In this guide we cover all the aspects of running a venue at the Fringe. We take you through the steps of managing a venue from registering your space, right through to legal requirements and keeping economically green while here.
This guide aims to help Fringe artists and companies make their shows more accessible for Deaf/deaf, autistic and visually impaired audiences. Find the tools to make small changes that will have a huge impact.
What you need to know about BSL-interpretation and captioning shows.
How to get started with creating a touch tour.
What to consider if you're planning a relaxed performance.
This guide contains everything your need to know about the markets, which are an integral part of the Fringe Street Events and run on West Parliament Square and the Mound Precinct throughout the Fringe.
Our online search facility is a searchable directory of all Fringe venues, including their contact information. We recommend that you contact a number of potential venues to get a good idea of the types of deals that are out there and what different venues can offer you.
Whether you are a seasoned Fringe participant or you’re just beginning to dip your toes into our festival – or even if you want to test new material that isn’t a neat fit into your existing show – this is the place for you.
Each opportunity is managed by the independent company/venue listed, and so specific enquiries concerning any of these listings should go directly to that company/venue, on the contact details they have provided.
Every year the Fringe Society runs a series of online and in person information sessions to help you find out about how to take part in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and to make the most of all the opportunities on offer.