The King’s Speech
Theatre Royal Brighton
27th Feb – 3rd March
£15-£35

You’ve seen the film, now watch the magical relationship of Lionel Logue and George VI on stage. Colin Firth led the cast to dominate the awards scene last year, in a surprise hit that moved the audience to both laughter and tears. A simple tale that
showed that even the most privileged amongst us struggle with the most human of problems, this your chance to see the play which in fact inspired the critically revered film. Jonathan Hyde and Charles Edward lead the cast as the King and his speech therapist.

THE BIG CHEER
Brighton Dome
Thursday 1 March
£18.50 – £25

Geordie funny man Jason Cook comperes this hilarious event, featuring Jenny Eclair, Ian Moore, Justin Moorhouse, Graham Duff, Simon Evans and Julie Jepson. Proceeds go to the charity Amaze.

Debate: Should Sex Work be legalised and given the same rights & security as other professions?
Fulton 104
6pm

Taking place as a part of LGBTQ History Month – audience participation is encouraged.

Sussex University Drama Society presents: DINNER
The Marlborough Theatre
3rd-7th March
£5/£4

Support your fellow students! Described as “Come Dine with Me on acid”, this dinner from hell is sure to excite.

An artist, a scientist and a sexpot are coming to dinner. Paige, hostess extrordinare, is celebrating the publication of her husband’s bestseller. The arrival of Mike, marooned in the foggy lane adds an unexpected addition to the evenings entertainment. A silent waiter, sourced from some obsure website completes the picture.

 

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