The Edinburgh Fringe is the largest and most exciting Performing Arts festival in the world. The figures speak for themselves: at the 2017 Fringe, there were over 53,000 performances of 3,399 shows in more than 300 venues. No other festival even comes close.

Being part of the Fringe not only gives artists the chance to test themselves on the biggest stage of all, but with the top industry professionals from around the world looking out for talent, it’s also an incredible platform that can lead to career- (and life-) changing opportunities.
That is why performing at the Fringe is the dream for anyone involved in the Performing Arts. Every artist wants a stint at the fringe in their portfolio and on their CV. But how do you go about getting there?

Ants in Pants, better known for producing the annual adult panto, is organising a seminar with all the practical information you need about the Edinburgh Fringe. What it is, how you (yes, YOU) can perform there, and how to make the most of the most exciting experience of your life.
The performers will offer invaluable tips on how to take your work to Edinburgh, an essential checklist of what needs to be done in order to get there, and tips on getting your show seen by the right people once you are there.

The speakers are Steve Hili and Malcolm Galea, two professional performing arts practitioners who have performed at the Fringe numerous times. If you have ever dreamed of being part of the Edinburgh Fringe, this is your first, essential step.

The seminar will be held at Spazju Kreattiv, Valletta, in collaboration with The Foundation for Creativity, on Saturday, 13th January 2018. It will include a Question & Answer session where they will answer all your Fringe questions. Participation fee is only €40, and space is limited.
More details can be obtained by calling Steve Hili on 99449161 or by writing to Tickets sold at