BIRMINGHAM’S ANNUAL THEATRE FESTIVAL!

 

Performing arts from all over the UK – here in Birmingham – fringe & more.

More details in ‘about’.

 

 

Birmingham Fest 2016 dates: July 15-31 (inclusive).

 

 

BIRMINGHAM FEST – The Second City’s Stage!

 

10 Responses to “BIRMINGHAM’S ANNUAL THEATRE FESTIVAL!”

  1. Sandy Pooni says:

    I would like to submit a short physical theatre piece at one of the venues in conjunction with the festival.

  2. Rakhshan says:

    Hi, will there be a need for any ‘helping-hands’/volunteers?

  3. Dan says:

    Hi, just wanted to check if the script reading service is available, and what the rough turnaround time was?

    Many thanks
    Dan

    • admin says:

      Hi there.
      The script reading service is available all year round. The turnaround time is usually 2 weeks. If there is a urgency this can be accommodated.
      Best wishes.

  4. Gus Watcham says:

    Hello, on your application form you ask for ‘images and/or supporting material’, which are compulsory. Could you clarify what you mean by supporting material, and do you mean images that might appear on publicity material, or just any images of the event. And will a link suffice for these or would you like attachments? Thanks for your help.

    • admin says:

      Hi there. Supporting material as in images/flyers of your show and/or company. These don’t have to be finalised as obviously applicants aren’t in the festival yet but we must have something rather than written text. If you have a link to any supporting material that’s fine. Just include as much as possible to help your application. Hope that helps.

  5. Tom Jones says:

    How about extending the art forms ? I would be interested in doing drawings of performances (on-the-spot and instantaneous in concertina sketch books, so they open out into a long continuous narrative – a bit like a bayeux tapestry).
    Have done those in performances before (e.g. Graii production of The Threepenny opera at Birmingham Rep) and also for Walsall Museum recording workers in the leather industry)…it’s a sort of drawing performance and people can see the resulting narratives as I draw…or afterwards. Can, of course, send samples of previous stuff I have done

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