Ann Poupard Theatre Trail

What’s it about?

For the first time since 2018, the popular Theatre Trail returns, featuring three plays, beginning in a barn in Charlton Street.

Thin Ig, written for and about Steyning by local resident Francesca Zoutewelle with fellow actor and writer, Jenny Wall, reunites two sisters in a Steyning transformed by climate change: encountering spirits of the past, they face choices that determine the future.

The Brooch, by Rebecca Cunningham, is an intense drama with an unsettling twist, performed in the Parish Church.

Three Degrees of Freedom, by local resident Deborah McMahon, features three generations of women and their differing degrees of freedom.

Packed lunches, tea and coffee included in the ticket price will be available between the second and third plays.

When and Where?

MONDAY 27th MAY (Please note that there is a second trail on Tuesday 28th May. Please ensure that you are booking for the correct date.)

Venues: Charlton Street; Parish Church; Brotherhood Hall

The audience are asked to gather at 10.45 in the car park by the Memorial Playing Field, off Charlton Street, near the Police Station. They will be guided from there to the venues.