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You are able to update your show's listing on edfringe.com to include video content, social media and web links. This is a great way to grab the attention of people browsing your listing and you can to update this throughout the Fringe.

To make changes, the user who first registered the show simply needs to log in to edfringeware, the Fringe Society's show registration system and edit their show’s Media Content tab.

Awards at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

There are many awards available at the Fringe that recognise and celebrate the talent on display.

Some require you to apply while others will consider you for the award automatically if you’re performing at the Fringe.

Awards can bring wider recognition to your show, boost your ticket sales and lead to further opportunities after the Fringe, so it’s worthwhile checking out your eligibility and making yourself aware of the application process and the closing deadline for entries.

Take a look at the list of 2016 Awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe along with eligibility requirements, instructions on how to enter and deadlines. This list is set to grow as the Fringe approaches and more awards are announced.

Explore the 2016 Awards at the Fringe
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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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