Art on show in Brighton and Hove & East and West Sussex
Brighton Fringe is the largest arts festival in England and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world; what makes it exceptional is that it is set in an iconic city with unique cultural heritage. It sets out to stimulate, educate and entertain a wide audience by providing a showcase for diverse art forms. It takes place every May and for the third year, 2015 sees Brighton Fringe running for 4-weeks (1- 31 May).
Brighton Fringe is a completely open access festival, which means no artistic judgement or selection criteria are imposed on participants, enabling the development of both new and established work to attract fresh audiences, press and promoters.
Brighton Fringe has grown out of and is inspired by home-grown creativity; despite the size, Brighton Fringe has a community feel and it offers support for local acts as well as those visiting from further afield
Why not start by reading our FAQs or browsing our Venue Directory. If you’re looking to fund your event, see the Funding Opportunities & Awards section for details of revenue streams exclusive to Brighton Fringe participants.
The Participant Services team are here to help at every step of the way, so get in touch to let us know your plans or if you have any questions.
Registration for Brighton Fringe 2015 is now open!
To access the Registration Form, click here.
For more information about taking part click here.
Registration opens – October 20 2014
Early Bird discount period – October 20 – December 15 2014
Registration deadline – January 30 2015
For information on ticket settlements, click here.
via Brighton Fringe.