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“Best Venue” The Marlborough Theatre calls for applications to Brighton Fringe 2015

~ Marlborough Theatre venue ~
Winners of last year’s “Best Venue” award at Brighton Fringe 2014, The Marlborough Theatre, are now welcoming applications for their 2015 programme.

Taking place throughout May at hundreds of venues across Brighton and Hove, Brighton Fringe is England’s largest arts festival and the third largest open access arts festival in the world. Every year the showcase of diverse art forms offers both local talent and artists from across the globe the opportunity to find new audiences and gain valuable media exposure. The Marlborough is at the heart of this fantastic celebration of culture.  

The Marlborough Theatre is one of the best equipped and flexible small-scale spaces on the Fringe. The beautiful proscenium arch stage, complete with velvet curtains, sits above a friendly and eclectic pub and hosts over 30 shows each year during the festival. Throughout the rest of the year The Marlborough continues to present exciting and boundary-pushing work to a diverse public from all walks of life. It’s also the home of Pink Fringe, year-round producers of Queer performance.
Last year’s line-up on the Fringe included “Best Performance” award winning play “Thief” by Liam Rudden, Argus Angel for comedy to Casual ViolenceRosana Cade’s Sister”, named Outstanding Show by Fringe Review, and two sell-out shows by comedy stars of the future Sleeping Trees. In previous years they have also attracted work by the likes of Neil Bartlett and Bette Bourne.

Outside Marlborough Theatre
The Marlborough Theatre team are now looking for the best fringe theatre, comedy, cabaret and performance to fill their programme.

The Marlborough Theatre’s Autumn Season kicks off on Thursday October 16th, so there are lots of reasons to check out the venue while applications are open!

Notes to Editors
-          The Marlborough Theatre won “Best Venue” at The Latest Festival and Fringe awards 2014, and “Thief” by Liam Rudden won “Best Performance”. You can see a full list of awards here: The Latest 2014 awards
-          Application details: DrinkinBrighton Marlborough application
-          Autumn programme: Marlborough Autumn programme

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