For the majority of Brighton Fringe events the Promoters offer a concession price on tickets for certain groups. Brighton Fringe’s standard concession prices apply to:
- Students in full-time or part-time education
- Those registered as being on state benefits
- D/deaf and disabled people
- Senior Citizens (those over 60),
- Under 16’s (provided that the event allows under-16’s)
- Equity members.
On some events there may be additional concession prices available – where that is the case these will be listed specifically against an event that is offering them. For example, if there is an extra discount for children under 12, there will be an Under 12s price listed against an event.
Brighton Fringe, wherever an event promoter has authorised it, offers one complementary ticket to Registered Carers attending an event with a disabled patron.
This is a 4 ticket deal purchased together at a special discounted rate. Family Tickets are available to, unless otherwise stated, 2 adults and 2 children, or to 1 adult and 3 children.
Proof of Status
Please note that for ALL events, proof of concession status will be required either when booking your ticket, collecting your ticket, or on the door of the event you’re attending. If you do not have ID then you will be asked to pay full price.
Although Brighton Fringe endeavours to list accurately whether or not a venue is wheelchair accessible, we rely on the correct information being passed onto us by the event promoter. This means we cannot always guarantee we will have up-to-date information. Patrons should always contact the venue directly for further information and to confirm disabled access.
Brighton Fringe's policy is that a child under the age of 2 does not generally need to have a ticket for events. However, if an event is aimed specifically at young children, or if they would need a seat to themselves (ie. if they were in a carrycot) then it is possible that they will require one. Please check with the Box Office or directly with the venue if you are not sure.
Please note, that even though they do not need a ticket, normal age restrictions still apply. Not all family-friendly performances will be suitable for very young children. We would advise checking the suitability of any event before attending.