CODA performances in Wandle Park, Croydon 

Romeo & Juliet

Wandle Park Bandstand

Wednesday 25th to Saturday 28th July 2018

 

 

Audition Pieces Here:

Romeo & Juliet Audition Pieces
ROMEO AND JULIET AUDITION PIECES.docx
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Any questions please contact our secretary on: secretary@codashows.co.uk

Box Office
 
Tickets are available below. If you have any questions or special requirements please contact us here: tickets@codashows.co.uk
Romeo & Juliet - Wednesday 25th July 2018

Romeo & Juliet - Wednesday 25th July 2018 - 19:30

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Romeo & Juliet - Thursday 26th July 2018

Romeo & Juliet - Thursday 26th July 2018 - 19:30

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Romeo & Juliet - Friday 27th July 2018

Romeo & Juliet - Friday 27th July 2018 - 19:30

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Romeo & Juliet - Saturday 28th July 2018 - Matinee

Romeo & Juliet - Saturday 28th July 2018 - 14:30

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Romeo & Juliet - Saturday 28th July 2018 - Evening

Romeo & Juliet - Saturday 28th July 2018 - 19:30

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How do I know if a performance is going to be cancelled due to poor weather?

The summer performances are under the stars (dress accordingly). Under adverse weather conditions the decision to cancel a performance is not made until 7:00pm (2:00pm for matinee performances). Performances may be cancelled at any time during the show due to heavy rain, lightning, or other reasons beyond our control. A “hold” may be put in place to see if conditions improve. A hold usually indicates that we believe conditions will improve within a short period of time. If a performance is cancelled, a message will appear on our Homepage.

Can I take pictures and videos?

Video of a performance is not permitted under any circumstance unless prior written authorization is granted by our office and must be presented to the House Manager at that performance. Photography is also not permitted during the performances. The flash will not be effective with the distance to the stage, and is disruptive to actors, while the camera/phone screen is a distraction for fellow patrons.

What is the proper etiquette for outdoor theatre?

Although we encourage families to come and enjoy the show, we do ask that parents keep their children from running free and unsupervised. Remember, the actors can see you as easily as you see can them, and such distractions do a grave disservice both to them and other audience members. Along those lines, we also ask that you refrain from the taking of pictures and the use of recording equipment during the performance. Please make sure that mobile phones are off. Also if you do arrive late, or have to leave early, be considerate of your fellow audience members, and do so as quietly as possible.

If you have any queries, please contact the CODA Box Office by completing the form below.

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