|Dec 1 2019||Open for Online Entry|
|Feb 29 2020||Last date for special £50 early entry price.|
|March 31||Last date for special £70 early entry price. Fee is now £50 across the board.|
|April 19||Text and pictures deadline for printed Programme (£85 entry price). Fee is now £50 across the board. Deadline is now June 1. There is unlikely to be a printed programme.|
|May||Check deadlines for advertising in local media such as the Buxton Advertiser, Pure Buxton and ArtsBeat.|
|May/June||Send press releases and good quality photos to local media.|
|Early June||Printed Programme published. This is now unlikely to happen though some directional publicity may be possible.|
|End June||Send posters and flyers in advance to Fringe chair or bring to Fringe Information Desk at the start of the Fringe. Situation to be reviewed nearer the time,|
|July 1||Fringe begins.|
|July 5||Fringe Sunday 2-4.30pm in the Pavilion Gardens around the bandstand. TBC dates for Fringe @ 5 in the Pavilion Gardens around the Bandstand. Join us there! Gatherings to be reviewed according to government guidelines when we know how things stand in July.|
|July 11||Carnival Procession 2pm. Join us there! The Well Dressing and Carnival has now been cancelled,|
|July 19||Final Sunday of the Fringe. Fringe Awards Ceremony in the afternoon. To be confirmed.|
If you choose to perform with Underground Venues, which is a managed venue, you will need to work to their earlier deadlines as detailed on their website.
You need to be a registered user to use online entry. The next link 'Begin Online Entry' will explain how.
If you already have an account (for example because you entered the Fringe last year) then follow the next link and check that our contact details are correct by clicking on the My Profile link.