Devonshire Park Theatre
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Annie: Moira House Girls School
- Directed by: Nikolai Foster
- Written by: Martin Charnin (lyrics)
The classic Broadway musical about a red-haired orphan girl growing up in a 1930s New York orphanage performed students of the school.
Don't Dress For Dinner
Jordan Productions and Phil&Ben in association with Eastbourne Theatres presents this comedy of duplicity and confusion written by Marc Camoletti, and starring Sara Crowe, Damian Williams and Ben Roddy.
Wed 24 May
Thu 25 May
Fri 26 May
Stage adaptation of the Kevin Bacon dance movie.
Wed 16 Aug
The Mikado: Eastbourne Gilbert & Sullivan Society
An amateur production of Gilbert and Sullivan's satirical opera set in Titipu, where all the characters seem familiar and have Japanese names, they carry truly British characteristics.
Wed 3 May
Thu 4 May
Fri 5 May
One Man, Two Guvnors
- Directed by: Nicholas Hytner
- Written by: Richard Bean
National Theatre's satirical, slapstick production based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni. Featuring Gavin Spokes as Francis Henshall and Shaun Williamson (Barry from EastEnders) as Charlie Clench.
Sat 1 Jul
Our Man In Havana
Clive Francis's adaptation of Graham Greene's farce, produced by Creative Cow in association with Malvern Theatres and Buxton Opera House.
Wed 17 May
Thu 18 May
Fri 19 May
The Play That Goes Wrong
- Directed by: Mark Bell
- Written by: Henry Shields
Award winning company Theatre Mischief presents a play-within-a-play about an amateur dramatic society putting on a murder mystery production.
Mon 8 May
Tue 9 May
Wed 10 May
Romeo & Juliet
Merely Theatre & The Production Exchange present stripped-back Shakespeare. Five actors blast the company's signature style of urgency, humour and clarity to conjure a stirring, visceral theatrical experience.
The Scarecrows' Wedding
Heart-warming adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's new bestselling book.
Tue 20 Jun
Trespass - A Ghost Story
This Talking Scarlet production deals with a woman seeking her dead husband with the assistance of a medium who may not be all he seems. Written by Emlyn Williams.
Tue 13 Jun
Wed 14 Jun
Thu 15 Jun
- Written by: William Shakespeare
For a company like Merely Theatre, which prides itself on gender-blind casting of roles, Shakespeare's gender-blind comedy, in all its naughtiness, is a gift. Five actors use little more than invention and imagination to present an Illyrian tale of identical twins, multiple disguises and mistaken identity.
Waiting For God
Michael Aitkens' production based on the popular 1990s BBC sitcom of the same name, starring Roy Hudd and Nichola McAuliffe.