4-26 May 2019
'One must imagine Sisyphus happy’ concludes Albert Camus in his great essay
An extraordinary love story, tracing the life of Marc and Bella
Explore Brighton Dome without leaving your seat in this unique performance
Yomi Sode prepares a feast of words in this humorous and poetic response...
Alt-rock/pop pantomime starring Pauline Knowles and Stephan Kreiss
From our friends at Worthing Theatres
Adam is the remarkable true story of a young transgender man
Look up and contemplate the changing nature of clouds
Like an inspirational TED talk with a punk rock soundtrack
A map of the world across the floor traces migration routes across time...
An uplifting meditation on saying goodbye and moving on
A magical overnight experience in the grounds of Firle Place
Take a fresh look at history’s greatest underdog, Joan of Arc
Celebrating the inconsistencies and contradictions that make us human
A powerful exploration of revenge and the politics of destruction.
Experience a living memorial like no other...
Your Place returns, following its wonderful success in 2017
A weird and wonderful ballet of abstract configurations
A coming-of-age story, full of heart, humour and wisdom
Theatre show about the joy and terror of talking in your sleep
Sex, anxiety and music comes to a head in this remarkable new production
Join The Lord Chamberlain’s Men for Shakespeare’s spellbinding The Tempest
A new Afro-futurist collective that will take you to church!