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Events

** World Fringe Congress - 16-17 August 2014 -  Edinburgh **

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What Fringe Next?

Friday, 15 August 2014 at 11:00
Fringe Central, Edinburgh

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 meet, performing companies and venues who have recently experienced other Fringes. The ups and downs, challenges and triumphs. What's it all about?  What do they offer? How was it for them? And should you go too? 

  

Fringe Festivals Around the World
Friday, 15 August 2014 at 1.30pm
Fringe Central, Edinburgh

A once-a-year chance to meet and hear from Fringe Festival directors around the world. Join the discussion and get the insights, hear why they're important and how they differ. Ask a question on how you could take part and tour to more destinations.

Past Fringes include San Diego, Brighton, Hollywood, Grahamstown, Adelaide, Amsterdam, Montreal and more! Come meet the Fringe producers - A great networking opportunity.

 

2013 Events

Street Arts - Where To Go Next?
Friday, 16 August 2013 at 11:00
Fringe Central, Edinburgh

A useful initiative set up specifically to enable Street Artists to hear from a panel of programmers and festivals who book and tour Street Artists.

Come and hear about career development opportunities,
touring destinations and how to progress and reach new audiences.

Format: Panel discussion followed by Q&A. A great networking opportunity with like minded people - Street Artists and programmers welcome!

Join the Facebook event
Book your free ticket

Fringe Festivals Around the World
Saturday, 17 August 2013 at 12:00
Fringe Central, Edinburgh

 

A once-a-year chance to meet and hear from fringe festival directors around the world. Join the discussion and get the global insights, hear why they're important and how they differ. A great networking opportunity.

Join the Facebook event
Book your free ticket

What Fringe Next?
Sunday, 18 August 2013 at 12:00
Fringe Central, Edinburgh

Performer? Where should you go next?

Fascinating insight to a Fringe festival from a performers point of view!

Hear from, and meet, performing companies and venues who have recently experienced other Fringe festivals. The ups and downs, challenges and triumphs. What's it all about? How was it for them?

Join the Facebook event
Book your free ticket

 Past Events

 What Fringe Next?

Monday, 20 August 2012 at 16:00
Fringe Central, Edinburgh

Where should you go next? A fascinating insight to a Fringe festival from a performers point of view!

Hear from, and meet, performing companies and venues who have recently experienced other Fringe festivals. The ups and downs, challenges and triumphs. What's it all about? How was it for them?

 Fringe Festivals Around the World

Monday, 20 August 2012 at 12:00
Fringe Central, Edinburgh

Starting in 2006 this is a once-a-year chance to meet and hear from fringe festival directors around the world. Join the discussion and get the global insights, hear why they're important and how they differ. A great networking opportunity.

This panel discussion is now going into its 4th year. It’s hosted by the World Festival Network, who invites a panel of Fringe managers from around the world to discuss their festival. Though out the talk we discover the differences between the Fringes, what the trends are, what works and what doesn’t.

In 2010 nearly 200 people attended the event from performers to producers and agents. The festivals on the panel have created a network between them and synergies have begun. A lot of positive feedback was given by the festival staff, performers, agents and media who attended.

Past panel members: Ben Hill – Hollywood Fringe, Steve Gove – Prague Fringe, Barry Church Woods – Edinburgh Fringe, Anneke Jansen– Amsterdam Fringe, Tony Lankaster & Ismail Mahomed – Grahamstown Fringe, Greg Clarke and Christy Anthony – Adelaide Fringe, Stuart Every – Dubai Fringe, Patrick Goddard – Montreal Fringe, Wolfgang Hoffman – Dublin Fringe.

World Fringe Congress
Thursday, 16 August 2012 at 09:30
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

ALL FRINGE STAFF FROM AROUND THE WORLD YOU ARE INVITED TO... WORLD FRINGE CONGRESS

The inaugural World Fringe Congress will bring together Fringe directors and organisers from around the globe, during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. With generous support from the City of Edinburgh Council and Creative Scotland, the World Fringe Congress is an important part of the cultural and sporting celebrations taking place in the UK in 2012 [and is an official event of the Cultural Olympiad].

The Congress aims to inspire the Fringe community and foster international collaboration through a mix of discussion and networking events. There will be a chance for Fringes to meet Edinburgh participants and wider cultural leaders to raise awareness of the scale and importance of Fringe activity on the world stage.

The mission of the Congress is to create a lasting network and a real sense of how Fringes can work together to achieve all our aims. We welcome delegates from across the globe to join us on this exciting new journey.
The Congress takes will be free for Fringe staff and representatives to attend and some bursaries will be available to support delegates travelling to the event.


BAFA Festival Forum: FRINGE FESTIVALS
Thursday, 3 May 2012 at 13:00
Theatres Trust 22 London

Continuing BAFA's successful single interest series of seminars, Holly Payton and Cath Mattos from World Festival Network will lead an afternoon forum designed especially for Fringe Festivals.

Whether you already are involved with a Fringe, are just in the planning stages 
- or anywhere in between - then join us for a lively afternoon with colleagues
who face the same challenges as you do - every day.

Email BAFA to register your interest - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The programme will be adapted to focus on the key issues the delegates want to discuss, but will include the following:

*Overview about 'World Fringe'

*The numbers, the different structures, the trends and the networks that exist already.
*Financial structures, difference between a programmed and Fringe Festival

Breakout A: I’m new to Fringe

*Analysis of what the main points are of running a Fringe
*The Fringe year and time tabling
*Staffing
*Budgets
*Sustainable finance: funding and sponsorship
*How to involve your local community including businesses, venues and local authorities

Breakout B: Expanding your Fringe

*International collaboration
*Attracting international and touring companies
*Attracting a better quality/calibre of registering companies
*Legal issues – Risk assessments, Insurance
*Marketing and ticketing systems

Open Forum

*Questions from previous topics
*Lessons learned - problems and obstacles

Round up and discuss ‘what's next?’

 
 
 
 
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