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Cabaret Orlando

The Marlborough Theatre presents Cabaret Orlando- 90 years of breaking the binary

There will a certain number of pay what you can tickets. Please call box office or email festivals@charleston.org.uk for details.

Brighton’s queer culture innovators The Marlborough Pub & Theatre sojourn at Charleston for a one-night stand to mark the ninetieth birthday of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography. Revel in a rebellious performance art cabaret that breaks the gender binary, offering contemporary reflections and provocations inspired by the iconic text. Featuring work from some of the UK’s most talented performers including Nando Messias, Marisa Carnesky and KUCHENGA. Join us as we channel the queer ghosts of the Bloomsbury group and rock you into a transformational slumber.

There will a certain number of pay what you can tickets. Please call the box office or email festivals@charleston.org.uk for details.

Return bus tickets from Old Stein, Brighton are £6:

7pm – The bus will leave from the Old Steine bus stop (near to the Royal Pavilion)

The bus will not wait for anyone and will leave promptly. Please have your bus tickets ready to show, either printed or on a device.

10.30pm – The bus will leave from Charleston car park

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Ticket options

  • Cabaret Orlando Ticket - 13 Oct, 8 pm £9.50 0 30 max
  • Cabaret Orlando Concession Ticket - 13 Oct, 8 pm £7.50 Charleston Friends, Marly Mates, Concessions 0 30 max
  • Cabaret Orlando Bus Ticket - 13 Oct, 7 pm £6.00 Return bus ticket from Old Steine, Brighton to Charleston. Leaves Brighton 7pm. Check event description for full details. 0 30 max
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The Marlborough Theatre presents Cabaret Orlando- 90 years of breaking the binary

There will a certain number of pay what you can tickets. Please call box office or email festivals@charleston.org.uk for details.

Brighton’s queer culture innovators The Marlborough Pub & Theatre sojourn at Charleston for a one-night stand to mark the ninetieth birthday of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography. Revel in a rebellious performance art cabaret that breaks the gender binary, offering contemporary reflections and provocations inspired by the iconic text. Featuring work from some of the UK’s most talented performers including Nando Messias, Marisa Carnesky and KUCHENGA. Join us as we channel the queer ghosts of the Bloomsbury group and rock you into a transformational slumber.

There will a certain number of pay what you can tickets. Please call the box office or email festivals@charleston.org.uk for details.

Return bus tickets from Old Stein, Brighton are £6:

7pm – The bus will leave from the Old Steine bus stop (near to the Royal Pavilion)

The bus will not wait for anyone and will leave promptly. Please have your bus tickets ready to show, either printed or on a device.

10.30pm – The bus will leave from Charleston car park

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