The Great Yorkshire Fringe Festival is now offering YorkCard holders a 10% discount on advanced bookings for selected shows.

The festival runs from 15 July to 1 August 2016, and hosts comedy, cabaret, theatre and music shows in Parliament Street and other locations in the centre of York.

A list of the selected shows offering the YorkCard discount is below.  For full details about these shows, and to book online, see www.greatyorkshirefringe.com.  To take advantage of this offer, quote the promotional code yorkcard2016 when you book online or phone the booking office on 01904 500600.  This offer is valid for advance bookings made before 8 July 2016 only.

Shows offering the 10% YorkCard discount

The GYF New Comedian of the Year 2016: Heats
The Tea Pot
Friday 15 – Saturday 30 July, 5.30pm

Simon Munnery: Preview
The Turn Pot
Friday 15 & Saturday 16 July, 8pm

Juliette Burton: Decision Time
The Tea Pot
Friday 15 July, 8pm

John Pendal: International Man of Leather
The Tea Pot
Friday 15 & Saturday 16 July, 9.30pm

Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales
The White Rose Rotunda
Saturday 16 – Sunday 31 July
Offer only valid for Monday & Tuesday performances

Just Like That! The Tommy Cooper Show
The Tea Pot
Saturday & Sunday 16 & 17 and 23 & 24 July, 4pm

Bilal Zafar: Cakes
The Tea Pot
Tuesday 19 July, 8pm

Grand Old Uke of York
The White Rose Rotunda
Tuesday 19 July, 7.30pm

Ellie Taylor: Infidelliety
The Turn Pot
Tuesday 19 July, 8.30pm

Danny McGloughlin: Phillip Was Right – Preview
The Gillygate Shed
Tuesday 19 July, 8.30pm

Holy Moly & The Crackers
The Turn Pot
Wednesday 20 July, 8pm

Pete Firman: Preview
The Tea Pot
Wednesday 20 July, 8pm

Archie Maddocks: Shirts vs Skin
The Tea Pot
Thursday 21 July, 6.30pm

Felicity Ward: 50% More Likely to Die
The White Rose Rotunda
Thursday 21 July, 7pm

Matt Reed: Gincredible 2
The Turn Pot
Thursday 21 July, 8pm

Doug Segal: I Can Make You Feel Good
The Tea Pot
Thursday 21 July, 8pm

Alfie Brown: Preview
The Gillygate Shed
Friday 22 July, 8.30pm

Darius Davies: Road to Wrestlemania
The Tea Pot
Friday 22 July, 9.30pm

Jamali Maddix: Chickens Come Home To Roost – Preview
The Gillygate Shed
Friday 22 July, 10pm

Kaminari UK present MATSURI
The Turn Pot
Saturday 23 July, 4pm & Sunday 24 July, 6pm

Caspar Thomas: Magic & Mentalism
The Gillygate Shed
Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 July, 4pm

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical
The White Rose Rotunda
Saturday 23 July, 4.30pm & 6.30pm

Tony Law: Preview
The White Rose Rotunda
Saturday 23 July, 8pm & Sunday 24 July, 6pm

The Delightful Sausage
The Tea Pot
Saturday 23 July, 8pm

Amir Khoshsokhan: Shhhh
The Gillygate Shed
Saturday 23 July, 8.30pm

Glenn Wool: Preview
The Turn Pot
Saturday 23 July, 9.30pm

Jonny Pelham: Fool’s Paradise
The Gillygate Shed
Sunday 24 July, 2pm

Carol Robson: Just Saying How It Is
The Tea Pot
Sunday 24 July, 8pm

Masud Milas: Routes – Preview
The Gillygate Shed
Monday 25 July, 5.30pm

Abandoman: Life + Rhymes
The White Rose Rotunda
Monday 25 July, 8pm

Amy Gledhill: Making a Show of Herself
The Gillygate Shed
Monday 25 July, 8.30pm

The Thinking Drinkers: Around the World in 80 Drinks
The Turn Pot
Tuesday 26 – Sunday 31 July, 6pm

Alexis Dubus Verses The World
The Tea Pot
Wednesday 27 July, 6.30pm

Max & Ivan: Our Story
The White Rose Rotunda
Wednesday 27 July, 8pm

Sofie Hagen: Shimmer Shatter
The Tea Pot
Wednesday 27 & Thursday 28 July, 8pm

Marcel Lucont’s Whine List
The Tea Pot
Wednesday 27 July, 9.30pm

Will Seaward: Magnificent Bastard
The Tea Pot
Friday 29 July, 8pm

Gabriel Ebulue: Hip Punk
The Tea Pot
Friday 29 July, 9.30pm

Morgan & West’s Utterly Spiffing Spectacular Magic Show For Kids (And Childish Grown Ups!)
The Turn Pot
Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 July, 2.30pm

Chris Stokes: The Man Delusion – Preview
The Gillygate Shed
Saturday 30 July, 4pm

Shane Todd: Holywood To Hollywood
The Gillygate Shed
Saturday 30 July, 7pm

Curtis Eller’s American Circus
The Turn Pot
Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 July, 10pm

Abi Roberts: Anglichanka
The Tea Pot
Sunday 31 July, 7pm

Alistair Williams: I’ve Started So I’m Finished
The Gillygate Shed
Sunday 31 July, 7pm