The Great Yorkshire Fringe returns in Summer 2018! The festival has wowed York with three years of festivities on Parliament Street, and for 2017 took comedy, variety and family entertainment to even more locations in the heart of the city.
The Great Yorkshire Fringe
The Great Yorkshire Fringe site, encompassing The White Rose Rotunda, The Tea Pot and The Turn Pot, is located on Parliament Street in York City Centre, YO1 8XS.
The Great Yorkshire Fringe Presents
The Great Yorkshire Fringe Presents events take place at:
- Grand Opera House, Clifford and Cumberland Street YO1 9SW
- The Basement, City Screen Picturehouse, 13-17 Coney St, York YO1 9QL
Getting to The Grand Opera House
The Grand Opera House is located in the heart of the city in Clifford and Cumberland Street, York YO1 9SW and is just a few minutes walk from York train station.
Getting to The Basement
The Basement is located in the City Screen Picturehouse, 13-17 Coney St, York YO1 9QL.
York is an ancient city at the heart of North Yorkshire, rich in history, and lucky to have great events and festivals for locals and tourists alike. Known for its cobbled streets, architecture including the magnificent iconic York Minster and range of attractions, York is a vibrant city, just a couple of hours from London.
York is well-serviced by public transport, and getting around this small city once you’re here is easy.
Getting to York, Parliament Street
Direct Rail trains run to York from the majority of the UK’s big cities, including Liverpool, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The East Coast main line that runs between London and Scotland also stops in York, amongst many other destinations.
The train station is a short 5 to 10 minute walk from the City Centre, although buses and taxis will be available from the station.
Bus services in York stretch across Yorkshire, from the coast, Leeds and Hull, and stop in the City Centre, as well as local buses that travel to the outskirts of town, surrounding villages and local shopping centres. Please visit iTravelYork for all local bus times and routes.
There is no car parking at the Parliament Street site or The Central Methodist Church. Many car parks are available nearby and can be found using the iTravelYork website.
Alternatively, York uses a Park & Ride service, found on the outskirts of town, which offers free parking and a short 10 minute bus ride directly into the town centre. Timetables and directions to the Park & Ride can be found on the First Buses website.