Museums at Night – Two Halves of Guinness, with Trevor Littledale

Fancy ‘a pint, a pie and a performance’ in a quirky, unique venue?

As part of the national ‘Museums at Night’ event, Brighton Toy and Model Museum is delighted to present ‘Two Halves of Guinness’ – a one man play from the West End, written by Mark Burgess, performed by Trevor Littledale.

Mark Burgess’ funny and insightful play sees Trevor Littledale offer an uncanny portrayal of Alec Guinness reflecting on acting, faith, family, and his shattering insecurity, played to a background of the golden days of British film and theatre.

We join Sir Alec in the late 70’s, as Star Wars is set to become one of the biggest films of all time, featuring his iconic performance as Obi-Wan Kenobi. Amidst fears he will be remembered only as a Jedi Knight, Sir Alec hadn’t counted on the involvement of a master spy ….

“a first class performance …. A great piece of writing and performance” The Times

Tickets available from our Eventbrite page here:

Your Ticket covers entry to the performance a pie and a drink of your choice.

Pies are kindly donated by Higgidy Kitchen and beer donated from Bedlam Brewery: