ALMOST 100 COLLABORATIONS
Fringe Management have been helping artists bring shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for 22 years. Our established relationships with leading venues, letting agents, and marketing resources allow us to negotiate the ideal performance space and time slot, secure optimum accommodation, provide full marketing services, and meet critical deadlines. In addition, our team is in Edinburgh for the whole month of August every year and can therefore provide production support for each of our client shows during their entire Festival run.
The almost 100 successful Fringe Management collaborations include several shows featuring “The Pajama Men,” (Perrier Nominee for Best Newcomers; Times Double Act of the Year), “This is so NOT About The Simpsons” with Harry Shearer (“The Simpsons”, “This Spinal Tap”), “Reanimator the Musical” with George Wendt (“Cheers”), and the Fringe First Winner, “Runt.”
Fringe Management helped usher us into the intimidating and sprawling world of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with the grace and proficiency that their experience would garner. They were instrumental in the growth and development of both our show and our careers. And they are also really nice people and super fun to hang out with
Fringe Management has represented me in all of my Fringe appearances for the past 6 years. Working with Nigel and Michael has been both a pleasure and an education! Their combined over half century experience of fringe production and all the small details that go onto it are second to none. Nothing is too much trouble and their approach allowed me to focus on what matters most; the show itself! I highly recommend any prospective Fringe performer to seek out their expertise!
Fringe Management made my first experience with the Edinburgh Fringe Festival such a delight! Mike and Nigel supported me every step of the way and ensured my show was promoted and attended. As a first time performer, I appreciated their sage guidance and expertise with Fringe production and I strongly recommend their services to any artist interested in a successful Fringe run.
What better way to experience Sherlock Holmes than in the presence of the man himself?…In this electric piece, we see the man toward the end of his life. Called to London for the funeral of his beloved Watson, slightly dulled by years of cocaine and hiding away in Sussex. We see him now still vital and fascinated by life, although he is regretful and haunted by some of his cases.