Chickenshed is the leading company in inclusive theatre. With a network of individually run shedlinks accross the UK all working by their inclusive artistic method.


The Theatre Shed Theatre Company, based at The Broadway Baptist Church in Chesham and The Beacon School in Chesham Bois, is all about raising the aspirations of local children and young adults irrespective of their background or ability.

Their vision is to build a sustainable theatre that brings together many more children and adults, from a range of backgrounds, to create wonderfully innovative, inspiring, inclusive theatre.

BOAT is Brightons only open air theatre. Built in the beautiful gardens  of Dyke Road Park it is a 400 seat ampitheatre hosting work from national and international companies during the summer months from May to September.

Printers Playhouse

Printers Playhouse opened its doors in June 2015 as a brand new theatre, music venue and workshop space in central Eastbourne. Offering a wide artistic programme of productions, workshops, actor training and music, this Eastbourne Community Arts Hub offers a safe space for local artists and musicians to share, collaborate, learn and develop new skills.

Architects of Air build ‘luminaria’ – monumental inflatable structures designed to generate a sense of wonder at the beauty of light and colour.

From, Hong Kong to Honolulu, Taipei to Tel Aviv, Sydney to Singapore, the monumental walk-in sculptures of Architects of Air have enchanted audiences around the world. Since 1992, over 3 million visitors in 41 countries across 5 continents have immersed themselves in the spectacular, luminous world of Architects of Air. 

The Open Market is Brightons only covered market. It underwent a major redevelopment in 2014 and is now home to over 50 of Brighton’s most talented and knowledgeable local producers and creators. With a strong focus on fresh nutritious foods and ethical products, the market has a range of traditional market stalls and runs special events throughout the year.

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