This December, Brighton Open Air Theatre presents its first ever Christmas season, with two outdoor, socially-distanced and Covid-safe productions. The theatre’s site will be transformed into a festive paradise, with fire pits, fairy lights and mulled wine at the bar. The shows are each an hour long, and run from Tuesday 8 to Thursday 24 December. On Tuesday 15 December, there will be a BSL interpreter on stage to sign both performances.
HANSEL AND GRETEL? (A POSTMODERN PANTOMIME)
by Luke R. Francis, directed by Will Mytum
£10 to £15 (£45 family ticket)
Suitable for ages 8+
Bill has been plucked from the audience to play Hansel, Simon the Dame is desperate to catch the early train home, Toni is doing her best to suppress her crush on Bill, and Mal the director tries to keep everything going as the walls start falling in. Click here for more information!
THE SNOW QUEEN
by Tatty Hennessy after Hans Christian Anderson, directed by Lucy Jane Atkinson
£8 to £12.50 (£35 family ticket)
Suitable for ages 2+
Greta’s brother, Kay, has been acting strange. He’s mean and moody and won’t play games. The Snow Queen must have snatched him, and left an imposter in his place! Click here for more info!
Don’t forget that Compass Card holders qualify for the ‘concession’ rate on all tickets at BOAT and if the card holder needs support, there’s a free carer’s ticket, whether there’s a special offer or not. To access the free carer ticket (a ‘personal assistant/companion’ ticket), buy your other tickets online and then email by clicking here and the carer ticket will be issued.
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