Free events with the National Theatre of Scotland for Fringe Participants

Logo for Fringe CentralSpend the day with us on Tuesday 21st August.

Over three themed Theatre without Walls sessions at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, join us to gain insight on how we work and get practical advice for your own projects.

You can programme your very own national theatre, uncover the inner workings of our literary department and explore the relationship between theatre, new technology and social media.

Theatre without Walls: Programming the National Theatre of Scotland – 10.00am (1hr30m)

Artistic Development Producer, Caroline Newall explores the questions we ask when commissioning and programming a new season of work in a hands-on workshop.

Theatre without Walls: National Theatre of Scotland and New Plays – 1.30am (1hr30m)

George Aza-Selinger, Literary Manager, hosts a Q&A and discusses what he looks for in an unsolicited script.

Theatre without Walls: National Theatre of Scotland and Digital Technology – 3.30pm (1hr30m)

Gain practical advice about the rewards and risks of going digital, how to create a social media strategy and defining and building online audiences. Using Staging the Nation and Five Minute Theatre as case studies, a team from the National Theatre of Scotland will be look at the relationship between theatre and new technology.

Join us in person at Fringe Central or keep up with the day’s events on Twitter, @NTSonline.

Theatre without Walls events on Tues 21st Aug are free to Fringe participants but ticketed. Tickets for each event can be obtained in person at the Fringe Central reception either before the event or on the door. Find out more in the Fringe Participants Programme.

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