In my last blog post I featured what I had enjoyed in January 2015 (January 2015 Favourites) and also discussed the fact that I am looking forward to everything that this year may hold for me. One thing I’ve not taken advantage of, even though I’ve lived in the Brighton area for the past decade, is the Brighton Festival, and more importantly the Brighton Fringe Festival.
I think as a crafter and creative person, the Fringe Festival is something I think I’d really enjoy. Last year, there were shows, get-togethers, workshops, and all kinds of things to get involved in, and now that registration has closed, I’m really looking forward to what the 2015 Brighton Fringe Festival has to offer. Plus, it doesn’t matter if you’re short of money, because there are free events to get involved in – 2014 saw 211 free events take place, and I’m sure that 2015 will see as many, if not more happen.
Brighton Fringe Festival 2015 will take place from 1-31st May 2015 and there are some beautiful venues lined up so far, including One Church, Proud Cabaret, the Dukebox at St Andrews Church, and some of my favourite pubs.
If like me you’re looking forward to seeing what the line-up will include, then keep an eye on the Brighton Fringe website. And if you’re hoping to attend some of the festival events and fancy a discount at some Brighton restaurants, hotels, and spas, 2 for 1 tickets for the Fringe Festival, and invites to VIP events, then why not sign up for Friends of Brighton Fringe membership? Restaurants in Brighton you could get discount for (dependant on level of membership) include some of my favourites, including Curry Leaf Cafe, Verano Lounge, Alcampo Lounge, Foodilic, and Graze.
Here’s hoping the 2015 Brighton Festival Fringe line up is released soon – I’m excited to see what I can go and enjoy!