Written in Brighton in 1887, Dandy Dick is the inaugural production of Theatre Royal Brighton Productions.
Dandy Dick tells the hilarious story of the Very Reverend Augustin Jedd, a pillar of Victorian respectability, who preaches regularly against the evils of the Turf. But a visit from his tearaway sister, herself an habitual gambler, leads him to risk all at the races, much against his better judgement. Mayhem ensues, with romantic intrigue, mistaken identity and a runaway horse… Following his huge success with The Madness of George III in the West End, Christopher Luscombe directs a solid gold cast of comic actors in what is surely the must-see comedy of 2012.
Tickets: £15.00 – £35.00
Mon – Sat evens 7.45pm
Thu 5 July & Sat mats 2.30pm
Some of the Sea Spray Hotel will be attending this event!