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How to Fringe

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ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED ABOUT TICKET PURCHASING

1. PICK AN EVENT

FESTIVAL PROGRAMME

You can browse the full programme and buy tickets at brightonfringe.org/whats-on. The first release of tickets for the 2023 festival are on sale from 2 December 2022, with the final release on 17 February 2023. Any late coming events will be added on a weekly rolling basis from 1 March 2023.

Icons on each listing show information such as 2-for-1 offers, accessibility and more. 

Brighton Fringe 2017 Brochure

2. BOOK TICKETS

THROUGH OUR WEBSITE

Visit brightonfringe.org/whats-on to buy tickets 24 hours a day and browse events by genre, date, price, venue or accessibility options.

AT THE BOX OFFICE

Visit us at the box office, 2023 dates and times TBC.

ON THE TELEPHONE

01273 91 72 72 | Tues - Fri | 14.00-17.00

The box office will close for Christmas on Thursday 22 December and re-open on Tuesday 3 January.

BOOKING FEES 

We charge a £1 booking fee per ticket, up to a maximum of £6. This booking fee contributes directly to the charity that administers Brighton Fringe year on year.

TICKETS

All tickets for Brighton Fringe 2023 are e-tickets, which you can print out or show on your phone.

3. TICKET TYPES

  • Fringe Friends 2-for-1 tickets: 2-for-1 offers are available to Friends of Brighton Fringe. The 2-for-1 offer is only available on specific event dates, highlighted in listings. Please ensure you have a valid Friends of Fringe membership before attempting to purchase 2-for-1 tickets. To join, click here.

  • Name Your Price tickets: Name Your Price tickets allow you to decide how much you can afford to pay for an event, up to £20. Pull the slider and name your price. 

  • Free: Some free events may be ticketed. You will need to book a ticket to attend these events. Some free events are non-ticketed. Most free shows ask for donations to be paid at the event.

  • Concessions: General concession prices are available to students, those receiving benefits, the unemployed, senior citizens (over 60), under 16s, students, D/deaf and disabled people and Equity members.

  • Personal Assistant tickets: Personal Assistants and carers are entitled to free tickets when attending an event with someone they care for. Please email [email protected] to get set up as a Personal Assistant.

  • Family tickets: 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.

  • Group of 4 tickets: Some events are offering a 5% discount to those booking in groups of four to nine people. See individual events for details.

  • Group of 10 tickets: Some events are offering a 10% discount to those booking in groups of ten or more people. See individual events for details.

  • Babes in Arms: All children under the age of two years can attend an event for free, as long as they remain on a guardian’s lap. This policy applies to all shows unless otherwise stated.

4. GETTING HERE

BY TRAIN

Travel sustainably this year with Southern Rail and Thameslink services from across the South East of England. 

Trains run between Central London and Brighton approximately every 20 minutes. There are many coastal connections from across the south, too. Check for scheduled engineering works ahead of travelling. For timetables, visit southernrailway.com.

BY COACH

National Express has regular coaches from London Victoria, the main London Airports and other locations nationwide. Coaches arrive at Pool Valley Coach Station in Central Brighton. For timetables and fares, visit nationalexpress.co.uk.

BY CAR

There is excellent public transport throughout Brighton & Hove, but if you choose to drive, car parks are clearly signposted around the city. Bay parking is available throughout the city and can be paid for using parking metres or via PayByPhone. For more information, visit brighton-hove.gov.uk/parking.

BY PLANE

Gatwick Airport has regular 25-minute train services direct to Brighton. Southampton Airport and other major London airports are also within easy reach, so you can get to Brighton Fringe from anywhere in the world!

5. GETTING AROUND

WALKING AND CYCLING: Much of Brighton Fringe happens in the heart of the city and is easily accessible by foot and bicycle. You can hire BTN Bike Share bicycles from various locations across Brighton. For availability, prices and payment options, visit btnbikeshare.com.

BY BUS: Brighton & Hove has excellent bus services for getting around the city and travelling in from the surrounding areas. You can now tap on and off all Brighton and Hove buses using your contactless card, or download the B&H Buses app to find a wide variety of paperless ticket options. For more information visit buses.co.uk

BY TAXI: Taxis are available 24 hours a day and taxi ranks can be found throughout the city.

Brighton Fringe 2017 Brochure

6. WHERE TO EAT

Check out our partners website Restaurants Brighton for the best places to eat in the city for a pre or post-show bite.

7. GET SOCIAL

Join the conversation by using #BrightonFringe and #JourneyIntoFringe and get connected at your favourite network: 

Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Brighton Fringe 2017 Brochure

8. VOTE

Vote in the Brighton Fringe Audience Choice Awards! Every event and venue registered at Brighton Fringe is in the running to take home the coveted Audience Choice Award. Each audience member gets only one vote for best event, and one vote for best venue. Final votes cast are taken on the last day of Fringe. Venues and events are weighted according to their maximum capacity, so even the smallest venue and one-off events are still in the running.

 

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