Phone number 01423 502116
17 year old Amy and her parents have moved from the city to rural North Yorkshire. Initially opposed to the move, Amy begins to enjoy the views and the outdoor life, helped by her blossoming friendship with young farmer Ben. Brenda, Ben’s mother, is not pleased with this friendship, seeing Amy as an incomer and someone who may turn Ben’s head away from the farm he has promised to take over from his parents. The female young farmers are not too taken with Amy either, and Amy’s friends aren’t too taken with them. The chickens in Amy’s garden have their own system of unspoken hierarchy, but how will the girls and the women sort it out? More importantly, how can Amy work her way up THE PECKING ORDER?
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Show profits will be donated to the British Hen Welfare Trust
Tickets £10 and £8 for concessions (under 19).
Tickets can be purchased online, over the phone or in person at Harrogate Theatre. There is a booking fee when purchasing online or over the phone, but not when calling into the theatre in person.
Tickets can be purchased on the door subject to availability but it is wise to buy in advance as Drip Drop Theatre’s last production sold out.
To buy tickets, follow the link below to the What’s On page at Harrogate Box Office or use the phone number provided.