Find out how Engineer Theatre got on at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Emily Smith managed to catch up with Simon Lyshon, Co-founder of Engineer Theatre Collective and performer in Missing, after they recently crowdfunded their way to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The team behind Missing managed to raise £890.

Scottish Daily Mail Award winners reach their £750 target in just four days!

Here at Crowdfunder HQ we love creative projects as much as we love the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Engineer Theatre Collective fit into both of these passions of ours. The Engineer Theatre Collective needed to raise £750 which would enable them to take their performance to the Fringe Festival this year.

Weekend success: The Wimbledon College Of Art Costume Design Fundraiser

A massive well done to everyone involved in The Wimbledon College of Art fundraiser who managed to raise all of their £250 over the weekend (and are still going). Hannah Lipman and her class set up the project to raise funds for their costume design exhibition.Wimbledon College of Art, part of the larger University of the Arts,[…]

The crowd start Ken’s journey to The Brighton Fringe

The crowd just keep on funding great projects and the latest idea to become a reality is In Capacity House. Ken McLoone and his team asked for £500 in the hope of getting their performance to The Brighton Fringe – the crowd made his dream come true.Ken is an actor and producer at Just An Act[…]

Project Success: Steel Magnolias

Crowdfunder HQ have something to smile about this Monday morning – yet another success. The latest project to raise the pounds are Moving Lights (a brand new theatre company, based in Edinburgh).Moving Lights is designed to give new actors, writers and directors a chance to explore theatre in their own way. Set up in January 2011,[…]