Alice in Lockdown - Outdoor Theatre

18th August 7:00pm - 10:00pm


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The first performance in our revised 2020 Outdoor Theatre Season is a brand new and up to date show by Heartbreak Productions entitled “Alice in Lockdown”.

“Join Alice as she ventures through the Lockdown Looking Glass and explores a curious world filled with Cheshire Cats, White Rabbits and Red Queens, all while keeping a safe distance of 2 meters and using PPE to do her shopping. Whether battling Tweedle-dum and Tweedle-dee for the last loo roll or attending the Mad Hatter’s tea party via Zoom, Alice’s socially-distanced adventures are the perfect antidote to the stay-at-home blues.”

 

So away with the quarantinis! Pack the picnic, pop the Prosecco, and join Heartbreak Productions for this open-air performance of Alice In Lockdown.

Heartbreak Productions say:

*“While we are thrilled to be back, we recognise that some adjustments will need to be made to the way we do things. Therefore, when you arrive for the show, we ask that you please abide by the 2m social distancing guidelines. A steward will guide you to a socially-distanced island, based on your party size. All islands will be spaced two meters apart. *

The islands are allocated as: Dormouse – radius of 1.2 meters – a lovely size for one small picnic blanket or 2 chairs and a picnic. For up to 2 people, mix of adult/child*
Cheshire Cat – radius of 1.5 meters – a perfectly suitable situation for 2 adults and 2 children, or 1 adult and 3 children, but no more than 4 people in any case, to eat a scrummy picnic and enjoy the show
Mad Hatter – radius of 2 meters – space for chairs, blankets, picnics, and prosecco for up to 6 people, a mix of adults and children (but not 6 big – you wouldn’t all fit and that would really be mad!)*child is defined as under 12”

The show will take place on 18th August 2020, starting at 7pm, with doors opening at 6pm.

This is a family show (recommended age, 5+) and tickets are £15 Adults, £10 Child, £10 Key Workers. TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

The performance will take place without an interval and will go ahead whatever the weather, so please come prepared!

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