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She Stoops to Conquer

By Oliver Goldsmith
Directed by Felicity Clements

About the Show

Oliver Goldsmith's uproariously funny play, She Stoops to Conquer, was first performed in London in 1773.

Wealthy countryman, Mr. Hardcastle plans to marry his lovely daughter, Kate, to Marlow, son of a wealthy Londoner. Marlow, along with his sidekick Hastings, duly makes a visit to view his future bride.

Fun loving Tony Lumpkin, Kate's stepbrother, waylays them and sends them on a wild goose chase. They arrive at Hardcastle's place thinking it to be a local inn.

Confusion reigns supreme!

Enjoy many laughs in this late 18th century comedy of errors.

Performance Times

Brighton Little Theatre
Evening Performances Tuesday 11th - Saturday 15th July at 7.45pm

Brighton Open Air Theatre
Evening Performances Thursday 27th - Saturday 29th July at 7pm (gates open at 6pm for picnics)
Matinee Performances Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th July at 2pm (gates open at 1pm for picnics)


Brighton Little Theatre
Full Price - £10 (No Concessions)

Brighton Open Air Theatre
Full price - £10
Concessions - £8

Family Ticket (2 full price, 2 concessions) - £30

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Later Event: 22 August
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