• Archived Events/ Spring 2019

    Luca Rutherford


    Political Party

    Thu 25 Apr 7.30pm | Full £10 | Conc £6 | Age 12+

    Do you ever get confused or overwhelmed by politics?

    Do you ever feel like the only way to make a difference is to change everything?

    Do you ever think that if you can’t change everything immediately there’s no point trying?

    Luca reached a point where thinking about politics made her want to lie down on the pavement and not get up. Instead of doing this she is throwing a party. A political party. There will be drinks, dancing and eggs! No experts. No big words.

    This is a show about getting messy with the messiness of politics.

    An ARC Stockton Production co-commissioned by the Albany, Camden People’s Theatre, Northern Stage and Unity Theatre

    Luca Rutherford’s Political Party, Written & Performed by Luca Rutherford, Directed by Alex Swift

    Designed by Bethany Wells, Original Music + Sound Design by Jamie Cook, Script Advise from Chris Goode & Dougald Hine, Movement by Lizzie J Klotz & Alys North, Lighting Design by Michael Morgan


    Image credit: Luca Rutherford
  • Archived Events/ Spring 2019

    Our Burials


    The Theatre Department at the University of Chichester presents two new plays, commissioned for its BA (Hons) Acting programme.

    By Adam Barnard

    Directed by Tara Robinson

    8th May 2019 | 1pm | £8/£5

    Our Burials is set in a nightmarish future where, following environmental catastrophe, Britain has returned to pre-industrial rural life – and where further disaster is kept at bay through human sacrifice to appease an angry Earth.

    Mary Grove Phoebe White
    Hana Cottingley Tabitha Catlin
    Sara Grove Hollie Lemoual
    Uncle D (David) Ted Vaudrey
    Tansie Tangle Rachael Hickton
    Col Tangle Murray Burgess
    Tom Fulmer Connor Powles
    Grant Culver Michael Bonilla Garcia
    Cooper Pollock Adrian Walker
    Mrs B Matilda Ingram
    Mr Archer Scott Bell
    Wolf Theo Moore

    Our Burials and Ephebiphobia

    • Set/Costume Designer Mayou Trikerioti
    • Set/Costume Assistants Georgia Cusworth and Hiba AlHussein
    • Lighting and Sound Kayleigh Hunt, Mike Spice and Vince Field
    • Creative Producer/Production Manager/Marketing Evi Stamatiou
    • Production Assistants Kayleigh Hunt, Jo Loader and Matthew Nicoll
    • Stage Managers Lucy Jenkinson and Lucy Vincent
    • Assistant Directors Laura Price and Zane Alecio

    Follow us at @ActingUoC @ChiUniTheatre @chiuni.

  • Archived Events/ Spring 2019



    (The Fear of Teenagers)

    By Tamsin Oglesby

    Directed by Joe Harmston

    8th May 2019 | 3pm | £8/£5

    Ephebiphobia looks at what happens when there is somewhere you could send a ‘teenage nightmare’, what might bring anyone to outsource parenting, and what it means to be a parent without control and a teenager looking for boundaries.

    Alen Zaxo
    Charlie Adams
    Charlotte Howes
    Craig Unadkat
    Emma Hutchison
    Grace Watkins
    Harry Franklin

    Job Bertrand
    Lara Taylor
    Lauren Haskett
    Maria Carleton
    Nathan Collins
    Will Seebohm

    Our Burials and Ephebiphobia

    • Set/Costume Designer Mayou Trikerioti
    • Set/Costume Assistants Georgia Cusworth and Hiba AlHussein
    • Lighting and Sound Kayleigh Hunt, Mike Spice and Vince Field
    • Creative Producer/Production Manager/Marketing Evi Stamatiou
    • Production Assistants Kayleigh Hunt, Jo Loader and Matthew Nicoll
    • Stage Managers Lucy Jenkinson and Lucy Vincent
    • Assistant Directors Laura Price and Zane Alecio

    Follow us at @ActingUoC @ChiUniTheatre @chiuni.

  • Archived Events/ Spring 2019

    3 Fall

    3fall 2019


    Thu 14 Feb 7.30pm | Full £10 | Conc £6 | Age 12+

    3Fall Dance Company presents 3 new professional works as well as pieces from emerging choreographers from the University of Chichester. Carmine De Amicis, who dances for Richard Alston Dance Company, has created the work ‘1943’. The piece is situated in a small Italian town under invasion during World War II.

    Antonia Grove’s ‘Ha Ha Ha’ explores uniformity and individuality within a group, as well as ideas of ritual practices and tribal dance.

    James Wilton’s ‘R504’ is an intense work exploring the regimes of Stalinst Russia.

    The show offers a mix of theatrical and captivating representations of contemporary dance theatre within a variety of themes.


    Image credit: Andrew Worsfold