Ratburger open air theatre production

Open Air Theatre: David Walliams’ Ratburger – SOLD OUT

Sunday 28 August 2016
Gates open at 6.00pm. Performance starts at 6.30pm and finishes at approx. 8.30pm.

***Sorry, this production has SOLD OUT***

The play

After the successful 2015 adaptation of Mr Stink (which David Walliams described as “Magnificent!”),
Heartbreak Productions returns with the theatrical premiere of David Walliams’ Ratburger, adapted for the outdoor stage.

Come and join the grand opening party of “Armitage’s Ices”, the ice cream parlour set up by 12-year-old Zoe and her Dad, and follow Zoe’s journey as she takes on the revolting characters that have proved to be one of the hallmarks of David Walliams’ appeal.

Ratburger book

Our heroine has a profound love of animals and a dream of travelling the world that keep her going as she copes with her disgusting neighbours, her recently unemployed dad, and the menacing Burt (of Burt’s Burgers) who is after Zoe and her pet rat! Voted the top children’s book of the year in 2012, David Walliams’ Ratburger encourages us to support Zoe as she battles through life.

Suitable for those aged 7+ years.

Booking tickets

Tickets are £12 for adults, £8 for children, or £35 for 2 adults and 2 children. Pre-booking is essential.

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You can book online  via the Eventbrite service using the button above. Alternatively, call us on 01243 811021 or email [email protected].

Please note that we cannot offer refunds for this production.

Food & drink

You are welcome to bring a picnic and enjoy your own refreshments. The Museum cafe will also be open before the performance and during the interval for you to buy hot drinks, cold drinks and snacks.

What to bring

Please bring your own low-backed seating or rugs. The performance is not under cover so it is advisable to come prepared for all types of weather.

Heartbreak go ahead in all but the worst of weathers. They will perform through rain. However, should torrential rain or thunder and lightning strike, they will stop the performance for health and safety reasons.

This judgement is down to the Event Co-ordinator on the day.