Old Times

By Harold Pinter

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At a remote farmhouse Anna pays an unexpected a visit to Kate, her old flatmate, now married to Deeley. They reminisce about old times in London twenty years ago. But all is not as it seems. This darkly erotic, haunting and puzzling play reveals a game of power and possession as memories unfold and are used as weapons of sinister manipulation.

The Box Office is open from 10.00-20.00 Monday – Friday and from 10.00-17.00 Saturday & Sunday; and for one half hour before performances for most shows.

A booking fee of £1.50 per transaction is applied to all credit and debit card bookings made on the phone or online, tickets can be collected at the box office or there is an additional fee of 0.60p for postage.

Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded once purchased.

Ticket reservations must be paid for within 5 days of booking or they will be released for resale and we are unable to reserve tickets without payment within the 3 days prior to the performances.

Extended reservation periods are available for groups and school bookings.

Children under 5 will not be admitted for any performance other than family shows. For family shows children under 18 months will be admitted free of charge if they do not require a seat. A babes in arms ticket will be issued for this purpose, please advise the Box Office when booking.

Concessions*

60+, Under 16's, Children, Students, Jobseekers and Disabled patrons. Please note that Disabled patrons can also claim 1 free carer ticket.

Groups*

Groups of 10+ can claim 1 additional free ticket for your group organiser. As a group organiser you can also enjoy extended payment periods.

Family*

Whenever you see FAMILY this is a special price applied to certain shows. Families are classified as a maximum of 2 adults with 2 children. This offer can only be used once per booking.

*These offers apply to Stantonbury Theatre shows and some other productions. Not all offers are available when booking via the internet.

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