Brighton Year-Round 2021
Some actors give transcendent performances up there with London’s finest. Out in the slant air this will now prove magical.
Outdoors, this has grown prodigously. Some actors give transcendent performances up there with London’s finest. Out in the slant air this proves magical.
If you can book, beg or otherwise snaffle a ticket, you won’t find a more satisfying production anywhere in Brighton this month. Outstanding.
A first-rate revival of this heartwarming play, surprising you with grief, and joy
There’s a fitting heart-warming climax to a dream of production. And a surprise to those who think they know the film.
You should see this with some fine acting and a storyline making more sense of Dracula than Stoker does himself.
Just wait for the second act.
An intermittently superb musical
Sometimes the dark is light enough. Meanwhile enjoy an exceptional cast and talent you’ll long to see again in something finer.
A professional-standard production, and magnificent start to the 2020s.
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.
A rollicking production with razored timing, musical cues and ad-libs worked in to half-second slots. A must-see.
Then it was DDT. Now it’s personal.
An attractive, gentle meditation on family, with spectral undertones.
One of OFS’s strongest productions, it’s also a return to roots.
Absolutely worth seeing however many times you have already
Outstanding, the finest West End musical for years
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.
An outstanding ballet by any standards. One that like its inspiration Patrick Hamilton will last.
A play about amateurs no amateur company should even dare contemplate. There’s genius in the timing of all this. Outstanding.
Café Voltaire in ruffs invokes a magical Tempest.
A summer must-see to charge you up for the autumn, and taking on the real twits ahead.
A production showing the company’s unique slant on Shakespeare
As fine a touring production as you’re likely to see
A revelatory, energised Twelfth Night.