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Registrations open for Adelaide Fringe 2012
Monday, 22 August 2011 16:29

Registrations are now open to artists, designers, presenters, film makers, puppeteers, performers of circus and physical theatre, musicians, comedians; in fact anyone who has an act, vision or idea to participate in the largest arts event in the Southern Hemisphere - Adelaide Fringe 2012

Artists can register their events online from 3 August to 12 October at www.adelaidefringe.com.au
The Adelaide Fringe theme for 2012 is “Tour of the Unexpected”. We invite artists to be surrounded by audiences of over 1.4 million and be amongst a wealth of artists, presenters, producers and industry folk from across the globe.

“Artists from all over the world are invited to pack their smalls, book those tickets and journey to Adelaide Fringe 2012 for the adventure of their life. The Artist Services team - Michelle, Andrew and Eugene - are ready to answer all questions about how to register a show and find a venue,” says Adelaide Fringe Director, Greg Clarke.

Over 24 hot summer days and nights, artists will not only run their own shows, exhibitions and events, but also have opportunities to join the masses in the Opening Night Parade and to strut their stuff on the Adelaide Fringe Caravan Showcase Stage in the centre of the city in Rundle Mall.

To register an event, artists can head to the Adelaide Fringe website www.adelaidefringe.com.au
or contact the Artist Services team for more information: 088100 2022, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Artist registrations are open from Wednesday 3 August and close on Friday 12 October 2011.

Adelaide Fringe 2012 will be held from 24 February to 18 March.




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