans who comes to your shows can join the thread and leave their own voice preview or review, too.  

Download the free Tannoi app here

If you have any questions or would like to speak about running a paid promotion such as an interview feature or advertisement, feel free to reach out on and we’ll get right back to you. 

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