Every year the Fringe Society runs a series of in person information sessions and online FringeCasts 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.
These sessions are a great chance to get impartial advice from the Fringe Society and direct knowledge from a panel of experts about your Fringe visit. Get your questions answered and gain many tips on how to make your Fringe visit a success.
Meet us in person
Are you thinking about bringing a show to the Edinburgh Fringe? Great, you’re in the right place. Come along and meet the team from the Fringe Society as they talk through the ins and outs of bringing a show to the world’s largest arts festival. After the presentation, there will then be a chance to meet one-to-one with venues representatives from across the Fringe landscape to see if you can find the right home for your show.
How to bring a show to the Fringe – New York
Date: Sunday 12 January 2020
Time: Presentation – 11:00am–12:00pm | Followed by an informal gathering where you can meet the team.
Location: 59E59 Theatre, 59 E 59th St, New York, NY 10022, United States (view on map)
How to bring a show to the Fringe and meet the venues – Edinburgh
Date: Saturday 01 February 2020
Time: Presentation – 14:00–15:00 | Meet the venues – 15:00–17:00
Location: YOTEL, 68-73 Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 4NA, UK (view on map)
Tune in to a FringeCast
Join us for our regular podcast that covers all you need to know to bring a show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Episodes are recorded live and streamed through YouTube. After broadcast, edited episodes are available to download as a podcast.
Tune in to our upcoming live episode(s)
Registering your Fringe show
Date: Tuesday 28 January 2020
Time: 17:00 UK time
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2019 FringeCast series
Our 2019 FringeCast series explored what you need to know for bringing a show to the Fringe in 2019. If you missed out on tuning into these live you can still watch the videos on this YouTube playlist.