Brighton Year-Round 2021
Outdoors, this has grown prodigously. Some actors give transcendent performances up there with London’s finest. Out in the slant air this proves magical.
A first-rate revival of this heartwarming play, surprising you with grief, and joy
You should see this with some fine acting and a storyline making more sense of Dracula than Stoker does himself.
A fleet powerful Julius Caesar, with some outstanding performances
A first-rate production. If you enjoy thrillers, you must see this.
The end is like life-blood draining away. It’s what Strindberg meant. See it.
An attractive, gentle meditation on family, with spectral undertones.
One of OFS’s strongest productions, it’s also a return to roots.
There’s a grain in this play promising the transcendent.
If you’re a Classic Thriller Theatre Company fan, don’t hesitate. Though we can be grateful to Bill Kenwright for trying out these creaky creepies, a serious bit of thought ought to go in to just what genres they are first.
Not quite the last drawing-room comedy. But the Janus-faced prophesy of plays that took thirty years to catch up.
If you’ve not seen The Dresser, you shouldn’t pass up this production.
This production needs a run. It’s potentially a great interpretation.
A production showing the company’s unique slant on Shakespeare
As fine a touring production as you’re likely to see