Brighton Fringe: Our top pick of Artists Open Houses this May!

We asked our partners at the Brighton Fringe team for their top picks on a selection of Open Houses they can’t wait to visit during May:

Hanningtons Lane, Brighton, BN1 1GS

We can’t wait to visit this open studio based in Hannington’s Lane. The team from Figment arts will be encouraging people to visit and create their very own art, with all the materials provided.
Figment Arts is an arts organisation based in the South East with 15 years experience, who work with artists and communities to amplify their voices.


14 St George’s Place, Brighton, BN1 4G

Our friends at ONCA will be displaying work from Daniel J.G, a Brighton-based Deaf artist, originally from Cornwall, making work inspired by the beauty of nature and the positive impact being in nature can have on mental health. Daniel has spent countless hours outside studying the colours, shapes, textures, lighting and forms of the landscape.


Flat 2, 77 Marine Parade, Kemptown, Brighton, BN2 1AE

The work of Patsy Macarthur caught our eye. Her work explores the figure in movement, often dealing with themes of escapism and her latest series revisits the wild nights of her youth, losing herself on the dance floor. Her work was evocative of many of the emotions we hope audiences can discover during Brighton Fringe, late-night in Brighton Spiegeltent or watching a dance piece like Warrior Women.


31b Franklin Road, Brighton, BN2 3AE

This brand new open house caught our eye thanks to this wonderful painting of Brighton Fringe venue Komedia by Andy Townsend. We can’t wait to explore what he and the other artists Liza Morton, Bianca Williams, Duncan Allan, Sally Evans, EJ Sparkles, Apiphily  and Rose Honey Design have in store.