Pitch Up at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, August 2017

Overview
Pitch Up – our welcoming gathering of theatre makers, producers and venue programmers – will take place at CanadaHub @ King’s Hall (Venue 73) on Tuesday 22 August 2017, 10.00am-12.00pm as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

What is Pitch Up?
Pitch Up is made up of 5minute pitches – and 1minute elevator pitches – aimed at sharing new ideas and encouraging the connections to make them happen. Pitches come from theatre makers, producers and venues in a spirit of openness and collaboration, ensuring Pitch Up is a valuable event whether you’re pitching or not.

So if you’re an artist, producer or venue involved in making theatre, and you’re looking for partners for a new project, Pitch Up is for you.

Book your free place through our event page at summerhall.co.uk.

Who is pitching?
Projects were selected from our open call (now closed; sign up to our mailing list to get details of the next one). Take a look at the booklet for full details or scroll down for a list of pitches and attendees:

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Pitching

This Egg Unconditional
Protein Dance The Little Prince
Gobscure Joey s/he
Lauren Hendy Tetra-Decathlon
Non Zero One Let’s Take a Walk
Jade Lewis 2036
Yolanda Mercy Cooking with Dad
Sleeptalk Epiphany
Two Destination Language From the Other to Another
Willis and Vere A Serious Play About World War II

South Street, Reading
ARC, Stockton-on-Tees/ Venues North
Luton Culture
The Old Market
, Brighton & Hove
New Theatre Royal
, Portsmouth
The Marlowe Studio
, Canterbury
The Lyric Theatre
, Bridport
The Bike Shed Theatre
, Exeter
The Civic
, Barnsley
New Wolsey Theatre
, Ipswich

Attending (does not include those who have booked through Summerhall or edfringe.com)
Katie Williams, house
Steph Richardson, house
Mark Makin, house
Richard Kingdom, house
Gavin Stride, Farnham Maltings
Hannah Slimmon, Farnham Maltings
Fiona Baxter, Farnham Maltings
Rhys Thomas, Hertford Theatre
Helen Cundy, Forest Arts Centre, New Milton
Becca Vallins, Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford
Mark Tattersall, Dorcheser Arts
Ron McAllister, South Hill Park, Bracknell
Karen Reid, The Seagull, Lowestoft
Katie Burse, Folkestone Quarterhouse
Annabel Cook, Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham
Barbara Peirson, Lakeside Theatre, Colchester
Rob Allerston, The Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre, Bordon
Rhys Hopkin, The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury
Pam Hardiman, Theatre Royal Margate
Adam Taylor, The Garage, Norwich
Barney Jeavons, West End Centre, Aldershot
Sophie Fullerlove, The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, Havant
John Terry, The Theatre, Chipping Norton
Jane Corry, Norden Farm Centre For The Arts, Maidenhead
Angela Sykes, The Corn Hall, Diss
Amanda O’Reilly, Worthing Theatres
Annie Smith, Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead
Andrew Ramsbottom, Norwich Playhouse
Wendy Petitdemange, Activate, Dorset
Michael Rubenfeld, Canada Hub@Kings Hall
Debs Butler, Arts Council England
Fahim Qureshi, Luton Culture (Library Theatre, The Hat Factory)
Daniel Mitchelson, ARC, Stockton-On-Tees
Ian Morely, Civic Theatre, Barnsley
Rob Salmon, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
Delphine Jones, Lyric Theatre, Bridport
Scott Ramsay, New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth
John Luther, South Street, Reading
Kimberley Sanders, The Marlowe Studio, Canterbury
Helen Jewell, The Old Market, Hove
Emily Souter Johnson, The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter
Gill Ogden, Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Josie Dale-Jones, This Egg
Stefanie Mueller, This Egg
Franck Bordese, Protein Dance
Selma Dimitrijevic, Greyscale/gobscure
Lauren Hendy, The Production Shed
Aaron Sparks, The Production Shed
Fran Miller, non zero one
Jade Lewis
Yolanda Mercy
Soph Nurse, Sleeptalk
Jemima James, Sleeptalk
Katherina Radeva, Two Destination Language
Alister Lowney, Two Destination Language
Adam Willis, Willis and Vere
George Vere, Willis and Vere

Previous Pitch Up events

Pitch Up OH cover_thumb Ovalhouse, London, 2 March 2017

 Gulbenkian, Canterbury Festival, 3 November 2016

Norwich Pitch Up The Garage, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, 19 May 2016

cover thumbnail Roundabout, Brighton Festival, 8 May 2015

cover thumbnail Shoreditch Town Hall, 20 November 2014