Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre’s is marking the start of it 60th anniversary year by releasing 600 tickets at just 60 pence each.
For one day only, the public can pick up 60p tickets to the celebratory summer season which includes the return of the company’s 2014 comedy musical Cox & Box – Mrs Bouncer’s Legacy, before it heads out on a national tour, and a special 60th anniversary production of The Woman In Black directed by Robin Herford prior to its West End transfer.
Alan Ayckbourn will direct a revival of his 1974 play Confusions and his latest, Hero’s Welcome, and Tim Firth’s Neville’s Island which had its world premiere at the theatre in 1992 will also be revived.
Artistic Director Chris Monks said: “We’re incredibly proud to celebrate our 60th anniversary in 2015, it’s a feat which could not have been possible without the great support we’ve received over the years. This is our gift to the town and our way of saying thank you. It’s also a fantastic opportunity for people who may never have been to the theatre before to give it a try and we encourage everyone to come along on the day.” The sale is on from 10am to 6pm on Monday 26 January on a first come, first served basis. Two 60p tickets per person available in person only from the Box Office.