Ironworks Studios is a fantastic new multimedia studio and event space in the middle of Brighton, just a few minutes’ walk from the main train station and the home to Brighton & Hove Pride, the UK’s biggest Pride festival, a not-for-profit organisation.

We have an audience reception with licensed bar serving Teas coffees & refreshments.

We are a local cultural space with an international outlook and seek to present high-quality, innovative, inspirational, and engaging work to entertain, inform, educate, and thereby enrich the cultural life of the LGBTQ+ community and the residents of Brighton & Hove.

All productions support our local charities and community groups, including the Brighton Rainbow Fund, the Pride Community Foundation and Pride Cultural Development Fund.

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Ironworks Studios runs all its events within the current COVID guidelines (see our policies here). See Ticket Shop for T&Cs.

Pride at the Ironworks
1st Aug-30th Sept

‘Pride at the Ironworks’ supported by Tesco is a season of cabaret, comedy and live music celebrating LGBTQ+ culture and diversity, and part of a fantastic new year round cultural calendar that views the world through a variety of lenses, amplifying unheard voices.

Our mission is to present high-quality, innovative, inspirational, and engaging work to entertain, inform, educate, and thereby enrich the cultural life of the LGBTQ+ community and the residents of Brighton & Hove.

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The Lady In The Van
8th-12th Sept

by Alan Bennett. 

Sarah Mann Company presents the original stage play of the popular film.
A funny and poignant tale about the generosity of the human spirit, possibly.
“When Miss Shepherd drove her van into my garden in 1974 friends used to ask me if I was planning to write a play about her. I wasn’t, but 25 years later I did.”– Alan Bennett. 
She came for three months and stayed for fifteen years.

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