Fringe Sunday

Covid-19: Please note 2021 activities may be disrupted though we hope they can proceed.

What are you going to do on Fringe Sunday? The first Sunday of the Fringe is a key marketing opportunity.

Come along to the Pavilion Gardens between 2:00pm and 4:30pm and promote your event to your potential audience. With so much going on in the Festival and the Fringe you really do need to make people aware of why they should attend your event instead of something else.

Acts can perform formally on the bandstand or informally on the promenade. It's a good idea to have someone handing out your fliers while you perform. Please be aware that Fringe Sunday is a family friendly event (there will be balloons, street theatre and children's activities) so tailor your material accordingly!

Fringe Sunday will be a time-tabled event with a limited number of performance slots available. Be sure to book your free slot by sending us a description of what you want to do.

See pictures of the most recent Fringe Sunday in our Gallery. Check out footage on our Videos page.

Fringe at Five

From the first Monday of the Fringe there is a chance to perform around the Pavilion Gardens Bandstand from 5pm to 5.45pm or shorter time slots within that. Since this feature was introduced in 2014, it has become something of a fixture with Fringe-goers planning their schedules around it. Says Fringe at Five founder Keith Savage: "20 minute at Fringe at Five is probably equivalent to several days of flyering - it is a great way to get noticed!" Please contact the programme co-ordinator to register your interest.



Fringe Sunday

Discover more about the philosophy behind the Fringe and enjoy a wonderfully sunny Fringe Sunday captured in this short promotional film (with thanks to Marc Grundy).