The Warren is a festival-within-a-festival taking place every year in the heart of Brighton. Offering experiential escapism set amongst a variety of bars, theatres and food concessions, acts straddling all genres entertain the public with thousands of individual performances across 32 days.
The Warren site provides access to live entertainment and the arts, along with the simple joys of eating out, socialising with friends and a great night out in amongst the many visually stylish corners of the site.
May 27 - July 11 2021
The Electric Arcade is a brand new live theatre, comedy, music and film venue nestled on Brighton beach, near the Palace Pier. This multifunctional space will provide a creative hub for Brighton’s diverse arts sector and access to high-quality live performance to the city’s discerning audiences.
Featuring two studio theatres and a main cabaret stage within its organic urban design, The Gaiety and The Pit also offer affordable rehearsal space for local artists right in the heart of the city.
The Warren on the Beach was an innovative and imaginatively designed response to the COVID-19 pandemic, enabling Otherplace to provide socially distanced entertainment following the first lockdown of 2020. It offers comedy, music and theatre in a Covid-secure, open-air setting, with one of the UK’s iconic views as the most stunning of backdrops.
Returning in 2021, this evolving space will offer a diverse programme of live performance. The perfect venue to spend a summer’s evening, enjoying a drink and watching a show with the sound of waves crashing against Brighton’s famous pebble beach.
23 July - 30 Aug 2021
THE OUTDOOR SEASON.
Set up in 2006 to provide a platform for the next generation of talented comics, Brighton Comedy Fringe established itself as the home of the best new talent around. Returning after a hiatus with a new improved format, expect to see the best new shows from the best new talents.
Previous editions of Brighton Comedy Fringe have featured Seann Walsh, Romesh Ranganathan, Angela Barnes, Josie Long, Robin Ince, Gavin Osborn and Simon Munnery.