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Industry Listing, Submission.

Deadline: January 30, 2020

If you have a contemporary performance- or installation-based show you’d like to tour on a major international platform, this is the opportunity for you! A peer committee will select five to six performances to represent Canada at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a venue-specific platform, CanadaHub. CanadaHub will be taking over the King’s Hall venue in Edinburgh, presenting performances from August 7 to 31, 2020.

What we’re looking for?

  • High-quality and ready-to-tour contemporary performance or installation-based shows.
  • Artists or companies with touring experience who are ready to seek international touring opportunities while in Edinburgh.
  • Works in English, or with English subtitles, or without words.
  • Diversity, including Indigenous artists, Deaf artists, artists with disabilities and culturally diverse artists.
  • Thought-provoking works that are pushing forms forward, and/or addressing contemporary social or global issues.

The nitty-gritty:

  • The application deadline is January 30, 2020.
  • Your work must comply with the technical requirements of the venue (see technical rider).
  • You must be able to attend technical rehearsals in Edinburgh as early as July 29, 2020.
  • You will receive financial support and logistical assistance during your stay in Edinburgh. The Canada Council will assist with costs related to travel, transportation, accommodation and subsistence, up to $30,000 per project, depending on the size of the company.
  • An agreement with the producer will state your share of box office revenues (50% of revenues after box office fees and commissions).

How to apply:
Find all the application details here.

Please email any questions you may have to canadahub@canadacouncil.ca and contact us if you require any application assistance.

Please share this opportunity with your networks!

The Canada Council for the Arts and the High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom contribute to Canada’s presence in Edinburgh, in collaboration with Global Affairs Canada (GAC) and the British Council Canada.

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