We are delighted to announce our inaugural POPbase scheme for artists and makers presenting in Dublin Fringe Festival.
We are offering four dedicated workspaces in our office in Dublin 1, including full office facilities and meeting space, along with a series of expert sessions on making and presenting a show in the Fringe from our senior team members, in addition to ongoing support and mentorship. POPbase will run from 24 July until 25 September.
The inaugural POPbasers are Alma Kelliher (Lux Alma), Sean Kennedy (Nine Weeks), Deirdre Griffin (Soup) and Liza Cox (producing Champions of Dance and Moop). Support is also offered via our in-house associate producers Deirdre Molloy (producing How to Square a Circle) and Carla Rogers (producing It’s Not About Love).
If successful we hope to repeat and grow the scheme for 2020.
Bring the Fringe on! #POPbase #DublinFringe