Yes, we know this site still says 2010 in (more than) a few places; new site and new artwork very very soon, AND some leaks of what is coming your way in May & June. Keep your eyes peeled!
Pop-Up! Easy self-promotion for musicians
If you're in a band or are a solo performer, there's now a quick and easy way to be in the Fringe this year, on a multi-act bill at the fab Green Park Tavern. Click on 'other information' over there on the left, then 'downloads', download a file called 'Popup', and do what it says there...
But do it NOW! The deadline is MONDAY MARCH 21st! (NB the main Fringe deadline has already gone)
Sponsor Fringe 2011!
Of you've got a company, are a company, or work for one, that you think might benefit from the good karma and other more tangible benefits of Fringe Sponsorship, the information you need is on this website. Click on 'other information' on the menu to the left, then on 'downloads'.
Persuade your CE, MD, Marketing Dept., Social Responsability bods, or even yourself.
Great pictures of Fringe 2010
There are loads of excellent pics of Fringe 2010 on the flickr group: if you don't know what we do, it's not a bad place to start, and if you were there you might see something you remember (or see yourself doing something you don't remember?).
Have a look at www.flickr.com/groups/bathfringe/
If you would like to volunteer, or be be involved in some other capacity, be in touch on email@example.com.
There's always plenty to do: and we particularly need people experienced in stewarding at events, with First Aid qualifications, etc.
Welcome to Bath Fringe Festival 2010
Bath Fringe is a 17-Day festival of all the artforms we can find (and some that don't have names yet) in the Beautiful City of Bath, and with the collaboration of many of its Beautiful & Talented population.
Another vintage year for the Fringe, with some of our oldest favourites coming back, some of our newest regulars doing new shows, and, as every year, a little innovation. This year's festival has one of our best-ever Spiegeltent programmes and some of the strongest-ever contributions from Bath-based venues and artists, and all this despite the doom & gloom general financial situation nationally, in Bath and in B&NES. Or maybe because of it?
Everything on this website is as up-to-date as we can make it. If you want to be alerted when important things change, sign onto our EMailing list (see ‘contact us’, left) or sign up to our pages on Facebook or Myspace.
If you want to know more about the Fringe in general, peruse the menus to the left, or dip around under 'history'. Those years were great but this one's just as good.
Like what you see? Don't like? Like something more?? Want to comment on anything you saw this year? Come talk to us on Facebook or Myspace
If you want to know more about the Fringe's Visual Art programme click through to their site here.