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Our Spring 2024 programme is here and it includes some exciting in-house productions, the first of which will be a world premiere!


Friday 3 November at 10am


Wednesday 8 November at 10am

Chris Chibnall (Worst Wedding Ever) will return to Salisbury Playhouse to debut his new original comedy, One Last Push, about the unexpected and often hilarious dramas of childbirth and we will also stage Sir Alan Ayckbourn’s fabulous play, A Chorus of Disapproval. There is also a Spring Multi-Buy available if you buy tickets for these two productions at the same time, meaning you can save 15% on the total price. If you're a Supporter, you will save 20%*.

In late July, our Youth Theatre Stage 65 will put on an atmospheric production of Philip Pullman’s Ghosts and Grimm Tales.

You will find an eclectic mix of other events, such as The Opera Boys: A Night at the Musicals and British poet and Sunday Times bestseller Hollie McNish with her ‘Lobster Tour’, which supports her new book Lobster: and other things that I’m learning to love. Other highlights include a selection of brilliant tribute acts, such as New Purple: A Celebration of the Music of Prince, and big names in comedy like Omid Djalili, Paul Foot and Alasdair Beckett-King.

General sale opens at 10am on Wednesday 8 November, but if you want to book even sooner you can sign up as a Supporter and access our priority booking from 10am on Friday 3 November.

We are also excited to announce the return of the Salisbury International Arts Festival on 26 May - 9 June!

*Discounts apply on the top two price bands only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Productions must be booked at the same time, and you must book by 9 March. The discount does not apply in retrospect.

Full Programme

List of Events

  1. Ghosts and Grimm Tales

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