The following questions also pertain to the Birthday Bash and Sonnet Walks
These events are open-air. Is there cover for the audience?
No. Both acting company and audience are open to the elements. We suggest you bring warm, waterproof clothing as well as sun cream. See our Terms & Conditions for full Weather Policy.
We have small children, will the performances be suitable for them?
We believe that it is crucial for children and young people to see live theatre, so our productions are always made suitable for all ages. (If you have very young children (4yrs and under) you may wish to consider how well they can concentrate for two and half hours).
Can we bring a picnic?
Yes - that's all part of the fun!
Can we bring our own alcohol?
No. As GSC is responsible for what alcohol is consumed on site we kindly ask that all alcohol is purchased from our onsite bar.
Is there a bar?
Yes. There will be a bar serving beers and wine, tea, coffee and soft drinks. Apart from flapjacks, crisps and confectionery there will be no food on sale.
Is seating provided?
Yes. We provide seating for our audiences, set out in a theatre style, subject to availability.
Is the seating reserved?
No. Seating is unallocated. Once you have booked your ticket, this guarantees you a seat, but we do not reserve a seat number for you. Simply turn up and choose your seats when you arrive. The earlier you arrive, the more choice you have.
What if the seats are sold out?
If the seating is all sold out for a particular performance, our Box Office will let you know.
Are there toilets?
Are dogs allowed at the performances?
We regret that only disability dogs are allowed to attend the performances. Please be aware there may be effects, amplified music and gunshots in the production.
Where can we park?
Click here for Venue & Directions info.
Can we take photos/videos?
No. The taking of photographs and videos is strictly prohibited.
Is the dialogue updated, or is it Shakespeare’s
The performance will always be Shakespeare’s original text and not modernised, although the setting of the play might well be modern. Productions have been set in the 1790s, 1920s, 1930s and 1960s for example.