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Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe takes place every May in Brighton and Hove. The festival includes theatre performances and comedy shows.

Revived for Brighton Fringe after a well-received run at the Old Red Lion in 2014, the Dot Collective’s Brainville at Night, staged to coincide...

The involvement of Hastings actor Emily Carding is a byword for a must-see on the Brighton Fringe. Known for her interactive, one-woman productions of...

Journalist and playwright Henry C Krempels has written before about his experiences on the ‘immigration train', the overnight connection from Venice to Paris via...

The Brighton Fringe, England’s biggest fringe festival, opens today. Taking place in venues across Brighton and Hove, it runs until June 3. In 2017,...

Next week, the 51st Brighton Fringe, England’s largest fringe festival and the third biggest in the world, begins. Over the following four weeks, more than 500,000 audience...

Venue operator Sweet, which runs spaces at the Edinburgh and Brighton fringes, is to open a second permanent space in Brighton and expand its...

Outside of its annual May madness, Brighton Fringe is busy on the road throughout the rest of the year building links with other fringes...

This pocket epic takes place at an atmospheric new venue at the Brighton Fringe. The Cave is a tiny walled courtyard in the basement...

Nicole Henriksen is an Australian performer and writer of alternative solo comedy. She is debuting her first theatre work Makin’ It Rain, which is...
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