Call Out For Performers/Shows – Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018 – Call Out For Performers/Shows

Are you interested in taking a show to Edinburgh Fringe 2018?

Have you always wanted to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival but were worried about the cost or logistics?

Then the Theatre Bath Bus may be able to help you!


The Theatre Bath Bus will be attending the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018 and we are looking for theatre, music and comedy shows to join us.

We are particularly keen to support companies who have a connection with the Bath or Bristol area and we will look to offer deals for those companies.


The Theatre Bath Bus is a unique, mobile, creative venue built in a converted single-decker bus. We have a small stage (2.3m wide by 1.9m deep) with comfortable bench seating for 24 people. An LED lighting rig and full sound system are in place as well. And there is also a projector and screen should you wish to use it.

We plan to be in Edinburgh for the entire 24 days of the festival and we would love for you to be involved with us.

The Theatre Bath Bus will be officially uploaded as a venue in November when artists and companies can request to book slots, but we are interested in hearing now from anyone who may wish to perform with us at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Please email us: with ‘(Your Name/Organisation) Edinburgh Fringe 2018’ in the subject box. Tell us a bit about you, your company and what it is you wish to perform on the Theatre Bath Bus.

The bus will also play an exciting role in the Bath Fringe Festival 2018, and we will also be looking for performances for that too– it would be a great opportunity for you to try out any shows before taking them up to Edinburgh with us.

At this point we just want to hear from you and your ideas, and then we can go from there. So if you’re interested please do get in touch.

The Theatre Bath Bus will also be supporting Zenith Youth Theatre Company and enabling them to take forty local young people up to perform in four productions as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. To find out more about that visit our page: Why The Edinburgh Fringe Festival?