HOW TO BOOK TICKETS

TICKETS FOR DEAR BRUTUS ARE NOT YET ON SALE.

We only have tickets for tonight's performance... these may be bought from the Bookstore in Abingdon, and we expect to have a few available on the door tonight..

All tickets are an affordable £12 but, for 'single sales', under-18s and over-65s can claim a free programme at the theatre (normal price - £1.50). 

There are two ways to buy your tickets:

1. We have now closed online access so that we can check our stocks before we leave for the theatre. We expect there are likely still to be tickets available on the door tonight.

2. IN PERSON at the Bookstore, 15 Bury St, Abingdon OX14 3QT. 

Click on this logo to access our online sales page.

On the day of performance, the WeGotTickets access is closed, so that we can draw a line before we depart for the theatre. We think there will be a good chance of some tickets being available on the door for the Saturday night performance.

TICKET PROBLEMS?

PLEASE NOTE - if you have any queries about re-selling your tickets, or about mislaid confirmatory emails, you will need to contact We Got Tickets. Their FAQ section covers most usual queries.

CASH PREFERRED

At the theatre, it'd be great if you can come armed with good old cash. There is wifi but the broadband can be patchy and our Zettle terminal may be slower than 'real' money!

SEATING

We will be hoping to sell out to the theatre's capacity. Our Front of House team will do their very best to seat people together -- but please arrive in good time or this may not be possible.

COVID RESTRICTIONS? 

Happily, most of us will by now have been vaccinated, which should help to reduce any risks from socialising.  BUT ...

If you are feeling unwell (even if it's 'only' a common cold), it might be helpful if, while we are still emerging from two years of social caution, you could wear a mask in more crowded areas of the theatre buildings.

The Bookstore, Bury Street, Abingdon.

Payments in cash, if you can, at the theatre. The internet can be variable so we can't rely on the electronic card being quick enough to avoid delays.

The Unicorn Theatre is part of Abingdon Abbey Buildings - a scheduled ancient monument. There are lots of steps and awkward changes of level throughout the building. There is, effectively, no wheelchair access and the buildings do pose major challenges for anyone with mobility issues.

We have sold this show to the theatre's capacity. Our Front of House team will do their very best to seat people together -- but please arrive in good time or this may not be possible.

THE CORONAVIRUS AND US

Although normality is returning, we are still taking care to ensure that Covid does not disrupt our production. We'd be grateful if our audiences could also help us all to stay safe and well....

HOW CAN YOU HELP? The Unicorn is quite an intimate setting so, for everyone's well-being, it would be good if our audiences are fully vaccinated. If you do show cold/flu/covid symptoms (runny nose, temperature, etc.), but you still feel well enough to attend, it would be good if you could consider wearing a mask in the congested areas, and to ensure you sanitise your hands regularly (especially after touching your face and before touching any shared surfaces such as guard rails).