Join us for a chat with theatre-makers Helen-Marie O’Malley and Tim Marriott on their experience of using the arts to approach difficult themes.
A conversation with socio-political artist Heather Marshall, who brought The Happiness Project to Army @ The Fringe in 2019.
Uncover the long-standing relationship between the Army and artists past and present in this live online discussion.
Join Robin Perko for an hour workshop and learn how to re-programme your mind to see the world like an artist.
An exciting video story about the development of Unicorns, Almost(Army @ The Fringe 2019 Show).
Join the professional mezzo-soprano, Laura Wright, live as she gives masterclasses to two singers via Zoom.
Join us for an evening of variety entertainment hosted by DJ, radio presenter and military husband Chris Keen.
A showcase of musical performances from British Army Musicians presented by Lance Sergeant (LSgt) Connor Deacon and Lance Corporal (LCpl) Andee Birkett, two current serving members…
Join us for a chat with Harry Parker, author of Anatomy of a Soldier, about his experiences as a soldier and how they inform his writing and work as an artist.
Get started with writing that story you’ve always dreamed of telling in this interactive one-hour workshop.
A one hour Zoom workshop exploring poetry and creative writing in theatre.
Exploring how society validates or invalidates Art and artists’ creative expression with their perspectives.
A practical session breaking down the stigma surrounding poetry during which participants will write a short verse.
Join Daisy Rogers, Founder of Liberally, as she discusses the place of storytelling in the fight for greater diversity and inclusion across the liberal arts, through expressive mix…
An evening of poetry and spoken word curated and hosted by Tim Marriott and guests.
Charlotte Green, writer of Lest We Forget, and James Robert Moore, writer of POSTERBOY, join us for a chat about the process of developing their plays and their ambitions…
A discussion on the relationship between artists and critics in fringe and wider contexts, with insight and advice from Richard Beck and Matthew Shelley.
“I lit the spark that burned the world down”, declares Oliver Yellop’s Gavrilo Princip, before a dying trumpet slide suggests the spark may have been, in fact, rather more of…
Learn the ins and outs of the logistics behind achieving ambitious designs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with Anna Driftmier, designer of Army @ The Fringe 2019 show Dead E…
Charlotte will take you through the timeline of creating your own work, along with a practical element to get you started on your own play.
Embodied Theatre: explore theatre makers NMT Automatics and classicist Jon Heskers’ creation process questioning the role of ancient battle narratives in modern perceptions of wa…
A two-part workshop series encouraging participants to discover their own ridiculous eccentricities and lay the foundation for their own unique performance language.
Oliver Yellop, (Further Theatre) brings you a workshop on the process of making I Am Gavrilo Princip.
Lying not too far beneath the CV19 surface of 2020 lie a series of news events that seem to epitomise our times.
James Robert Moore, writer of the play POSTERBOYwill take writers through a series of exercises based on adapting autobiographies into stage plays.
Find out more about bringing a show to Army @ The Fringe, what we’re looking for and our unique offering for artists.
Román Baca leads a choreographic workshop, turning experiences of military training, service, and war into choreography.
A live-from-home reading of a twenty minute section of brand new play POSTERBOY based on the autobiography OUT IN THE ARMY by James Wharton – telling the insp…
Learn how archival material can inspire your next creative project in this live virtual event.
Román Baca talks about his healing journey from ballet to the Iraq War and back again.
Learn about promotional imagery for theatre, from the initial poster concept to production photography.
Join Mark Rowley (The Last Kingdom) for a practical online acting workshop on tapping into instinct.
Online premiere of Rosie Kay’s 10 SOLDIERS exploring the training, friendships, loves and the incredible teamwork behind an army unit.
Phil Spencer will discuss the financial challenges of making a short film and how to overcome them.
Captain Ben Mason (Director of Music Band of the Grenadier Guards) and Lance Sergeant Ian Shepherd (Band of the Grenadier Guards) lead a session on creating atmosphere through musi…
Join Rosie Kay as she talks about working in dance and film, from 5 SOLDIERS to Sunshine on Leith.
A screening of short films curated by Soldiers’ Arts Academy, hosted by Román Baca.
A unique and insightful look at the journey into film hosted by former Royal Marine Phil Spencer.
Join Suba Subramaniam to explore the use of projection in dance and theatre productions.
Closing the first day of [email protected] on Monday 11th of August was an online short film screening and Q&A with Phil Spencer, available to watch online in full.
Join Rebecca Brown, the first female soldier to win Army Photographer of the Year, for a conversation about her experiences.
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