Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme for Fringe participants.
Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme, for Fringe participants.
Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme, for Fringe Participants.
Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme for Fringe Participants.
If you were starting out as a producer, what would you like to be taught? If you are starting out as a producer, what do you need to know and how would you like to be taught? If En…
A small allocation of tickets available on the door, first come, first served.
Unlike the majority of shows at the Fringe, Pick Up a Brick was a one-off panel discussion about queer art and how we can use it as activism, including an audience Q&A.
Calling all those who possess a uterus, including trans men, at the Fringe! How’s our centre of creativity; the womb and ovaries being compromised within a demanding product driven…
AMDA will be conducting placement and scholarship auditions for its BFA and Conservatory programs in Acting, Music Theatre, Dance Theatre and Performing Arts.
The RCS is holding auditions for this innovative programme for actors and directors, with some experience, who want to become more reflective, aspirational practitioners.
Part of the Fringe Central Events Progamme for Fringe participants.
Managing a venue at the Fringe can be a hugely rewarding experience, but is also a mammoth undertaking for all involved.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the largest open access arts festival in the world.
Are you thinking of bringing a show to the Fringe next year? The venue marketplace offers a unique opportunity to meet with venue representatives face to face, pitch your show and …
COMMON is an arts organisation which exists to support the UK theatre industry in achieving greater socio-economic diversity, and help working-class artists build sustainable caree…
Performer/producer? Want to tour the world? What touring opportunities are out there? A once-a-year chance to meet and hear from fringe festival directors from around the world; al…
Part of the Fringe Central Programme for Fringe participants.
Ready to take your show to England’s largest arts festival? Want to showcase your work to a fresh audience? If you answered yes to these questions, this is the event for you! Lea…
An opportunity to apply for East 15 Acting School’s MA/MFA Acting International programme.
COMMON: GROUND is an initiative developed by COMMON, an arts organisation who exist to support the UK theatre industry in achieving greater socio-economic diversity, delivered with…
Costs are rising, while subsidies are shrinking and consumer behaviours are changing rapidly.
Why Performance? is a series of panel discussions exploring the contributions that performance makes to human life and development.
Discover Adelaide Fringe, Australia’s largest open access festival! The Fringe transforms Adelaide into a festival wonderland, with over 1,200 events across every art form in ove…
RCS is holding auditions for this programme for aspiring performance makers wishing to develop their skills as innovative and socially engaged performers, directors, teachers and c…
A space for artists, producers and makers to come together as collaborators, friends or individuals to meet and think, chill out and create some headspace during the world’s busi…
Join Deborah Frances-White, stand-up comedian, screenwriter and host of podcast The Guilty Feminist, to formally welcome you to Fringe Central and mark the start of the 2018 Fringe…
CreativeMornings is a breakfast lecture series for the creative community.
As part of Fringe Central’s Young Voices: Fresh Perspective programme, the Scottish Drama Training Network presented Creative Solutions for Creative Careers.
East 15 is holding auditions for these dynamic MA degrees. For more information email [email protected] with Edinburgh in the email title.
Are you thinking of bringing a show to the Fringe next year? This event offers a unique opportunity to meet with venue representatives face-to-face, pitch your show and get a chanc…
Sure, Edinburgh’s pretty awesome, but Melbourne Fringe is one of the most adventurous, edgy, exciting festivals around (even if we do say so ourselves).
As we mark 70 years of this phenomenal festival we want to take stock and explore the future of the Fringe.
A panel discussion with Caroline Bowditch (performance artist and choreographer); Dr Ben Fletcher-Watson (University of Edinburgh); Michael Richardson (Heriot-Watt University).
Ready to take your show to England’s largest arts festival? Want to showcase your work to a fresh audience? If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions, this is the event for yo…
How do I develop relationships with professionals in other European countries? What opportunities are there to collaborate across borders with other creators.
East 15 is holding auditions for both these creative and challenging courses, exploring global performance and acting for overseas students.
Adelaide Fringe is Australia’s largest open access festival, with over 1,100 events across every art form in over 400 venues.
A casual get-together for queer artists attending the Fringe from all over the world.
Join other parents/carers and their children at an informal coffee morning.
As we mark 70 years of this phenomenal festival we want to take stock and explore what the Fringe should look like in the future.
East 15 is holding interviews for this practical-based professional training, which prepares you for production roles in theatre and creative industries.
Producing a show at, performing in, or attending the Edinburgh Fringe is exciting and inspiring but it can also be hectic and draining, an experience made even more challenging if …
Whenever your organisation enters into a business arrangement there is likely to be a contract in existence, whether it is written or just implied by conversation and actions.
