Henry V - Plays in the Parks

Henry V
Thursday, July 18, 2019 to Sunday, July 21, 2019

Henry V  18 - 21 July 2019, 7:00pm Nightly at Roker Park

This performance begins at the Beach/Lower Promenade Entrance to Roker Park

The Plays in the Parks are promenade performances; therefore, audiences will be expected to move around the park to see the show.

 

Each performance will begin promptly at the stated time, with the first scene taking place at the start point before the production moves to another location within the park. Expedition Guides wearing orange uniforms are on hand throughout for any guidance and assistance.  

The performances will go ahead in all but the most extreme weather conditions. Adventurers are advised to dress accordingly and be prepared to move around the parks to see the show. Foldable chairs that can be easily transported around the park are allowed although the shows generally don’t remain in one place for very long. All animals must be kept on a leash and we kindly ask all adventurers to refrain from smoking or using electronic smoking devices when part of the crowd watching the show. Whilst every effort is made to provide step-free access for those with access requirements, we cannot always guarantee that the route will be entirely accessible. An alternative route may be used for wheelchair users, which may result in a section of the show being missed to accommodate the longer transfer.

 

About Theatre Space North East CIC

Theatre Space North East CIC is an innovative arts and culture community interest company headquartered in Sunderland’s East End, in a converted heritage building, made possible through public donations. The company presents a year-round programme of cultural activity, from live performances, to theatre in education programmes, corporate events, consultation and facilitation. The company works with local and international artists from across the community.

For more information on Roker Park Click here

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Did you know?

L.S. Lowry spent his holidays in Sunderland at Seaburn, painting scenes of the coast, port and coal mines. The city is the home to one of the best collections of L.S. Lowry paintings in England.

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