General Information

The Rose is a modern, fully equipped theatre, seating 181, including two wheelchair spaces, and in addition a free-form Studio that seats up to 60 people in a totally variable configuration. The Theatre is owned and administered as a Charitable Trust by The Nonentities, an amateur society promoting both amateur and professional plays and entertainments throughout the year.

Internet Bookings

Click on the play you wish to book tickets for and you will be transferred to our secure booking service. Please note the charges for using the service, as noted below.


Please note: The names of Patrons booking tickets will automatically be transferred to our data-base so that we may send you details of future attractions which you may be interested in. The information will not be shared with other organisations. If you do not wish to receive such information please place a tick in the box provided on the bookings page.


Standard Ticket Prices




Monday
Tuesday to Thursday
Friday & Saturday
Main House

£10.50

No Concessions

£12.00

Concessions*

£13.00

No Concessions

Studio

£10.00

No Concessions

£11.00

Concessions*

£11.50

No Concessions

*Concessions apply to Senior Citizens, Students and children under 16 years


Extra Charges

Please Note: to clarify procedures for our patrons, the following charges will apply to all bookings:
- Debit and credit card transactions: £ 1.00 per transaction
- Postage charge - if you would like your tickets posted, we will make a £ 1.00 charge to cover the cost of the service


Book in Person - Box Office Opening Hours

Monday - Friday  9.30am - 3 pm    
Saturdays - 9:30am to 1:30pm

On performance nights the Box Office will be open from 6.45pm until the end of the last interval.
The Box Office is usually closed on all Bank Holidays, during the Christmas to New Year holidays, also in the Easter holiday, and in the month of August.



In accordance with normal theatre practice, we regret that we are unable to accept individual bookings without payment


Postal Bookings

Postal Bookings must be accompanied by the correct remittance to include return postage of £ 1.00 if the service is required.


Telephone Bookings

May be paid for by credit card or debit card. A processing fee of £ 1 will be made.


Reservations

We are delighted to accept reservations for Group bookings which should be arranged with The Box Office.

    

Babies and Young Children

Babies and children under 18 months are not admitted except for children's shows and pantomimes. The theatre can accept no liability if the show is subsequently found to be unsuitable. They must have a ticket whether or not they sit on a parent's lap. Children who are 18 months old and over must occupy a seat which must be paid for at the normal applicable rates. In order to safeguard the enjoyment of other patrons, the Nonentities Society reserves the right of admission at all times and to require that restless or noisy children are taken out of the auditorium.


Latecomers

Latecomers cannot be guaranteed entry to the auditorium until a suitable interval in the performance, but every effort will be made to admit them as soon as there is a suitable break in the performance.


Group Bookings

For every 15 tickets purchased you will be issued with a complimentary ticket. Please telephone the Box Office to discuss your requirements. Only available for Monday to Thursday Performances for the Nonentities Shows.

Group Bookings By Arrangement with our Theatre Manager 01562 743745


Booking Conditions

Tickets will not be exchanged nor money refunded
The Nonentities reserves the right to

  1. Refuse admission to any ticket holder
  2. Refuse to allow patrons to use cameras or other recording equipment on the premises
  3. Request any ticket holder to leave the premises and to take appropriate measures to enforce such a request
  4. Delay entry of latecomers until a suitable break in the performance
  5. Make any change whatsoever in the performance - including cancellation - if found necessary owing to unforeseen or unavoidable causes.