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Two - A Jim Cartwright Play
Two - A Jim Cartwright Play

Sun, 09 Jun


Chichester City Arts Centre

Two - A Jim Cartwright Play

Powerful human drama.

Time & Venue

09 Jun 2024, 19:30 – 21:00

Chichester City Arts Centre, St Bartholomew’s Church, Mount Ln, Chichester PO19 3DQ, UK

What you need to know

About the show

Set in a local northern pub, Two tells the story of The Landlord and Landlady, their cheery greeting and friendly banter barely disguise their contempt for each other. 

They met outside the pub when they were kids and now they own the place. During the course of the evening, assorted customers pass through, and we get a small snapshot into each of their lives. 

From the award-winning writer of Little Voice and Road, Jim Cartwright's third play Two was first performed in 1989 at the Octagon Theatre in Bolton, then transferred to the Young Vic Theatre. It won the Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best New Play.

About the artist

A2B Theatre: Gina Cameron and Andy Bell. Alexandra Worrall, director.

Andy Bell has been acting since 2003 his beginnings and much of his performance and learning have been at New Venture Theatre. In this time he has appeared in a wide range of plays, a small selection as follows, at NVT as Lenny in ''Of Mice and Men {Best Actor Award - Brighton & Hove Arts Council Awards 2010), Mr Boo in ''Little Voice'', Victor in Arthur Miller's ''The Price''; Truscott in ''Loot'', Richard III as Hastings, Sideway in Our Country''s Good, Pierrepoint in Hangmen (2022) - Larry in Patrick Marber''s ''Closer'' for Sideway Theatre, and 1 half of Jim Cartwright''s ''Two'' for Shatterproof Productions at the Nightingale Theatre 2011. Berkoffs'' Greek'' at Brighton Little Theatre. He has performed with Identity Theatre at Brighton Open Air Theatre 2017-19 in The Crucible as John Proctor, Peter in Blue Remembered Hills and Mr Lockwood in Wuthering Heights.

Gina Cameron trained at  G.S.A and Hull University. Theatre credits include:  Sweeney Todd, Mrs.Lovett, dir.Nick Phillips (Edinburgh Festival ) also for L.O.S.M.T, The Kantanti Ensemble and E.O.D.S. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Helena/Hippolyta, dir. Ian Talbot (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Love off the Shelf, The Other Woman, dir. Alan Ayckbourn (The Stephen Joseph Theatre ), Time and the Conways, Madge, dir. Graham Sinclair (Basingstoke), Inspector Calls, Sheila Birling u/s, dir. Stephen Daldry (National Theatre), A Christmas Carol, Ghost of Christmas Past, dir. Sean Holmes (Orange Tree Richmond), Blue Movie, dir. John Godber, (Battersea Arts Centre).

Alexandra Worrall - Director. Alexandra has a career spanning 40 years as performer, choreographer and director. She was a principal dancer in Northern Ballet, then appeared in many west end musicals and plays, in regional theatre and abroad. Alex has regularly interspersed performing and choreographing with directing.

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Ticket info

Standard: £12

NHS/Concessions: £10

Seats are allocated on a first come first served basis. Refunds are not available, though if you can't make the show, you can always pass your ticket on to someone else.

The venue

A new arts and community venue close to the city centre, set in the former church of St Bartholomew’s (a 200 year old late Georgian grade II listed building!).

Please read our Accessibility Guide if you’d like information on our 2024 venues.


This event is suitable for all. 


  • Standard

    Seats are served on a first come first served basis.

    +£0.30 service fee
  • NHS/Concessions

    Seats are served on a first come first served basis.

    +£0.25 service fee



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