Brighton Fringe is a completely open access festival, which means no artistic judgment or selection criteria are imposed on participants, enabling the development of both new and established work to attract fresh audiences, press and promoters.
Brighton Fringe has grown out of and is inspired by home-grown creativity: more than 30% of events are put on by artistic companies based in Brighton & Hove.
The programme is split up into 12 main event categories. These are: Cabaret & Circus, Comedy, Dance & Physical Theatre, Events & Film, Kids & Youth, Literature & Spoken Word, Music, Nightlife, Theatre, Tours, Visual Arts and Workshops.
Three essentials to taking part
Anyone and everyone is encouraged to take part. The three main components to participating in Brighton Fringe are:
Your event can be anything you like… a comedy sketch, a musical, an exhibition, an installation, a tour, a film or a book fair.
Your event can he held anywhere you like… a theatre, a pub, a taxi, a sewer, a park, a tent, a beach hut, a café, or your own house!
Your event can take place at any time between 1-31 May 2020; be it a one night show or a 30 day run – it’s up to you!