The Pebble Trust Awards

Each year the Pebble Trust support 3 young artists based in Sussex to present work at Brighton Fringe. The award winners receive £300 towards their production costs, a paid for Brighton Fringe registration and mentoring support from Industry Professionals. 

The winners for Brighton Fringe 2020 are:

Rosie and the Badly Kept Secret by JamJar

Raccoons are hard to come by by Pindrop Productions

Wonder by Aoife Mackew

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Brighton Fringe International Touring Bursary

All I See Is You by Katherine Smith

The outgoing touring bursary enables the winner to tour their Fringe event to one or more international Fringe festivals. Up to £2,500 is available to be put towards travel, accommodation and other related costs. Judges from The Pebble Trust and the World Fringe network select the winning event, which is announced at the Awards Ceremony held on the final Sunday of Brighton Fringe. Entrants must be from Sussex.

Previous winners:

2019: Queer Street Productions: “All I See is You”

2018: Thick & Tight: “A Night with Thick & Tight”

2017: Cinebra: “A History of Horror”

2016: Alfie Ordinary: “Help! I think I might be Fabulous!”

In addition to the outgoing touring bursary, The Pebble Trust offer up to £2,500 for an award winner from an international Fringe to bring their event to Brighton. 

2020: Party Snake by U Mad? Productions

Previous Winners: 

2019: Art Source 031 (South Africa): “Sullied” (Click here for 2020 performances at Brighton Fringe)

2018: Sirqus Alfon (Sweden): I am Somebody

2017: Rob van Vuuren (South Africa): “Dangled” 

2016: James Cairns (South Africa): “Dirt”

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12 Moon Swims with Brighton's Salty Seabirds by Coral Evans
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Over £19k of bursary funding up for grabs. Apply now!

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