Barn Theatre Club presents
Mr Hardcastle’s spectacles by courtesy of Neil Roskrow, Optician. Wardrobe provided by Festival Workshop
This brilliant comedy of misunderstanding, clownish practical jokes and buffoonery was first performed, with immense success, at Covent Garden in 1773. It was the second and, alas, the last of Goldsmith’s work for the stage for he died the following year while only forty-six years old. His characters are however immortal, as identifiable today as when they were first created.
You may UNSUBSCRIBE at ANY time via the link contained in every email we send out.
Do you have a question?
Feel free to contact us and we’ll be more than happy to answer your questions.
If you need to contact a specific departmant eg. Box Office, go to the About Us page and you’ll see them listed there.
Do you have a problem or an enquiry?
Our volunteer Box Office team we’ll be more than happy to answer your questions.
If you need to contact another departmant please go to the About Us page and you’ll see them listed there.