Selected Fringe 2017 tickets on early sale

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The 70th anniversary programme for Edinburgh Festival Fringe will be launched on Wednesday 7 June, and it's sure to be absolutely packed with fantastic comedy, theatre, cabaret, dance, circus skills, live music, and just about everything else. If you can't wait until then though, selected tickets are alrteady on sale!

The Fringe (4-28 August 2017) is the biggest arts festival anywhere in the world, and in 2017 it's one of three festivals celebrating their 70th anniversary.

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Last year's programme featured over 50,000 performances and saw total audiences soar to over 2.5million! Organisers will be hoping to reach even more people this year, and 230 events are already on sale - click here for more info and ticketing/programme links.

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The very first tickets went on sale in early February, with more shows and events made available over the following weeks and months, as follows:

  • Initial launch on Thursday 2 February
  • Thursday 2 March
  • Thursday 23 March
  • Thursday 20 April
  • Thursday 11 May
  • Thursday 25 May
  • Full programme launch on Wednesday 7 June

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Copies of the 2017 Fringe Brochure will be available at locations across the city, or if you would prefer you can also arrange to have a copy sent direct to your door.

It's all set to be a very special year for the Fringe and all of Edinburgh's Festivals - plan your trip here.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe runs from 4-28 August 2017. Tickets for selected events are on sale already, with the full programme launched on Wednesday 7 June. Find out more about the Festival, including links to programme and ticketing details.

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