The Independent Theatre Council is at the Edinburgh Fringe to help you get started in the performing arts and to support you as you grow.
An opportunity to hear and ask questions about how rural touring works plus get up to date news involving companies, producers and touring schemes.
As your organisation grows, funders and other advisors may suggest you need a more a formal structure.
Looking at disability from a fresh perspective, Jo Verrent, Senior Producer at Unlimited illustrates just how disabled artists are using their lived experience (of disability) as a…
Every summer artists from around the globe head to Australia’s biggest open access arts festival.
Creative work is usually made in harmony but deciding who owns the final work can cause uncertainty and strife.
ITC’s legendary short course provides an overview of the fundamental information that you should be aware of when setting up a performing arts company.
East 15 Acting School is hosting an intimate speed dating event aimed at actors and new and developing companies.
The Fringe Society chats with musical theatre practitioners at the top of their game about making it in the business.
An intensive and essential grounding in the principles of animation.
An opportunity to meet key organisations such as funders, arts councils, training providers and agencies.
Article 12 (UNCRC) says adults must listen to and take account of children’s views and their creative expression should be valued.
Are you feeling the strain of the festival on your voice and body? Come along to our voice and movement clinic to ease out some tension and freshen up your performance technique.
A fun and lively discussion about the competitive female spirit.
South Africa’s National Arts Festival is Africa’s largest and most colourful multi-discipline arts event held in Grahamstown each July.
Humour is essential in our everyday lives and defines our humanity.
Older women have the comedy edge because they are less inhibited and have more stories to tell.
Is comedy just for young people? Are we overcoming misogyny to confront a new breed of ageism? Given that there is still a balance to achieve in terms of representing women on the …
Improv comedy is a British export, adopted by America and is now making its way back across the pond to impact the ever developing UK comedy scene.
Sketch comedy is making a comeback! If you’re not brave enough to try stand-up yet, then sketch is the perfect introduction to writing and performing comedy.
Channel 4 celebrates the excellence of female writers and performers in 2015 with great comedy commissions from Sharon Horgan, Jessica Knappett, Caitlin and Caz Moran and Julia Dav…
A once-a-year chance to meet and hear from Fringe Festival directors around the world.
A practical workshop with playwright Lewis Hetherington and puppeteer Ailie Cohen.
Performers, join a discussion set up specifically for Street and Outdoor Artists.
Stella Hall is an agent of social and artistic change.
Ready to take your show to England’s largest arts festival? Want to showcase your work to a fresh audience? Fancy a new Fringe experience? If you answered yes to these questions,…
Relaxed Performances now take place around the world.
A creative play space for Spoken Word artists.
A practical workshop exploring and confronting ‘issues’ through playwriting, performance and, importantly, comedy – with Robert Softley Gale and Johnny McKnight.
Curious to know what inspires theater makers? So are we! We are inviting Fringe artists from far and wide to share what inspires them.
The Fringe Society chats with actors at the top of their game.
‘We live in one of the most diverse societies the world has ever seen, yet this is not reflected in the culture we produce, or in who is producing it’ (Sir Brian McMaster).
Join leading makers as we discuss what motivates artists to make theatre and dance for young audiences.
End of week one, how to capitalise on success, how to heal critical wounds, what to do next if you are a new creative artist/emerging company.
A look at new and original ways of presenting and producing theatre.
Yvonne has been an established vocal coach for over 30 years, working in a number of drama schools and she is also an associate with the Royal National Theatre’s Voice department.
The bane of many a modern small company is the adverse online review.
Join cabaret critic Ben Walters, formerly of Time Out London, now of the Scotsman and NotTelevision.
Paul works as the Scottish agent for Keddie Scott Associates Ltd, a London based agency.
Need better media coverage? Learn easy steps for generating positive publicity in print, online – everywhere! – from social media pro and arts journalist Elaine Liner.
A common objective for artists participating in the Fringe is to create touring opportunities for their work.
How often is your creative practice playful? Is fun the thing we’re scared to have? Amid the pressures of the Fringe, Poorboy/The Bell Rock Co.
Spotlight’s Emma Dyson will be giving essential advice on how best to market yourself in the industry, covering everything from CVs, photos and showreels, to how to approach agents…
WGGB is the TUC affiliated union for writers negotiating terms, agreements and conditions with BBC, ITV, C4, PACT and TMA.
A practical playwriting and performance workshop with Gary McNair (A Gambler’s Guide to Dying).
