After our online Festival in 2022, we are looking forward to returning with live theatre from May 1-14 2023! We hope that you can join us – we are currently submissions.
Our submissions deadline for IDGTF 2023 is 10th December 2022. To apply fill out the two documents below and email them to us.
Any questions? Get in touch – email firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Applications will only be accepted from Companies/Artists who forward a completed Submission Form together with a signed copy of the Criteria For Participation document. Scripts received without Submission Forms and Criteria documents will not be considered and will be returned to sender.
Please email (email@example.com) or post the completed submission form and documentation to Artistic Director Brian Merriman, 179 South Circular Road, Dublin 8, Ireland
For more information on applying to the Festival, please read the ‘Criteria For Participation’ document below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: I submitted after the December 1 deadline. Will my submission be rejected?
A: No, we accept submissions throughout the year. However for submissions made before December 1 will be prioritised for the following year’s festival. We cannot guarantee that late submissions will be considered in time for the draft programme. Submissions made after January will likely be considered for the following calendar year.
Q: I want to submit but I missed the submissions deadline. What can I do?
A: We will accept submissions at any time of the year, including after the deadline. However submissions received before the deadline will get priority. Other submissions will be considered if suitable slots exist in the draft programme. If you are submitting late, it is strongly recommended that you send your submission as soon as possible.
Q: A Festival representative saw my show (e.g. at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe) and passed on information about IDGTF. Does this mean that I have been formally invited?
A: No. This means that a representative of the Festival believes your work to be of strong interest to the Festival and that we wish to stay in contact regarding possible participation. However you should formally submit like every other candidate (ideally as soon as possible so that we can follow up) and our Artistic Director will decide on the final selection.
Q: I submitted but I haven’t got a reply. What should I do?
A: We will reply to every submission received. If you don’t get a reply within a reasonable time please send a follow-up email. Note that we are very busy during the April-May period and around the submissions deadline (December & early January) which may lead to delays at this time.
Q: What should I submit?
A: In addition to the ‘Criteria for Participation’ and ‘Submission Form’ please provide as much information as possible about your production, including (where available):
Naturally we understand that for new works in particular not all of this information will be available. However you should follow up with additional information as soon as realistically possible. Check the ‘Criteria for Participation’ for additional information required once you have been accepted.
Q: For reasons of grant applications and/or visa requirements I need formal proof of interest/acceptance from the Festival. Is this possible?
Yes. Please contact our Artistic Director Brian Merriman at email@example.com for more.
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