Here you’ll find our latest news and updates.
We’re thrilled to bring our show Born and Bread to this year’s Brighton Festival. Our ensemble of local, non-professional performers return to the stage at The Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded three years of funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to enable us to continue our work in bringing people together from 2023
Born and Bread was ambitious. Especially for our tiny team of 3 part-time staff. It was an epic experience that for all of us culminated in one of the most uplifting and
Theatre, with its ability to transport audiences to different worlds and lives, evoke emotions, and provoke thought, always has a unique way of leaving a lasting impact on the audiences who experience
At the end of October 2023, BPT’s most recent show exploded onto the stage at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA) in a beautiful burst of salt, oil, yeast, flour,
We believe that #TheatreIsForEveryone. Brighton People’s Theatre was founded out of a desire to create theatre in a way that was more relevant and accessible to most people. We use all of
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.