Salisbury Playhouse holds its first Pay What You Can night
Salisbury Playhouse is helping to make a trip to the theatre even more affordable with the introduction of a series of Pay What You Can nights in the spring/summer season, starting with Chris Chibnall’s brilliant comedy Worst Wedding Ever on Wednesday 8 February.
Anyone is welcome to attend the performance and pay whatever they can – 50p, £1, £5 – however much they can afford will be the price of the ticket.
Other Pay What You Can nights in the spring season include the UK tour of Hattie Naylor’s As the Crow Flies on Thursday 30 March at 7.30pm and local writer Barney Norris’ new play Echo’s End on Wednesday 5 April at 7.30pm.
Those interested in attending a Pay What You Can night should print out and complete a Pay What You Can form from the Your Visit section of the website and bring it to the Salisbury Playhouse Ticket Office on the day of the performance, along with however much money they would like to pay. Alternatively a form can be collected from the Ticket Office. Pay What You Can tickets will be available on the day of the performance in person only and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Tim Croall, Head of Communications and Sales, says “We’re proud that coming to see a production at Salisbury Playhouse is already very reasonable but the introduction of this scheme means even more people will be able to enjoy our productions here.”
For full terms and conditions please see the Your Visit section of the website or call the Ticket Office on 01722 320333 for further details.