Brighton art festival fringe

Art: Brighton Fringe celebrates, registration still open

Lockdown updates have given renewed hope that Brighton Fringe 2021 will be going ahead in all its wonderful glory.

Registration for Brighton Fringe 2021 is still open, and with the good news over lockdown easing, it is shaping up to be an absolute belter.

Brighton Fringe is imploring us all to #CelebrateFringe ahead of the Spring showcase. Taking place on 28 May – 27 June 2021, Fringe will (all things being equal) be able to operate outdoor performances with next to no restrictions, and welcome visitors to indoor events at a 50 percent capacity.

Organisers successfully ran an online-centric Autumn Fringe in, as you’d expect, the tail end of last, and recently announced that the 2021 edition will be taking place slightly later in the year than usual.

However, with step three of the government’s lockdown reopening plan tentatively slated to come into play on 17 May, we can all now cross our fingers and look forward to a bigger and better Fringe celebration this coming spring/summer.

For those wishing to take part in Fringe 2021, now that the road ahead looks a little bit clearer, registrations are still open ON THIS LINK.

“Brighton Fringe is the largest multi-arts festival in England and a completely open-access platform for events. Whether you’re an artist, performer, promoter, venue manager, producer or a business, there are several ways you can benefit from taking part, and the Brighton Fringe team are here to help you make the most of your experience,” commented festival organisers.

“Brighton Fringe 2021 will run from 28 May – 27 June. You can register your events up until 23:59 on 2 April 2021.”

Image: Alice in Wonderland by Let’s All Dance by BOAT – 16 Beasley St Photography

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