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Bringing a show to the Fringe?

Bringing a show to the Fringe?

We're here to help make your Edinburgh plans a reality and have a series of helpful guides covering a range of topics including:

If you can't find what you're looking for, feel free to get in touch with us.

For questions about show registration, you can reach us on programme@edfringe.com.

Free information sessions

We're hosting a number of free in-person and online information sessions in the coming weeks to help you plan your time in Edinburgh or beyond.

Sign up for joining info for the following dates and times:

Online session | Making the most of the Fringe taster

Tuesday 20 March, 08:00 GMT

Glasgow | How to Do a Show and Making the Most of the Most of the Fringe

Saturday 24 March, 12:00 – 14:00 GMT
(BSL interpreted event)

Online session | Making the most of the Fringe taster

Wednesday 28 March, 17:00 BST

London | Making the Most of the Fringe

Saturday 21 April, 13:00 – 15:00 BST

Brighton | Making the Most of the Fringe

Saturday 13 May, 13:00 – 16:00 BST

Outdoor advertising

Posters around Edinburgh are a handy way to get your Fringe show noticed this August.

This year's official poster scheme is once again run by Out of Hand in partnership with the City of Edinburgh Council.

Locations are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are restricted to shows registered with the Fringe Society for the 2018 festival.

Bookings open on Monday 19 March at midday and there is an early bird discount for all bookings made within the first 24 hours.

For general advice about promoting your show get in touch with our dedicated team on mediaadvice@edfringe.com

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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