Brighton & Hove Pride supports new LGBTQ+ work for Brighton Fringe 2022

Brighton & Hove Pride are delighted to have awarded 5 bursaries to performers/producers in the LGBTQ+ community or allies creating work with an LGBTQ+ narrative for Brighton Fringe 2022.

Our mission is to support high-quality, innovative, inspirational and engaging work to entertain, inform, educate and thereby enrich the cultural life of the LGBTQ+ community and the residents of Brighton & Hove.

The 5 successful artists from all the applicants will each receive £250 towards registration fees and other costs as well as support in kind such as social media support etc.

AND THE WINNERS ARE…

Harry Wright: Smalltown Boy

15th-18th May at The Walrus
Gay boy with autism explores a lifetime of trying to fit in with other men, with mixed results.
https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/harry-wright-smalltown-boy-153009/


NoAgEnDeR: Tell Me Why?

19th-22nd May at Ironworks Studios
A musical stage show that celebrates our cast’s right to live as their authentic selves without apology or judgement. We are who we are!
https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/tell-me-why-146910/

Ingenious Fools: The Undiagnosables

15th May at The Walrus
Showcasing some of the best up and coming disabled, LGBTQ+ and neurodiverse comics on the UK circuit!
https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/the-undiagnosables-161092/

Bert Alert: I Can’t Believe It’s Not Gender

23rd-25th May at The Caxton Arms
A chaotic and ridiculous exploration of the rituals of life and how queer people navigate, reinvent and destroy them!
https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/i-cant-believe-its-not-gender-162771/

Horseplay: Bareback

17th/18th May at The Walrus
Following their smash-hit Witch Hunt, Derek Mitchell & Kathy Maniura turn their character-led narrative style to another kaleidoscopic story. Bareback is about performance and sex. It’s fast. It’s honest. It’s wigs!
https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/bareback-140562/

Read more at

brighton-pride.org/brighton-hove-pride-supports-new-lgbtq-work-for-brighton-fringe/