BRIGHTON FRINGE: HOW TO GET INSURED - FREE WORKSHOP

Join the experts from Brighton Fringe's preferred supplier, encoreinsure.com to find out: Who needs cover? What is adequate cover? What happens if you don't have insurance? And about the special Brighton Fringe offer available to our participants.

About this event

Starts: Tuesday 29 March 2016 6:30 PM

Ends: Tuesday 29 March 2016 8:30 PM

At: Board Room M2, University of Brighton, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY

How to: Get Insured

Tuesday 29th March, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Board Room M2, University of Brighton, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY

Insurance is never the first thing you think about when producing a show - however EVERY SHOW performing at Brighton Fringe needs it, boring as it might be, without it you really do put yourself and others at massive risk the minute you set foot in a venue, or indeed start rehearsing in other spaces or locations.

Join the experts from Brighton Fringe's preferred supplier, encoreinsure.com to find out: Who needs cover? What is adequate cover? What happens if you don't have insurance? And about the special Brighton Fringe offer available to our participants.

VENUE: Board Room M2, University of Brighton, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY

This is a FREE workshop as part of Brighton Fringe's Professional Development Programme, in association with the University of Brighton.

Please RSVP to takepart@brightonfringe.org or 01273 764 907 to book your place.

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Brighton Fringe is England's largest arts festival and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world. We set out to stimulate, educate and entertain a diverse range of people through a diverse range of art forms. And all this in an iconic city with unique cultural heritage.

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