Here you’ll find our latest news and updates.
Amina has just moved to Brighton, with her daughter Darya. She’s doing everything she can to settle into her new home in Whitehawk, but every time she looks out at the sea
We’re creating a new show that emerges from the stories and creative aspirations of people with heritage from Arabic-speaking countries. لقراءة هذه المدونة باللغة العربية ، يرجى النقر فوق الزر أدناه. Download
From April 2023 we are launching our new way of working. This blog explores what we are going to do. It’s written by BPT’s CEO and Artistic Director, Naomi Alexander. We are
From April 2023 we are launching our new way of working. This blog is written by Ned Glasier who we collaborated with last year.
We’re excited to collaborate with Thirdspace Theatre (formally Windmill Young Actors) to cast their new show for Brighton Festival, BAKKHAI. Read more about the show here. There will be matinee and evening
Brighton People’s Theatre is casting our new play Born and Bread, and we’d love to meet you. After listening to the stories of over 100 locals, 36 workshops, dozens of extra rehearsals,
Our Artistic Director, Naomi Alexander, was invited to speak on an episode of a new podcast, The Brighton Paradox. It’s a unique ten-part audio series investigating Brighton & Hove’s creative and economic
We’re excited to bring you some BRAND NEW drop-in workshops this autumn. Join us weekly to play games, develop your creativity, make new friends, and have fun. Workshops are every Thursday, 6.30 –
We’re excited to bring you our latest show, Born and Bread, a new story for the stage all about home, belonging, and identity. If Brighton were a dining table that stretches out along the sea,
Congratulations to the whole cast and crew of Windmill Young Actors’ (WYA) Romeo and Juliet on a stunning performance at Hollingdean Skate Park last weekend as part of the Brighton Festival. We