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The colour and excitement of Brighton Fringe returns in May to deliver the largest arts festival in England, and the third largest fringe festival in the world. Each year we welcome over half a million people to Brighton & Hove who we hope to stimulate, educate and entertain a wide audience by providing a showcase for diverse art forms in a friendly, supportive environment.

Brighton Fringe is completely unfunded and are only able to do all this thanks to corporate support and partnerships. They’re proud of the positive relationships they build with businesses and have a range of exciting ways to work together tailored to individual needs.

The Brighton Fringe team work all year round to nurture fringe arts in the city and beyond. The organisation connects local, national and international artists and organisations to promote their work, to develop professionally and to meet other artists, promoters, venues and businesses. 

Partners find they have new audiences, increased visibility and enhanced awareness as a result of working with us. Fringe work with key partners to bring brands, products and services to life in innovative and novel ways.

Packages range from Activation Partner (booking a space for a stall, stand or activation) to Headline Sponsor, which includes naming rights and the opportunity for further branding on the Fringe City archway and four performance stages.

Fringe Hub

Unique hosted events are available at the Fringe Hub for artists, producers and corporate partners. Everything is provided for a great party: good food and drink, a beautifully designed and comfortable space, interesting people, great music and some impromptu live performances.

Corporate Packages

Brighton Fringe corporate packages are designed to be as flexible as possible, from a small number of clients, a large team or whole department. It’s even possible to take over a whole night and be a co-host with the Fringe. All packages are bespoke.

Fringe City

A fantastic spot for brand activation, Fringe City takes over pedestrianised New Road in the centre of Brighton every weekend during Fringe. Roaming performers and open air stages showcase the best of Brighton Fringe and offer myriad opportunities for brands to get involved.

Social Media

Brighton Fringe social media engagement continues to grow at an impressive rate and is an excellent way to capitalise on any ‘on the ground’ brand activations. Boasting over 50,000 Twitter followers and a combined Facebook and Instagram audience of 15,000, Brighton Fringe social media support is a strong way to connect.

Julian Caddy, Managing Director of Brighton Fringe, commented, “Brighton Fringe is a really unique opportunity for businesses to support the arts and in turn grow their audience in a very organic way. We’re an exciting, growing festival and value these relationships enormously.”

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