the Sensation of Festival Drama
— Guardian

In 2009 the company returned to its roots in the Brighton Festival to win Best Theatre Performance for Jonathan Cash’s explosive THE FIRST DOMINO, about the Soho pub bombing.  

 Danny Seldon in THE FIRST DOMINO (photo: Malcolm Crowthers)

Danny Seldon in THE FIRST DOMINO (photo: Malcolm Crowthers)

  Anna-Maria Narbirye in I AM A WAREHOUSE (photo: Malcolm Crowthers)

Anna-Maria Narbirye in I AM A WAREHOUSE (photo: Malcolm Crowthers)

The following year, I AM A WAREHOUSE, sited in historic Newhaven Fort, placed the audience in the thick of the Gaza conflict, with film, song, polemic, installation and a live video-link to the UN in Jerusalem. 

This, without question, is what Brighton Theatre is all about.

The company is currently working on two new projects: with Matei Visniec (the most performed modern playwright in Europe, but hardly known in the UK) on MIGRAAAANTS, a play about the Refugee Crisis, and on MOZZZ! by Crane and Williams about the Second Most Dangerous Creature on Earth.