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Based on the real-life testimonies of those who survived, The Night Titanic Sank commemorates the maritime disaster by focusing on three lives changed forever by the tragic events of April 14th and 15th 1912.The night that the unthinkable happened. The night Titanic sank.
Jonathan Goodwin performs in a show scripted by himself, and directed by Gary Archer.
Tickets are £10 per person and limited to a max of 6 people from one household. If you are booking for more than 6 people or people from different households, please place two separate orders. The seating will be set out into socially distanced bubbles based on the orders which have been placed. The audience will not be permitted to move their seats during the performance to ensure distances are maintained.
The performance space and seating area is fully wheelchair accessible, but please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can ensure space is left for your wheelchair in your seating area. If you have any other access needs.
Hand sanitiser will be available on arrival. Plastic chairs will be used for seating and sanitised before the performance, but this is an outdoor setting without shelter. Please dress appropriately for the weather and bring your own blankets or cushions if you would like to be cosy! You are permitted to bring your own refreshments (please no alcohol) but please be aware that toilets are not available in the cemetery.
Warstone Lane Cemetery is in a very appropriate setting for this play, as it contains a memorial to William Edwards Hipkins who lost his life on the Titanic and is commemorated on his family grave. There will be a chance to view this memorial before and after the performance.