THE Edinburgh Fringe Festival is one of the cultural highlights of the British summer.
Here’s everything you need to know about how to get tickets and what’s on…
Esther Rantzen, right, is doing a show with her daughter Rebecca Wilcox, left
When is the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018?
The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018 runs from August 3-27.
The festival celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2017.
The programme includes a wide variety of acts from cabaret and circus performers to music and comedy.
There will also be over 250 street performances each day of the festival with buskers, living statues and more.
Ben Hart Magician Ben Hart is returning to the Fringe festival in 2018
How can I get tickets for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018?
Tickets can only be bought for each show via the Fringe box office either in person, over the phone or online.
To book tickets online visit the official website or download the Fringe app for iPhone or Android.
To book tickets over the phone contact +44 (0) 131 226 0000.
Prices vary for each show and a booking fee of 80p is added to each ticket.
Getty – Contributor Maureen Lipman is performing her comedy act at the Fringe
What are the highlights of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival programme?
The programme for the festival can be downloaded from the Fringe website.
The festival features a vast array of acts including…
Cabaret & Variety
Aaron Calvert: Declassified
Tash York: Adulting
Chris Cook: Chance
Courtney Act: Under The Covers
Esther Rantzen: That’s Life!
Louis Pearl – The Amazing Bubble Man
Charlie Baker Presents: The Greatest Goat Of All Time
Dick and Dom: Dick v Dom
David Baddiel’s AniMalcolm
Tash York Tash York is performing her stand-up show Adulting
Chris Turner – AAA Batteries (Not included)
Adam Larter – Boogie Knights
Adam Hess – Seahorse
Alice Marshall – The Strike
Barbara Nice – Raffle
Bethany Black – Unwinnable
Dylan Moran – Dr Cosmos
Ed Gamble – Blizzard
Flo & Joan – Alive On Stage
Alisdair Beckett-King – Full Velvet Jacket
Lauren Pattison – Peachy
Nick Harper – 100 Things
The Oxford Gargoyles – Jazz A Capella
Aki Remally – Hendrix and Us
Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe