Coming Soon at the New Venture Theatre
Some Recent Productions
Saturday 03 March - Saturday 03 March
Gladrags presents - Fast Forward Flashback
Fast Forward Flashback returns:! Think Peaky Blinders meets The Great Gatsby, in this 1920s roar of a party. Flappers, Dappers and Shelbies dress to impress for a night of Live Music Entertainment and 1920s interactive fun .... all free with your ticket! Tickets £15 NVT Members/Concessions £12
Create your own silent movie scenes in our extensive Wardrobe of Wonders photo booth
Gladrags Community Costume resource is a unique Brighton-based charity that for 24 years has provided costumes to community groups, schools and health & wellbeing projects at subsidised rates.
Friday 16 March - Saturday 24 March
'Bad Jews' by Joshua Harmon
“The best comedy of the season” wrote the New York Times, when Bad Jews surfaced off‑Broadway in 2013. “There’s nothing like a death in the family to bring out the worst in people.” Since then the play has had enjoyed a great reception from audiences around the world, not least for its super-charged sense of humour.
In real life, it’s usually painful to watch people behaving badly towards each other. On a theatre stage, it can be enormous fun. This is a play which really piles on the laughs when you might least expect them!
This amateur production of 'Bad Jews' is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.
Friday 06 April - Saturday 21 April
New Venture Theatre Celebrates 70 Years in Brighton
We are delighted to announce the arrival of the New Venture Theatre’s Festival of the Arts, in celebration of our 70th Anniversary.
Throughout April we offer you a smorgasbord of delights, showcasing the creative talents of our friends old and new.
The fabulous Fannytasticals perform as part of the comedy fest on opening night, April 6th. The following evening includes the world premiere of the sumptuous play about Noel Coward, ‘Mad About the Boy’. April 11th shines a light on the theatre’s history and some of the key players within it. Later in the month we have gorgeous poetry + prose on the 13th, 21st century podcasting on the 14th, a film fest on the 18th and a sneak preview of fringe festival highlights on the 20th. We close proceedings on Saturday 21st with a free night of sensational songs from the shows, accompanied by much merriment in our delightful theatre bar.