Coming Soon at the New Venture Theatre


Friday 16 February - Saturday 24 February


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Our Lady of Sligo by Sebastian Barry

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From her room in a Dublin cancer ward, Mai looks back across her tempestuous life - her disastrous marriage, the loss of her child, the alcoholism and the hoped-for Ireland that lost its way in all the politics of division. She does so, however, without the least self-pity but rather with a savage quick humour, sparing no-one but the idolised Dada and the motherly Maria, both long-dead, whom she conjures from within her morphine-troubled mind. This is a fast-moving play full of humour, love and the most tender, heart-breaking pathos.

An Amateur Production in association with Independent Talent Group, Ltd.

Saturday 03 March - Saturday 03 March

Studio Theatre

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Gladrags presents - Fast Forward Flashback

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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
Go to town with 20s styling at Kitty Boo's Pop-Up Beauty Salon
Get to grips with the Charleston tricks as Go Experience guide you through the exuberant moves of the Jazz Age


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.
100% of the funds raised from this event will go to Gladrags and help to deliver more of their much needed projects, reaching more people locally.

Friday 16 March - Saturday 24 March

Theatre Upstairs

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'Bad Jews' by Joshua Harmon

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“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.



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Proposals to Direct - 2018/19 Season


We are now open for directing proposals for next Season

October 2018 to July 2019

Our window for proposals closes end of February 2018

More details can be found here




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