|AR||01||The Road To Ruin||20070226||20080427|
Lynne Truss introduces a series of theatrical short stories, specially commissioned to celebrate the bicentenary of the Theatre Royal, Brighton.
It's 1813, and the stage doorman has a tale to tell of backstage lust and treachery.
|AR||02||A Stage In Life||20070227||20080504|
By Cathy Feeny.
|AR||03||Bela In Brighton||20070228||20080511|
By Stephen Sheridan.
In 1951, Bela Lugosi visited Brighton to play Count Dracula.
This bittersweet black comedy is read by Timothy West
|AR||04||Marlene And Me||20070301||20080518|
A suicidal manservant's life is transformed when he sees Marlene Dietrich on stage in 1965.
|AR||05 LAST||Nell's First Night||20070302||20080525|
What better way for Nell to give her 13-year-old god-daughter a treat, than to take her to a 'proper' theatre?