How to sell your Brighton showBy Liz | 18 March 2012 01:20pm | 0 comments
As Brighton Fringe fast approaches, it’s time to start thinking about how to ensure your show gets the audiences it deserves. For most Fringe shows, this means being creative with a small or non-existent marketing budget. Luckily, all Brighton Fringe participants can take advantage of free workshops offered by the Brighton Fringe team. Liz Bell from LoveFringe will be part of the panel at the next workshop, the second on the topic of ‘How to sell your show’. Come along to hear how to market your show online and make the most of a wide variety of free tools, including what you should and shouldn’t do with social media. Melita Dennett from BBC Radio Sussex will also be speaking about how to promote your show on the radio.
The workshop will be held on Monday 2 April, at 5pm at the Komedia, Brighton.
You can find more details and RSVP on the Brighton Fringe Participant page here.
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