Theatre Royal Brighton is a historic Grade II listed theatre in Brighton, Sussex. The theater hosts musicals, plays, opera and ballet throughout the year, as well as Creative Learning events, workshops and courses. The venue has a capacity of 952 seats over four levels and features a wonderful Proscenium.
In recent years the theater has hosted popular shows such as Priscilla Queen of the Desert, The Rocky Horror Show and Spamalot in order to appeal to a wider audience. The theatre was bought by the Ambassador Theatre Group in 1999 who have developed the infrastructure of the theatre, as well as investing in new productions and creating alliances with arts organizations.
In 2007 the theatre celebrated it’s 200th anniversary with a year of special events including a visit by Queen Elizabeth II when Her Majesty renamed a box in the theater The Queen Elizabeth II Box.