Between 19th-23rd November 2019 we will be staging an inspiring theatrical and dramatic multimedia event in Monken Hadley Church – 525 LIVE. This is to celebrate the 525th Anniversary of the Restoration of the Church in 1494 and raise money for the Church House Hall Restoration fund. We will also be supporting Noah's Ark Children's Hospice.
Bringing together dramatic lighting, music, video and live theatre into a stunning ‘Son et Lumiere’, a team of world-class creative and technical professionals from the church and locality will be telling the story of the history and heritage of the church and the local community of Barnet, Monken Hadley and Hadley Wood.
There will be six performances – five in the evening (between 7.30 to 9.30pm Tuesday to Friday), as well as a Saturday matinee.
Drinks will be available in Church House Hall 45 minutes before each performance, where you will be able to view the proposed plans for the Hall’s restoration, as well as buy your interval drink vouchers.
There will also be a wonderful Prize Draw during each performance, with prizes including two tickets to next year's BAFTA awards and breaks at a hotel and holiday home. Drinks and Prize Draw tickets can be bought using cash or cheques only.
On Saturday evening at 8pm there will be a Gala performance, preceded by a Champagne reception at 7.15pm, and followed by a ceremonial lighting of the church beacon.
We expect each performance to last about 2 hours, including a 20-minute interval.
Tickets are priced at £20 for adults, £15 for children (16 years or under). Gala performance tickets are priced at £25 for adults, £20 for children. There will also be a family ticket for £55 – two adults and two children, excluding the Gala performance. Tickets are on sale from www.ticketsource.co.uk/525-live (booking fee applies). You can also book tickets by phoning 0333 666 3366 (for which there is an additional £1.75 service fee).
Any enquiries, please contact: email@example.com
Please note that loud noises, flashing lights and smoke effects feature in the production.
Patron: Martin H.C. Russell, Esq DL, Representative Deputy Lieutenant for the London Borough of Barnet