ACCESS The Hawth Crawley Welcome to The Hawth Crawley’s new season. We are committed to making your theatre visit an accessible and enjoyable experience. Ticket prices below are full prices, visually or hearing impaired customers and a companion are generally entitled to a half price discount. We hope you see you soon!
Cinderella is The Hawth’s 25th anniversary pantomime and promises to be truly spectacular show, combining the classic fairytale with brilliant singing and dancing, side-splitting comedy, truly amazing illusions and lots of audience participation. Starring Stephen Mulhern and Sid Sloane. Polish those glass slippers and get ready to have a ball! Signed Performance: Sat 21 December 2pm & 5.30pm (Signer: Ann McAllister) Audio described performance: Sat 21 December 2pm& 5.30pm
The legendary, record-breaking, Box Office smash hit thriller celebrates 60th anniversary. The scene is set when a group of people gathered in a country house cut off by the snow discover, to their horror, that there is a murderer in their midst. Who can it be? Signed Performance: Fri 2 May 7.30pm (Signer: Julie Thompson) Audio described performance: Sat 3 May 2.30pm
One Man, Two Guvnors
The National Theatre’s award-winning comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, embarks on its biggest-ever tour of the UK and Ireland. Now seen by over 1 million people worldwide, this internationally acclaimed smash-hit is a glorious celebration of British comedy. A unique, laugh-out-loud mix of satire, songs, slapstick and glittering one-liners. Signed Performance: Fri 22 August 7.30pm (Signer: Donna Ruane) Audio described performance: Sat 23 August 2.30pm
15 minutes prior to the performances, members of the Audio Description team offer free background information through headsets in the theatre.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Sunday 23 February 7.30pm The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra presents a magnificent concert of masterworks by Beethoven, including Egmont Overture, Triple Concerto and Piano Concerto no.5, ‘Emperor’
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra Tuesday 20 May 7.30pm The talented Yuri Botnari conducts the orchestra for this celebration of Russian Masterworks.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Sunday 15 June 7.30pm Owain Arwel Hughes conducts a fitting finale to the Proms, celebrating the joys of summer with a glorious evening featuring orchestral gems and arias from your favourite operas.
Opera della Luna The Mikado Tuesday 25 February 7.30pm Set in the zany flashy world of modern fashion houses with costumes inspired by Versace and Gaultier, this energetic production promises a riot of gorgeous and bizarre creations.
English Touring Opera The Magic Flute Monday 5 May 7.30pm Probably the world’s favourite opera, Mozart’s The Magic Flute has enchanted music and theatre lovers of all ages for hundreds of years. With the magic and adventure of a classic Disney film, it tells the story of a young prince and princess on a frightening journey in pursuit of love.
English Touring Opera Paul Bunyan Tuesday 6 May 7.30pm Charming and dreamlike, Paul Bunyan is often described as part-opera, part-musical, with elements of blues, folk songs and hymns making it a very accessible introduction to the music of Benjamin Britten.
Disabled Access The Hawth Theatre car park has assigned disabled parking, as well as free parking for cars and coaches. There is level access into the theatre, which has adapted toilet facilities. Tickets in the front stalls can be purchased for wheelchair users and their companions (available for half price at all Hawth promotions). For further details including discounted ticket prices please contact the box office on 01293 553636.
01293 553636 www.hawth.co.uk
Published on Dec 3, 2013