Box Office

The following are 'ticket only' events. All ticketed events are free of charge unless otherwise indicated. To view all forthcoming events, please see the Calendar. To reserve a place at one of our forthcoming Family Events, please use the Family Events booking form.

Haileybury Society - Kent Dinner

Fri, 25 September 2015 18:30, External Venue (not Haileybury)

On behalf of The President of The Haileybury Society, Colin Barber (K 61) invites fellow OHs to the Kent Dinner, taking place at the Yorke Suite of the Spa Hotel, Mount Ephraim, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8XL.

The cost is £60 per head for three-course meal, including pre-dinner drink and wine with the meal.

Please reserve your place by Friday 11 September 2015.

 

 

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Haileybury Trench Trail – Family Visit

Sat, 10 October 2015 09:30, Haileybury - venue tbc

Continuing our hugely successful school visits, we are pleased to extend the invitation to visit our World War One replica trench to individuals and groups who will undoubtedly be both informed and moved by the deep local connections between Haileybury and the First World War.  This experience will be a guided tour of not only the trench itself, but memorial locations around the College campus, with the entire tour lasting about one and a half hours.

This event is free of charge but booking is essential. To reserve places please visit our website: www.haileybury.com or email: boxoffice@haileybury.com

 

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Removes and Middles Drama Production: The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Thu, 12 November 2015 19:30, Bradby Hall

Witchcraft. Religious Hysteria. Repressed Desire. Arthur Miller’s powerful play is both intensely romantic and deeply political. Ostensibly set against the backdrop of the Salem witch trials of 1692 in puritanical New England, it acts as a damning indictment of the infamous McCarthy trials of 1950s America which saw lives shattered and careers in tatters following a tidal wave of paranoia, ignorance and fear of communism or anything un-American.

The play offers a warning against insularity and the dangers of mob mentality, but is also a celebration of the power of one to stand against oppression.  The gripping characters, dramatic plot and the struggle between good and evil will make for a compelling evening of theatre.

Tickets required. To reserve places please visit our website:www.haileybury.com or email:
boxoffice@haileybury.com. Please take your seat by 7.15 pm.

 

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Removes and Middles Drama Production: The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Fri, 13 November 2015 19:30, Bradby Hall

Witchcraft. Religious Hysteria. Repressed Desire. Arthur Miller’s powerful play is both intensely romantic and deeply political. Ostensibly set against the backdrop of the Salem witch trials of 1692 in puritanical New England, it acts as a damning indictment of the infamous McCarthy trials of 1950s America which saw lives shattered and careers in tatters following a tidal wave of paranoia, ignorance and fear of communism or anything un-American.

The play offers a warning against insularity and the dangers of mob mentality, but is also a celebration of the power of one to stand against oppression.  The gripping characters, dramatic plot and the struggle between good and evil will make for a compelling evening of theatre.

Tickets required. To reserve places please visit our website:www.haileybury.com or email:
boxoffice@haileybury.com. Please take your seat by 7.15 pm.

 

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Removes and Middles Drama Production: The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Sat, 14 November 2015 19:30, Bradby Hall

Witchcraft. Religious Hysteria. Repressed Desire. Arthur Miller’s powerful play is both intensely romantic and deeply political. Ostensibly set against the backdrop of the Salem witch trials of 1692 in puritanical New England, it acts as a damning indictment of the infamous McCarthy trials of 1950s America which saw lives shattered and careers in tatters following a tidal wave of paranoia, ignorance and fear of communism or anything un-American.

The play offers a warning against insularity and the dangers of mob mentality, but is also a celebration of the power of one to stand against oppression.  The gripping characters, dramatic plot and the struggle between good and evil will make for a compelling evening of theatre.

Tickets required. To reserve places please visit our website:www.haileybury.com or email:
boxoffice@haileybury.com. Please take your seat by 7.15 pm.

 

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David Fanshawe’s African Sanctus – A Musical Celebration for Haileybury Youth Trust

Fri, 27 November 2015 19:30, Big School

To celebrate the 125th Annivesary of the foundation of the Haileybury Youth Trust (HYT), our performance of the dramatic African Sanctus will include singers from prep schools, OH’s and
parents as well as our own pupils.  This spectacular work combines choir, rock band, African drumming and a remarkable soundtrack recorded by the composer in Uganda and other African
countries. There will also be large wallhangings on display, created by pupils in prep schools and in Uganda.  All proceeds to HYT www.hytuganda.com
Programme to include:
Steve Reich It’s Gonna Rain (part II)
Chilcott The Making of the Drum
Fanshawe African Sanctus
Sound Diffusion: Jay Benham
Conductor: Ryan Hepburn

Tickets cost £10, available in advance or on the door. To reserve places please visit our website: www.haileybury.com or email: boxoffice@haileybury.com

 

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Fifths and Sixth Form present: A Week of Farce with Noises Off

Thu, 03 December 2015 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

Join us in The Ayckbourn Theatre for an evening of light entertainment with sets that wobble when doors slam, faulty props, a series of highly contrived and badly directed comings and goings, hopeless actors and plots that don’t seem to go anywhere. How can such bad theatre be great?  Only when celebrating the tradition of Farce, of course. And Farce does not get better (or worse) than in Michael Frayn’s hilarious award-winning play, Noises Off, in which we see the misguided efforts of a theatrical company trying to put on their production of ‘Nothing On.’ We can’t guarantee cultural enrichment! Just good, silly stuff.

Tickets required. To reserve places please visit our website:www.haileybury.com or email:
boxoffice@haileybury.com. Please take your seat by 7.15 pm.

 

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Fifths and Sixth Form present: A Week of Farce with Noises Off

Fri, 04 December 2015 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

Join us in The Ayckbourn Theatre for an evening of light entertainment with sets that wobble when doors slam, faulty props, a series of highly contrived and badly directed comings and goings, hopeless actors and plots that don’t seem to go anywhere. How can such bad theatre be great?  Only when celebrating the tradition of Farce, of course. And Farce does not get better (or worse) than in Michael Frayn’s hilarious award-winning play, Noises Off, in which we see the misguided efforts of a theatrical company trying to put on their production of ‘Nothing On.’ We can’t guarantee cultural enrichment! Just good, silly stuff.

Tickets required. To reserve places please visit our website:www.haileybury.com or email:
boxoffice@haileybury.com. Please take your seat by 7.15 pm.

 

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Fifths and Sixth Form present: A Week of Farce with Noises Off

Sat, 05 December 2015 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

Join us in The Ayckbourn Theatre for an evening of light entertainment with sets that wobble when doors slam, faulty props, a series of highly contrived and badly directed comings and goings, hopeless actors and plots that don’t seem to go anywhere. How can such bad theatre be great?  Only when celebrating the tradition of Farce, of course. And Farce does not get better (or worse) than in Michael Frayn’s hilarious award-winning play, Noises Off, in which we see the misguided efforts of a theatrical company trying to put on their production of ‘Nothing On.’ We can’t guarantee cultural enrichment! Just good, silly stuff.

Tickets required. To reserve places please visit our website:www.haileybury.com or email:
boxoffice@haileybury.com. Please take your seat by 7.15 pm.

 

Book your tickets online now!



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