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Watch our new show Born and Bread

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,

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Exciting News! We’re collaborating with Windmill Young Actors

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

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Brighton People’s Theatre is casting our new show, Born and Bread, and we want you to be in it.

On the 24 May from 6 pm – 9 pm we’ll be running a fun casting evening at the Friends Meeting House on Ship Street where we will form a company of

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Come and play in our new show Born and Bread

Thank you so much to everyone who has been involved so far in contributing to our new show, Born and Bread.  We’ve loved reading stories that have been shared through our website,

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Come and work with us! We’re looking for a freelance Company Stage Manager

Brighton People’s Theatre is looking for a freelance Company Stage Manager to support the company through the process of bringing two research and development processes to the stage this summer.  The shows

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Do you want to get involved in our new show Born and Bread?

If Brighton was a dining table that stretched out along the sea… Who sits at the table? What’s on the menu? And what stories are told across the table? Brighton People’s Theatre

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Do you want to be part of creating our new production The Songbird Café?

Please note, the closing date to receive expressions of interest was Thursday 20 January 2022. We want to co-create a family-friendly musical that will tour to parks during the Brighton Festival 2023.

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BPT receives funding from the Government’s latest Cultural Recovery round

More than £100 million has been awarded to hundreds of cultural organisations across the country, including Brighton People’s Theatre, in the latest round of support from the Culture Recovery Fund, the Culture

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Freelance Contract! Could you be our Business Development Manager?

In January 2022 Brighton People’s Theatre will be creating a new business plan for the development of the company from September 2022 -September 2025. We’re excited to have external facilitation support from

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Apply Now: Kickstart Placement

Would you like to find out more about theatre producing and management? We are offering a Kickstart placement for an 18-24-year-old starting out in the arts. Kickstart is a government-funded scheme that

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