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Fringe Central is OPEN!

Meet the Media is this Saturday!
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Fringe Central is open and has expanded for 2015! This year you can find us across two spaces:

Fringe Central 1 Appleton Tower, 11 Crichton Street, Edinburgh EH8 9LE
Here you will find our main reception where you can print your pass and access our photocopying, printing and computer facilities, the café/bar and lots of space to relax and have meetings. It is also the home of the Fringe Society’s Media team who can provide advice on promoting your show and engaging with the press at the Fringe.

Fringe Central 2 - David Hume Tower, George Square EH8 9JX
Our new space for 2015 houses the Arts Industry Office and Participant Development team, along with lots of our events.

More information about Fringe Central is available on our website, where you’ll also find the full Fringe Central Events Programme. We’re open every day until 31 August between 10:00 and 20:00 – come in and say hello! Keep an eye on what’s happening at Fringe Central by following us on Twitter - @FringeCentral.

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Participant discounts


To celebrate the start of the Fringe, the edfringe shop is offering a special 20% discount to Fringe participants this weekend only.

Join us in person at the edfringe shop at 180 High Street, Edinburgh, from Friday 07 August – Monday 10 August and show your participant pass to claim the deal. 
Our 'What the Fringe!?’ bag been newly released with more accessories still to come, and our ever-popular classic Fringe hoodies and T-shirts, Fringe postcards and posters (for a bargain £2.50!) are also available. Take a peek at what’s available at the edfringe online shop before you arrive in Edinburgh.

The Participants Discount Scheme is also now available for 2015. Download the brochure or pick up a copy from Fringe Central when you collect your Fringe participant pass.

 
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Coming up at Fringe Central...


Meet the Media
08-Aug 13:00 5h

An event unlike any other and one of the most popular opportunities at the festival, this is your chance to meet media representatives and get face-to-face time to promote your show. Last year saw representation from publications such as The Scotsman, The Daily Record, The List, ThreeWeeks, BroadwayBaby.com and The Stage, amongst others.

 
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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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