Buy online through this site
Tickets for Camden Fringe events can be booked through this site. A booking fee of £1.35 per ticket is applied.
Please note that ticket bookings are not refundable or transferable.
You won’t be sent physical tickets, but will need to present proof of purchase (a printed receipt or a booking confirmation on your phone) at the venue to gain access to the show.
If the show isn’t sold out you may be able to tickets on the door of the venue from 30 minutes before the show starts. Some venues do not offer door sales or cash tickets, so it is advised to book in advance.
Directly from the venue
Many venues sell advance tickets through their own box offices. See the venue page for their details.
Where they are offered, concessionary rate tickets are available to under 16s, students, those receiving benefits, the unemployed, senior citizens (over 60) and disabled people.
What is the Camden Fringe?
The Camden Fringe is a performing arts festival, established in 2006, which takes place in Camden during August. Anyone and everyone is welcome to apply. Previous fringe events have encompassed new writing, opera, musicals, stand-up, sketch comedy, dance, cabaret, poetry, opera, mentalism, improvisation and Q&As. Shows take place throughout the day and generally last one hour.
The Camden Fringe was set up as an alternative to the Edinburgh Festival, offering performers the chance to try out new material and different ideas in a supportive setting with less time and financial commitments than EdFringe did at the time. The Camden Fringe aims to give anyone the chance to perform and showcase their talents, from very experienced performers and companies to ambitious newcomers. Since 2006 the Camden Fringe has gained a reputation for supporting acts, providing helpful information and guidance for the acts involved.