T: 0131 226 0026
The Fringe Society is the organisation that underpins the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It is the Society’s ambition for the Fringe to be the most accessible arts festival in the world, where anyone who chooses to can take part, whether onstage, backstage, or in the audience.
The Fringe Box Office has designated staff in place to deal specifically with access enquiries and ticket bookings. This service exists to assist anyone with an access requirement to make the most of what the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has to offer.
This service is available to anyone who:
• requires specific accessibility information about venues
• requires extra assistance at venues
• has specific seating requirements
• is a wheelchair user
• requires complimentary companion tickets to attend performances.
T: 0131 226 0026
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