Budgeting is essential to making sure you can cover the costs of taking part in Brighton Fringe. Before registering your event, use our handy budget calculator to make sure you are covering all areas of your finances, including venue hire, accommodation costs, travel, printing and insurance. These are just some of the areas you will need to plan for when budgeting.
What costs are involved in running an event as part of Brighton Fringe?
Costs vary depending on the size and budget of your event; Brighton Fringe does not produce or curate work. Your event must be funded by you and your budget will need to include the following:
- Your production costs
- Venue hire
- Accommodation (download our Digs List)
- Wages and living costs
- Marketing (adverts, posters etc.)
- Registration fee
- Commission on ticket sales
What commission do I pay on tickets?
We levy a commission rate of 7.8% (inc VAT) on the value of tickets sold through the Brighton Fringe Box Office.
What is the average ticket price?
The average ticket price in 2019 was £9.74.