Ticket Sales Flying at Ropery Hall
More than six weeks before the new Autumn programme gets underway at Barton upon Humber’s Ropery Hall tickets are already flying out of the door.
Ropewalk Events director Liz Bennet confesses to being overwhelmed at the number of people contacting The Ropewalk to buy tickets – some as far in advance as December.
“I expected that Snake Davis and The Suspicions who are appearing on December 30 would be very popular as they always are a sell out when they appear at Ropery Hall but the demand for other acts too has been extremely strong.
“The demand for tickets to see Milton Jones on Sunday October 24 has been amazing – we have made sales as far afield as Rotherham and Newcastle.
Not surprisingly An Audience with Jonathan Miller on October 23, is proving very popular as is the previous night of stand up comedian Robin Ince who will be introducing Barton to his Bad Book Club which combines his twin passions of science and bad literature.
Tickets for the first professional performance of the new season at Ropery Hall in September, The World’s Wife, adapted from the poems of Carol Ann Duffy and performed by Linda Marlowe, are being snapped up by schools and colleges throughout the area while a couple of days later two of America’s premier singer/songwriters, Corinne West and Kelly Joe Phelps are joining talents to create a stellar new sound.
Full details of the Autumn Programme and how to buy tickets are now available on www.roperyhall.co.uk