Clean: The Musical explores the lives of seven women living in the historic Roundhill (or Laundry Hill) area of Brighton through different eras. It highlights how much has and hasn’t changed from 1870 to today, and is a rousing celebration of women's resilience through difficult times.


Sisterhood is a common thread - from laundry to women’s hospital to modern female friendships. Other themes include suffrage, sexuality, mental health and - topically - the smallpox outbreak in 1950, which has eery parallels with COVID seventy years later.


Winner of the Outstanding Theatre Award at Brighton Fringe, 2021.




“This should be in the West End"; “I’ve never heard a new musical come up to this one”; "a true homage to the women it celebrates" - Outstanding Show - Fringe Review


“A triumph in every sense”; "A spine tingling musical soundscape"; "more than deserves to be seen by a very wide audience" - ***** - Latest Brighton


"touched everyone's hearts"; "has the spirit of Les Miserables, and a strong potential to be taken into the West End" - ***** - Broadway Baby



Book & lyrics by Sam Chittenden; music by Simon Scardanelli.


A Different Theatre Production. @DiffTheatre

Tickets £12

(plus booking fee)

25th September, 7.30pm

Bar from 7pm

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