Box Office Opens!

As you will be aware, if you’re following this blog, we’ve been chomping at the bit to get our box office up and running and to begin selling tickets for the festival. We were held up primarily by the fact that it took us a while to secure a major venue, but now we’re proud to announce that our home base will be the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts.

Starting today, then, you can make reservations for Shakespeare in Paradise through the Dundas Box Office. Later in the week, we’ll be opening another box office at the Juke Box in the Mall, and we’ll also get the ability to take online reservations. But for the moment, call to reserve your tickets at 393-3728, or email us at tix@shakespeareinparadise.org.

Our schedule of events can be viewed online here, or download the PDF.

And if you want to join the fun early, come to our launch party on Wednesday September 16 – 8:00 PM @ Graycliff ($20)!


2 Replies to "Box Office Opens!"

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    Zoe (Nathaniels) Brading
    September 18, 2009 (9:49 am)
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    This is just great to see going on in Nassau….!
    GOOD LUCK to you all for such hard work in getting the ‘arts’ going in this way.
    I am sorry I cant attend as I live in the UK.
    My father – Ray Nathaniels – would have attended and been so proud!

    Zoe
    (daughter of Ray Nathaniels)

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    Henry Muttoo
    September 18, 2009 (3:48 pm)
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    Congratuations to Nicolette and her team. This is a bold and imaginative endeavour much needed in the region. The site and the poster designs are impressive and the programme of productions well selected for variety and quality. My company from the National Cultural Foundation in the Cayman Islands very much look forward to playing for Bahamian audiences and visitors to The Bahamas. I hope the organising committee gets all the support it needs, and full houses. If you read this, please SHARE THE SHOWS – by encouraging all your friends and acquaintances to attend.

    Henry Muttoo


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