Innie: (noun) /ine/ A person who favours seeing indoor theatrical performances when fringing.
It’s All About the Shows
The Fringe Festival is the place where artists and audiences are encouraged to take chances. With more than 200 shows, there is something for everyone!
You must purchase a ticket to enter any indoor performance. But, since 100% of ticket price go directly to the artists, you can consider it a direct investment in the arts.
Early Bird Gets the Worm and Late Birds Miss Shows
Set your alarm and arrive on time. Best to aim for 30 minutes early, because when you’re fringing you never know what chainsaw throwing, fire-eating outdoor performer you’ll bump into. Latecomers will not be permitted into indoor performances.
Bonus tip: Don’t forget to visit the loo before you arrive because we are not able to let you back in the show if you step out.
Silence the Cell
Artists put their blood, sweat, and tears into their show to provide you a magical experience. Share the love, silence your cell and put away all recording devices.