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Brighton Fringe 2015 gets support of The Stage

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May 2015 will see the return of the Brighton Fringe, one of the largest arts festival in England, and this year The Stage will be providing more coverage than ever before. In 2014 the Brighton Fringe had 3,564 performances at 183 venues and 2015 is set to be even bigger.

This year The Stage will be increasing its coverage of the festival with more performance reviews than any other national publication.

In May you will be able to find all The Stage reviews online by searching for Brighton Fringe in the search bar and throughout the festival The Stage website will have a special Brighton tab in the navigation bar.

Plus in print, the Thursday edition will carry Brighton focused reviews throughout May, alongside nationwide reviews.

The Stage will also supply ‘reviewed by The Stage’ logos to any production reviewed which can be used online and in any marketing materials.


If you would like to find out more about The Stage’s Brighton Fringe 2015 coverage, or if your production is reviewed and you would like to feature your icon, please contact marketing@thestage.co.uk

To be considered for review send a press release to emma.at.thestage.co.uk by 5pm on Friday, April 17. You must include the title, venue, full run dates and time, cast list, production credits and background info on your company.

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