We really enjoyed collaborating with our friends at LGBT Health and Wellbeing for the Queer Fringe event on 30 August, featuring some of our Scotland-based LGBTQ+ artists.
Campaign throughout August in partnership with Staging Change, The Greenhouse by BoxedIn and University of Edinburgh Sustainability.. See #FutureFringe on social media
Andrea is our doctoral intern from the University of Glasgow, and they are working with us until Oct 2020 to do a full review of LGBTQ+ representation at the Fringe and the structural / systemic barriers to inclusion. They are also helping us develop the next stage of our Somewhere at the Fringe Guide for 2021
We are so happy that more than 25% of last year's LGBTQ+ performers and shows have taken part in our LGBTQ+ Fringe Community Consultation and we will be publishing the findings soon. With such brilliant insights and support, our Somewhere at the Fringe 2021 is guaranteed to be even bigger and better!
Following on from our successful launch in 2018, we had a brilliant Somewhere at the Fringe 2019, championing the fantastic work made for, by or about our LGBTQ+ community.
2019 marked 50 years since the Stonewall riots in New York and the moment in history which created the global Pride movement. With that in mind, last year we decided to feature our Somewhere 50 covering comedy, theatre, spoken word, cabaret, dance and physical theatre, music and events.
Our #Somewhere50 showcased a quarter of the whole LGBTQ+ offering (200+ shows) at 2019's Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and throughout August we featured many interviews and reviews from our fantastic team of #SomewhereAtTheFringe volunteers.
We really enjoyed hearing your LGBTQ+ Fringe stories at our Social Responsibility and Sustainability Hub at the Bayes Centre.
With all your feedback, combined with our 2020 internship project with the University of Glasgow, we are working on how we can make #SomewhereAtTheFringe and our unique Guide even better for 2021.
Interested in volunteering for our 2021 team of writers and interviewers? Get in touch!
Welcome to the Somewhere at the Fringe Guide for 2019!
This year, nearly 5% of the Fringe is LGBTQ+, which means out of 3841 shows,
we have 200+ LGBTQ+ ones to bring you!
This year we have separated the Somewhere Guide into four parts,
to make your show choices even easier:
PART ONE: Comedy
PART TWO: Theatre
PART THREE: Cabaret, Dance
& Physical Theatre, Music,
Musical and Opera
PART FOUR: Spoken Word,
Events & Children's
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