Following the rave reviews for Private Peaceful, the Barn Theatre is excited to announce that, not only have they extended the production to 4th October, but they’ve announced a full 2020 Theatre Recovery Season.
The season, which will feature smaller cast sizes as well as a reduced capacity in the auditorium, follows the postponement of the original 2020 Built by Barn Season earlier this year. The Barn Theatre intends to reschedule this year’s postponed productions in 2021 with new dates being announced in due course.
The full season includes Private Peaceful (running until 4th October); a new revival production of Stephen Sondheim’s Marry Me A Little (16th October-8th November); the world debut of Henry Filloux-Bennett’s new digital play adaptation of Jonathon Coe’s What A Carve Up! (31st October-29th November) and the world debut of Alan Pollock’s new stage adaptation of J M Barrie’s Peter Pan (21st November to 3rd January), conceived by Kirk Jameson.
The Barn Theatre is also excited to welcome back Kirk Jameson (Just So, The World Goes ‘Round) as the new Director-in-Residence for Marry Me A Little and Peter Pan.