Glasgow Creative Clinics

How to produce a show at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Tuesday, 19th March @ 6pm – 7.30pm

Online via Zoom

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the largest and most exciting arts festival in the world. Every actor, comedian, poet, circus performer, and cabaret artiste knows that it’s the place to get your work seen by the biggest names in the business and the Fringe is the best networking opportunity available to artists. But how do you get noticed at a festival that hosts over 3,000 shows in 4 weeks across 300 venues?  How do you even begin to plan the epic undertaking of presenting your work at the Fringe? 

This online workshop will cover everything you need to consider when taking a show to Edinburgh including:

  • Why present at the Fringe?
  • How to budget.
  • Finding a venue.
  • Booking accommodation.
  • Marketing your show
  • Working with Producers and Bookers.
  • Visas and paperwork.
  • Giving your work life beyond the Fringe.

Glasgow Creative Clinics is a project run by The Royal Conservatiore of Scotland in partnership with Creative Entrepreneurs Club. The project provides 1-2-1 mentoring and events for creative students and graduates in Glasgow.

Attending this event

This is an online video session held on Zoom. Simply follow the meeting link you will receive in your registration confirmation email.

Your host

Frodo Allan

Frodo Allan, an award-winning Fringe producer, director and performer with almost 20 years experience of presenting work of all genres at Edinburgh, Adelaide, and Brighton Fringes

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