B.fest is a project from the Brighton & Hove Youth Collective. Thanks for financial support go to Brighton City Council. The festival would also be impossible without the support of local businesses & other organisations listed below who offer much needed equipment, space, donations, sponsorship or advice.
B.fest is produced by the Brighton and Hove Youth collective and is part of the
Brighton Fringe. Young people are involved in all aspects of the festival: from planning to performance.
Find our programme at Jubilee Library, Brighton Dome, Brighton Youth Centre and other venues across the city
There is a stack of organisations involved in or supporting B.fest, check them out!
Act up Speak Out
Carden Park Youth Centre
Coop Funeral Care
Floodlights Theatre Company
In Defence of Youth Work
Little Green Pig
Our Future City
Patcham Youth Centre
Sussex Partnership NHS trust Brighton and Hove social services
The Jubilee Library
We are the people too – Youth record label
Whitehawk Art Group
Whitehawk Young Women’s Group
Whitehawk Youth Group
Brighton Youth Theatre
Nate Collington-Exe, Amy Ramsey, Ava Finnis-Brown, Dearbhaile Hunt, Scout Sterling, Em Cockerton- Smith, Farrah Jane/Grant, George Hansen, George Sargent, Holly Brunton, Jamie Cadman, Jasmine Wells, Luke Downard, Luke Hopkins, Oona Cambell, Tia Alexander, Ziggy Jameson-Franks, Alfie Brooks, Ben Nidman, Benjamin Porter, Benjamin Nicholson, Bradley Case, Calvin Miller, Chessie Hayden, Harmony Kinnear, Hollie Mattison, Hannah Waterman, Josh scott, Lee Routly, Lewis MacNamara, Lucy Liledhill, Meredith Rowan, Orson Plant, Radha Lingham,
Ryan Dees, Satya Lingham, Zac Truran
Photographs by Liam Teague
Design by Seamus White and Jack Stephenson
Website by Chloë King
Coordination, Production Management, Artistic Direction and Youth Participation was lead by the team at BYC including Mike Roe, Hannah Coxeter & Charlotte Allen.