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THREEWEEKS IN PRINT
During August you can pick up the ThreeWeeks Weekly Edition from a plethora of sites across Edinburgh, and the ThreeWeeks Daily Edition from core central Edinburgh venues.

You can pick up the ThreeWeeks weekly edition from foyers, cafes and/or box offices at: Acoustic Music Centre, Assembly Hall, Assembly George Square, Assembly Rooms, Bedlam Theatre, C, C nova, C too, Dancebase, Edinburgh International Book Festival, Fringe Central, Gilded Balloon Teviot, Greenside, Gryphon Venues, Hill Street Theatre, The Hub, Just The Tonic, Paradise Green @ Augustines, Paterson’s Land, Pleasance Courtyard, Pleasance Dome, Scottish Storytelling Centre, theSpace @ Jury’s Inn, theSpace @ Royal College Of Surgeons, theSpace@Venue 45, Spotlites, Sweet Venue, The Stand, Summerhall, Traverse Theatre, Underbelly Bristo Square, Underbelly Cowgate, Venue 13, Venue 150@EICC, Zoo Venue and many more sites.

You can pick up the ThreeWeeks daily edition from venues like Assembly Checkpoint, Bedlam Theatre, C, C nova, Free Fringe George, Fringe Central, Gilded Balloon Teviot, Laughing Horse @ The Blind Poet, Laughing Horse @ Espionage, Laughing Horse @ The Pear Tree, Paradise @ Augustines, Pleasance Dome, theSpace @ Symposium Hall, Sweet, Zoo Southside, Underbelly Cowgate; and cafes and pubs like 10 To 10 In Delhi, Beatlejuice, Beanscene, Doctors, Favourit, Kilimanjaro and Nile Valley.

"As the only publication to even attempt to review every single one of the 2000+ shows at the world’s biggest arts festival, ThreeWeeks is the gold standard of Edinburgh Fringe coverage"
Doug Segal, mind reader and Edinburgh Fringe performer
   
"ThreeWeeks manages to enthusiastically capture everything that makes the Fringe so brilliant – the alternative, the quirky and the inspired – and delivers it straight to the people who need to hear about it, everyday"
Tom Allen, stand up and Edinburgh Fringe performer
   
"ThreeWeeks is indispensable for one reason alone: they care. They’ve always been committed to giving publicity to the widest variety of theatre, comedy, music and tons more. Of course, it helps that they’ve always been a fan! *smirk*"
Thom Tuck, Penny Dreadful and Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee
   
"ThreeWeeks provides some of the most comprehensive and articulate coverage of the Edinburgh Fringe, with a fantastic array of features, news updates, interviews and reviews. It’s exactly what the Fringe should be about – as much showcasing the new work and the emerging talent as the established names"
Will Wood, Edinburgh Fringe publicist and owner of Multitude Media
   
"ThreeWeeks does exactly what it says on the front – for the entire three weeks of the world’s most massive, confusing and hectic arts festival it’s there for you – like a really good mate who’s seen all the best (and worst) shows, enjoyed some, hated others and can make you laugh just thinking about them. ThreeWeeks is great, it could only be better if it was called fifty-two weeks and ran all year round!"
Tim FizHigham, comedian, Fringe veteran and gentleman adventurer

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