Scottish playwright Stef Smith (Swallow, Roadkill) will lead a practical workshop for playwrights looking at the relationship of form, content and character.
The Fringe Society chats with comedians at the top of their game.
‘My music is not based on my being transgender.
Producers David Hutchinson and Phillip Rowntree discuss how they grew touring company Sell a Door from a shoestring Fringe company to a large scale and West End production company.
Meet PR and media insiders: tips on everything from social networking and contacting reviewers to increasing audience numbers.
Whenever your organisation enters into a business arrangement, there is likely to be a contract in existence, whether it is written or just implied by conversation and actions.
An opportunity to hear and ask questions about how rural touring works involving companies, producers and touring schemes followed by an open session to network and meet touring sc…
It’s all about Adelaide.
The Fringe attracts artists, companies and audiences from all over the world, but how do you engage with an audience who don’t share the same first language as you? This discussi…
As you hire a cast for your latest production, send out mass promotional e-mails from a database or blog into the wee small hours, do you stop to consider whose personal data you a…
Curious to know what inspires designers and directors? So are we! We are inviting Fringe artists from far and wide to share what inspires them.
The New York Film Academy is auditioning students for the New York Film Academy’s BFA, AFA, MFA and Conservatory programs in Acting for Film and Musical Theatre.
WGGB is the TUC affiliated union for writers negotiating terms, agreements and conditions with BBC, ITV, C4, PACT and theatre organisations.
A discussion on approaches to working collaboratively with people who face barriers in participating in the arts.
This is your chance to meet Fringes from across the globe and find out how you can take part in their festivals.
Presenting work specifically for early years audiences isn’t that common place in the Fringe.
Led by poet and translator Ian McDonald and director Liz Carruthers, this practical workshop will explore innovative ways of adapting Shakespeare and other works of fiction.
Does the Fringe work for women? What images and messages do we see and hear? Are women fairly represented? Join us for a conversation about where women stand in the world’s large…
Blake Babbitt (383 Productions founder) is a producer and director based out of New York City.
Practical workshop about making experimental multi-artform performance.
Are you ready to take your show to England’s largest arts festival? Do you have a new piece of work to showcase to a fresh audience? If you answered yes to either of these, this …
Performer? Where should you go next? What touring opportunities are out there? A fascinating insight to other Fringe festivals from a performer’s point of view! Hear from and mee…
A once-a-year chance to meet and hear from national and international Fringe Festival Producers.
Roger Del Pozo is the director of Performing Arts enrolment at the New York Film Academy and a casting director in NYC.
What impact has streaming had on the music industry? What are the pros and cons? A panelled discussion focusing on the key details involved in streaming music and the future of mus…
How do you communicate your work to curators? And how do you develop your practice while earning a living? This event will provide useful advice and tips for putting together a por…
If you have ever been interested in touring the United States with your show, either from abroad or from the US, this session will start the discussion about touring resources, dif…
Presented with the British Council, this event is for artists and producers interested in touring their shows at an international level.
Thinking of going into performing arts management? Have you wondered if you should get an arts administration degree? Meet and talk with others who are also asking these questions …
This talk is ideal for theatre-makers of all kinds who create work from scratch and want to find out more about how the National Theatre develops work.
End of Week One: how to capitalise on success, how to heal critical wounds, what to do next if you are a new creative artist/emerging company.
Casting director at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Annelie Powell will be giving practical help and advice for auditioning and working in theatre and TV.
Led by Barrowland Ballet’s Artistic Director Natasha Gilmore and playwright Robert Alan Evans (Pondlife McGurk, Sleeping Beauties), a lively workshop on adapting ideas for differ…
Fringe Central provides a series
of free seminars and workshops for fringe participants looking to learn more
about the industry and further their skills.
Spotlight’s Emma Dyson and casting director Annelie Powell will be giving essential career advice on everything from CV’s, photos and showreels, to how to approach agents and c…
A common objective for artists participating in the fringe is to create touring opportunities for their work.
Need more media coverage? Can’t afford a publicist? (Not happy with the one you have?) Learn to generate positive publicity in print, online - everywhere! - with easy steps from me…
Annelie Powell, casting director at the Royal Shakespeare Company will be discussing how she got started in the industry, the working life of a casting director and the process of …
Join playwright Clare Duffy for a practical workshop about the challenges of combining live interaction and scripted drama.
How often is your creative practice playful? Is fun the thing we’re scared to have? Amid the pressures of the Fringe, Poorboy and The Bell Rock Co.
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