Tickets are now on sale for England’s largest arts festival, Brighton Fringe 2016 supported by The Pebble trust. There will nearly one thousand events including cabaret, comedy, dance and theatre shows.  If you love cabaret and circus then the mobile game show ‘Would you Rather’ by The Dilemma Girls is free to attend and is a hilarious and unique walk-about performance with prizes awarded to the best contestants. Alternatively, Stu Turner a well known regular in London’s west end, brings together cabaret, comedy and magic whilst he hosts ‘A bit of Magic’.


Every weekend of Brighton Fringe 2016 there will be a free outdoor Fringe City event in the centre of Brighton with acrobatics, children’s workshops, choirs, installations and surreal walkabout performers. The following are Fringe City event dates:


Saturday 7th May, Sunday 8th May

Saturday 14th May, Sunday 15th May

Saturday 21st May, Sunday 22nd May

Friday 27th May (Brighton Fringe All-Nighter)

Saturday 28th May, Sunday 29th May


The Brighton Fringe All-Nighter on New Road will be suitable for everyone, free to attend and lasts for four hours starting at 6pm with live outdoor entertainment including acrobatics, burlesque, circus, musical theatre and live music.


There are many family friendly Brighton Fringe events including puppetry and over one hundred and fifty of these are detailed in the printed Family Guide that can be picked up from the Brighton Spiegeltent, 1 Stop Travel and New Road Box Offices.


The White House Hotel in Kemp Town is short walk from Brighton seafront and City Centre where many of the Brighton Fringe events will take place. There are many restaurants close by where you can grab a bite to eat before or after the shows and the White House serve award winning breakfasts every day.


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