Please see individual shows and events for prices. All discounts are subject to availability. Only one discount applies. Proof of identity required for discounted tickets. Discounts are not offered retrospectively.
Senior citizens, Job Seekers, people with disabilities and their companions, Equity Members, students in full-time education and under 18s:
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, evenings £2 off top two price bands.
£10 tickets for 18 - 25s
For performances from Tuesday to Thursday evenings of Romeo + Juliet, Untold Stories and Watership Down. Book with the box office and collect tickets 30 minutes prior to the performance. These tickets cannot be posted. Proof of status required (subject to availability).
All tickets £5 available from the box office from midday on the day of the show (subject to availability). Available for students in full-time education and under 18s.
Schools and Youth Groups
Schools' tickets for Alice in Wonderland are £8 - not available on Saturday or Sunday or after Thursday 17 December.
Untold Stories, One Million Tiny Plays and Watership Down, Thursday and Saturday matinées seats are £8. For Romeo + Juliet tickets are £10 Tuesday to Thursday evenings, and £8 Thursday matinées (no free teacher’s tickets). For all other productions performances from Tuesday to Friday evenings 10% off top two price bands, applicable to school groups of 10 or more. Free teacher’s ticket with every 15 seats booked, excluding all matinées.
Groups of 10 or more
For performances from Tuesday to Friday evenings 10% off top two price bands. When you book 15 tickets or more you get an additional free party organiser ticket.
For school and group bookings please call the box office on 01635 46044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org It is not possible to make group bookings online.
West Berkshire Residents Green Card discounts
10% off top two price bands on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 10 to 12 May for Untold Stories and 21 to 23 June for Watership Down. Call the box office on 01635 46044.
As a general rule, no babies or children under 3 will be admitted into the auditorium for any production unless it is a children's show aimed at very young children. If an age limit is considered appropriate for specific shows, guidelines will be published.