Theatres in Sussex
There is a large range of Theatres in Sussex, from the big theatres of the major towns and cities, to the small village halls that transform themselves into theatres for village productions.
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Theatres in Brighton
The Brighton Dome
With three historic spaces under one roof - Concert Hall, Corn Exchange and Pavilion Theatre - Brighton Dome is one of the most versatile and stylish venues in the south. All three venues are linked to the rest of the Royal Pavilion Estate by an underground tunnel to the Royal Pavilion in Pavilion Gardens and through shared corridors to Brighton Museum.
Box Office: 01273 709709
Theatre Royal, Brighton
With a history that dates back almost 200 years, this beautiful Grade II listed building is one of the most historic and prestigious venues in the UK and one of the most favoured pre-West End dates.
Box Office: 08700 606 650 (booking fee)
Groups Hotline: 08700 606 617
The Brighton Centre
Popular sea-front venue for conferences, exhibitions and concerts.
Box Office: 01273 290131
Komedia’s unique European café style live entertainment complex. This venue hosts an eclectic mix of music, theatre, comedy, cabaret and kids shows together with a café, bistro and late bars.
Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton University
Telephone 01273 643010
Box Office: Tickets available from the Dome Box office Tel 01273 709709
Theatres in and around Lewes
Glyndebourne Opera House
The first curtain rose at Glyndeboure in 1934. Since then, this stunningly located Opera House in the heart of the South Downs, just to the East of Lewes, has developed a prestigious, international reputation. The 2008 season opens Sunday 18th May with 'L'incoronazione di Poppea'
Public booking opens: Monday 14th April
Glyndebourne Productions Ltd
Box Office: 01273 813813
Fax: 01273 812783
Lewes Theatre Club
Started in 1939, the Lewes Theatre Club welcomes visitors and new members.
Lewes Little Theatre
Box Office 01273 474826
Theatres in West Sussex
Chichester Festival Theatre
Easily reached by road (A27 west from Brighton) or rail, Chichester is a lovely old city with an interesting range of historical buildings, including a wonderful Cathedral. If you plan to visit the theatre, then it may be worth making a day or at least an afternoon and an evening of it. There are some great pubs and restaurants and the theatre itself has an excellent 'Brasserie', although you may need to book first if planning to dine prior to your play or show. Chichester Festival Theatre also runs some wonderful activities for children during the holiday periods.
Box Office: 01243 781312
Includes events on at the Pavilion and the Connaught Theatres in Worthing. Booking Office: 01903 206206
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