Auckland Fringe will hit the city again in 2013 and Q is bringing two new spaces to the Fringe programme. We will be running a curated programme of Fringe works in our Loft and Vault spaces.
What We’re Looking For
Theatre, dance, music, comedy, multimedia, event or any combination of these. A diverse range of companies and artists who offer a transformative experience for audiences. We want you to jumpstart our imagination, to celebrate the extraordinary and experiment with innovative concepts and execution.
Things To Consider
As you are sharing the space with another show, the timetable has been worked out in advance by Q. It’s fast, and furious! We recommend that all those interested in hiring Q make a time to view our spaces before proceeding with your submission.
Loft is Q's upstairs theatre. It has a raked seating block with a capacity of 110 in an end on configuration. The stage space is 12m x 7m. We are programming 2 shows per night during Fringe.
Vault is Q’s rehearsal studio and development space. It seats 60 in a flat floor end on configuration. This raised stage is 8 x 2m x 200mm and is best suited to readings, showings or productions with small casts and very minimal technical and staging requirements. We are programming up to 3 shows per night during Fringe.
Weds 5 Sept: Submissions close at 5.00pm sharp.
Fri 14 Sept: Programme confirmed
Before applying for a Fringe season, we strongly suggest you make a time to chat with us to discuss your particular show requirements. Contact Q Producer, Angela Green.
Download the full details and application guidelines here:
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