The Warren Relocate For Brighton Fringe 2019

As we approach the end of the year, many thoughts are already turning to Brighton Fringe. The first big announcement of the Fringe is that our friends from the Otherplace team are relocating their hugely popular venue The Warren to Victoria Gardens for 2019.

The first big announcement of the Fringe is that our friends from the Otherplace team are relocating their hugely popular venue The Warren.

Artistic director Nicola Haydn says, ‘We’re really pleased to have inched closer to the heart of the city. Victoria Gardens offers more space for us to play with and we have exciting plans in the pipeline that will make The Warren 2019 even bigger, better and more exciting for our audiences. We’re looking forward to welcoming old friends and new faces as we embark on a new chapter.’

The move is not slowing them down, as the first shows in their 2019 programme will go on sale on 14th December 2018 and their brochure will be out as usual next March.

We’re really excited to see how The Warren bring their magic to the new venue: bring on Brighton Fringe 2019!

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