Registering with the Fringe Society is what gets a show listed in the printed programme, official website and app. In this episode, Alan and Daniel are joined by Registration Supervisors Meabh and Hal to chat about everything involved in the process, from the information you'll need to provide to the services the Fringe Society can provide once a show has registered.

To find out more about this and other #FringeCast episodes head to edfringe.com/fringecast. Thumbnail image: David Monteith-Hodge

Planning your budget is a key step in the journey of bringing a show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and no two productions costs are the same. In this episode the team explore some of the key things you need to consider when putting together your budget, talk you through the tools the we have to help and some of the ways you could fundraise for your show.

To find out more about this and other #FringeCast episodes head to edfringe.com/fringecast. Thumbnail image: The Desk (2019). Photographer: David Monteith-Hodge.

 

The Fringe welcomes artists from all over the globe with more than 60 countries represented on stage in 2019. In this episode we'll explore of the specific things you need to consider when bringing a show to the Fringe as an international performer. Alan and Daniel are joined by Katie, Amy and Matt from the Fringe Society's Participant Services team.

To find out more about this and other #FringeCast episodes head to edfringe.com/fringecast. Thumbnail image: Sing Sing Bathtub and Fernando The Space Elephant (2016). Photographer: David Monteith-Hodge.

Choosing a venue is one of the most important steps of bringing a show to the Fringe. In this week's episode Alan and Daniel catch up with the Fringe Society's Participant Projects Manager, Kevin Kimber, to discuss how to apply to different venues and the ways we can help support you through the process. To find out more about this and other #FringeCast episodes head to edfringe.com/fringecast. Thumbnail image: Kirsty Law: Young Night Thought (2019). Photographer: David Monteith-Hodge.

November 7, 2019

Ep 2: How to get started

What are the main things you need to consider when bringing a show to the Fringe? In episode two we cover an introduction to some of the basics of bringing a show to the Fringe. In addition to the live discussion between Alan, Katie and Daniel we also hear from comedian Rob Kemp (@RobotKemp) plus actor and writer Eleanor Higgins (@EleanorMHiggins). To find out more about this and other #FringeCast episodes head to edfringe.com/fringecast.


Thumbnail image: La Galerie (2019). Photographer: David Monteith-Hodge.

Is 2020 the right year for you? In the first FringeCast of the series we explore some of the questions you should ask before committing to bring a show to Edinburgh next summer. In addition to the live discussion between Alan, Katie and Daniel we hear from theatremaker and actor James Rowland who shares his experiences of performing at the Fringe.

Thumbnail image: David Monteith-Hodge.

September 24, 2019

#FringeCast 2020 - Trailer

Want to bring a show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe? Well you're in the right place! Join Alan, Katie and Daniel from the Fringe Society as they give a taste of what's in store for our 2020 FringeCasts, covering all you need to know about bringing a show to Edinburgh. Visit edfringe.com/fringecast or email us at fringecast@edfringe.com.