Edinburgh Fringe Disabled Access Day

Lyndsey McLean, the Community Engagement and Access Manager at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has told us that they are getting all geared up for the Fringe this year, and want to make sure that everyone knows about their Access Tickets Service and other access services. They are there for anyone who needs them, and don't ask for proof of disability.

They're showcasing all their access services and initiatives for the Fringe at the Fringe Shop and Box Office, 180 High Street, from 10:00 - 18:00 on Saturday 13 July, at their very own Fringe Disabled Access Day and want as many people as possible to find out about their Access Tickets Service, and all their other initiatives to make the Fringe as inclusive as possible. Please help us to spread the word and let as many people as possible know about the event. As an extra incentive to go along, they're offering 10% off in the Fringe shop on the day. For more information about the Access Tickets Service, visit their website. You can also find out more about the Changing Place they are hiring for the Fringe, the Sensory Backpacks which help make the event a little less overwhelming, and the BSL interpretation planned for the street events. If you have any questions about Fringe Disabled Access Day, or about access at the Fringe, please get in touch on

Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 02 - 26 August 2019

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