The Warren will not be taking place in 2022 as Otherplace Productions works to improve its operations. The company, which has run the pop-up venue for the past decade, will step back from this year's Brighton Fringe as it addresses the financial challenges it experienced in 2021. Otherplace deeply regrets any distress caused by late payment of artists, staff and suppliers during the 2021 Fringe. The company will work towards a return to Brighton Fringe in 2023.
Brighton Fringe Ltd is a registered charity and runs the central administration of England’s largest annual arts festival, Brighton Fringe, which will take place between 6 May and 5 June 2022. Tickets for 350 events are now on sale, with over 60 venues across the city participating so far, with many more appearing online over the coming weeks. Tickets are available now at www.brightonfringe.org and the Brighton Fringe mobile app.
If you have any queries or concerns, please contact us.
If you were programmed at an Otherplace Productions venue (The Warren or the Electric Arcade) for Brighton Fringe and need help in finding an alternative venue, please get in touch with Amy and Cameron from our Participant Services team on [email protected] or call 01273 764 907.
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