Outdoor Theatre: Pride and Prejudice

Saturday 14th July, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm.

Outdoor Theatre: Pride and Prejudice

Hoorah! Heartbreak Productions is pleased to announce that the Prince Regent is coming to visit. You are hereby required to attend an etiquette lesson hosted by The Association of Higher Etiquette and Manners (A.H.E.M.), who will educate you in the politesse of high society.

Join Heartbreak, the Bennet sisters, and a host of charming young bachelors (yes, Mr Darcy will be there. No really, yes, that Mr Darcy) for an evening of comedy, romance, and more than one come-uppance, as we learn how to behave, ahem, properly.

Champagne and cucumber sandwiches are permitted at this outdoor adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, but do ensure you know how to properly use a napkin, remember to chew with your mouths closed, and please try not to fall in love with Mr Darcy, as we believe he is very soon to be engaged. (You may also want to bring a blanket or chair to sit on and an umbrella, should the weather look inclement).

Approximate Show timings;

  • Doors: 6.00 pm
  • Show starts: 7.00 pm
  • Interval: 15 to 20 minutes
  • Show finishes: 10.00 pm

Refreshments will be available from the Tithe Barn Cafe before the show from 6.00 pm and during the interval.

Tickets: 

Adult £12.50, Concession £10.00, Child £9.00 – available from the site during opening hours or by calling 01455 290429 (open 7 days a week from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm).

Click here to see a short promotional film of Heartbreak’s 2014 production of Pride & Prejudice.

SHOW INFORMATION

  • No seating is provided, so you’ll need to bring low backed chairs or blankets to sit on. No gazebos
  • Well behaved Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times and visitors with dogs may be asked to sit at the edge of the audience.
  • This is suitable for 8 years +.

 

  

 

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