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Exclusive Offer: Receive 20% off tickets to one of these fantastic productions

David Baddiel's ANiMALCOLM | 16-17 March | Connaught Theatre

Malcolm doesn’t like animals, which is a problem because his family loves them. Their house is full of pets. What the house is NOT full of is stuff Malcolm likes. Such as the laptop he wanted for his birthday.

The only bright spot on the horizon is the Year Six school trip, which Malcolm never thought his parents would pay for. And yet there he is, on the bus, heading to……oh no. A farm.

After a bizarre school trip unlike any other, Malcolm begins to understand animals more deeply than anyone. But will he end up the same as before? Because sometimes the hardest thing to become is…yourself.

A vibrant, energetic and gloriously funny new musical comedy from the award-winning Story Pocket Theatre. ANiMALCOLM combines physical theatre, puppetry and the company’s outstanding storytelling style to bring David Baddiel’s magical and wonderfully comic story to the stage.

Find out more about ANiMALCOLM.


My Mother Said I Never Should | 19-20 March | Connaught Theatre

My Mother Said I Never Should is a poignant, bittersweet story about love, jealousy and the price of freedom.

The play details the lives of four women through the immense social changes of the twentieth century. Using a kaleidoscopic time structure, Charlotte Keatley’s story focuses on four generations of one family as they confront the most significant moments of their lives.

In 1940, Doris, a former teacher, encourages her nine-year-old daughter, Margaret, to mind her manners and practice the piano. In 1969, Margaret’s relationship with her own daughter is strained, as art student Jackie experiments with her new found sexual freedom. When Jackie becomes pregnant at 18 and has baby Rosie, a decision is made that will affect all their lives irrevocably.

Written in 1985 and first staged at the Contact Theatre, Manchester, Charlotte Keatley’s award-winning play is the most commonly performed work by a female playwright worldwide. My Mother Said I Never Should has been translated into 22 languages and has earned Keatley the George Devine Award, as well as the Manchester Evening News Award for Best New Play. In 1990, Keatley was also nominated for an Olivier Award as Most Promising Newcomer.

London Classic Theatre first produced My Mother Said I Never Should in 2000 to critical acclaim. This revival by one of the UK’s leading touring companies promises to bring the play to life for a new generation.

“In its revelation of mother-daughter emotions over the years, the play is without rivals. It is a classic.” The Times

Find out more about My Mother Said I Never Should.


Opera Up Close: La Boheme | 23 March | Connaught Theatre

After the massive popularity of Worthing Theatres Royal Opera House film screenings they are thrilled to welcome LIVE Opera back to the stage at the Connaught Theatre. Olivier-Award Winning OperaUpClose present a new English version of Puccini’s La Boheme by Robin Norton-Hale.

One of the most accessible and moving operas ever written, La Bohème charts the ups and downs of a group of idealistic graduates as they bicker, party, try to make ends meet and follow their dreams. Aspiring novelist Rodolfo discovers a harsher reality when he falls for immigrant cleaner Mimi, while his best friend Marcello’s tempestuous relationship with his on-off girlfriend Musetta brings humour and fireworks to the stage.

Complete with a cast of talented Opera singers and live music, this award winning production is a must see for Opera fans.

Find out more about La Boheme.


Vincent Dance Theatre: Shut Down | 28 March | Connaught Theatre

Directed by one of the most important feminist artists working in Britain today (The Observer) SHUT DOWN explores the spectrum of modern day masculinity and investigates the pressures, contradictions and confusions of being a man.

Vincent Dance Theatre’s first ever all male production is timely, humorous and highly charged political and poetic dance theatre (London Dance), from one of the UK’s most risk-taking and rigorous choreographers.

Dance, spoken word, rap and real-life testimony collide to ask: what is it like to live as a man today?

"Vincent identifies, with forensic precision, the way men react to changing times" ★★★★ The Observer

Find out more about Shut Down.


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  • To receive 20% off tickets to one of these fantastic productions, just quote "TRAIN" to the Worthing Theatres box office in person, over the phone on 01903 206 206, or online at the checkout
  • This offer cannot be applied retrospectively on previously purchased theatre tickets for these shows, are non-refundable
  • Simply present a valid Southern/Thameslink/Great Northern train ticket dated March 2019
  • Offer valid between 1-31 March 2019
  • Worthing Theatres reserve the right to withdraw this offer at any time
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