The Great Yorkshire Fringe returns in Summer 2017! The festival has wowed York with two years of festivities on Parliament Street, and for 2016 took comedy, variety and family entertainment to even more locations in the heart of the city. Its 2017 program looks incredible. Check it out!
The Great Yorkshire Fringe events have expanded beyond Parliament Street and take place year round!
During the Summer festival though The Great Yorkshire Fringe takes over Parliament Street in the centre of York with it's village green site, and for 2017 festival favourite The White Rose Rotunda and the magical little Tea Pot will return, along with the first year on site for new venue The Shed. The site will again feature multiple food and drink concessions showcasing the best produce from the local area.
Elsewhere, The Great Yorkshire Fringe Presents events take place in the beautiful Central Methodist Church on St Saviourgate and at the York Barbican on Paragon Street on the southern end of York city centre.
Our largest and most spectacular Spiegeltent. Perfect for music, comedy and family shows alike!
A starry oasis in the middle of the site, this is the pop up Tea Pot! Perfect for finding up and coming comedy, our free fringe and our New Comedian competition.
New on Parliament Street for 2017, The Shed is a venue with an eclectic programme of shows throughout the day and evening.
The Great Yorkshire Fringe Presents events will host shows at The Tempest Anderson Hall with Susan Calman and Andy Hamilton in May.
Attached to the Yorkshire Museum, Tempest Anderson Hall, built in 1912, offers a 300 theatre style capacity auditorium making it an ideal venue for events.
The Tempest Anderson Hall is located at the Yorkshire Museum, Museum Gardens, YO1 7FR, York and is just a few minutes walk from York train station.
The York Barbican is located on Paragon Street on the southern end of York city centre, just opposite the city walls. It is easily accessible by public transport and by road. Sat Nav users please use postcode YO10 4AH. For more information on how to get to the venue please use - http://www.yorkbarbican.co.uk/