Chichester Fringe is back, with a hybrid mix of live streaming and live audiences. Choose to attend individual shows in our daytime schedule or join us from 7pm each evening as we showcase music, comedy, drama and much more. Some events will be broadcast via

Friday 1 July from 7pm to 10pm. Saturday 2 July and Sunday 3 July from 11am to 5pm and from 7pm to 10pm.    

Chichester Fringe 2022 will comprise fringe events in three venues in the city during July, some of which will be broadcast via the internet. See our website for further details.

Chichester Fringe was created in 2021 as a direct response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Our aim was to support and mentor up-and-coming performers from the local area and beyond, by enabling them to get on stage and showcase their work.

We also sensed that there was an opportunity, as there was plenty of talent about but nothing like a fringe anywhere around the city.

Promoting the diversity of the arts in Chichester, we are proud to be working in partnership with other local organisations, including Graylingwell Chapel, the University of Chichester, The Chichester Canal, Oxmarket Contemporary and the Festival of Chichester.

Producers: Carol Webb, Josh Bowness, Katie Bennett & Simon O’Hea