This year we are not only offering promoters the opportunity to attend the Fringe through Go See, but we are opening it out to include some of the other exciting Festival’s that take place in Edinburgh throughout the summer months.

The events on offer are:

Edinburgh International Film Festival / 17 – 28 Jun 2015  Too late!

The EIFF explores new ideas in cinema, inviting local and international audiences to engage with a dynamic programme of features, documentaries, shorts and experimental cinema.

Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival / 17 – 26 Jul 2015 Too Late!

The Festival produces unique creative programmes and projects which can only ever be heard in Edinburgh – including the Edinburgh Jazz Festival Orchestra and Scottish/International projects.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe / 7 – 31 Aug 2015 Too Late!

The world’s largest arts festival transforms Scotland’s capital every August. When thousands of performers take to hundreds of stages all over the city to present shows for every taste.

Arts Accreditation for the Fringe is now open – apply before 20 July.

Edinburgh International Festival / 7 – 31 Aug 2015

EIF presents arts of the highest possible international standard to the widest possible audience, reflecting international culture to audiences from Scotland, the rest of the UK and the world, and offering an international showcase for Scottish culture.

Edinburgh Mela / 29 – 30 Aug 2015

The Mela seeks to embrace all its diverse communities and cultures, providing a showcase and development opportunities for artists from within those groups, working alongside artists of national and international stature.

What is Go See?

Go See provides promoters with financial support so that they can attend a range of performances and events, including festivals, industry showcases or events at other Touring Network venues.

The scheme provides an invaluable opportunity for promoters to widen and develop their professional knowledge, creative appreciation and to better understand and engage with the work of their peers. 

How much support is available?

Bursaries of up to £150 per promoter group are available. 

The bursary can be used towards any travel, accommodation, ticket and subsistence costs related to the event. 

Are you eligible?

If you are a promoter from within The Touring Network you are eligible to apply to Go See.

Due to the limited number of bursaries available, priority will be given to those promoters who are new or have not previously engaged with Go See.

How to apply

To apply, please complete our online application form. In order to allow sufficient time for your application to be processed and approved, please apply at least 21 days before the start of the event.

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