This performance of Pride and Prejudice is a ‘Pay What You Can’ performance.
Live entertainment doesn’t have to cost a fortune. See world-class theatre for the price you can afford with our Pay What You Can performances.
Join us for Pride and Prejudice on Wed 20 Sept or Wed 27 Sept at 7:45pm and pay…whatever you can. 50p, £1, £5; whatever you can afford to give us, that’s what the tickets cost for that performance.
How does it work?
Tickets will only be available to purchase on the day of the performance, in person from Box Office and cannot be bought online or over the telephone. Box Office will be open from 10am and tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis and issued in sequence.
You will need to fill out a Pay What You Can form at the Box Office on Wednesday 20 September or Wednesday 27 September, and bring along however much money you want to pay for your ticket, which you privately place in an envelope. You can also download and print out the Pay What You Can form in advance here.
No choice of ticket is possible. Tickets are limited to two per person. Payments must be made in cash only. Tickets cannot be exchanged to other performances or refunded. Subject to availability. If you have mobility requirements or use a wheelchair please contact Nottingham Playhouse Box Office on 0115 941 9419 on Wednesday 20 September 2017 only.
About the Play
The most famous love story our country has ever produced, yet the women don’t work, the servants don’t speak, and who cares how filthy rich Mr Darcy is when he is so arrogant and RUDE?
Elizabeth Bennet is witty and clever, has terrible manners and muddy shoes. But with no independence, is her ending actually happy? Or have we been distracted by Colin Firth and frilly shirts?
If you’ve always heard people saying “Austen is so funny” and you never got it – you will now!
In a brand new comic adaptation by stand-up comedian Sara Pascoe with an original score from Emmy the Great and directed by Susannah Tresilian (Director of Posh in 2015) prepare yourself for a playful, truthful and occasionally disrespectful* take on this brilliant novel.
*Don’t be uptight about it, it’s what Jane would do.
Dates & Times
|Pride and Prejudice: Pay What You Can Performance - Wed 20 Sep 7:45pm Wed 20 Sep||Main House||7:45pm||Pay What You Can|
|Pride and Prejudice: Pay What You Can Performance - Wed 27 Sep 7:45pm Wed 27 Sep||Main House||7:45pm||Pay What You Can|