A Midsummer Night's Dream 

28th-31st May 2020

A Midsummer Night's Dream has been postponed until 2021. Keep an eye out for updates!

You can find out more about the Three Left Feet of A Midsummer Night's Dream here! 

If you have any questions about the show which are not answered below please feel free to get in contact with us through our social media (@threeleftfeetuk), our Contact Us page or by emailing us at info@threeleftfeet.co.uk

When is it?

There are 4 performance dates for A Midsummer Night's Dream

Thursday 28th May 2020 at 7pm

Friday 29th Mary 2020 at 7pm

Saturday 30th May at 9pm (special late-night showing)

Sunday 31st May 2020 at 2pm (all welcome performance, noise-friendly, dogs welcome)

Where is it?

The Friends Garden in Williamson Park, Lancaster. The Friends Garden is situated right next to The Dell. See the map below for more details.

Below is a map of the park with the Friends Garden highlighted in red

What are the ticket prices?

Children - £8 (under 16)

Concession - £10 (students and over-65s)

Adults - £12

Family of 4 - £35 (2 adults and 2 children. And then £5 for any additional children)

What is the running time?

The performance is one hour and a half with a thirty minute interval.

Where can I park?

There are two options for parking in Williamson Park and many more in Lancaster City Centre which is just a short walk (albeit uphill) to the Park. In the park there is a car park near the cafe accessible through the Quernmore Road entrance but please note that this car park only has 20 spaces and so we would advise only using this parking for disabled customers as it is also closer to the Friends Garden. The second parking option is through the entrance on Wyresdale Road and is a much bigger car park and so we advise you go to this one instead. 

What do I need to bring with me?

Seating is on the grass and so we would recommend bringing your own blankets or folding chairs. Bring along an umbrella/raincoat if the forecast predicts rain (or if you just don't trust the Lancaster weather!).

Can I bring my baby?

Yes, babies in arms are welcome!

Can I bring my dog?

Yes, dogs on leads are welcome!

How accessible is the park/the performance?

The Friends Garden is accessible for wheelchair users. We would recommend parking in the Quernmore Road entrance car park which is next to the cafe as this will be closer to the Friends Garden. The Park itself is also very accessible for whellchair users if you would like to spend some time looking around as well.

What happens if it rains?

The show must go on regardless of the weather! Come rain or shine A Midsummer Night's Dream will be happening so please make sure to come prepared on the day following the weather forecast!

In the very unlikely event that there is a tornado/hurricane/other extreme weather event then A Midsummer Night's Dream will be cancelled for safety reasons. If this does happen we will be offering replacement tickets for the following weekend (6th-7th June) and if you cannot make those dates then we will offer a full refund.

Will there be merchandise for the show?

Yes there will be! We will be selling programmes for the show, tote bags and official art prints of the photo of the characters taken by Jess Turton.

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