As part of Make it Happen month at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Scottish Drama Training Network is hosting the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society and their workshop:
Bring your Show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
22 November 2017
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society is the organisation that underpins the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The founding principle at the heart of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe – to be an open access arts event that accommodates anyone with a story to tell and a venue willing to host them – still regulates the work of the Society today. It is our policy that no single individual or committee determines who can or cannot perform at the Fringe.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society is a registered charity with three core objectives:
– Providing support, advice and encouragement to all the amazing artists, producers and venues who create the Fringe each year, from help with choosing a venue or writing a press release, to advice on touring, free access to rehearsal space, and professional development activities and events
– Assisting the audiences who come to Edinburgh by helping you navigate what’s on offer with comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date information and ticketing
– Promoting this wonderful and unique festival to the rest of the world
Find out how to bring a show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in this interactive workshop run by Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society staff. Take on the role of a company performing at the Fringe, choose your venue and set your budget. This workshop will answer your questions on bringing a show to Edinburgh and leave you feeling ready to conquer the Fringe!
This workshop is available to performing and production arts students from our Network Institutions. Spaces to this event are free but limited, book yours here.