Arts Industry Office
The Arts Industry Office is the arts professional’s one-stop shop for discovering and booking new work and talent and making connections at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Who uses our services?
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If you’re looking into programming your own festival or venue or want to network with your peers, then this service is for you. Our team of experts is at hand to help you and the hundreds of other professionals who travel to Edinburgh every year to discover the most interesting work being created today.
In order to access these services, arts industry professionals must accredit with the Arts Industry Office. The deadline to apply for accreditation with the Arts Industry Office for the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe has now passed but if you wish to check on the status of an existing application please contact us on email@example.com or +44 (0)131 240 1902.
- When can I apply for accreditation?
- How many people from my organisation can accredit?
- When is the deadline for submitting an application?
- What does it mean to be accredited with the Arts Industry Office?
- What does my pass get me?
- I was accredited last year, do I need to accredit again for 2015?
The deadline to apply for accreditation with the Arts Industry Office for the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe has now passed but if you wish to check on the status of an existing application please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)131 240 1902.
The accreditation deadline was 17:00 on Monday 20 July 2015.
As an accredited Arts Industry professional you will have access to the range of services and events that the Fringe Society runs. This includes our arts industry networking brunches and discussions, alongside various other professional development sessions which discuss the current hot topics across all art forms. You will also have access to our dedicated box office and staff who can help you navigate the Fringe to meet your needs.
Your pass represents your Arts Industry status and permission to use the Arts Industry services and resources. Your pass also gets you various discounts in shops, bars and restaurants and on services in Edinburgh – more details will be available when you pick up your pass on arrival. Your pass also gains you entry to Fringe Central, our participants’ centre, so that you can use the resources there and have access to all the networking events which take place.
Your pass does not get you:
- Access to festival venues or VIP areas, unless they state otherwise.
- Into shows for free.
- Discounts on show tickets.
Yes. Accreditation is not rolling. We require each individual attending the Festival to apply for accreditation on an annual basis so we keep up-to-date with your programming interests and you can tell us what dates you will be in Edinburgh.