Brighton Festival Fringe Accommodation
Brighton Fringe & Festival 2012
It's Festival and Fringe month, and with so many great shows to choose from, why not book your accommodation and pre-theatre meal before it all get’s booked up?
The New Steine Bistro, located next door in our sister Hotel, is an AA awarded restaurant, which is open 7 days a week for breakfast, snacks and dinner, with pre-show available from 5.30pm daily (pre-bookable only).
Located right in the centre of Brighton and within easy reach of many of Brighton’s attractions, including the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Pier and the Theatre Royal.
Start and end your Brighton night at the New Steine.
*Please note that the Bistro will be closed on the Bank Holiday Saturday to Monday (and Tuesday during the Jubilee)
Sunday to Thursday
- Double/Twin from £98.00
- Sea View Double/Twin from £114.00 Rate is inclusive for an ensuite bedroom, with our Award Winning Sussex Breakfast & 2 Course Dinner
- Friday & Saturday (minimum 2 night stay)
- Double/Twin @ £249.00
- Sea View Double/Twin @ £297.00 Rate is inclusive for an ensuite bedroom, 2 Course Dinner on 1 night of your stay and our Award Winning Sussex Breakfast every morning.
Single Occupancy rates also available. Book online now or call us for more details.
Cabaret at our sister hotel The New Steine Hotel, Bar & Bistro
(2 doors up the street!)
Or why not join us for the Pink Sinatra performances - after entertaining audiences across the UK and his huge success at the New Steine last year with his own personal take on classic Rat Pack era swing music, award-winning singer Scott Free is bringing back his acclaimed show to the Brighton Festival Fringe with residency at the New Steine Hotel this May 2011.
Known for his infectious stage presence and a repertoire to match, it’s hard not to get a kick out of The Pink Sinatra (even without the oysters and champagne). With a set that includes timeless tunes such as Mr Bojangles, New York, New York, and Fly me to the Moon, this is a show for anyone seeking a light-hearted evening of sophisticated fun.
Scott Free has an esteemed and varied career having performed in venues across the world including the Le Cameleon Club, Paris, London's Pizza-on-the-Park, and even onboard the world famous QE2 cruise liner. He is also proud to count the Westminster Theatre, (where he played Adam in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers), Bourne Free Gay Pride Festival and Winchester Students’ Union Summer Ball to be among his credits.
New Steine Hotel/Gullivers Hotel are keen supporters of the Brighton Festival Fringe, so book your accommodation now to avoid disappointment!
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