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A Room With A View

Overview

Act Productions and Theatre Royal Bath Productions present

Felicity Kendal in

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Adapted from the novel by E.M.Forster by Simon... Read More

Overview

Act Productions and Theatre Royal Bath Productions present

Felicity Kendal in

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Adapted from the novel by E.M.Forster by Simon... Read More

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Theatre Royal Brighton, Brighton
New Road,Brighton,BN1 1SD

A Room With A View

Act Productions and Theatre Royal Bath Productions present

Felicity Kendal in

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Adapted from the novel by E.M.Forster by Simon Reade

Directed by Adrian Noble

 

English rose Lucy Honeychurch is touring Italy with her prim spinster cousin Charlotte Bartlett as chaperone. Charlotte is quick to step in when Lucy makes the mistake of fraternising with the lower class Mr Emerson and his son George at their Florentine pension. However, when she witnesses Lucy and George actually kissing, she has no option but to whisk Lucy away to Rome. Back home at the family’s Surrey estate Lucy becomes engaged to the eminently suitable (but priggish and pretentious) Cecil Vyse. Charlotte has sworn Lucy to secrecy over the kiss with George, but will Lucy be able to repress her feelings when she discovers that the Emersons have taken a house in the village?

 

With its cast of vivid characters, this elegant comedy written in 1908 is widely recognised as one of the finest novels of the twentieth century. The award winning Merchant Ivory film adaptation in 1985 was voted number nine in The Guardian’s list of the best romantic films of all time.

 

Felicity Kendal plays Charlotte Bartlett. One of the UK’s most popular actresses, she shot to fame in The Good Life and has won numerous awards for her stage work. Recent credits include Alan Ayckbourn’s Relatively Speaking and Noel Coward’s Hay Fever, both of which enjoyed successful West End runs.

 

The recipient of more than 20 Olivier Award nominations, Adrian Noble was the Artistic Director of the RSC from 1990-2003. He recently directed Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and The Tempest for Theatre Royal Bath Productions and The Importance of Being Earnest which starred David Suchet.

 

A former Literary Manager at the RSC, Simon Reade’s recent adaptations include Pride and Prejudice, Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children and Michael Morpurgo’s Private Peaceful.

Contains brief male nudity. Age guidance 12+.

A Room With A View

There are no booking fees for this production.

However, all bookings made through ATG Tickets for this venue are subject to a £2.85 Transaction fee.

A Room With A View Access

Booking Information

Access Booking line: 0800 912 6971

Theatre Royal Brighton Visual Story: a visual resource to help prepare visitors for a new experience and to help them become familiar with new surroundings and what to expect. 

Please contact Access Champion James Dubois to request the Visual and/or Social Story.


Access Performances
  • Audio Description None scheduled
  • Sign Language Interpreted None scheduled
  • Captioned None scheduled
  • SUR Titles None scheduled
  • Relaxed Performances None scheduled
Venue Access Information

There are four wheelchair spaces available in the stalls, these are H1, O1, Q4, & Q5. These seats will not appear available online, please call or come into our Box Office to enquire about availability. The first counter of the Box Office is at a height suitable for wheelchair users.

Theatre Royal Brighton is equipped with a Sennheiser infra-red sound amplification system. To access the infra-red systems please request receiving equipment from the kiosk situated in the main foyer. Please be sure to request a compatible seat when booking your tickets, as only selected seats work within the infra-red area

Equipment available: Headset This device amplifies sound through earpieces similar to regular headphones. Suitable for persons without a hearing aid or some hearing aid devices that are able to accommodate a headset over them.

The first counter of the box office is fitted with an induction system for people who are hard of hearing.

Guide, hearing and other working dogs are welcome in all parts of the theatre.

There is a separate, accessible toilet facility on the ground floor by the stalls bar.

Theatre Royal Brighton Information

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  • There are four wheelchair spaces available in the stalls. The first counter of the Box Office is at a height suitable for wheelchair users.
  • There are bars on every level who can take orders for interval drinks.
  • The Parlour is open throughout the day for coffee, pastries and plates of savoury delights.
  • Our charming, stylish rooms throughout the building are available for hire, for meetings, conferences and hospitality. We are happy to arrange catering and extra resources should you need them.
  • There is no cloakroom available at this venue.
Theatre Royal

New Road
Brighton

East Sussex
BN1 1SD


Directions

By train:

Theatre Royal Brighton is situated only five minutes walk from Brighton rail station; with frequent train services serving London and the South East.

By road:

From the M23/A23, follow the signs to the town centre. There is parking nearby for over 3,000 cars.

Parking:

There are 3,000 parking spaces in the city, with the nearest to the theatre being NCP on Church Street. Enter after 5.00pm and leave before 3.00am and pay just £6.00

Parking in Brighton 


Contact Information
Telephone Booking : 0844 871 7650

Calls cost 7p per minute, plus your phone company's access charge.

Groups Bookings : 0330 102 7532

Calls charged at local rate.

Access Bookings : 0800 912 6971

Stage Door / Admin:* : 01273 764400

Security

ATG continues to make the safety and security of its customers and staff a priority.  As such, please bear in mind that we may undertake bag checks, so recommend you leave extra time to avoid queues, and refrain from bringing suitcases rucksacks and large bags into the Theatre. Many thanks for your cooperation.

The Parlour

Theatre Royal Brighton has announced its latest production; The Parlour, the Theatre’s new cafe located on New Road. Open from early morning to early evening, The Parlour will serve a selection of teas, fresh ground coffee, pastries, cakes and snacks. So take your seat and join us for a drink and snack next time you are visiting.

Theatre Royal Box Office Opening Hours

10am-8pm Show Days

10am-6pm Non-show days

Please note the Box Office is closed on Sunday's except when it is a Show Day and will open 2 hours prior to the performance.

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A Room With A View Group Bookings

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