Monday 13th - Sunday 19th
A fast moving, rib-tickling revival of Alan Ayckbourne's only farce.
Set over three floors of The Pines - a haunted Victorian brothel - with all three floors compressed on to one, and staged in the round.
Monday 27th - Friday 31st
Sing, croak and squeak along in this show for the young and young-at-heart. Meet our pint-sized heroine, a dastardly frog, a miserly mole and a heroic swallow brought to life with song, puppetry and plenty of audience participation!
Join us for a day celebrating thrills, chills and all things seasonably fiendish!
Events include our Macabre Market for all your scary supplies; spooky screenings suitable for all ages; costumed characters; special goulish guests with signings and chilling chat.... and plenty of floorboard-creaking extra surprises.
The Seven Deadly Sins
You are cordially invited to Adam and Eve’s house for dinner… but this dinner party isn’t as prepared as they had planned!
Tom Jackson-Greaves & Polly Motley present this vibrant dance comedy - a sensory explosion of physical dance, an original musical score by popular artist Pete Lyons, projected film, spoken word and delicious costumes.
Thursday 6th - Saturday 8th
'Pleasingly atmospheric' rehearsed readings of two eerie tales from the pen of celebrated master of the Edwardian short story, William Wymark Jacobs. Two cautionary, supernatural 'curtain raisers' which promise to delight and enthrall.
An Audience With Robin Askwith
The Misty Moon Film Society present a raucous evening of stories about the career of one of Britain's best loved comedy legends of the 70s Robin Askwith as told by the man himself.
Thursday 13th - Sunday 16th
Spring Awakening - The Musical
The Rock Musical based on the Frank Wedekind's controversial 1891 play.
Set in late-19th century Germany, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with poignancy and passion in an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock & roll !
5th December 2014 - 17th January 2015
The timeless classic... re-awakened.
As the nights draw in and the winds turn chill, Emporium bring you a world of winter wonder with their brand new interpretation of everybody's favourite - Sleeping Beauty.
The unique, quarterly, Brighton-based entertainment and arts event hosted by Lisa Holloway with exclusive special guest interviews - this month Director Ben Wheatley and half-of-Orbital Paul Hartnoll join Lisa on the sofa.
We have many plans, great and small, for improving Emporium, from upgrading our existing seating in both the café and theatre to creating a magnificent frontage worthy of what is rapidly becoming such an important building. If you enjoy what we have achieved so far and would like to help us move forward just click on this 'donate' button and pledge whatever you would like. Every little (and, let's face it, big) helps.
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