The Marlborough Theatre
Published On November 27, 2014 | Theatres & Venues
Only a stone’s throw from both the Pier and the Pavilion, the Marlborough theatre is one of Brighton’s oldest and quirkiest public houses, a real local gem – seemingly tucked away from it all while being smack bang in the heart of the city. Its unique personality is partly due to it’s history – rumours of tunnels leading to the Pavilion, debauchery and ghosts – and partly due to the murals and installations from local artists and the interesting calendar of events. The theatre is buzzing year round with theatre, comedy, music, workshops and literature events.