Dublin Fringe Festival is currently inviting applications for its 2014 edition, running 6-21 September at venues across the city.
Unlike many fringes, DFF is a curated festival and this year is particularly interested in radical works that celebrate 'what’s renegade, what breaks taboos, what provokes us to think and reconsider, what moves us, what invites us to empathise'. Applications can come from performing artists or organisations working in any discipline, and the festival can support artists/companies in identifying unusual or non-traditional sites for their work.
The festival doesn't pay a fee for artists/companies presenting work, but can cover venue costs and provide various kinds of production and marketing support. Artists presenting work in a venue provided by DFF receive 75% of box office income; those arranging their own venue receive 90%.
For more information on the festival and how to apply see here. Deadline for applications is 14 March 2014.