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Thursday, December 4, 2014

So you want to join the Edinburgh Fringe?

From Carolyn Yates

Starting at 19:00 GMT, 4th December you can join The Edinburgh Fringe and a selection of industry guests online as they chat about how to do a show at the Fringe, and the various motivations for taking part. They’ll also chat about the services the Fringe Society provides. This discussion will be BSL interpreted by Clare Canton. If you would like to submit questions to be answered during this discussion via social media, please use #askedfringe

To watch the discussion, simply go to Full details of all other roadshows can also be found here.

Sell out fringe show 'The Ginge, The Geordie and The Geek'
Wherever you are in the world, you can come to a Fringe Roadshow as we live stream the event from Edinburgh. The Roadshow is a chance to find out how you can be a part of the largest arts festival on the planet. There will be information on how the festival works from an expert panel, tips on making the most of your experience and a chance to ask your questions in real time. This event will also be broadcast with British Sign Language interpretation. Take part on Twitter using #askedfringe, on our Facebook page, on Google+, or in the livestream chat window. Our panel will answer as many questions as possible during the event.

About Clare Canton 
Clare is currently studying for a PhD in interpreting at Heriot-Watt university in Edinburgh. She is a Deaf interpreter, holds a Masters in sign language interpreting from the University of Leeds, and is fully registered with SASLI (the Scottish Association of Sign language Interpreters).Clare was the first Deaf person to be registered as a qualified BSL/English interpreter in Scotland, and interprets in a range of settings. For further information, please contact or visit the Edinburgh Fringe website

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