come and see one of our shows!
We stage up to 10 productions a year. Have a look below to see what's on and coming up at Brighton Little Theatre. Click on each show to get more information and to book tickets.
Booking tickets for one of our productions couldn't be easier! You can book tickets in two ways:
- By Telephone
To book online, use the link found on the individual production pages below.
Please note that you will be sent an email notification of your purchase(s), which you should bring with you as proof of purchase.
If you would rather book via telephone, you can do so by calling 0844 888 0432 (please note there are no telephone bookings available for performances at Brighton Open Air Theatre).
Please note that all tickets must be collected from Box Office no later than 15 minutes before the performance starts.
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.
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...
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...
King Charles III, written by Mike Bartlett, premiered at the Almeida Theatre, London, in April 2014 and centres on the accession and reign of King Charles III of the United Kingdom, the possible regnal name of the real Charles, Prince of Wales, and the limiting of the freedom of the press after the News International phone hacking scandal.
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?
Benjamin Braddock, recent college graduate and prodigal son, returns home with excellent grades. He has very proud parents and, since he helped Mrs Robinson, the wife of his father’s business partner, with her zipper, he has a fine future behind him...
Sam, a young single mum, is struggling to cope with her two sons and makes a myriad of mistakes. Tom, the student who lives upstairs, forces her to come to ‘an agreement’ so he won’t call social services...
Stay Happy Keep Smiling
What has been seen cannot be unseen. Six eyewitnesses to a gruesome murder in broad daylight. Their lives are changed irrevocably, but how?