The Hawkhurst Gang (Ticketed)
Saturday 6th October 3.00pm and 7.00pm and Sunday 7th October 3.00pm.
Gates open 2.30pm for matinee performances and 6.30pm for evening performances.
Chichester Community Theatre presents ‘The Hawkhurst Gang’
Written by Greg Mosse and directed by Roger Redfarn, ‘The Hawkhurst Gang’ is set in and around Chichester in the late 1740s. The play tells the story of kidnap, torture and murder in the age of smuggling.
Performances will take place at the Museum on Saturday 6th October 2018 at 3.00pm and 7.00pm and Sunday 7th October 3.00pm in the Museum’s Downland Gridshell building.
Recommended age: 12 years or over (parental guidance recommended to to references to off-stage violence).
Programs £1.00 each.
Please note that, due to the nature of this event – and for the comfort of the audience – no dogs (except assistance dogs) are permitted at this performance.
Tickets are £12.00 per person. Tickets for disabled/single helper are £10.00 each.
Tickets for Museum Annual Members are £10.00 each (proof of membership must be shown upon arrival for discounted tickets to be valid).
Information for visitors
Theatre tickets permit entry to the Museum 30 minutes prior to the performance start time only.
Although children are welcome,
The performance is seated and will take place in the Museum’s Downland Gridshell building. Visitors with access needs can gain level entry to this building – please talk to our team upon arrival for directions.
The Museum’s waterside café, Wattle & Daub, will be open before the performance and during the interval for you to buy drinks and snacks. You are welcome to bring a picnic and enjoy your own refreshments.