Brighton Fringe was kick-started with a bank holiday weekender of free, outdoor fun at Fringe City on Jubilee Square! We were joined by the best of festival for three days of action-packed performances. Thank you to all who came down to our al-fresco celebration of all things Fringe!
Punters enjoyed a wide range of entertainment on the Infinity Foods stage, hosted by Billie Gold and packed with free performances from across the Brighton Fringe programme plus regular pop up circus theatre from our resident performers Fit Up Productions.
Check the links below for a full schedule of what went down:
And that’s not all! We’ll also had:
- WTF Just Happened by the Socially Engaged Arts Salon: a socially distanced 1-to-1 conversation with an artist to explore the lived experience during the pandemic. Create some artwork together through a safe and shared co-production.
- Ping Pong tables
- The Heart Bus: The Heart Movement Bus is an open-access community space and mobile workshop creating opportunities for people to experience the benefits of mindfulness, listening spaces and the technology of heart intelligence.
Eat & Drink
We’re delighted to have worked with some local food and drink traders to keep you hydrated and sated at Fringe City this year – after all, watching Fringe shows is hungry work!