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Welcome to Fringe Central!

PRS guidance advice
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Introduction to Fringe Central

Fringe Central is now open!

Fringe Central is your home from home for the duration of the Fringe and is a great place to relax, grab a coffee, use rehearsal space and meet fellow participants.

This year Fringe Central has a new location and you can find us at Fringe Central@Infirmary Street.

The Fringe Central Events Programme covers a broad range of topics and is designed to help you make the most of the professional development opportunities the Fringe offers.

Download this year’s programme and explore this year’s ticketed events which you can book your place for online, by emailing fringecentral@edfringe.com or in person at Fringe Central.

PRS guidance

The Fringe Society operates a bespoke deal with PRS for Music. This deal aims to help musicians and artists receive recognition and payment for the use of their work, while easing the process for Fringe participants.

Check out our website for full information on music licensing at the Fringe. In addition to providing music licensing FAQs and a comprehensive guide to the PRS declaration form, this page also contains information on PPL licences – a separate licence that may be required for your show.

The PRS declaration form is now available.

Every show registered with the Fringe Society must complete a PRS for Music declaration to confirm with us the details of how music is used within your show. Even if you are not playing music, are playing non-copyright music, or are using music for which you already have a licence, you will still need to fill in the online declaration form which only takes a few minutes to complete.

The deadline for the submission of the online PRS declaration form is Monday 22 August 2016.

If you would like any further information on music licensing, please contact our Music Licensing Coordinator either by email at music@edfringe.com or by phone on +44 (0)131 240 1901.

Complete the PRS declaration form

Coming up at Fringe Central


Fringe Central Welcome Address

Friday 05 August at 13:00 – 14:00
Fringe Central@Infirmary Street

The official kick-off to the Fringe will be delivered by award-winning comedian Sam Wills, creator and star of The Boy With Tape On His Face. Tickets are free and can be booked in person at the Fringe Central reception or by emailing fringecentral@edfringe.com.


Meet the Media

Saturday 06 August from 13:00 – 18:00
Informatics Forum, 10 Crichton St, Edinburgh, EH8 9AB

An event unlike any other. This is your chance to get face-to-face with the media and promote your show. Last year saw media outlets such as the Scotsman, Independent, The List, FEST, BroadwayBaby.com and the BBC amongst others taking part. The event is free and unticketed but only open to two representatives per show.

Fringe Central Events Programme 2016

Fringe Central

The hub for Fringe participants.

Open 10:00 20:00  01 29 August


Infirmary Street, ECCI, High School Yards, Edinburgh, EH1 1LZ


@FringeCentral
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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