Award-winning and inclusive Youth Theatre Company Brightonshed in collaboration with Theatreshed bring their interpretation of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ to Brighton Fringe.
Led by Lebanese violinist Layale Chaker, The Sarafand Ensemble brings you a concert of new original musical compositions where Western classical and contemporary music, Jazz, and A…
Join us for our one-off Fringe City night-time special, celebrating the Brighton Fringe finale weekend.
Join The Fairy Tale Fair at Brighton Open Market for a special Saturday market takeover.
Back for 2017! Another fantastic day out for art lovers everywhere.
All the annual plants, vegetable plants and shrubs that you may need.
Our 2017 sculpture exhibition showcases work by both established and up-and-coming artists.
Celebrate the arrival of the Brighton & Hove Property Consortium’s Charity Cycle Ride with the Mayor of Brighton & Hove as they cross the finish line in New Road to mark the end of…
Before World War One most immigrants to Brighton were French and German speakers from the Continent.
Over 200 years of history from a lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer perspective including Regency Dandies, 1950s lesbian and gay life and political activism.
A strange and amazing masked music group are bringing their unique party to Brighton.
Fringe City is a free outdoor event in the centre of Brighton taking place every weekend of Brighton Fringe 2017.
Fringe City Family Picnic is a free outdoor event taking place on the 6th of May and 27th of May in the Pavilion Gardens.
This is an exhibition of abstract sculpture situated on and around a farmyard in a mid-Sussex rural setting.
A fact-filled walk celebrating our unique city.
A 70 minute tour in the company of either Silas, Jasper or Ebenezer, visiting eight sites, around Brighton’s most haunted quarter.
The land is sick.
Help create a unique adventure playground! Over the course of Brighton Fringe, children and adults of all ages can use hammers, nails, saws, rope and a huge quantity of wood to co-…
Award-nominated sell-out hit HIP returns as an immersive journey through the streets of 1970s Brighton.
Sculptural installation with spoken word performance on The Banjo Groyne inbetween The Palace Pier and Brighton Marina.
In a garden far away, in a world a lot like this one, in a conversation that has already happened, Eddie asks Garland: “What’s it all about?” And Garland answers, “I don’t know.
Meet many cutting-edge local and national artists and buy incredible art direct at the artrepublic Art Yard Sale! Head to Jubilee Square for this spectacular Brighton Fringe climax…
Back for its second year, ‘The Dance Trail’ invites audience members on a journey of contemporary dance performances in unusual spaces around Brighton.
Hot on the heels of their sell-out Club Tropicana events and Funk The Family festivals, Funk The Format curates a magical, musical shindig.
A UFO has crashed over Brighton and your help is needed to save them from the Agents In Black.
Join Doris La Trine and Lotta Quizeen on their first day out of rehab.
Funk The Family returns for another magical instalment of fantastical fun for all the family.
An intensive, three-day urban sketching on-location workshop, led by world class sketchers, Isabel Carmona, Swasky and Rolf Schroeter.
Join us for our one-off Fringe City night-time special, as part of the Fringe All-Nighter.
A phone rings.
Embassy Court’s time-travelling cocktail bar returns to celebrate this modernist building’s 80th birthday.
2016 commemorates 400 years since Shakespeare’s death and the BRIT School mark this event with their annual Shakespeare season at Brighton Fringe.
The show must go on!
The guerrilla Pimp My Busk crew will be ambushing unsuspecting festival buskers with a sprinkle of razzamatazz, a dash of glamour and a pinch of pazazz.
Join Shoreham port for a unique behind-the-scenes tour from the water.
A vibrant re-imagining of Burnett’s classic story with an inclusive cast of young actors, bringing the garden to life through music, dance and umbrellas.
Enter the world of sight loss!
Experience works created by both sighted and visually impaired artists.
Get a taste for Brighton Fringe 2016 at our outdoor showcase.
Bring your picnic blankets and hamper down to Brighton’s biggest family picnic with free family friendly performances, games, crafts and activities galore.
The Clifton Hill and Montpelier area is a charming, inner-city architectural gem that is the essence of Brighton style.
Why is Brighton the LGBTQ capital of the United Kingdom? That’s the question tour guide Ric Morris poses at the start of Piers & Queers, a queer-historical walking tour that span…
“A fascinating stroll through the city’s association with the occult, packed with detail and entertainingly dodgy conjecture” **** (The Argus).
Enjoy a taste-bud-tickling day out at the UK’s biggest celebration of food and drink.
Our sculpture exhibition is a celebration of art and sculpture, showcasing works by both established and up-and-coming artists.
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