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It was announced this week that tickets for Brighton Fringe Festival are selling out quickly after they went on public sale last Wednesday. The festival is one of the biggest and best in the South of England and is sure to welcome thousands of visitors to Brighton between 4 May and 2 June.
Organisers of the festival announced to the media that they had seen a 10% increase in the number of ticket sales since the release of the cover for the 2013 programme, and although the tickets have been released a full week later than in previous years, fans of the arts have been quick to snap them up.
As the biggest arts festival in England, many will also be booking up accommodation in holiday cottages in Sussex alongside their tickets to make sure that they have all the essentials to have a great time at the Brighton Fringe Festival. With over 700 shows performed across the 4-week festival, there is sure to be something for everyone.