Shakespeare’s famous tragedy, Romeo and Juliet arrives in Brighton this week with award-winning theatre company, Box Clever offering a contemporary take on the tale of the two star-crossed lovers, aimed at engaging a younger audience without detracting from the fire and passion of the original work.
The Corn Exchange plays host to this production which features two shows daily on Wednesday and Thursday 12th and 13th March.
If you’re heading out to the show, why not complete your evening with a visit to Brighton’s oldest Italian restaurant, Pinocchio, before, or after the events in fair Verona?
Situated in the heart of the theatre district, Pinocchio has been serving hearty Italian food to the people of Brighton for nearly 40 years. Our extensive menu features all the delicious, Italian classics you know and love as well as our extremely popular set menu which starts at just £7.25pp for two courses. All freshly cooked by our team of gifted, Italian chefs and served in the lovely ambience of our stylish ristorante.
Pinocchio, Brighton. The perfect accompaniment to a night at the theatre.