Brighton & Hove
Otherplace (the team behind The Warren) are thrilled to be opening the doors to their new underground arts venue The Electric Arcade this April.
The Electric Arcade is a brand new live theatre, comedy, music and film venue nestled on Brighton beach, just East of the Palace Pier. This multifunctional space will provide a creative hub for Brighton’s diverse arts sector and access to high-quality live performance to the city’s discerning audiences.
Featuring two studio theatres and a main cabaret stage within its organic urban design, The Gaiety and The Pit also offer affordable rehearsal space for local artists right in the heart of the city.
Ahead of live performance restrictions being eased the venue’s two theatre spaces are going to be used as rehearsal spaces. Playing host to a range of local arts companies the venues will house readings, meetings, rehearsals and become writing rooms throughout the Spring for Stand up comedians, dancers, playwrights, poets and actors.