29 October 2021

FRINGE LAB is bringing our Resident Artist Sessions to a close for this year with two final sessions. Each year our brilliant Artist’s Office residents come up with an array of opportunities for skill-sharing, inspiration-finding and problem-solving.

Sign up now for in-depth producing advice from creative producer Rachel Bergin, and script-focused creative conversations with writer and director John King. All sessions are one-to-one online and run to around 45 minutes. See more and sign up by 5pm, Monday 8 November below:

Rachel Bergin: Producer Check-ins – Monday, 15 November
Are you a producer interested in pursuing creative producing? Maybe you’re a young theatre company looking to take things to the next level or maybe you have a creative project that could use some advice around residencies, touring or funding streams. Please note, these one-on-ones work best for those with juicy questions you’ve been waiting to ask!

Creative producer Rachel Bergin is offering one-on-ones to talk through your toughest producing questions. Rachel is the company producer for Chaos Factory and the ITTA-winning Brokentalkers and is well versed in solving both the minutiae and the big-picture problems. Rachel also brings her creative eye to the proceedings, with several directing roles under her belt. 

To apply to attend these one on ones please complete this short application form, once confirmed we'll ask you to pass on some basic info about your production - the when, the where’s and the how’s!

John King: Creative Conversations – Thursday, 18 November
Do you have a script or an idea that you're desperate to discuss? Director and playwright John King is offering one-on-ones to talk through your script, project or idea at any stage of development. He's here to ask useful questions, talk through particular concerns or creative struggles, and lend a compassionate outside eye.

John’s recent work includes headphone shows You’re Still Here, Will I See You There and Summertime with Murmuration, sidewalks (Solas Nua) and The Cyclone Kid by Sam Ford (Bewleys). He's particularly interested in interdisciplinary practice, new writing and queer work.

Sign up for a slot and once confirmed we'll ask you to pass on a brief project outline and a script. To book an available session click here.

FRINGE LAB is currently seeking applications for 2022 Resident Artists. If you are interested in joining the FRINGE LAB community and are looking for space to work in the city centre, read more here and apply now.