Candide

Candide

Brighton College have taken on a demanding task with their production of Mark Ravenhill’s Candide, first performed by the RSC in 2013. The original Candide was an excoriating, Enlightenment satire mocking the philosopher Leibniz’s idea that we live in 'the best of all possible worlds’, a position known as optimism... 

Zhivago Theater

Zhivago Theater

A breathtaking theatre show that offers a window to the soul of Russia’s turbulent past. It's the time of revolution, Zhivago, and censored art. A time when Russia has two faces: Pasternak and Stalin... 

Dance of the Dead

Dance of the Dead

Once a year the dead rise from their graves and dance with the living in an ecstatic frenzy and this year you get to watch. A highly physical glimpse at this phenomenon with tongue placed firmly in cheek. 

Tatterhood and Kebab.

Tatterhood and Kebab.

Expect the unexpected? It turns out if you arrive completely unprepared, armed with just the title of the show at hand and no prior expectations at all, that is when you will see the unexpected...