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Big Names Appearing At This Year's Edinburgh Fringe

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has launched the official 2024 Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme. 

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Major Edinburgh Fringe Venues Launch New Ticket Deal

This year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe audiences can now double the value of their tickets with the launch of an innovative new subscription service, Love the Fringe. The proceeds of which will go directly to artists, producers and venues putting on the festival.
 
Starting today, Love the Fringe offers festival-goers unparalleled access to free tickets, exclusive discounts, and a host of other benefits at participating venues and businesses across the City of Edinburgh.

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society Announces 180 Recipients of 2024 Keep it Fringe Fund

he Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society is delighted to announce the recipients of the 2024 Keep it Fringe fund, an initiative launched in 2023 to support Fringe artists bringing work to the festival. Rooted in the festival’s vision to give anyone a stage and everyone a seat, the fund was created to help artists make the most of the Edinburgh Fringe by removing some of the barriers they face in bringing their work.

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Central Location Revealed

The location for the 2024 Fringe Central hub for Edinburgh  Fringe participants has been revealed. Artists, arts industry and media will all be within one site, at the Grassmarket Centre, 86 Candlemaker Row, in partnership with the Grassmarket Community Project.

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Comedy Management and Production Company MZA Confirms Edinburgh Fringe Line-Up

Edinburgh-based boutique Comedy Management and Production company MZA is celebrating 35 years of participation at the world's biggest arts festival with new shows from Jimeoin, Craig Hill, Connor Burns and Kai Humphries. 
 
Returning to the beautiful all-year Just the Tonic NUCLEUS venue hub, located (literally) right at the heart of the Fringe at 140 The Pleasanc

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New Play Explores the Life Of Comic Legends Eric Morecambe, Bob Monkhouse & Tommy Cooper

Three of Britain’s all-time greatest comedy heroes – Tommy Cooper, Eric Morecambe and Bob Monkhouse – meet in a dressing room.  Old friends, comedy colleagues and masters of their craft … together they pass the time, discussing the secret of life, death, and what it means to be funny…

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Could this be the year that the Edinburgh Fringe bubble finally bursts?

It is still only April and chilly outside, but there is already heated debate about August’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The problem is the escalating cost of accommodation. A one-month Fringe stay has never come cheap, but for the hundreds of comedians hoping to head up there to hone their craft and maybe even be talent-spotted, the costs really are no laughing matter.

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Edinburgh Fringe Society Extends Keep it Fringe Fund

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has announced the launch the second year of the Keep it Fringe fund, an initiative to support Fringe artists to realise their professional ambitions, originally launched in 2023 by the Fringe Society’s honorary President Phoebe Waller-Bridge. 

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society Introduces Apple and Google Wallet Ticketing Functionality

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society is pleased to announce the introduction of Apple Wallet and Google Wallet ticketing functionality ahead of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2024.  

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society Set To Develop New Festival Hub

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society (EFFS) is set to develop a new festival hub after the City of Edinburgh Council agreed a long lease for one of its buildings in the city centre.

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