Tickets on sale for Suddenly Last Summer
We’re so pleased to announce that our production of “Suddenly Last Summer” by Tennessee Williams, will be going ahead!
Tickets are on sale now and show dates are 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 August.
In order to allow for social distancing, our seating arrangement has been amended. We will now have an audience maximum of 40 people – 5 rows of 8 seats, with spaces between each group of 2 seats, as well as extended spaces between rows.
We will have hand sanitation stations at the hall for your use. We ask that you only attend a show if you’re feeling well and have no symptoms of being sick. If any ticket holder becomes sick before their show, please contact BoxOffice at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll gladly exchange your tickets or refund if required.
About the Play
Suddenly Last Summer tells the story of Sebastian Venable, a wealthy poet who died when he was on vacation last summer with his wild cousin Catharine Holly. Upon returning, Catharine’s story of how Sebastian died is deemed so disturbing that she was sent to an institution, paid for by Sebastian’s mother Violet. However, troubled by Catharine’s continuous ramblings, she calls on a doctor that specialises in lobotomies to conduct one on her niece. In interviewing both Violet and Catharine to see if a lobotomy is necessary, the story unravels, slowly, until we discover what really happened to Sebastian Venable.