Events archive


Call-Out for Marlborough Theatre Brighton-London FiRST BiTE proposals

  • Deadline: 6 February 2017

A new opportunity for one artist/company based in London and one based in Brighton to take part in a development process.

Why the Whales Came by Michael Morpurgo

  • Thurs 22 - Sat 31 December 11am & 2pm (no shows Christmas Day or Boxing Day) BSL interpreted performance on Tues 27 December 2pm. Relaxed performance Fri 30 December 11am.

A magical Christmas treat for families and children aged 7 and above.

  • British Sign Language
  • Wheelchair Access

Ovalhouse Creative Youth Sharing

  • Sat 17 Dec, 5:00pm

Come and celebrate four months of creativity from our Ovalhouse young performers! 

  • Wheelchair Access

Ovalhouse Creative Youth present LIVE NIGHT!

  • Thu 15 Dec, 7:00pm
  • Wheelchair Access


  • Sat 3 Dec, 2:00pm

Call our Box Office on 020 7820 7680 or just come along!

Join Xavier de Sousa for soup-making and storytelling.

  • Wheelchair Access

POST by Xavier de Sousa

  • Wed 30 Nov – Sat 3 Dec, 7:30pm

Post is an exploration of what it means to be a migrant, constantly inhabiting a ‘national limbo’.

Still by The Future Is Unwritten

  • Tues 22 - Sat 26 November 7.30pm

Still celebrates the life and work of reclusive street photographer Vivian Maier, in a new piece of about photography, social media sharing and data protection.


  • Every other Tuesday from 15 Nov - 13 Dec 2016

The clue's in the name - we read books then go clubbing!

  • Wheelchair Access

Work Play by Nick Field

  • Thu 10 Nov – Sat 12 Nov, 7:45pm

How can a cupcake spark a workplace war?

A hilarious look at the games we play at work, and why we play them.

  • Wheelchair Access

Artists' training workshops

  • Thurs 13 October 10.30-4.30pm and Thurs 10 November, 10.30-4.30pm

This season we're delighted to partner with our friends at house theatre and Include Arts to provide new workshops.

  • Wheelchair Access

Here's Hoping by Accidental Collective

  • Wed 26 Oct – Sat 29 Oct, 7:30pm

An intimate collage of hopeful stories for these dark times, from Leningrad in 1942 to current day Aleppo, from Obama to Enya.

  • Wheelchair Access