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Taking of the Shrew Outdoor Theatre

Type:Outdoor Theatre

Heskin Hall, Wood Lane, Chorley, Chorley, Lancashire, PR75PA

Tel: 01257452044

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Taking of the Shrew Outdoor Theatre

A great safe & socially distanced performance of one of the bards best known & humorous plays.
Tickets are £15 adults & £12 children

We are also providing a couple of " bolt on " food & drink options
GOLD - picnic for 2 & bottle of prosecco or wine £22
SILVER - 3 pints of beer, lager or cider £10.50.

This event will be fun with everyone's safety as a priority ( social distancing etc) so to keep everyone safe we are having to add some conditions

1. Please do bring you own chairs etc. We do ask that you give some thought to those around as everyone needs to have a reasonable view
2. We will seat people in the social distancing rules safe groups ( see below) - this may change as we go so please keep checking our page & website. The are will be marked and walkways set out.
3. You are welcome to bring your own food however to keep everyone safe we are asking people to please use our bar for alcoholic drinks. We feel we can better control consumption and therefore everyone's safety doing it this way. It's reasonably priced and we hope you will understand. Ticket sales will be limited by social distancing so this also will help us provide this an other events for you.

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