The Fringe by the Sea community includes all of the businesses and organisations who support us. As a not for profit organisation, without them the event just wouldn’t happen. We’d like to say a huge, heartfelt thank you to all of them.
North Berwick Trust was established in 1973 to support and benefit local residents and their dependents.
Tennent’s has proudly been serving the nation’s favourite lager since 1885, made with Scottish barley & water from Loch Katrine.
Coulters are leading independent estate agents who specialise in Edinburgh and East Lothian’s thriving property markets.
SSE Renewables is a leading developer and operator of renewable energy across the UK and Ireland
Gilsland Park is a family-run, family focused holiday park located in a scenic spot in North Berwick.
SiGNMAN is a family-run business based just outside North Berwick, offering a huge range of products to support marketing and promotional needs.
Shaw are an Edinburgh and Shetland based design and digital marketing specialist, who have been telling brand stories and building beautiful brands for more than 30 years.
UK event listings and cultural commentary covering arts, entertainment, festivals and more.
McInroy & Wood was founded in 1986 to provide a discretionary investment management service to private clients.
Caledonian Horticulture provide a range of quality assured horticultural products with sustainability at the core of everything they do.
Emma Cross is an interior design business in North Berwick with residential and commercial clients across the UK.
The Scottish Seabird Centre is a marine conservation and education charity with a 5-star visitor centre, based in North Berwick.
A huge thank you to the many other organisations and individuals who help make Fringe By The Sea the festival that it is:
FBTS founders John Shaw, Jane Thomson and Eric Wales, Adam Robertson, Alan Nash, Amanda Farnese Heath, Bass Rock Community Group, Barbara Gardner-Rowell, Barker & Bone, Citizen Ticket, Dave Berry, Dementia Friendly East Lothian, Dr Lorna Hill, Duff Publicity, East Lothian Council, East Lothian Courier, East Lothian Countryside Rangers, East Lothian Food & Drink, East Coast Buses, Eilidh Muldoon, Fairground Communications, Glenn Campbell, Heavy Sound CIC, Lewis Houghton, Lewis Gourlay, Cagoule TV, Mr Smith Aerial, Niall Middleton, No12 Hotel & Bistro, North Berwick Coastal Community Connections, North Berwick Community Council, North Berwick Highland Games, North Berwick in Bloom, North Berwick Library, North Berwick Youth Project, North Berwick Gospel Choir, Dr Pete Churn, Room 8 Studio, Scott Masterton, ScotRail, Steampunk Coffee, Stepping Out, Sustaining NB, Tantallon Caravan Park, Toby Jeffries.
We owe an extra debt of gratitude to our amazing team of volunteers and hard-working event crew.
The programme of artists’ participatory workshops at Fringe By The Sea has been arranged by East Lothian Council’s Arts Service and The Brunton Theatre Trust‘s Performing Arts Network. Further funding for creative performances has been supplied by North Berwick Coastal Area Partnership.
Become a partner
If you’d like to become a Fringe By The Sea partner and hear how we can help represent your brand, values and marketing aims and objectives, please contact Rory@fringebythesea.com.