This important grade II listed building is one of the oldest working theatres in the country with an exquisite example of a regency auditorium. With a collection of historic buildings that surround the stage house, it a fine example of a Theatre that has evolved over the last two hundred years.
Theatre in Brighton started in 1766 at Barn Hall in Brighthelmstone, a village soon to become Brighton. Theatregoers were to patronise two other buildings in the city before The Prince... Read more >>
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Please find out about Theatre Royal Brighton's Creative Learning Events here.
Please find out about Theatre Royal Brighton's Work Experience Opportunities here.
Theatre Royal Brighton is proud to be an Arts Award supporter.
Many of our Creative Learning activities are of interest to groups and individuals studying for their Arts Award and we are happy to discuss other opportunities for local Arts Award groups, contact email@example.com
For Children & Families
Skip's Club at Theatre Royal Brighton has a great programme of workshops, activities and special events for children and families. You don’t have to be a member to take part but it’s free to join and we will keep you updated about our programme. To join, email firstname.lastname@example.org with child’s name, address and date of birth.
Skip's After School Club
Fun and informal after school sessions for 6 – 10 year olds. Each session includes warm up games, a look on stage, themed drama and craft activities, squash and biscuits.
Skip's Family Workshops
Make, play and have fun together as an experienced workshop leader guides you through a themed session and encourages your imaginations to run wild!
For Schools & Colleges
School/college parties of 10 or more pay £8 each for most Mon – Wed eves and mid week matinees. Every 11th seat is free for teachers.
Individual students/under 16s can get £2 off ticket prices Mon – Thu for most shows. Gallery tickets are often priced between £10 - £15 so with the discount young people can see some shows for as little as £8.
£12 standby tickets are often available Mon - Sat. When available they can be bought 1 hour before the show.
Ask at the Box Office for more information about seats prices for young people. All concessions are subject to availability and booking fees apply online and by phone.
For Young People
Theatre Royal Brighton Young Writers is an exciting partnership project between New Writing South and Theatre Royal Brighton for young writers aged 16 – 25. Over the course of 14 workshops, led by professional writer Dinos Aristidou, participants develop a well-rounded experience of what it is to write for, in and about theatre. The next course starts on 17 September 2016. For more information and application details email email@example.com
TRB Young Writers is supported by
and Rotary Brighton and Hove