27th August 2019
20th August 2019
Our Short Cuts submission window has now closed. Thank you to everyone who has submitted scripts for it. We are looking forward to reading them all. We will announce those that have been selected in a few weeks time.
Meanwhile, there is still plenty of time to submit your work for our other events: the Monologue Mash and the Salisbury Museum event. Please see our Submissions page for details.
In addition, we are still holding our monthly Scratch Night in October. Although instead of holding it on Friday 4th October 2019, we will be holding it on Sunday 6th October 2019 at 3pm in The Pheasant Pub, as part of our Fringe weekend. So if you have short plays or scenes from longer plays, that you wish to see ‘on their feet’, please feel free to submit them in the usual way. Again, details of our Scratch Night submissions are on the Submissions page.
18th July 2019
Salisbury Fringe is gearing up for its 7th weekend festival of new writing, to be held during the weekend of Friday 4th – Sunday 6th October. We have lots of events planned throughout that weekend, so please watch out for our flyers around Salisbury and its environs, or check back here for details.
As always, all our events are free!
If you’re a writer and want to submit work to us, please check out our Submissions page, where you will find details of all our submissions’ windows. There are loads of ways to get involved, so please feel free to send your work to us!
Actors, if you want to get involved with the fringe please contact us. There are a number of events during the fringe weekend that require actors, and we welcome all enquiries. Moreover, throughout the year, we hold monthly Scratch Nights, and we always need actors for those. These are relaxed, pressure-free evenings, which are good fun, and again, if you’d like to express an interest in getting involved, please contact us for details.