You’ve got your idea, you’ve been to a Registration FAQ and had a chat to the team. Here are some additional resources to help you along your way.
2017 MELBOURNE FRINGE PRODUCERS’ PACK
The Producers’ Pack is the central resource for all Melbourne Fringe artists and producers. It's a comprehensive guide to putting on a show in Melbourne, addressing all aspects of production, venues, risk management, marketing, publicity, accessibility and more. We also provide a separate budget template as another essential planning resource.
Download Producers Pack
Download Budget Template
2017 FRINGE HUB INFO
Melbourne Fringe programs works each year across a number of venues in North Melbourne, collectively these are referred to as the Fringe Hub. If you’re interested in having your show programmed in the Fringe Hub please read more information about submitting an Expression of Interest form. Please download the information pack and review the Tech Specs before completing your Expression of Interest.
Download Fringe Hub Info Pack
Download Fringe Hub Info Pack Plain Text
Download Fringe Hub Tech Specs
Register your Expression of Interest
Check out our massive database full of potential venues for your show, including contact details, capacity figures and other useful information on our registration site. After you have created an account, click the Find a Venue icon.
Download Venue Agreement Template
Please let us know if any part of the registration process is not accessible to you. Don’t hesitate to contact our Independent Program Producer, Xanthe Beesley on 03 9660 9600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact us through the National Relay Service and give the Melbourne Fringe phone number 03 9660 9600.
Download Fringe Hub Info pack (Plain text version)
Melbourne Fringe is committed to being an accessible festival for all artists and audience members.
We passionately encourage Fringe artists to consider ways to make events more accessible for the broader community, including those living with disability or who are Deaf. Whether that’s through organising an Auslan interpreted evening, going all out and making a physical theatre work with a high visual rating or opening up a session as a relaxed performance option, there’s plenty you can do and we’re happy to help you get started.
A great place to begin is our quick guide. If you have any questions or want to chat through your ideas, give the Artists Services team a call on 03 9660 9600.
Download Accessible Event Quick Guide
Our friends at Arts Access Victoria have created this amazing, detailed guide to creating accessible art work and engaging people living with disability Art for Everyone: an inclusive practice guide. The Arts Access Victoria website also contains great resources to assist you further.
Melbourne Fringe acknowledges that it has a positive role to play in addressing the environmental issues that jeopardise the planet’s ecosystems and the future of local communities.
We aim to ensure:
- Our artists have access to information and resources to support sustainable artistic practice and production
- Melbourne Fringe incorporates sustainability into strategic and operational decision making;
- Melbourne Fringe encourages and supports a community dialogue around issues of sustainability and climate change.
Download Sustainability Checklist
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