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Please note that during Covid the Box Office is closed and tickets may only be purchased on line from links provided in the Highbury Flyer or listed below

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Refer to the HIGHBURY FLYER for the latest information on upcoming Films, Performances and On Line presentations

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Highbury Theatre Centre is ready to greet you in line with current Covid Regulations

Booking Tickets under Covid rules

    It is essential to pre-book your tickets well in advance since capacity is limited by Covid rules, using either the links in emails or social media posts advertising the event or via a link given on our website.

There will be no tickets sold on the door.

·        When booking, select the number of tickets you need based on the number of people coming from your household (including support bubble) only. You’ll receive an initial confirmation email.

·        Bookings will close no later than midnight, two days before the performance / film, but earlier if the seats are selling out. We will then allocate seats, making sure there’s space around each household group. Tickets will be allocated in booking order, so early bookings will get first allocation of seats.

·        You’ll get a second email, advising you of your seat numbers. You are invited to show this email on your smart phone or tablet but you don’t need to print it out and we’ll be able to check the seating plan if you don’t have it.

·        Please arrive at Highbury between 7:00pm and 7:20pm. You’ll be asked to wait outside until we are ready to greet you.

·        Please wear a face covering (unless you’re exempt) and keep this on all the time you’re inside.

·        The box office, coffee bar and bar will be closed.

·        As with everywhere else, if you have any Covid-19 symptoms please don’t book or attend. If you’re unable to attend, please ring us on 07944 636 815 by 7:15pm on the evening of the production / film so we know you’re not coming, and we’ll refund the price of your ticket(s).

·        Please keep an eye on your emails just in case there are any changes to Covid-19 restrictions that mean we have to alter our arrangements.

What hasn’t changed?

·        You’ll need your membership number to book on line. If you don’t know what it is, please contact boxoffice@highburytheatre.co.uk

·        You’ll have the chance to let us know if you have any problems with mobility that mean you need a seat in a particular area.

·        We’ll offer you our usual friendly welcome.

·        Ice creams will be on sale for £2. Please bring the exact money with you to reduce the need to handle cash.

Here is the link to our short film about our arrangements, which you can see on YouTube here: Taking our first tentative steps towards reopening our theatre

If you need any assistance, just email boxoffice@highburytheatre.co.uk


Deep Cut
by Philip Ralph

Weds 4 August 2021
at 2.30 and 7.30pm

Highbury Players were due to present Deep Cut by Philip Ralph when theatres had to close their doors for the first lockdown. 

The play concerns the death of 18-year old Private Cheryl James who was one of four young soldiers to die at Deepcut Barracks between 1995 and 2002. The play traces her parents’ struggle to establish the truth behind her death.
We produced an audio recording of the play during lockdown which will be accompanied by images from the final dress rehearsal and would like to invite you to join us, listen to the story and see what the play would have looked like on stage.

Friends of Highbury

Confessions of a Comedy Writer
with David Tristram

Date To be Arranged

Tickets £10 raising Centre funds

If you are not lucky enough to get a ticket for Lockdown in Little Grimley, what about a unique, illustrated talk with David Tristram, the writer of the Little Grimley plays.  He also created Doreen Tipton and Inspector Drake, as well as writing indie films, novels and children's books.


We have a full programme of plays and films eady for next season ready to be announced shortly but meanwhilethe Players are keeping fit with on-line rehearsals and recordings.

We have a series of well rehearsed readings and plays practiced in a Covid Safe environment which we will perform on stage or Youtube over the coming months so watch the Highbury Flyer for ticket booking arragements

We’re planning to reopen for our regular play season when regulations are relaxed including Nell Gwynn by Jessica Swale, a rumbustious saucy romp that is just what is needed after these dire times and the film 1917

Meanwhile enjoy Readings and Videos
from Highbury Players

on Youtube at Highbury Stories

The latest is a short story-Turmoil in Trafalgar Square