Join us at this afternoon workshop to find out how to become an accredited reviewer of the Brighton Fringe Freedom Season of accessible events.
The workshop will provide a detailed brief on what we’re looking for, explain how the reviewing process will work and teach you how to book events to review.
We’ll discuss the key elements to creating an engaging and accessible review, and run a Q&A session with Gus Garside from the Creative Minds Project to answer your questions about reviewing accessible events.
We encourage reviewers of all abilities, experience and backgrounds to attend, especially those who consider themselves disabled or have access needs.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Freedom Season reviewers group will be run in collaboration with Carousel and Creative Minds.
The Brighton Fringe Freedom Season
The Freedom Season is a programme of events that are accessible to a range of audiences with access needs, including those with physical and invisible disabilities. The season also showcases and supports the work of Deaf and disabled participants.
The Fringe Academy aims to create an opportunity for individuals looking to expand their knowledge and understanding of the arts, providing skills based training, advice and support targeted at young people and those looking to work within the arts.
4 May – 3 June 2018
Brighton Fringe is an open-access arts festival held annually in Brighton, England. Dating back to 1967, it became a registered charity in 2006. It is the largest annual arts festival in England and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world. Brighton Fringe 2018 will take place from 4 May – 3 June 2018. Currently, the programme for 2018 includes over 4000 performances and events at 155 venues across 4 weeks.