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Curtain up on return of Beyond Housing’s £1 theatre ticket scheme

Beyond Housing is, once again, offering its exciting £1 ticket offer for customers across five upcoming productions at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre.
Laura Young, Community Partnership & Engagement Manager at Beyond Housing, (left) launches the Stephen Joseph Theatre discounted tickets offer with the theatre's Executive Assistant Jaye Lewis.

Back by popular demand, Beyond Housing is, once again, offering its exciting £1 ticket offer for customers across five upcoming productions at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre (SJT).

Beyond Housing customers wishing to see performances of The 39 Steps, Blonde Bombshells of 1943, These Majestic Creatures, Beauty and the Beast or Alan Ayckbourn’s 89th play, Constant Companions, will be able to claim discounted tickets, subject to availability, between April and the end of December.

The SJT is aware that theatre ticket prices can be unaffordable for many and has partnered a number of times with Beyond Housing to support local people for whom this is a barrier to visiting the theatre.

“Beyond Housing is really pleased to provide another opportunity for our customers to access this fantastic offer from the Stephen Joseph Theatre.

“There is a great range of shows this year, such as the firm family Christmas favourite Beauty and the Beast. There are lots to book and look forward to!”

Laura Young, Community Partnership and Engagement Manager for Beyond Housing

“It’s really important to us that we make our shows as widely accessible as possible. We’re delighted to be partnering with Beyond Housing again to provide £1 tickets for their customers.”

Caroline Routh, Executive Director at the Stephen Joseph

The performances included in the £1 ticket offer are:

The 39 Steps – June/July 

The SJT’s sell-out production of the gripping and hilarious whodunit is back by    popular demand. 

Blonde Bombshells of 1943 – August 

Join The Blonde Bombshells, the most glamorous all-girl swing band in the North, as they dodge Hitler’s bomb to put on the performance of their lives. 

Constant Companions – September 

In his 89th play, Alan Ayckbourn weaves together the story highflying lawyer Lorraine, lonely bachelor Don and technician Winston with characteristic humour and compassion. 

These Majestic Creatures – October/November 

A warm and funny new play set in Scarborough from exciting new playwright Emma Geraghty. 

Beauty and the Beast – December 

The SJT’s annual Christmas show takes a classic fairy tale and turns it on its head. Full of songs, silliness and festive fun. 

Those wishing to use the offer should call the Stephen Joseph Theatre box office on 01723 370541 and quote the code BEYOND23.

When attending a performance or calling at the theatre to collect their tickets, customers will be asked to show some proof of their Beyond Housing tenancy.

Tickets are subject to availability and are non-transferable. Additional tickets for friends and non-resident family will not be available.

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