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Ann Poupard Theatre Trail

Saturday 23rd May
11:00 - 16:00

Doors Open: 10:45
Artist: Local performers
Venue: Steyning Cricket Club
Adult Ticket: £20.00
Under 18 Ticket: £20.00
The Theatre Trail consists of four very varied one act plays specifically written for the Steyning Festival (on this occasion all by women and two by local authors). Performed by a small group of experienced actors in four different venues around the town, all within easy walking distance. The plays start on the hour and last about 40 minutes each. There will be a one hour lunch break. Lunch is not included in the ticket price.

The plays are: 'Thin Ig' by Fran Zoutewelle and Jenny Wall; 'The Brooch' by Rebecca Cunningham; 'You Must Mean My Sister' by Deborah McMahon and 'The City Restaurant' by Sally Roger. They range from farce and romantic comedy to poetic mysticism and domestic tragedy. The authors will be present and there will be a chance to ask questions at the end of the trail.
Walks and tours meeting point:
The audience to gather in the car park between the Police Station and the Cricket Club. Directions to all four venues will be issued at the start.
Distance: Half a mile
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Disabled Access Available
Arrangements for disabled access at each venue will be given at the start


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