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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme 2016
Hello Fringe fans! The day has come where we can unveil (but not unmask) this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme.

The full programme is now online on edfringe.com giving you 3,269 shows from 48 countries in 294 venues across Edinburgh to get your talons into.

You can pick up a print copy of the programme from hundreds of locations across the UK. Check out our interactive map to find your nearest collection point.

Can’t find one near you? No problem! Just complete our online form and a copy will whisk its way to you through the post. The programme is free of charge, but postage and packing fees apply.

Check out this year's Fringe Programme

Fringe Box Office opening hours

In addition to our secure, mobile-friendly website you can now order your Fringe tickets in person or over the phone.

The Fringe Box Office

180 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1QS

08–12 June (daily) 10:00–18:00
13 June–17 July (Mon–Sat) 12:00–15:00
18–31 July (daily) 10:00–18:00
01–29 August (daily) 09:00–21:00

Over the phone

+44 (0)131 226 0000

08–12 June (daily) 10:00–18:00
13 June–17 July (Mon–Sat) 10:00–18:00
18–31 July (daily) 10:00–18:00
01–29 August (daily) 09:00–21:00

Check out the full Box Office details

#petswithprogrammes

Photo credit: Vesper Walk
We’re on the hunt for dancing dogs, comedic cats and musical marmosets in 2016 as #petswithprogrammes returns.

We’re not just looking for paws perusing the programme. Defy the norm and share pics of the weird and the wonderful members of the animal kingdom exploring this year’s Fringe Programme with the hashtag on Twitter and Instagram.

© 2016 EFFS Registered Charity SC 002995

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