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How to Become a Reviewer for Voice Magazine

Voice is Youth Media Partner at Brighton Fringe, and we’re looking for opinionated young reviewers aged 16-30 years to see shows for free, publish reviews in our magazine and help us to find the Best Newcomer to Brighton Fringe 2018.

  • Sharpen your skills and help you up your game as an arts festival reviewer. 
  • Voice’s Editor Tom Inniss will outline the best way to tackle fringe reporting
  • Key elements to creating an engaging and insightful review, 
  • Q&A session with Voice editors and a previous Voice Reporter to answer your questions about reviewing 

Tuesday 24 April
6:30pm - 8:30pm

Board Room M2, University of Brighton


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Flyering & Face-to-Face Marketing

Need help with your Flyering etiquette? Come along to this workshop hosted by the Brighton Fringe team and Paul Levy of Fringe Review, to get the know how! This FREE workshop focuses on a wide range of issues that affect your ability to flyer effectively, and offers practical suggestions, exercises and solutions to help you get the audience you deserve through face to face marketing.

Tuesday 1st May
6:30 - 8:30pm

Board Room M2
University of Brighton




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Come along to meet fellow performers, venue managers and more!

Networking Events at Fringe Hub

Come along to meet fellow performers, venue managers, arts industry professionals and members of the Brighton Fringe team in our weekly networking meet ups throughout the festival. All participants of Brighton Fringe 2018 are invited! A chance to network in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Join us on any of the following dates:

  • Sunday 6 May: 12 - 1pm
  • Sunday 13 May: 12 -1 pm
  • Sunday 20 May: 12 - 1pm
  • Sunday 27 May: 1 - 2pm

Fringe Hub, beside Brighton Spiegeltent
Old Steine Pleasure Gardens, BN1 1GY

No need to RSVP, just turn up!