Everything Not Saved Malaprop Performance DFF 2017. Image by Kasia Kaminska

Everything Not Saved by Malaprop at Dublin Fringe Festival 2017

Applications Open: Romilly Walton Masters Award for Experimental Performance Award

20 November 2020

Dublin Fringe Festival are proud to partner with Centre Culturel Irlandais for the first time on this exciting residency opportunity for experimental artists to develop new work in Paris.

This award, established in 2016 in memory of the late director, producer, scriptwriter and friend of the CCI, Romilly Walton Masters, supports the making of bold, innovative, experimental performance work in the fields of theatre, music, dance, film or visual art to be experienced by audiences in France and Ireland.

The award enables experimental theatre and performance makers in their early careers to:
- develop an idea for performance during a residency in the CCI in Paris
- show the embryonic performance piece as a work-in-progress
- showcase the final work in Paris
- present the final work in Ireland as part of Dublin Fringe Festival.

Open to applicants who are Irish or resident on the island of Ireland. Read the Guidelines for Applicants (pdf)Deadline for applications: Friday 12 February 2021, 5pm GMT. Applicants will be notified of the outcome at the end of March.

Click here for access to the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM.

Previous Award Recipients: Zoe Ni Ríordáin (Recovery), Malaprop (Everything Not Saved), FemmeBizarre (Kate Finnegan & Jade O’Connor) and HAUS of FASH HUN.