The Eclipse Award 2020
The Eclipse Award aims to help UK Black artists and other artists who are also marginalised for their race, and who make boundary-pushing performance work, to undertake an Edinburgh Fringe run.

This is the second year of The Eclipse Award which is an initiative by Eclipse Theatre and Summerhall to support underrepresented artists presenting work at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The first artist to receive The Eclipse Award was Rachael Young, in 2019.
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Please give a brief description of your previous work (500 words)
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Please give a brief description of the show you are proposing (500 words)
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Supporting Material: Please include or link to any material that will help us to get a sense of your show. If you have video documentation, then please send a streaming link (not a video file). We are looking for video of the show in performance, however simply shot, not a promo trailer.
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Why are you interested in doing a Fringe show? (500 words)
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Why would you like to come to Summerhall? (300 words)
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Why would you like to work with Eclipse? (300 words)
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What do you aim to achieve? (300 words)
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Describe the audience for your show? (300 words)
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How will you reach them? (300 words)
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How do you plan to make your Fringe performances as accessible as possible to different audiences? (300 words)
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Please tell us how you plan to manage and deliver your Fringe run, – including any preparatory work you’ve done, any risks you’ve identified and any previous relevant experience of the Edinburgh Fringe or similar contexts? (500 words)
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Please also attach a budget for your Fringe run, showing how you will spend the £10,000 cash award. (Link to Dropbox/Google Drive or equivalent)
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