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Outdoor Theatre – A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare
Sun 14th June 2020
6.30pm (earliest entry 5.30pm)
A story of order and disorder, reality and appearance and love and marriage. Our story follows a troupe of actors deep into the enchanted forest – a dream world of flying fairies, mistaken identities and love triangles.
Perfectly scripted for the outdoor stage, join Heartbreak Productions for Shakespeare’s most-loved comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, like you’ve never seen it before!
Adult £16.00, Child £12.00
Running Time: 2 Hours 15 minutes including an interval
Picnics welcome, please bring your own rugs or low-backed chairs.
** Unfortunately we are unable to allow dogs into the performance area, other than service dogs.
Frequently Asked Questions for A Midsummer Night’s Dream
WHAT TIME DOES THE PERFORMANCE START?
The performance will start on the Lower Terrace at 6.30pm.
WHAT TIME DOES THE PERFORMANCE FINISH?
The performance will finish at approximately 9.00pm
WILL THERE BE AN INTERVAL
Yes, there will be a short interval during the performance
CAN I ARRIVE EARLIER THAN 5.30PM
Your theatre ticket only allows access to the grounds from 5.30pm however should you wish to arrive earlier in the day, a separate ticket would be required.
CAN I BRING A PICNIC?
You are very welcome to bring a picnic.
WILL REFRESHMENTS BE AVAILABLE?
A small tuck-shop selling cold drinks, ice cream and prosecco will be situated on the Lower Terrace until the end of the interval.
CAN I BRING A RUG/CHAIR TO SIT ON?
We are not providing seating for this performance; you are very welcome to bring a rug to sit on and / or a low backed chair. Please kindly note that the Lower Terrace is flat so please keep chairs to the outer edges of the audience area if possible to avoid obstructing the view of those behind you.
CAN I BRING AN UMBRELLA?
Unfortunately umbrellas are not permitted as they may obstruct the view of those seated behind you.
WILL THE PERFORMANCE GO AHEAD IF IT’S RAINING?
The performance will still go ahead if it rains so please bring waterproof clothing if appropriate. Equally, please consider that shade is limited on the Lower Terrace so please remember your sun cream and sun hats.
ARE THERE TOILETS ON THE LOWER TERRACE?
We will have some temporary toilets situated on the Lower Terrace. The portcullis toilets are also only a short walk away.
HOW CAN I ACCESS THE LOWER TERRACE WITH A BUGGY OR WHEELCHAIR?
The Lower Terrace is accessed by steps but there is a path for buggies and wheelchairs which can be found by walking a short way down the main drive and taking the first track on the right.
CAN I BRING MY DOG?
Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted in the Outdoor Theatre area as they may disturb the performance.
DO I NEED TO PRINT MY TICKETS OUT?
No, you can show your tickets on a phone or mobile device, as long as we can see the barcode. Please ensure you download your ticket to your device prior to arrival as connection to the internet is sometimes slow at Eastnor!
IS THE WALK BACK TO THE CAR PARK LIT?
Although it will still be light at the end of the performance, the route back to the car park is not lit so you may wish to consider bringing a torch to assist you should the daylight be limited.