The Northbrook Theatre is a training venue for performers, technicians and production students and is the primary facility for the Southern Theatre Arts Centre. It is located at the West Durrington campus, Worthing and seats 200 in conventional format and up to 300 in concert mode. The purpose built theatre is a fully licensed professional Theatre receiving both in-house projects and leading touring companies such as Faulty Optic, Kompact Theatre Company, Company Collisions, Not The National Theatre, Periplum and residencies by the National Theatre. Admission to these events forms part of all theatre students’ programmes of study and are accompanied by workshops and forums. The Theatre is extensively resourced with up-to-the-minute technical equipment: digital sound, moving lights and multimedia projection. Facilities include a fly tower with twenty one hemp and counterweight bars, dressing rooms, a variety of staging units and the Box Office with computerised ticketing. Additionally, there is a licensed Student Bar which is open during term time and for all performances. The theatre course programmes are structured around the full availability of the Theatre which stages over 50 student, professional and community shows a year, ranging from innovative drama and dance to exciting musicals and rock concerts.