From the moment you arrive you will be caught up in the festive atmosphere at this well know, iconic Brighton building.
Tickets will be available from 1st August direct from Worthing Theatres, from their website or from our usual pub outlets.
Brave leapers will be jumping into the River Arun from the red footbridge.
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