Following the success of the inaugural Liverpool Fringe last summer, the festival is back for 2018 having struck an exciting new partnership with The Guide Liverpool, and is looking for acts to participate in this year’s festival.
The Guide Liverpool Fringe, offers an opportunity for those involved in theatre, comedy, dance, music, circus and other disciplines, to perform, and will take place in a range of venues across the city centre, including Eighty-One Renshaw, the Black-E, Heebie Jeebies and Victoria Gallery & Museum.
Registration for the 2018 Liverpool Fringe Festival is now open, with two deadlines, an early bird deadline on the 13th February and the final deadline on the 20th March. If you get your registration in prior to the early bird deadline on the 13th February, you’ll get a registration discount.
The festival is an open access festival, which means it’s not censored and organisers welcomes all different art forms, from theatre through to circus skills. The festival is holding an open social, for artists and performers to meet the organisers and other fellow artists and performers who are also interested in performing at the festival, on Wednesday 7th March, 6pm at the Caledonia Pub.
More information about how to register for the festival, and the potential venues that are available on the festival’s website, liverpoolfringe.co.uk. The festival can also be contacted at email@example.com.
For further information please contact Sam Buist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07575027821 or 0151 384 5364