If you have not already contacted the Chelsea Fringe to discuss your event and your registration rate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: If you can't see any emails from us, check your spam folders and make sure to add our email address to your contacts list to help avoid spam filters.
Each organisation need only register once;
any additional event can be registered at a charge of £1 for each additional event.
Registration will remain open throughout the duration of the Chelsea Fringe.
|Standard registration rate||£175.00||£157.50|
|Basic Rate (small community gardening groups, run by volunteers)||£40.00||£36.00|
|Individual self-funded artists and designers||£40.00||£36.00|
|Larger charities rate||£125.00||£112.50|
|Colleges, hospitals, museums, schools and other public institutions||£125.00||£112.50|
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