TDNI will be announcing its support for artists/companies under its Spotlight – Theatre & Dance from N.I programme in due course. We will also be hosting group sessions soon for artists registered for Fringe 2024 and for those hoping to go in the future as part of our Spotlight on Theatre & Dance programme. The sessions will include presentations from artists/companies who participated at the Fringe last year. They will share their experiences on budgeting, opportunities for fundraising, networking, and the types of support available.

Please contact Molly at if you wish to attend any of the TDNI Edinburgh sessions and forward any questions that you may have in advance.

Congratulations all involved on their onward touring successes: in Prime Cut, Lie Low; going to the Royal Court; C21,  Expecting to Washington; GBL, In the Name of the Son to Auckland Arts Festival; Joyce Greenaway, Whisk(e)y Wars who has been to Lyric Theatre and Brussels.

You can read more about the Edinburgh Fringe here.

Edinburgh Fringe have launched the second year of the Keep it Fringe fund, an initiative to support Fringe artists to realise their professional ambitions, originally launched in 2023 by Fringe honorary President Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Deadline 29th April.

Out of Hand Scotland, the City of Edinburgh Council’s official outdoor advertising contractor, will open bookings for Fringe poster advertising from 12:00 BST on Tuesday 26 March.

Out of Hand manage outdoor advertising sites throughout the city centre – during August, these are available exclusively to artists and companies who have registered shows at Fringe 2024.

Fringe Society has announced some key dates to put in your diary regarding next year’s festival, to help artists get the most out of the Fringe:

Thursday 04 April 2024
Second batch of shows revealed

Wednesday 10 April 2024
Programme registration deadline

Thursday 09 May 2024
Third batch of shows revealed

Wednesday 12 June 2024
Fringe programme launch

Browse the Fringe focus sessions here