Edinburgh Fringe Launches Festival Fundraising Campaign

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has announced the launch of a new £7.5m fundraising campaign to help aid the long-term recovery of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

‘Save the Fringe’ will serve as a starting point for a wider Fringe revival, following the devastating impact of covid-19.


Fringe By The Sea Line-Up Announced

Fringe By The Sea, Scotland’s freshest festival which is held in North Berwick (6-15 August 2021), returns with live audiences being entertained in Covid-secure environments.  The festival will be held throughout the town in several new venues such as the Belhaven Big Top, SSE Renewables Envirozone, Glenkinchie Lowland Stage and Marine North Berwick.  A map with all the festival venues has been designed by Artist in Residence Eilidh Muldoon.


Venues and Performers Receive Grants From Edinburgh Fringe Fund

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has announced the recipients of the first ever Fringe Artist and Venue Recovery Fund.

Fifteen different productions have been awarded funds to bring work to the world-renowned festival, with shows taking place in both 2021 and 2022.

Funded projects include:


News: Christmas Crowdfunder for Edinburgh Fringe Society

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has launched 


News: Fringe Society Launches Fringe Central Virtual Hub

he Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has launched the first 


News: All The Winners Of Edinburgh Fringe Awards

Not everyone at the Edinburgh Fringe won an award in 2019, but sometimes it feels that way. Below is a list of all the winners of awards. Information provided by the Edinburgh Fringe Society.




Allen Wright Award

Winner (Reviews): Deborah Chu

Winner (Features): Katie Hawthorne

Commended (Features): Tim Bano


Amused Moose Comedy Award


News: Record Figures For Edinburgh Fringe

The 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe has finished, having brought together artists, arts industry, media and audiences from over 150 countries, including over 750 shows from Edinburgh. More residents than ever before attended Fringe shows, with a record 856,541 tickets issued to audience members from the city 


News: Initiative To Encourage Comedy Industry To Pay For Tickets Launched

An initiative has been launched to encourage people involved in the comedy industry to pay for their tickets when they see shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Free Free, started by production company Blink Industries, asks everyone who works in the comedy world (apart from reviewers) to pay for tickets to shows at the Fringe if they are able to.


Preview: Fringe By The Sea Festival

Some of the biggest names from the Melbourne International Comedy Festival are coming to North Berwick for a one-off gig in August.

Rhys Nicholson (pictured), who has just been nominated for a Helpmann Award in Australia, will be joined by Barry Award nominated Tom Walker and Demi Lardner, winner of this year’s Pinder Prize. 


News: Fringe By The Sea Announces New Plans

Fringe by the Sea, the annual multi-arts festival centred in North Berwick, East Lothian, has appointed a new board of directors who plan to extend and develop the festival.  



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