Could You Perform at the 2003 Edinburgh Fringe???
Date: 27 January 2003
You may have visited the Edinburgh Fringe before, but have you ever considered mounting your own show at the world's largest arts festival? If so, it's worth attending one of the roadshow events that festival organisers are holding around the country over the next month. At these free events, you can learn how to get the most as a participant in the frenetic festival experience and also register your company or production for the 2003 programme. Last year's Fringe was the largest ever, attracting more than 15,000 performers from around the world. Roadshows will be held: 8 February in London (Pleasance Theatre), 15 February in Leicester (Leicester Comedy Festival) and 22 February in Edinburgh (Crowne Plaza Hotel). For those wanting advice on promoting their shows at the event, there will be an additional press and marketing event held in London on 23 March 2003. For further information, call the Fringe Office on 0131 226 0024.
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