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Replying to @FringeCentral
Whether you can make it to meet us in person or not make sure to check out our podcast where we walk through the steps of bringing a show to the Fringe...
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe - 07–31 August 2020 Oct 22
Thinking about bringing a show to the Fringe in 2020? Tune in to our series where we'll help walk you through the steps of bringing a show to Edinburgh. We'll be broadcasting the first episode of the season LIVE at 17:00 UK time today πŸ“‘πŸ“Ί πŸ‘‡
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Spotlight Oct 16
Thinking of taking a show to in 2020? Make sure to tune in to the session explaining how you can get started πŸŽ‰
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Order From Chaos @ Infirmary Street, Greenside May 17
Edinburgh friends, make sure to sign up and tune into these helpfully FREE videos! πŸ’š
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Nelly Power Dec 14
Nelly is doing modern stuff pre
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Virgin Money Jul 26
It's one week to go until the and it's always fun to peek behind the curtain so why not check out this with a last minute checklist for performers?
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Daniel Saunders May 13
I wouldn't spend a Monday evening anywhere else.
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Some Kind of Theatre Mar 26
We adored the reference to "audio descriptions" in Shakespeare's work during 's today on accessibility. 🎭
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gaby jerrard Oct 22
Time to start thinking about benefits ... ok, sorry. Going now. Get on the series if you’re planning a show in 2020...
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Samantha Hannah May 31
They say your social media content should be a 80/20 chat to self promo ratio. To get my chat % up I might just post pics of various animals. Everyone fine with that?
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Twanna A. Hines Nov 7
Replying to @funkybrownchick
I mean, I'd be speaking (American) English & the (hearing) Brits would notice the difference. Likewise, would it make sense to have an , rather than a , interpreter?
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Ms. Golden Delicious May 29
Tuning into my first , so excited to get the word out about my show GOOD JOB! πŸ’–πŸ’–
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NSTheatres Jan 10
Replying to @edfringe
THEATRE MAKERS: Thinking about taking a show to ? Make sure to sign up for one of their upcoming online sessions where they can help get you started on your Fringe journey
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Startled Cat Theatre Jun 27
Watching 10- So useful, better late than never!
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Actors Children May 23
Take a listen 2 this fab ep as they discuss being a parent in t/performing arts & how to survive the if you're taking your kids with you. This year will be offering a free creche (on certain days) & networking for participating parents. πŸŽ­πŸΌπŸŽ‰
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Eric M. Casalini May 13
Replying to @FringeCentral
Thank you for such a great series of s - SUPER useful info! We'll be announcing our production company's new twitter acct later this week as a result of today's Cast! You three are great! Thanks Alan, Amy, and Daniel!!
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Twanna A. Hines Nov 6
Replying to @funkybrownchick
... and, if you subscribe to my newsletter β€” the Tiny, Private Love Letter πŸ’• β€” you already know there's a 2020 Tour ahead. (Pssst! Subscribe right now if you haven't already.)
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Louise Oliver Mar 28
My fam remain under the impression that I know what I’m talking about. I do a bit. Tune in at 6pm UK time to hear me and some infinitely cooler folk talk about all things about for πŸ‘‡πŸ»
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Marie Forrest Aug 23
Replying to @SilverDraws
I also found the Fringecasts really useful. Lots of these on YouTube: episode 1 -Introduction to performing at the Fringe - 21 Nov 2018 - YouTube
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Imagination Workshop Oct 23
Should you do a show at ? Ahead of our applications opening for 2020, have had a chat about what it's like bringing a show to the world's largest annual arts festival - you can catch up here: at
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