Brighton Fringe has opened event registration is now inviting everyone to take part in England’s largest arts festival which will be four weeks long next year.
The online registration form will be open from noon on until February 4 to anyone who wants to showcase their talent in front of a live audience.
Julian Caddy, managing director of Brighton Fringe, said: “Brighton Fringe provides a completely open-access platform to both established and emerging artists, and Brighton Fringe venues can be anything from a taxicab to a large theatre space.
“For the first time ever the festival will run for an extra week in 2013, incorporating the May half-term and both bank holidays.
“Brighton Fringe should appeal to all ages and backgrounds, so it seems a logical step in its development to also include the half-term break, giving performers, producers and artists the platform to offer even more to the family and youth audience whilst also reaching, and further contributing to, the influx of visitors to the city in that period.”
Interested artists, promoters and audience members are asked to sign up to Brighton Fringe e-newsletters on www.brightonfringe.org.
People can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, people can call 01273 765900 to find out more about how to take part in Brighton Fringe.
The Brighton Fringe programme will be launched online mid-February and the printed brochure will hit the streets mid-March.