The Place Theatre, Bedford

Theatre Shows and Ticket Sales

The Place is delighted to announce that tickets for most of our shows can now be purchased and paid for online through this website, using a variety of credit and debit cards.

To purchase tickets, click on the show name in the index below to access the information and sales page for the show. Once you've completed your ticket selection, you'll be transferred to our secure payment pages at WorldPay, one of the world's largest secure payment providers, where your credit card details will be taken in a secure environment. Once payment is complete you'll be returned to this website, where you'll be given the opportunity to print an 'E-Ticket' record of your purchase.

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20th to 24th February:
Bedford Drama Company:
By John Buchan
25th February:
Swan Theatre Company:
A night of Poetry at The Eagle Bookshop, Castle Road, Bedford.
28th February:
Viki Browne:
1st March:
Swing's The Thing:
2nd March:
Rhum and Clay:
by Rhum and Clay Theatre Company and Kit Redstone
3rd March:
Familia De La Noche:
A Darkly Funny Sequel to Pinocchio
6th to 10th March:
Swan Theatre Company:
By Jez Butterworth
14th March:
Collar and Cuffs:
16th March:
Mynne Theatre:
Written by Charles Dickens and adapted by Andrew McPherson
17th March:
House Theatre:
By Tom Gill
21st to 24th March:
Certain Age:
By Yasmina Reza
25th March:
Bedford Women Writing:
28th March:
That's All Folk:
29th March:
Bedford Players Trust:
A Film by Elio Petri
(1970)
30th and 31st March:
Toffe Apple Production:
5th April:
Pub Corner Poets:
6th April:
Zoo Co. :
7th April:
Next Page Productions:
8th April:
Melanie Gall:
9th April:
Melanie Gall:
11th April:
Dyad Productions:
14th April:
Townsend Productions:
18th April:
That's All Folk:
19th April:
Bedford Players Trust:
A film by Luca Guadagnino
(2017)
11th and 12th May:
The Pantaloons:
Based on the book by H.G Wells
26th May:
Dyad Productions in association with TTI:
31st May:
House Theatre:
by Helen Seymour
directed by Hannah Silva