Brighton Theatre CompanyBrighton Theatre Company began its days as 'The St Andrew's Players' performing at St. Andrew's Church Hall in Brighton.
The company then moved on to St Peter's Parish Hall, Were Street and were known as 'Brighton Repertory Company', later changing their name to 'Brighton Theatre Company'. An invitation was received from Brighton Council to use the main auditorium of the Town Hall, and in 1984 we began operations on that site.
BTC stages four productions each year. Plays are selected by the Play Reading Committee from scripts submitted by its chosen Directors, as well as those suggested by members. The company aims to produce a range of theatrical experiences from comedy to drama, by a wide variety of Australian and international authors.
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❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Cnr Wilson St and Carpenter St Brighton | Map
✆ 1300 752 126
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Brighton Theatre Company
❊ Also See... ❊
→ Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre
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