Ongoing Work

Excited to submit your thoughts to the #FutureFringe campaign, but not sure where to start? Take a look below at some of the amazing ongoing work to inspire you, and get a better idea of what the landscape looks like at the moment. If you’re thinking about submitting a creative response, we also have some tips and tricks to make sure your work can be enjoyed by as many people as possible!

Sustainability

Thinking about a greener Fringe? We’d love to hear your thoughts – check out these amazing organisations and initiatives for an idea of what’s going on at the moment.

The Greenhouse Effect

This initiative helps young artists develop their sustainable practice at the Fringe. They run free workshops, advice sessions, and social events.

Staging Change

A network of theatre makers, artists, and venues, dedicated to creating an arts industry with a small footprint, but a big impact.

University of Edinburgh

The University has been working to create a greener Fringe for a while. Take a look to see what they’ve been up to.

Fringe Society

The Fringe Society have outlined increased sustainability as one of their goals in the Fringe Blueprint. Learn more about the blueprint here.

Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity is a cornerstone of creativity. There’s some great working being done to make sure the Fringe is as diverse and welcoming as it can possibly be. Check out these organisations for more info!

Fringe of Colour

A multi-award-winning initiative dedicated to supporting Black and Brown people/People of Colour at the Edinburgh festivals, as artists, workers and audience members.

Somewhere at the Fringe

Undertaking research and development to support LGBTQ+ representation at the Fringe, while also championing work by, for, and about the LGBTQ+ community.

Access

Here are some of the current steps being made to increase accessibility at the Fringe. Check them out.

Euan’s Guide

Euan’s guide provide access reviews for locations across the UK, including the Edinburgh Fringe.

Access Awards

The Fringe Society have developed access awards, encouraging venues to be more accessible.