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It also offers performers an opportunity for their event to be reviewed or picked up by promoters, as well as going on to Edinburgh.
This is why anyone can put on a Brighton Fringe event.
The other sources of revenue include participants’ registration fees, advertising, sponsorship and the so-called Friends memberships.
Fringe activity has run alongside Brighton Festival since its creation in 1967.
“So we graciously accept this award as we celebrate our 60th year.” Yesterday Argus Appeal deputy chairman Andy Parkes, group editor, attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace in the presence of the Queen.
"I can't think of a more inappropriate place to have this" he said to spontaneous applause from an audience who raised a wide number concerns including parking, traffic, spoiling the character of the area, loss of trees and questions about the impact on the flood risk.
The Fringe established itself as a limited company and registered charity in October 2006, with its own board of directors and complete financial independence from the Festival. In this period of time the organisation more than doubled in size, increasing from 323 shows in 2007 to 719 in 2012, bringing visitors into the city and boosting tourism and local businesses.
Currently the programme of 2017 includes over 970 events at 155 venues across 4 weeks, which is an increase in the number of events of approximately 35% since 2012.
She said: “Over six decades The Argus Appeal has helped the most in need in our community.
“The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service recognises the difference the charity and the volunteers who fundraise for us have made all over the county.