How to get to Brighton
Trains between London Victoria and Brighton run approximately every 20 minutes.Trains run between Bedford and Brighton up to four times an hour throughout the day with the last train leaving Brighton at 23:37 on weekdays and 23:42 on weekends. For timetables and fares visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Always check before you travel - we recommend the National Rail app or website for the most up to date information on live trains
National Express runs a regular service from London Victoria to the Pool Valley coach station near the Old Steine. For timetables and fares, visit www.nationalexpress.com
Brighton is approximately 60 miles from London via the M23. Car parks are clearly signposted in the city and there is metered parking in many areas.
From Further Afield
Gatwick Airport is 25 miles north of the city and has a regular, 25-minute train service direct to the city. Newhaven Ferry Port is 8 miles to the east of the city and has a regular bus service (12, 14) into the city centre.
Getting Around the City
On foot: Walking between most Brighton Fringe venues is easy.
By taxi: Brighton & Hove Radio Cabs have a fleet of over 300 vehicles and offer their services 365 days of the year. To book a taxi call 01273 20 40 60
By bike: Most venues in Brighton Fringe are within cycling distance of the city centre and Brighton or Hove rail stations. Make sure you lock your bike considerately.
By bus: Brighton & Hove buses are an excellent way of getting around town - for full details of bus times, visit www.buses.co.uk. Day tickets are great value and can be bought on the bus, in advance for less from the 1 Stop Travel shop (26 North Street) or online or through their mobile app. Call 01273 886 200 for further details.