Visit Brighton Photo Fringe 2016

Brighton Photo Fringe takes place across the city of Brighton and Hove. Here you can find out how to get to the Festival Hubs from where you will be able to pick up a Festival Guide to navigate your way around the festival.

By Train 
Brighton Station is 50 minutes by train from London Victoria and is well served by train routes running east and west.

By Car 
There are on street pay and display parking spaces in the city and a number of carparks. Details on the city council website here:

There are many bus routes to get around the city. From Brighton station take the No 7 bus down to the Steine and through the centre of Brighton or the No 6 bus along Western Road towards Hove.

Brighton Photo Fringe Hubs info:

King's House: Collectives and Festivals Hub
King’s House Grand Avenue Hove, BN3 2LS
OPEN: 1-30 Oct, Thurs–Fri 12:00–18:30 Sat–Sun 11:00–18:30
A short walk along the seafront from The Regency Town House or a short bus ride from the city centre. Buses: 5, 21, 25, 46, 49 Accessible, with lift and toilet.

Phoenix Brighton: OPEN16 Hub 
Phoenix Brighton 10–14 Waterloo Place Brighton BN2 9NB 

OPEN: 1-30 October, Thurs 11:00–19:00 Wed–Sun 11:00–17:00 
Short walk from the station down Trafalgar Street and across St Peter’s Church. Accessible, with toilets. Buses: 5, 21, 25, 46, 49

ONCA Gallery 
14 St George’s Place Brighton BN1 4GB 

OPEN: 1–30 October, Wed–Fri 12:00–19:00 Sat–Sun 11:00–18:00 Short walk from station, right at the bottom of Trafalgar Street, opposite St Peter’s Church Buses: 5, 21, 25, 46, 49 Main gallery accessible only. Virtual tours for anyone who can’t use the stairs to the basement. We will do everything we can to make the art works accessible to everyone.

The Regency Town House 
10 & 13 Brunswick Square Hove BN3 1EH 

OPEN: 1–30 October, Thurs–Sun 12:00–18:30 
15 minute walk from the Clock Tower along Western Road or 20 minutes along the seafront, or a short bus ride on a £2 short hop fare. Less than ten minutes from King’s House: BPF16 Collectives & Festivals Hub. Buses: 5, 21, 25, 46, 49 Ground floor of no 13 accessible by ramp. Toilet. Virtual tours for anyone who can’t use the stairs. We will do everything we can to make the art works accessible to everyone.

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    BPF consistently demonstrates exceptional value for money. Led by volunteers, BPF endeavours to make all its activities self-financing. Public funding makes up only a third of the current BPF budget and pays for freelance consultants essential to delivering our intensive programmes. Help us continue to develop our much-needed programmes by donating here. Every little helps.

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  • Volunteers

    BPF is a registered charity and a volunteer-led organisation without ongoing core funding. We operate through collective and partnership working and the hugely generous gifts of time that all kinds of people offer to us.

    There are many opportunities to get involved through volunteering across the festival and its exciting programme of exhibitions, talks, workshops, screenings, tours and more.

    If you would like to volunteer with us please email

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  • About us

    Brighton Photo Fringe is a volunteer-led, collaborative platform providing essential professional development opportunities and peer-support for emerging lens- based artists.

    Committed to equality and diversity, BPF’s year-round programme fosters ambition, innovation and self-reliance in artists; nurtures confidence and creativity in participants; and inspires audiences with extraordinary images in unexpected places.

    Every two years in October Brighton Photo Fringe organises a free city-wide open-access fringe festival of new photography.

    Read more about us here

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