Every single page of this book is enhanced by Mark Fisher’s lifelong enthusiasm for, and commitment to, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe – the greatest arts festival in the world

Kath M Mainland
Former Chief Executive
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

“The advice it contains from those who have experienced the August 
onslaught first hand will prove invaluable to newcomers” 
Scotland on Sunday

“A wonderfully practical but also inspirational book full of good advice” 
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

“A must-read for anyone interested in the workings of the event – whether producer, journalist, punter or, indeed, performer . . . Easily the best investment for anyone, veteran or neophyte, intending to participate”
Thom Dibdin, The Stage 

“Useful . . . engaging . . . excellent”
Susan Elkin, The Stage

“You’ll have a better festival as a performer if you read this book than if you don’t”
Steve Bennett, Chortle

“If you’re determined to perform a show at the Edinburgh Fringe, following Mark Fisher’s Edinburgh Fringe Survival Guide: How to Make Your Show a Success will save you several thousand pounds”
Abie Philbin Bowman, Irish Theatre Magazine

“Great book about a great festival”
Grid Iron Theatre Company

“An excellent resource if you’re thinking of participating”
Willie White, artistic director, Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival

“If you plan to perform I thoroughly recommend Mark Fisher’s book”

“There is so much love about Edinburgh in the book”
Comedian Giacinto PalmieriSo It Goes

“Mark Fisher knows his Fringe from the inside out and the outside in”
John Fleming, So It Goes

I wish I’d had it last year. It’s wonderful”
Mind reader Doug Segal

“A great read. Been plugging your book to all and sundry”
Comedian Yianni

“It’s a must-read. Am recommending it to everyone involved in our production, in every department. Thank you!”
Writer and director, Paul Boyd

“Your inspirational book saved our little theatre company so much time, money and stress”
Steven Kirschbaum, Theatre Paradok

“Can I just take this opportunity to say another gushing thankyou for writing the Survival Guide? As a first-timer from Australia, it has been absolutely invaluable, and I’m sure it’ll continue to prove its worth in the months to come.”
Comedian Paddy Magee