Swaffham Bulbeck Summer Theatre
We are able to offer online ticket purchasing securely via TicketSource. (And no booking fee!).
Please note that online ticket sales close three hours before each performance. However, unless that performance is shown on the website as sold out, tickets will also be available at the door on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets also be available from the village box office, which is kindly run by Caille Peri.
You can contact Caille for tickets by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07541 554845.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I buy tickets on the door?
Can I collect and pay for reserved tickets on the door?
Are seats numbered?
No, seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Come along early to get the best seats! On fine evenings you can even ‘bagsy’ a seat with your coat and then sit outside on the grass.
Can I park at the venue?
There is off-road car parking available at the farm. If this area becomes full please park thoughtfully and tidily in Swaffham Bulbeck village streets.
Is the barn heated?
Are there disabled facilities?
Are refreshments available?
Are the performances suitable for children?
Well-behaved children are very welcome to come to the shows, and should enjoy the spectacle and humour. We like to encourage enthusiasm for G&S from a young age!
However, very young children may get bored and restless and this can disturb other members of audience. We request that parents with small children sit at the back of the auditorium or at the end of a row, so that they can leave easily if necessary and show consideration for other theatre-goers.
We do not charge an entrance fee for small children who will sit on their parent’s lap throughout, but please note that there is no concessional ticket price for children who sit on chairs. The matinée is generally the most suitable performance for children. We hope that they enjoy the show and continue to attend for many years to come!
May I take photographs?
Flash photography must not be used, as this can distract the performers on stage.
We also do not encourage other photography, especially if the camera device makes a noise, as this is disturbing for other audience members nearby. If you wish to have photos of particular scenes please contact us, as we will have a large collection of photographs taken by our official photographer, John Thompson.