Details of previous productions (from December 2016 onwards) can be found below.
The penniless Dashwood girls are forced to leave the comforts of a grand home and relocate to a chilly cottage in Devonshire. Eminently sensible Elinor pines silently for the quiet and kind-hearted Edward Ferrars, impulsive and romantic Marianne loses herself in the idea of a hero on horseback, while Margaret just wants to be free to follow her own path and become a naturalist.
This new Jessica Swales adaptation of the dearly loved Austen classic brings the challenges and delights of the Dashwoods to life.
Gandhi said, “Speak only if it improves upon the silence.” Let us break the silence for you with an evening of staged monologues taken from far and wide, including theatre, music, and poetry. An evening collaboratively crafted, bringing together the likes of Shakespeare, Tennessee Williams, Berkoff, Alan Bennett, Ibsen, Nick Dear, Ayckbourn, Neil LaBute, Philip Larkin, and maybe even some Monty Python, not to mention some original work. There’s something here for everyone to improve upon the silence.
Raymond Briggs darkly disturbing comedy follows Hilda and Jim Bloggs as they try to construct a nuclear fall-out shelter armed only with a government pamphlet, a screwdriver, emergency rations and a protractor from their son's old school geometry kit. But will their makeshift shelter save them from the Powers-That-Be?
Queen Elizabeth II is dead. After a lifetime of waiting, her son ascends to the throne. A future of power. But how to rule?
Mike Bartlett’s controversial and critically acclaimed King Charles III, explores the people beneath the crown, the unwritten rules of our democracy and the conscience of Britain’s most famous family.
This intriguing and inspired political drama, offers a timely examination of contemporary Britain, with a true Shakespearean form.
A heartbreaking tale of orphans, angels, murder and music - dramatised from the Whitbread Award winning novel.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Shakespeare's most popular comedy, set in an enchanted forest with fairies, sparring lovers and a group of amateur actors who are putting on a play...
At the centre of his own universe sits matinee idol Garry Essendine: suave, hedonistic and too old, says his wife, to be having numerous affairs. His line in harmless, infatuated debutantes is largely tolerated but playing closer to home is not...
Bruce and Prudence are deeply into therapy. Prudence's macho therapist is urging her to be more assertive while Bruce's wacky female therapist wants him to meet women by placing a personal ad. She does not fully comprehend that Bruce has a male lover Bob, who is not pleased by Bruce's desire to date a woman: Prudence.
Edmund and Lucy, now accompanied by their annoying cousin Eustace, are swept to a new magical adventure aboard a dragon ship, The Dawn Treader. Join with them on their journey to magical islands where they meet dragons, invisible one legged creatures, slave traders and mists that can drive a man mad.
The Ruffian on the Stair
In a grotty little bedsit we watch as the lives of three of society's outcasts collide with passion and danger, leaving the course of the future forever altered, for some more than others.
Man in a Room
A middle-aged man is caught red-handed in a secret British germ warfare facility. He is brought in for questioning by Her Majesty’s government’s most professional interrogator, Agent Stevens. How, and why, did he break into the high security facility?
Julia and Matthew Perry seem to have it all. When Matthew hears that a good friend has been having the time of his life since he became a widower, he decides to get rid of his wife Julia so he can have some fun as well!
We are so excited to welcome Official Number One Best-selling Soprano, Joanna Forest, to The Brighton Little Theatre. Joanna, who has performed to millions on the BBC, ITV, Sky and Classic FM at events such as The Royal Variety Performance, is taking her album on a tour of Little Theatre Guild theatres this Autumn.
It’s Cabaret, we’ve got our heads down and we’re dancing and drinking as fast as we can. The enemy is on its way, but this time it doesn’t have guns and gas it has storms and earthquakes, fire and brimstone....
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.
Hearts racing. Minds reeling. Knees buckling. Connie and Tristan have palpable chemistry—or is it a side effect of a new super-antidepressant? They are volunteers in a clinical trial, but their sudden and illicit romance forces the supervising doctors to face off over the ethical consequences of their work.
It's the not so distant future. A terrible water shortage and 20-year drought has led to a government ban on private toilets and a proliferation of paid public toilets, owned and operated by a single megalomaniac company. If the poor don’t obey the strict laws prohibiting free urination, they’ll be sent to the dreaded and mysterious Urinetown...
Youth@TheLittle perform the modern classic Goodnight Mister Tom and the classic Arabian Nights.
A colourful and complicated actress makes her emotional farewell performance as people from her life say their goodbyes, declare their love, roar with laughter, spit insults, grab a final embrace, and renew old battles.
Percy, a forty year old virgin, has come down to London from Manchester with his mates to a football match when he meets Cyrenne, a world weary London streetwalker.
After scandalising upright Dublin citizens at its premiere in 1907, JM Synge’s tragicomic masterpiece has been delighting and entertaining audiences the world over ever since.