Fanny's First Play

Shaw's hilarious heroine, with her "suffrajitsu", creates mayhem and misery for her long-suffering parents as she struggles to liberate herself from stifling middle class tradition.

  • Booking essential

A play within a play. Shaw takes the opportunity to poke fun at the critics, the patriarchy and middle class family life whilst exposing the double-standards at the heart of Britain and promoting equal opportunities for women.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • Adult £25.00
    Non NT Member ADVANCE
  • Adult £23.00
    NT Member ADVANCE
  • Group £21.00
    10+ both plays ADVANCE
  • Group £22.00
    10+ one play ADVANCE

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Can also book at property 01438 821968. Limited Tickets on night at £30.00: no discounts
Suitability
We suggest young children would not enjoy this play.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Meeting point
Entry kiosk in usual car park
What to bring and wear
Appropriate weather protection; a picnic; a torch; your own chair (no high backs please, as they interfere with others' views of the stage.
Accessibility
No wheelchair accessible toilet; during the plays, disabled parking in normal house car park (as opposed to nearby field) needs to be booked by calling the property on 01438 820307
Other
Car parking is in a nearby field; lanes are unlit so bring a torch!

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
20 July 2018 18:30 - 21:30 Available
21 July 2018 18:30 - 21:30 Available
22 July 2018 18:30 - 21:30 Available

Upcoming events

Widowers' Houses

Sat 23 Jun 2018
18:30-21:30
Slum landlords,making their fortunes by exploiting their impoverished tenants, are Shaw's targets for this chillingly contemporary play. You're going to laugh and squirm at the same time....

Press Cuttings

Sun 01 Jul 2018
14:30-15:45
Enjoy a team of our volunteers reading Shaw's anti-suffrage play which lampoons those opposed to Votes for Women.

Fanny's First Play

Fri 20 Jul 2018
18:30-21:30
Shaw's hilarious heroine, with her "suffrajitsu", creates mayhem and misery for her long-suffering parents as she struggles to liberate herself from stifling middle class tradition.