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Dep Arts do the Edinburgh Fringe

31 July , 2013


The price of a train has soared, the pubs are overcrowded with teckies, its now impossible to find somewhere to rest your head for less than £80 and your back pockets are filled with flyers, badges, business cards and freebies.

There’s a distinct smell of ‘newbie’ in the air and, for the capital of Scotland, it’s a novelty to hear the accent.

This all can only mean one thing. The Fringe is here.

Who would we be not to jump on the Royal Mile mania? This year we have an almighty SEVEN shows at the world’s largest performing arts festival – and the bags under our eyes to prove it.

 

Fringe First Winners: Rashdash

19 August , 2011


Dep Arts are thrilled to announce RashDash Theatre as Fringe First winners for the Second year running with their new piece Scary Gorgeous. The Scotsman Fringe First award recognizes new and innovative writing, which strives to push boundaries and challenge audiences.

RashDash began working with Dep Arts last year as one of the first companies on the Incubate Programme, designed to help develop emerging artists and tour their work further.

 

Introducing…

20 June , 2011


Hi all! My name is Fiona and so ends my second week as the new (and first) Arts and Events Marketing Intern and it seems I have come in at quite an exciting time. Dep Arts Ltd is currently gearing up for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as well as moving into new offices, launching a new website and signing up to work with some exciting new companies (see earlier Ponydance blog.)