To get your event included in Bath Fringe 2023, start by EMailing firstname.lastname@example.org; she will provide you with a log-in to our submission process – you write your own listing [if necessary we edit for length or to avoid confusion].
The process will be online from
Applications close at midnight on Monday March 6
You can update your event until 6pm on Friday March 17 [or later in ‘emergencies’]
The Fringe runs from Friday May 26 to Sunday June 11, though if you have an event in the week before or after that we are generally glad to include that in our programmes.
There is a charge of £50 per event: this sum has not been increased since 1066, and gets you in both our print and online programmes. There are reductions for repeat performances, series, etc., and you can add display advertising in the programme brochure.
For general information about putting a show into Bath Fringe see our website, this page www.bathfringe.co.uk/about-the-fringe/putting-a-show-into-bath-fringe/
For a more detailed checklist of what you need to do, a more comprehensive guide for artists is here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gsOVFjNf9n7uIK5Hzbw40GKsuI55vW0zphzvdbfHXbU/edit?usp=sharing
If you’re a new Fringe venue, there’s a similar guide for you here:
Both of these will be updated as appropriate.
If your show doesn’t yet have a venue, there are still suitable spaces for hire, although some of the traditionally ‘best’ venues are already booked [in some cases months ago]. See our comprehensive list here www.bathfringe.co.uk/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/BATH-FRINGE-VENUES-LIST-2023-in-progress.pdf
or via the Fringe Website ‘Links & Downloads’ page.
Our 2023 artwork will shortly be announced. It’s great.
If what you do fits better with Visual/Plastic/Conceptual/Live/Digital/Video Arts, you might like to check out the application process to our friends Fringe Arts Bath, whose festival runs concurrently. There is no need to be in both programmes. www.fringeartsbath.co.uk/