February Listings for Eastbourne Theatres

I’M SORRY I HAVEN’T A CLUE | THE OFFICIAL STAGE TOURCONGRESS THEATRESunday 2 February 7.30pmBBC Radio’s multi award-winning antidote to panel games returns to the stage in 2020 with its sell-out touring show.  Join Tim Brooke-Taylor, Tony Hawks, Miles Jupp, Read More …

January Listings for Eastbourne Theatres

JACK & THE BEANSTALKDEVONSHIRE PARK THEATREFriday 6 December – Sunday 12 January, Various timesMoo-ve it to the box office and book tickets for a pantomime adventure to remember! Tucker and Martyn Knight return joined by a talented cast including Katherine Read More …

Amelie the Musical | Tour | Review

Amelie the Musical Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne 9th -14th September 2019 Amelie the Musical | Review The 2001 Oscar-nominated French movie Amelie has been adapted into a stage musical and is currently on a nationwide tour, this week calling at Read More …

September Listings for Eastbourne Theatres

CONGRESS THEATREMonday 2 – Saturday 7 SeptemberFAME Keith Jack (Any Dream Will Do), Mica Paris (Chicago) and Jorgie Porter (Hollyoaks).Featuring the Oscar-winning title song and a cast of outstanding dancers, singers, musicians and actors as they transform from star struck pupils Read More …

Christmas Picks 2019

Here we go again with our annual rundown of pantomimes and other delights for over the Christmas period. Whether you are taking your family on a magical afternoon out or you are looking for a night out with friends or Read More …

August Listings for Eastborne Theatres

DEVONSHIRE PARK THEATRE Thursday 25 July – Saturday 17 August THE 39 STEPS From the team behind last summer’s Return To The Forbidden Planet and One Man Two Guv’nors get ready for riotous comedy spy thriller, The 39 Steps. A Read More …

The Importance of Being Ernest | Tour | Review

The Importance of being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest Eastbourne, Devonshire Park Theatre Tuesday 24 April 2018 Big, Bold and Beautiful Theatre There is no better feeling of suspense in a theatre, than when the curtain is about to rise to unveil to the Read More …