About The Fringe
Edinburgh Festival Fringe - 2nd to the 26th August 2013
We programme and manage the following venues year round:
George Square Theatre (Venue 37)
Old College Quad (Venue 311)
George Square Gardens (Venue 119)
McEwan Hall (Venue 25)
Medical Faculty (Venue 295)
St Cecilia's Hall (Venue 31)
For further information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call us on 0131 651 2120 or write to us at the address below.
University of Edinburgh,
18 Holyrood Park Road,
For more information on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe visit www.edfringe.com.
We also provide the venues for :
Assembly @ Assembly Hall, Rainy Hall and the Baillie Room
Assembly Theatre run the Assembly Hall, as well as Rainy Hall and the Baillie Room in New College. www.assemblyfestival.com
Assembly @ George Square
Assembly Theatre continue their residence at George Square Gardens to create a wonderful outdoor Fringe space. Assembly also work in George Square Theatre and David Hume Tower Lecture Theatres.
BBC @ Potterrow Garden
The BBC return to the area outside Informatics, which created a hub for the BBC in Edinburgh during the Fringe Festival, with radio shows and live performances throughout the day.
C venues at Adam House and ECA
C venues in Adam House created a "multiplex" venue offering a vast programme of dramatic experiences spread over four different theatre spaces. Visit their website at www.cvenues.com
Appleton Tower for the last four years has become the Fringe Performers Centre- a hub for performers, promoters and press working at the Fringe. www.edfringe.com
Pleasance Theatre at Pleasance and Potterrow
The Pleasance is renowned to be one of the most popular operators on the Fringe. With its extensive programme spread over umpteen spaces and its magnetic courtyard bar, the Pleasance is the very essence of the Fringe. Visit their website at www.pleasance.co.uk
Underbelly at The Cow Barn and Udderbelly
The Underbelly return to Bristo Square, the Reid Quad, Reid Hall and Medical School forming the most popular Udderbelly pasture. www.underbelly.co.uk