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Production 2017
'Cyrano De Bergerac'
Library Theatre, Sheffield
Book Tickets Online
by Edmund Rostand, adapted by Glyn Maxwell.

The year is 1640, Cyrano de Bergerac, a brilliant swordsman and poet has a reputation that exceeds his sharp wit and intelligence!
As with all great heroes, he has an Achilles heel, his love and honour. What will he sacrifice to achieve both?
A truly remarkable play for all ages 8 to 108. A love story that has all of the wit, humour and drama, musketeer times could ever ask for!
(Its a fighting, love story with funny bits!)
Library Theatre: Friday 30th June 2017
Act One Drama Studio Presents
"Cyrano De Bergerac"
Library Theatre, Sheffield
Please note:
There is a 5% online booking fee included in the price per ticket
Please note:
There is a 5% online booking fee included in the price per ticket
29th & 30th June 2017
Book Tickets:
You can email
or phone 07904 339024 to reserve your tickets.

Alternatively you can book and pay for your tickets online by debit or credit card.  Please note there is a small fee for booking tickets online.
We will send a confirmation email once seats have been allocated, which are on a first come - first served basis, with optimal viewing seats being allocated first.

Tickets purchased online will be availble to collect at the box office on the evening of the selected performance.
* Concessions available for under 16s, senior citizens,
  registered disabled & Act One Life members.
On the advice of South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service Sheffield City Council are no longer able to offer wheelchair access to the Library Theatre.

If you have any other mobility problems and are unsure whether you would be able to access the venue please contact The Library Theatre.

Wheelchair Access:
Library Theatre: Thursday 29th June 2017