One Man, Two Guvnors
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Richard Beans English version of Goldini’s classic comedy, set in1963 Brighton. Francis Henshall finds himself working for both a gangster and a criminal in hiding, both of whom are linked in a web of schemes, extortions and romantic associations. To prevent discovery, Francis must do everything he can to keep his two guvnors apart. A massive hit in both the West End and on Broadway. Start Time : 7.30pm Ticket Price : £9Find out more »
The Seagull Club presents – God of Carnage by Yasmin Reza. What happens when two sets of parents meet up to deal with the unruly behaviour of their children? A calm and rational debate between grown-ups about the best way to discipline kids? Or a night of name-calling, tears and chaos before bedtime? Boys will be boys, but perhaps the adults are worse – much worse. The writer of the smash-hit ‘Art’ invites us to watch what happens when the…Find out more »
HighTide and DugOut Theatre present “She’s scared of what I might get up to out here in the countryside. Keeps giving me lectures on barn-bonking. I’m going to die of boredom just to make her feel bad.” Stevie’s Grandma prays for her salvation, Stevie’s mum preaches free love, Stevie doesn’t know where to start! She’s sent to Suffolk – the home of doggers, folklore and Stan. The course of teenage love never did run smooth. When Stevie bumps into…Find out more »
Oscar Wilde’s – ‘A Woman of no Importance’ Presented by DOT Productions. “I can never repent. I would rather be your mother than pure” – Mrs Arbuthnot Lady Hunstanton’s house party is in full swing when Gerald Arbuthnot is announced as secretary to the witty Lord Illingworth. However once Gerald’s mother makes an appearance, suddenly his future is uncertain. Should Mrs Arbuthnot tell her son the truth she has hidden all these years? Would Gerald and Society ever forgive her?…Find out more »
Broad Horizons Theatre Company are proud to present – Rebellious Sisterhood – Votes for Women by Karen Forbes Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst is not a well woman. Recently released from prison, her hunger strike has left her weak and debilitated. 1913 has not been an easy year. Family arguments threaten scandal. Financially embarrassed and living out of a suitcase, she is terrified at the prospect of being returned to prison. The only sanctuary is with her friend, the composer, Ethel Smyth. But…Find out more »
“I should have mentioned it before, my Mum, she, last year, she passed”. James is suffocated by his past. Based on true events, this is one couple’s journey through bereavement, love, pregnancy, superheroes and enforced pen maintenance. It’s a story about the importance of talking, opening up and grieving at the right time and about not letting your past determine your future. An intimate and gripping account of life and death, developed in association with Cruse Bereavement Care. Start…Find out more »
A new one-man show based on the THE RAGGED TROUSERED PHILANTHROPISTS by Robert Tressell adapted and performed by Neil Gore. ‘The man of many characters’, actor Neil Gore, presents an Edwardian Magic Show using Magic Lantern and projected animation, with political conjuring tricks and live music and song, based on the classic novel The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists. Robert Tressell’s novel about life in the building trades was first published over 100 years ago, and was barely noticed. Since…Find out more »