Don't miss last chance to see unique performance

Actors in the Bowler Crab production of All's Well That Ends Well must be hoping William Shakespeare's title proves true weatherwise at least.

Friday, 1st July 2016, 5:09 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th June 2018, 11:29 pm
Bowler Crab in All's Well That Ends Well SUS-160628-144805001
Bowler Crab in All's Well That Ends Well SUS-160628-144805001

After intensive rehearsal and preparation for their outdoor performances they had a terrible start with torrential rain.

Now they hope for good conditions this weekend - Bowler’s Crab’s last two performances of William Shakespeare’s rarely performed comedy will be tonight and tomorrow night (July 1/2) in the grounds of Half House Farm, Three Oaks. Gates open at 6pm for show at 7pm. Bring comfortable chairs and a picnic and sit back and relax to enjoy a truly unique atmosphere outdoors amongst 16 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside (hay bales provided as alternative seating and refreshments and facilities available) Tickets are £15 from or 07801893115. Bowler Crab will not be returning to the farm again until next June but will be touring in the winter at The Stables, St Mary’s Church Rye, Bexhill and Battle with King Lear.