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The Green Curtain Award 2023

ONCA's Fringe award is back for the sixth year!

The ONCA Green Curtain Award is back for another year at Brighton Fringe! The prize will go to the Fringe project that best manifests ONCA’s mission of supporting artists and audiences to engage with environmental and social challenges.

The winner will receive support in the form of mentoring, time in the gallery and/or workspaces, and space on our online platforms. Please email  performance dates and information with as much notice as possible if you would like to nominate a show for the award.

Previous Green Curtain Award winners are:

2017: Jamal Harewood’s The Privileged

2018: Subira by Subira Joy

2019: How Disabled Are You? by The Queer Historian

2021: breathTAKING, curated by Jenni Lewin-Turner and featuring Judith Ricketts, Josef Cabey, River Sweeney and AFLO the Poet

2022: Showwomen by Carnesky Productions and Astra by Naomi Foyle and Raven Kaliana

We look forward to finding our next winner for Brighton Fringe Festival 2023!


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