Archive for November 12th, 2010

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Make the Fringe Report Awards even more special. Do you know someone who can help?

Friday, 12 November, 2010

The Fringe Report Awards Need Supporters

The ever-amazing Fringe Report Awards, one of the few pieces of recognition that Fringe performers are ever likely to receive, are an established part of the Fringe calendar – as well as being the occasion for a great party!

'Yeah! We got one!' Another winner of a Fringe Report Award. (c) Stefan Lubomirski de Vaux

Over the years, they’ve run with the support of a number of individuals, charitable organisations and commercial companies who have made the occasion possible.

We know that the Fringe Report Awards help to put the spotlight on deserving venues, performers, production teams and everyone working in the Fringe throughout Britain and around the world.

Now, the Fringe Report Awards needs a new set of supporters and donors, people or companies or organisations who can give as little – as £100 – or as

At the Fringe Report Awards, the Fringe's big party! (c) Bo Wilson

much as they want – to help the Fringe Report Awards survive and grow. In return, we’ll try to give everyone who helps as much recognition as possible, as well as our profuse thanks.

If you know someone who might help, if you are a PR with a client who could benefit from some exposure or if you can help yourself, email john@fringereport.com.
Supporting the Fringe Report Awards may not get you in the Honours List, but you’ll be sure of a place at the heart of fringe performance.

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Brighton Fringe 2011 Launched!

Friday, 12 November, 2010

90 Guests Gather to Launch Brighton Fringe 2011

Guests at the Launch of Brighton Fringe 2011. (c) Paul Kondritz

Brighton Fringe 2011 was launched at the Nightingale Theatre on November 3 with an event that marked the launch of registration for Fringe 2011 as well as celebrating the Fringe’s fifth birthday as an independent company.

More than 90 guests attended the event, including 32 representatives from the British Arts Festivals Association conference, which was held in Brighton this year.

Wendy Houston performs at the Launch Party. (c) Paul Kondritz

Wendy Houston, who has been resident artist at The Nightingale for a month, performed her piece ‘Starbucked’ (pictured) for the guests.

Brighton Fringe continues to gather support from fringe performers from the UK and Europe, and to successfully attract audiences over its three week run in May.

The registration deadline for Fringe 2011 is February 7, with an early bird discount for those who sign up before December 31. Fringe 2011 will run from May 7 – 30.

For more information on 2011 registration, including rates and bursaries, go to http://www.brightonfestivalfringe.org.uk