Brighton Fringe 2019 in Numbers Fringe City by David Smith
Thank you to everyone who made Brighton Fringe 2019 the biggest so far. Here's what the festival looked like in numbers...
Attendees experienced Brighton Fringe
Tweets included #brightonfringe during the festival
Events were hosted throughout the city
Performances took place across 164 venues
International events were showcased
Countries were represented. Performers travelled from countries including Australia, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Iceland, Korea, Netherlands, Norway and Sweden to perform
Accessible events part of our Freedom Season took place, a massive increase from 16 in 2018
Of Freedom Season events offered additional accessibility at the Fringe this year, for example many events were BSL interpreted, audio described, touch tours, relaxed performances, and/or captioned
Events were world premieres
Visitors attended Fringe City, our free street festival that takes place every weekend in May
Of financial support was granted to Brighton Fringe participants in 2019, helping productions reach their full potential
It has been our most successful year so far, but we are already looking forward to smashing these numbers at Brighton Fringe 2020!