INCLUSIVE yoga sessions and immersive poetry installations are among the events on offer at Brighton Fringe festival.

With more than 700 shows and events, festivalgoers are spoilt for choice with cabaret, circus, dance, drama and drag shows.

Among the events being held today, Wednesday, are:

Treasure This Place

The show is a city-wide immersive poetry installation with a collective of poets and spoken-word artists based in and around Brighton and Hove.

This is a free event.

A.A.A. presents The Secret Comedy Club

Held at Artista Downstairs in Waterloo Street, Hove, the comedy venue has more than 100 comedians performing across the four-week festival.

Different people will take to the stage each night to perform an intimate gig.

Artista was voted the Audience Choice Award Best Brighton Fringe Venue in 2021.

Brighton Natural Health Centre 40th Birthday Celebrations

A diverse day of classes, performances and workshops held at the Brighton Spiegeltent in Old Steine.

Classes will include yoga, dance, Thai massage and ashtanga.

Tickets range from £7.50 to £8.

Ghost walk of The Lanes

The activity is an undemanding 80-minute tour of Brighton's oldest and most haunted quarter, visiting eight locations.

All the stories are long-established accounts of hauntings in and around The Lanes, alongside historical facts and peppered with comic respite.

Tickets range from £8 to £12.

A Brighton Food and Chocolate Adventure

If you love food and are also a keen chocolate lover, this two-hour tour celebrates everything that a foodie soul requires.

Not only will your tastebuds have their own little party, but you will also get to know some of Brighton's best eateries and chocolatiers.

The tour begins opposite St Bartholomew's Church in Ann Street.