Our Fringe Angel and Patron scheme offers individuals the opportunity to show their support for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, whilst also receiving a range of benefits to enhance their Fringe experience.
Our Fringe Angels and Patrons are invaluable to the Fringe Society. The encouragement and support our Angels and Patrons give the Fringe Society help us to grow both nationally and internationally; allowing the Fringe Society to nurture the artists and performers who flock to Edinburgh in August.
Membership starts at £500, which can be paid as a one off donation or as instalments throughout the year.
Alongside all of the benefits received by our Best Friends, Fringe Patrons will receive a unique insight to the Fringe Society to bring you even closer to the Festival Fringe. And of course we will thank you in the Fringe programme and here on edfringe.com.
Alongside all of the benefits received by our Best Friends, Fringe Angels will receive a unique insight to the Fringe Society to bring you even closer to the Festival Fringe. You will have behind-the-scenes access to Fringe Central, our participants’ hub throughout the Fringe, as well as time with members of our Senior Management team. And of course we will thank you in the Fringe programme and here on edfringe.com.
To learn more about Fringe Angel memberships, please contact Development Manager Fiona Carr on 0131 240 1913 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purchase your membership online
Becoming a Fringe Angel or Patron for the 2019 Fringe is quick and easy and can be done through our tickets website by signing in or registering a new account with the links below.
An enormous Fringe Society thank you to our current Fringe Angels:
Graeme and Rachel Baillie, Christopher L Eisgruber and Lori A Martin, Flavio Feniello, Nick and Julie Gould, Jon Gottlieb, David Graham, Stephen Graham, James Mellon, Andrew Pitt and Pamela Odih, Richard and Susan Wolff and others who wish to remain anonymous.
An enormous Fringe Society thank you to our current Fringe Patrons:
Geoffrey Arbuthnott, Alan Barwick, Mary Beidler Gearen, Paul Davies, Alan M Johnston, Lynda McGrath, Diana Richman and others who wish to remain anonymous.