We are now accepting proposals for events to be held as part of TradFest Edinburgh · Dùn Èideann 2015, which will take place throughout Edinburgh between Wednesday 29th April and Sunday 10th May 2015. We are contacting you because you have been involved in TradFest Edinburgh in the past, or have expressed an interest in taking part in the 2015 festival.
TradFest Edinburgh · Dùn Èideann is a vibrant celebration of folk arts in Edinburgh, celebrating music, song, storytelling, dance, folk drama, arts and crafts, literature, architecture, film and multi-media in Scotland’s capital city.
Please complete the attached form with as much information as possible to submit your proposal and return to:
Daniel Abercrombie | Programme & Events Manager | Scottish Storytelling Centre |
43-45 High St, Edinburgh, EH1 1SR
email@example.com | 0131 556 9579
The strict deadline for returning this form is Friday 16th January 2015.
Once all proposals have been received, the programming team will collate them and contact you for further information. Completing this form does not guarantee your event will be included in the final TradFest Edinburgh · Dùn Èideann programme.
If there are any organisations or performers you feel may be interested please share this information.
In its second edition after a triumphant debut in 2013, TradFest returned between 29 Apr - 11 May 2014 as Edinburgh’s only multi-arts festival dedicated to traditional culture and folk arts.
Rooted in the past yet intrinsically connected to the present, Scottish and international artists combined with local performers for an exciting fortnight of performance, boasting over eighty events and shows, spread across twenty six venues in Edinburgh.
'a finger on the national pulse.' (fRoots) Read More
'an extraordinarily full and varied 12 days and nights.' (Living Tradition). Read More
‘Their weaving together of Scots and Gaelic on their Miller To My Trade medley gained fabulous momentum and a quality of vocal sound that made it exciting just to be in the same room.’ (Rob Adams on Crossing Points)
‘this inspired collaboration was a succession of work songs which slipped seamlessly between bawdy Lowland tales of randy millers and gossipy Gaelic waulking songs.’ (Jim Gilchrist, the Scotsman on Crossing Points)
Dates for your diary:
Wed 29 Apr – Sun 10 May