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Festival Promise


Brighton Fringe 2016 logoThe New Steine Hotel, and it’s owner Hervé Guyat, always like to live the Brighton lifestyle…

…hosting events to match the diverse and current trends of this vibrant city, as well as supporting the many amazing festivals year round.

With the Brighton Festival and the Brighton Fringe Festival now in full swing, our Hotels are not ones to be left out.

The New Steine Hotel will be exhibiting the Romany Mark Bruce exhibition for the duration of the Fringe Festival.
It is a pleasure to welcome him back at the New Steine Hotel after a 4 year gap, in which time he has been working on his brand new work of abstract paintings called ‘State of Mind’, which draw from a collection of ecclesiastical items he has acquired throughout the years. We have always had a strong connection with this artist, as the creator of the Aids Memorial Sculpture on the New Steine Square, and his latest show is not to be missed.

It wouldn’t be the Fringe at the New Steine without a quirky show, and this year we’re blessed with two great sets of performances.
The first is ‘Sister of Avalon: Lullabies for Lovers and Sinners‘ by the talented Evey-Theodosia Hammond, following on where the ‘Night Circus’ ended. A journey of inner self, using the light of childhood as a medium to express the struggle of transitioning as a transgender.
For the second show, we are pleased to welcome back Gregoire Aubert with his new show ‘Queer Side Story‘, where the original extravaganza is given a brand new twist, asking ‘what if it was a gay love story?’.
Gregoire’s passion, witty banter, emotional performance and show stopping brilliance, make this show live up to it’s tag line ‘Something’s coming! Something good!’.

Both shows have limited performances so get your tickets quick, either direct with ourselves (tel: 01273 681546) or via the box office –

So another exciting month this May is shaping up to be here at the New Steine Boutique Hotel!

Look out for our amazing deals for festival goers and return visitors, and ongoing great offers.

Now is the time to give us a visit so we can welcome you in person.

Hervé Guyat, Hotel owner.