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Dundee Fringe Calls for Second Year Application for Local Arts Festival

Dundee's second fringeFestivalat Dundee'swas accepted after the first year was a huge success.

Held for nine days at Dock Street Studios this September, the festival hopes to build on the success of the first program in 2021.We promise "theater, comedy, music, community events".Located in the city center of Dundee.

This was also the first event on Dock Street, with shows and events such as magicians, plays, rave parties, workshops and discussion panels. Dundee Fringe is the brainchild of JD Henshaw, who interferes with the festival's chops and gives the event a spectacular feel.

JD has been working in theaters for 20 years and has experience performing shows and running venues at established festivals such asEdinburgh Festival Fringeand Brighton Fringe. there is.

He describes the festival as follows: "It's important to me to help create networks and opportunities for local creatives all year round. After experiencing the [Coronavirus Pandemic], it's important to be together and share work with the audience. I feel it is even more important.

"I am excited to work with others in Dundee to create a more sustainable fringe festival experience for everyone involved. City culture and creativity. With our commitment to, I think Dundee is a great place to do this. ”

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A small but perfectly formed art festival was created with up-and-coming, low-profile artists in mind. We do not charge performers a registration fee and operate a £ 5, £ 7, or £ 10 transparent ticket pricing scheme depending on how "developed" the performance is.

The long-term hope is to grow fringes into local art advocates all year round. Performers may apply to perform at Dundee Fringe by visiting thewebsiteby Friday, July 29th.

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