Written by Jane Austen and adapted by Laura Turner,Pride and Prejudicewill be appearing at the Octagon Theatre on Thursday 5 September at 7.30pm. Best known for their open-air performances, Chapterhouse Theatre Company will be bringing their latest work to the Octagon stage this autumn.
Having now toured for 13 years, Chapterhouse Theatre Company prides itself on producing traditional and accessible theatre for all. Every costume is made with acute attention to detail and period, and each show features enchanting accompanied singing performed live by cast members.
Pride and Prejudiceis “Another winning production from Chapterhouse” (The Stage, 2012) and is the latest in a long line of fantastic works produced by the company, including: Sense and Sensibility, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and A Christmas Carol.
Tickets are just £13.50, concessions £12, and a family saver is £42; footlights and groups of 10+ are £10.
Don’t miss your chance to experience a wonderful production of a truly classic novel; after all, it is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.
Book now! Call 01935 422884, visit www.octagon-theatre.co.uk or simply pop into the Box Office.