The fun doesn’t stop here. Due to overwhelming demand and to ensure shows can run safely, Brighton Fringe have extended the dates for the festival to 11 July. There’s plenty more to see this year including award winning shows, tours, comedy, theatre, children's shows and much more.
Brighton Fringe CEO Julian Caddy spoke about the extended dates - ‘Brighton Fringe is different this year and we'd like to thank everyone who has come to enjoy what is on offer, despite the challenges that we are all facing. The core dates of the festival come to an end on 27th June so it may be your last chance to enjoy some of your Fringe favourites. However, there is still much more of Brighton Fringe left to celebrate, with a handful of venues running extended seasons until 11 July, plus many of our digital events available until then too. Restrictions do remain though for everyone's safety, so please follow the guidelines set out on our website and at the venues.’