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Discount deadline reminder

Discount deadline: Wednesday 16 March at 17:00 GMT 
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The discount deadline for show registration is one week away on Wednesday 16 March at 17:00 GMT. Shows with six performances or more are eligible for a reduced registration fee if they are registered and have paid before this time.  

Other important dates for your diary are:

  • Wednesday 13 April: programme deadline
    Shows registered after this date will not be included in the printed Fringe Programme, but can still be part of the Fringe and will be listed on edfringe.com and on the official Fringe App.
  • Wednesday 08 June: programme launch
    This is the day the official printed Fringe Programme will become available to the public.

If you have questions about the registration process, please get in touch with us on programme@edfringe.com, or have a look at our step-by-step Fringe Guide to Registering a Show. For other important dates and information, have a look at our new planning calendar.
 

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Advertising deadline

Your registration includes having your show listing and image in the printed programme, online at edfringe.com and on the official Fringe App, but you can also choose to book advertising space in the printed programme, which is a great way to get your show or venue is noticed. 

The deadline for booking adverts is Wednesday 20 April at 17:00 BST. Full details and ratecards can be found on our website. Remember you need to have a registered show to be able to book advertising and to qualify for participant prices.
 

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The Participant Services team is here to support you as you plan your Fringe. Visit our website or call +44 (0)131 226 0026 (option 2). Fringe Central, a facility run by the Fringe Society, is available to anyone taking part in a Fringe show, arts industry professionals and members of the media.






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