Brighton Fringe 2015 was launched last night.

The event returns to Brighton and Hove in less than ten weeks for what organisers are promising will be a bigger and better offering than ever seen before.

From cabaret and comedy to theatre, singing, dancing and music, the Fringe boasts something for everyone.

But it is not just the creative types who benefit from the four-week event.

With it comes a wealth of benefits for local businesses and traders with packed pubs, full-to-the-brim hotels and revolving restaurant doors like food is going out of fashion.

It is an event that puts Brighton and Hove on the map, attracting not only locals but anybody and everybody from across the UK who want a slice of the fabulous Fringe feast.

We cannot wait.