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If you aren’t from Brighton you might not have heard of the Brighton Fringe Festival. It is one of the largest art festivals in England and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world.
There will be a wide-ranging collection of acts – a whole month of fantastic performances, dances, workshops, crafts, debates, installations, choirs, comedy, circus, cabaret, puppetry, poetry and lots, lots more!
This isn’t just a spectator sport, if you want to showcase your act at Brighton Fringe then you can can get more information here but hurry because registration closes 30th January 2015. It is an open access festival which means no selection criteria is imposed on participants.
If like me you aren’t particularly arty or gifted, but are a patron of the arts then the various Friends of Brighton Fringe membership schemes might be right up your street. Starting at just £15, the scheme offers year-round benefits including discounts in Brighton’s best restaurants, bars and hotels as well as 2 for 1 tickets during the Fringe, no booking fees, an advance copy of the brochure and invites to VIP events.
Have you ever considered taking part in Brighton Fringe? I’d love to hear about it!
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