AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM BRIGHTON FRINGE
Following the announcement by the UK Government urging the general public not to visit “pubs, clubs, or theatres” and advice from Brighton & Hove City Council, Brighton Fringe has announced that it will be postponing the festival, due to run 1 – 31 May, until September/October 2020.
Brighton Fringe is contacting all stakeholders and has issued a public statement from Brighton Fringe CEO Julian Caddy, which can be found here.
We’re encouraging companies to liaise directly with their venues about the possibility of delaying their event to this later Autumn festival. We’ll be in touch soon with next steps for rescheduling events and the process for doing this.
Registration fees for Brighton Fringe 2020 (May) can be rolled over to these later dates and we’re looking forward to welcoming as many of you as possible then.
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Brighton Fringe is offering ticket buyers the opportunity to hold their tickets on account to be reused for either the rescheduled festival dates or Brighton Fringe 2021. In some cases, we will be offering audiences the option of converting their ticket into a donation that will be given to participating artists to help mitigate the financial impact. If events are unable to reschedule and therefore have to cancel, ticket buyers are entitled to a refund.
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