International Seasons 2019
Brighton Fringe prides itself on being a global festival, and this year we are pleased to welcome some of the best contemporary performances and events by artists from Australia, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Iceland, Korea, Netherlands, Norway and Sweden as part of our International Seasons programme.
Dare to discover intergalactic adventures from Norway, virtual reality theatre from Iceland, Scandinavian burlesque, feminist/queer stand-up comedy, and much more. Our Nordic season comprises of 50 performances from 12 award-winning companies across six days, all performing at The Old Market.
This year each Dutch season company is also hosting a workshop; learn to improvise a song, find yourself with dance, question what you understand as the ‘truth’ or play with clay. Check out the opposite page for dates, times and more information on these workshops.
What the Press Said!
“A groundbreaking season of shows” The Stage
“Sinister puppetry, puzzling mimes, steamy erotica; it has it all” Culture Calling
“A chance to view some of the very best cutting-edge work from The Netherlands” The Reviews Hub
Dutch Season 2019
In 2019 we bring you the very best from Amsterdam Fringe. See award-winning shows and experience some of the most exciting work to come out of the Netherlands in the past few years. This year each event is also hosting a workshop, so grab yourself a ticket and get inspired.
Nordic Season 2019
Fancy some Daddy Issues from Sweden? Intergalactic adventures from Norway? Your most secret desires from Finland? Virtual reality theatre from Iceland? A performance lecture from Denmark? Or maybe some Scandinavian burlesque, dance, folk song, site specific performance, online dating drama or feminist/queer stand-up comedy? On the menu at The Old Market: 50 performances from 12 award-winning companies across six days in one location!
Freedom Season 2019
The Freedom Season is a programme of more than 150 events that are accessible to a range of audiences with particular access needs, including those with visible and invisible disabilities. The season also showcases and supports the work of Deaf, disabled and neuro-diverse participants.