Your Sussex March Stage Diary
PUBLISHED: 12:58 29 February 2012 | UPDATED: 21:08 20 February 2013
All the world's a stage, and here is the offering Sussex has
8pm. The well-known grouchy, deadpan US stand-up comic. Looking like a Pearl Jam roadie, Rich is a master of absurdist irony while eschewing the human condition. Winner of the Perrier Award 2000 and two Emmy Awards, he is also often a panelist on BBC2s show QI. Tickets: 15.
De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill on Sea: 01424 229111.
Cinderella on Ice
A real ice rink will be built on the Congress stage enabling the Russian Ice Stars to glide and swirl their way through this best loved of all fairytales. The high-speed combination of extraordinary skating beautifully staged and breathtaking aerial feats will leave you mesmerised. Times vary. Tickets: 16.50-27.50.
Congress Theatre, Eastbourne: 01323 412000.
Blanca Li Dance Company
2pm and 8pm. Take the urban street-dance style electro a dazzling mix of breaking, disco, vogue, popping and locking straight from the suburbs of Paris. Mix in some physical theatre, contemporary dance and a blistering soundtrack of techno, electro house, Afrobeat and classical music. The result is the fastest, funniest, most colourful and anarchic live street-dance show youll ever experience! Tickets: 15, 17.50.
Corn Exchange, Brighton: 01273 709709.
Chinese State Circus
From the land of legends and warrior Shaolin monks comes the incredible new Chinese State Circus production the live acrobatic spectacular Yin Yang.
The undisputed masters of physical theatre will have the audience enthralled with a breathtaking fusion of precision acrobatics, martial arts and dazzling circus skills. Times vary. Tickets: 25, Children 20, Family ticket 70.
Crawley: 01293 553636.
7.30pm. Kafkas universal parable about the human condition is retold in Berkoffs startlingly original, fresh and endlessly surprising play, which Blackeyed Theatre brings back to the stage in their inimitable way.
Tickets: 15. Connaught Theatre, Worthing: 01903 206206.
The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
7.30pm. With comedy routines, songs and live music from the Music Halls this new adaptation of Robert Tressells famous novel is a hilarious fast- paced comedy. Set in Hastings, the play centres around a year in the life of painters and decorators as they struggle for survival in Edwardian England. Tickets: 14.50, Under 16 8.50, Family ticket 38. White Rock Theatre, Hastings: 01424 462 288