Brighton Fringe 2019

England's largest arts festival and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world.

Brighton Fringe 2019

Image courtesy Brighton Fringe

Festival type: Performing arts

Region: South East

About the festival

Brighton Fringe takes place every May and is a great place to spend the May bank holidays and the summer half-term break.

This vast celebration of all things creative has grown out of, and is inspired by, home-grown talent.

More than 50% of participants are based in Brighton & Hove.

It is committed to helping the arts flourish and is completely open-access, which means anyone can put on a Brighton Fringe event.

No selection criteria are imposed on participants.

This enables both new and established performers to try out new work and take risks.

It also helps artists develop professionally through a range of workshops, mentoring and bursary programmes.

A wide array of critically acclaimed shows and performers also appear at Brighton Fringe each year, drawn by the huge number of appreciative audience members who attend every year.


Starts:Friday 3 May 2019

Ends:Sunday 2 June 2019

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Current festival shows

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Upcoming festival shows

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