At Wilton's we are proud to share our stage with a diverse group of talented artists of all ages and stages. Our Artistic Engagement programmes give the next generation of artists – both on-stage and off-stage – the opportunity to develop their creative practice.
Find out how you can get involved.
Edinburgh Festival Award 2020 – FRINGE
At Wilton’s we seek to develop partnerships
with exciting new artists, both on stage and off, who are developing new and
exhilarating work that pushes forward our mission to produce world-class
original theatre. Now in its third year, Fringe Foundations sets out to
support a fresh new company to develop a production that is going to the 2020
- Two weeks of free rehearsal time in Wilton’s
AALP Studio: Mon 20th – Thurs 23rd July and Mon 27th
– Thurs 30th July 10.00 – 21.30.
- Mentoring support from Wilton’s team, including
producing, marketing and PR.
- Opportunity to potentially produce the work in
one of our spaces to an invited audience.
To enter please fill in this application form and send it to: email@example.com by
Friday 1st May 2020.
Entrants will be judged by our Executive
Director and a team of our Artistic Associates.
To be eligible for this opportunity you must
- A small-medium company (graduate companies are
welcome to apply but current student companies are not eligible).
- Developing a piece of new work that has not
previously been produced which will be presented at the Edinburgh Festival
- Have already booked a slot for the Edinburgh
Festival Fringe 2020.
'It was great to have the time and space to really form the
show, and really helped us hit the ground running in Edinburgh'
(Laurence Owen & Lindsay Sharman, Company of Jekyll Vs Hyde, winner of Fringe
Plays Without Décor
We are always on the look out for exciting new ways to support artists both on our stage and off. Our Plays without Décor programme is generously supported by the Noël Coward Foundation (www.noelcoward.org).
Are you a young or emerging director with an exciting idea you’ve been wanting to develop? We understand how difficult and expensive it can be to get a new project past the planning stages so, as part of our Heritage and Artistic Engagement programme, we’re offering four emerging directors the chance to use our studio free of charge for a week in order to workshop or develop a new idea. You might decide to use your time to produce a reading, workshop or semi-staged performance and invite industry professionals or sell tickets to the public.
Find out more here.
To apply please fill in this application form and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 3rd April 2020.