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The Edinburgh Festival Fringe | 04–28 August 2017

How to get started

Planning a show at the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe? Be sure to check out our free resources to help you every step of the way!

Our putting on a show guide is an essential checklist of all the things you need to consider when performing at the Fringe and covers a range of topics including:

  • Finding a venue
  • Registration
  • Budgeting
  • Ticketing
  • Marketing
  • Onward touring
  • And more!
There are also guides for running a venue, Fringe Street Events and running a market stall.


Upcoming information

Participants at a Fringe Society information session | Photo: David Monteith-Hodge
There are three more free info sessions coming up this spring:
Aberdeen, Wednesday 22 March
London, Saturday 22 April
Brighton, Saturday 13 May

Registration opens two weeks in advance of each event.

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Key registration dates

Show registration is now open for the 70th anniversary Fringe!

Check out our guide on how to register a show [PDF] which contains all the information you need to complete the registration form.

Discounted registration fee deadline – Wednesday 15 March at 17:00 GMT 
Printed programme deadline – Wednesday 12 April at 17:00 BST
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