WICK Theatre Company has just launched its 2016 season, with four great shows planned at the Barn Theatre, Southwick.
The new season will be covered by a similar Gold Card bargain offer to last year.
The scheme was first launched last November, giving people the chance to book up for a whole season of top entertainment for £36.
Rosemary Bouchy, from the publicity team, said: “The good news is that there is no increase in ticket prices - £11 for each show, or, if you invest in a Gold Card, it costs just £36 for all four productions.
“If you find you can’t use one of the tickets, that’s no problem as you can always pass it on to a friend or family member.”
The season kicks off in early January with a new version of the great Ealing Comedy, The Ladykillers, written by Graham Linehan.
This will be followed at the end of March with a classic Pinter, The Birthday Party.
There’s glorious farce for summer with No Sex Please, We’re British, by Alistair Foot and Anthony Marriott, which is the June production.
Wick then closes the season in September with Dario Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist.
For more details of the Gold Card Scheme, pick up a brochure at Southwick Community Centre, Southwick Street, Southwick, or contact Judith Berrill, Wick Card Secretary, 14 Hartington Villas, Hove BN3 6HF, email email@example.com or telephone 01273 771244.
n Wick Theate Company’s last show for the 2015 season will be Rope, the Brighton and Hove Arts Council Drama Awards entry.
Patrick Hamilton’s masterpiece will be performed at the Barn Theatre from Wednesday, October 7, to Saturday, October 10, at 7.45pm daily.
It follows ‘the perfect murder’ and is full of suspense and intrigue.
Tickets are £11, available from the box office on 01903 597094 or via the website www.wicktheatre.co.uk
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