THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE (play)
Previews from 3rd December, opens 11th December 2019. Ends 25th January 2020.
Captioned performances: 2nd January 2020 at 2pm, 13th January 2020 at 7.30pm and
22nd January 2020 at 7.30pm.
Audio described performances: 10th January 2020 at 7.30pm, 11th January 2020 at
2pm (touch tour available).
DEATH OF ENGLAND (play)
Previews from 31st January, opens 6th February 2020. Ends 7th March 2020.
Captioned performances: 25th February 2020 at 8pm, 5th March 2020 at 3pm, 7th
March 2020 at 3pm.
Audio described performances: 28th February 2020 at 8pm, 29th February 2020 at
3pm (touch tour available).
ALL OF US (play)
Previews from 18th March, opens 26th March 2020. Ends 15th May 2020.
Captioned performances: 29th April 2020 at 7.30pm, 12th May 2020 at 3pm.
Audio described performances: 18th April 2020 (touch tour available), 23rd April
2020 at 7.30pm (touch tour available).
Relaxed performances: 4th April 2020 at 7.30pm, 21st April 2002 at 7.30pm, 1st
May 2020 at 7.30pm, 12th May 2020 at 3pm.
Sensory-adapted performances: 11th April 2020 at 3pm, 15th April 2020 at 7.30pm.
SEA SICK (play)
Previews from 22nd April, opens 27th April 2020. Ends 7th May 2020.
HAMLET (play for younger audience)
30th March to 9th April 2020.
Runs 1 hour 5 minutes approximately.
Captioned performance: 7th April 2020 at 2pm.
Sensory-adapted performance: 8th April 2020 at 2pm.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane: Sussex. Alex's mind returns to when he was
11, and the childhood pond was an ocean... Joel Horwood adapts Neil Gaiman's
book. Suitable for ages 12 and over.
Death of England: At his father's funeral, Michael confronts his father's
influences and the country at large. Rafe Spall gives a monologue created by Roy
Williams and Clint Dyer.
All of Us: Jess faces defending her lifestyle against austerity. A new
play by Francesca Martinez, directed by Ian Rickson.
Sea Sick: Alanna Mitchell performs her own play about a journey to the
depths of the ocean and how what she finds there could give hope for the future.
Hamlet: Prince hates his new step-dad, real dad’s ghost urges him to sort
things out. An adaptation of the Bill the Quill classic for audiences aged 8 to