Open Air Theatre: Cyrano (Ticketed)
The Company presents a promenade performance* of Cyrano!
A story of love, swashbuckling honour, torn allegiances and a large nose! Come and enjoy the spectacle, as the Museum’s medieval Market Square is filled with fast action, live music and songs based on traditional Sussex folk tunes.
Built around John Wells’ adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s classic play, and developed specially for the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, this outdoor performance is suitable for anyone aged 8 years and over. Adapted by Suzi Hopkins, directed by Stephen Israel, with musical composition by Mike Simmonds.
You can book online (please click here and you will be re-directed to an Eventbrite page for the booking).
Alternatively call us on 01243 811021 or email [email protected].
- £10 full price
- £7 concession rate (under 25s & OAPs)
- £30 family ticket (2 adults & 2 children)
To speed up your entry it is advisable to purchase tickets in advance, although tickets will be available to purchase on the gate.
Performance dates & times
- Friday 10 June
- Saturday 11 June
- Sunday 12 June
- Friday 17 June
- Saturday 18 June
- Sunday 19 June
- Friday 1 July
- Saturday 2 July (matinee performance – starts 2pm)
- Sunday 3 July
Doors open 6.30pm. Performances start at 7.15pm, except Saturday 2 July, which is a family matinee performance starting at 2pm.
Doors will open 45 minutes before the performance begins, for those who wish to picnic before the show. The Museum’s cafe kiosk will be open, serving hot and cold drinks and snacks both before the performance and during the interval.
This is an outdoor performance – please wear (and bring) clothing suited to our unpredictable climate!
* Please note that this is a promenade performance, so audiences will be standing for much of the time.