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Upcoming information sessions

Considering bringing a show to the 2018 Fringe?

Join us at one of our 'How to do a show at the Fringe' information sessions where the Fringe Society team will be on hand to answer any questions and share some top tips.

To attend, just complete our quick registration form to let us know you're coming and what you'd like to find out.

Edinburgh

Saturday 02 December 11:00 – 16:00

Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary St, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT, Scotland

New York

Sunday 07 January 11:00 – 13:00

59E59, 59 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022, USA

Online sessions

This year we're also offering online information sessions to share advice and answer your questions no matter where you're located.

Sessions will be live streamed and you can submit your questions for us to answer.

The first sessions are about getting started and finding a venue and we'll be running two sessions to ensure there is a time to suit you.

Session one

Wednesday 13 December
17:00 UTC
San Francisco – 10:00 
Chicago – 12:00
Montreal – 13:00
Edinburgh – 17:00
Paris – 18:00
Johannesburg – 19:00
 

Session two

Tuesday 19 December
08:00 UTC
Mumbai – 13:30 
Shanghai – 16:00
Perth – 16:00
Adelaide – 18:30
Melbourne – 19:00
Auckland – 21:00
 
We'll be hosting further online sessions in early 2018 about registration and your time in Edinburgh and will share booking information for these soon.

We're here to help!

The Participant Services team is here to help all year round – contact us on participants@edfringe.com, or call +44 (0)131 226 0026 (option 2).
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