BADA presents `Hervey' - Tuesday 12th December at 7.30pm

Hervey at the court of George II...
1737 is a bad year for the royal family. King George II and Queen Caroline loathe their son and heir, the Prince of Wales; and he loathes them back, with interest. Fanning the flames of this bitter feud is the Queen's Vice-Chamberlain, the vicious Lord Hervey, whose uninhibited reminiscences provide a wickedly entertaining picture of Georgian life-at-the-top.
"Witty and stylish... AP Waxkirsh brings Lord Hervey to life in a truly accomplished piece of theatre."
Susannah Mayor, The National Trust - Barn Theatre - Smallhythe Place Tickets £12

3rd to 6th January at 7.30 pm 6th and 7th January at 2.30 pm
This classic family adventure is adapted from the great story by Alexandre Dumas. Cry ‘All for one and one for all,’ as we join D’Artagnan and his friends Porthos, Athos and Aramis, in their quest against the scheming Cardinal Richelieu. A rip roaring, fast paced, swashbuckling show. Inventive stagecraft, witty dialogue and with colourful characters from the novel, this exciting story is brimming with energy and skillful storytelling to keep audiences captivated. In his struggles to join the Musketeers, D’Artagnan must learn that life is not always simple and love never is, but with him all the way are his friends risking all for country and comradeship! There will be action and romance galore in this specially commissioned production.
Suitable for families and children from 5 Tickets £12 (under 16s £7)

All tickets available online at or from 0333 666 3366.