Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Applying to Dublin Fringe But Were Afraid To Ask

Interested in applying for Dublin Fringe? This February, Dublin Fringe is going on the road and hosting applications workshops in Cork, Belfast and Limerick to answer any burning questions you might have about the festival and the application process. The Limerick edition will take place on Saturday February 15th at 1pm in the Belltable Hub – it’s a chance to meet the Artistic team and find out more about how Dublin Fringe Festival works with artists.

This workshop is an opportunity for potential applicants to meet the artistic team, Ruth McGowan, Festival Director, and Bee Sparks, Artistic Projects Manager, as well as Fringe hero and presenting artist, Veronica Dyas, Belltable’s current Artist in Residence. They will walk you through the submission process and talk about the festivals curatorial vision and remit.

12.30pm teas/coffees
1pm Dublin Fringe workshop
2.30pm-5.30pm One on One meetings with the Fringe team

To attend the workshop: please email Marketa Dowling belltable@limetreetheatre.ie to confirm your attendance (to give us an idea of numbers).

One On One Meetings

After the workshop, the Fringe team are available for one-on-one meetings with artists between 2:30 – 5pm at the Belltable Hub. If you are interested in meeting with Veronica Dyas or the Dublin Fringe Festival team to talk in more detail about your idea or ask advice on your application, please email programming@fringefest.com to book your individual meeting slot.

Peer to Peer Follow Up Meetings

Veronica Dyas will run a pop-in peer to peer application aid clinic to advise on your application to Dublin Fringe. These will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, February 19th and 20th, between 6pm and 7pm in Belltable Hub.  To attend the peer to peer aid clinic, please email Marketa Dowling belltable@limetreetheatre.ie to confirm your attendance on which day.