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Live Art Development Agency Sound and MusicKatie Etheridge & Simon Persighetti's DIY Atmospheric pressure: Performance vs WeatherFolkestone Fringe DIY 11 commission for 2014 - Katie Etheridge & Simon Persighetti's Atmospheric pressure: Performance vs Weather on Folkestone Harbour

Apply for DIY12 - Marcia Farquhar 'Jukeboxing'
Application Deadline: Monday 22 June 2015

Folkestone Fringe are delighted to be working with Marcia Farquhar
and Sound and Music in this year's DIY12. Applications are now open
for artists wishing to collectively investigate the sonic potential of spoken word, and embark on the co-operative reconfiguration of questionable gossip, misheard hearsay, fakeloric legend, and minor myth.

How to apply >>

DIY projects are professional development projects BY artists FOR artists across the UK. To see all of the artists who will be leading DIY 12: 2015 projects and how to get involved visit >>


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21 - 24 May 2015
We are excited to be bringing you Normal? Festival of the Brain our next festival in the 2015. Expect performances, talks, screenings and much more as we bring science and art together over four days to explore the brain. What happens when connections, chemicals and catastrophes send things off course, and is there such a thing as normal?

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Get Your Normal? Festival Pass
Attend as many Normal? events as you like by purchasing a £15 day pass or a £40 four day pass. Please contact the box office on 01303 760750 to purchase a pass and book tickets.

Think In Dates
If you'd like to be involved in Quarterhouse & Folkestone Fringe festivals, come to a Think In: an open meeting to discuss the themes and content of the weekend. Think ins will be taking place at the Quarterhouse at 5.30pm on the following dates:

SALT(Sea and the Environment Festival) Think In
• Thur 14 May
• Thur 11 June

Folkestone Fun Palace 2015
• Thur 18 June
• Thur 16 July
• Thur 13 August
• Thur 10 September

Outlands Festival
Outlands is the new summer festival of outdoor art, celebrating community, culture and public space. Read more >>