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Benjamin Dilloway and Tafline Steen. Photo by Simon Turtle.

Benjamin Dilloway and Tafline Steen. Photo by Simon Turtle.


Regent's Park Theatre presents

Pride And Prejudice


An acclaimed version of the romantic classic.

By Jane Austen.
In an adaptation by Simon Reade.

"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife."

As the Bennet sisters search for love, it is Mr Darcy who unwittingly finds his match.

Following sell-out performances at Regent’s Park Theatre (producers of the recent smash-hit To Kill A Mockingbird and Lord Of The Flies) Pride And Prejudice features the Olivier award-winning Matthew Kelly (Of Mice And Men, Cold Blood, Bleak House, Stars In Their Eyes) as Mr Bennet and Felicity Montagu (Alan Partridge, Bridget Jones's Diary, The Durrells) as Mrs Bennet. Celebrating the legacy of Jane Austen as we approach her bicentennial, this is Austen "still dazzling after 200 years" (The Observer).

You can learn more about the show on our blog.

Evenings: 7.30pm
Thu & Sat matinees: 2.30pm

TICKETS (bkg fees apply*)
Fri & Sat performances:
Premier Seats: £34.50
£30, £27.50, £25, £22
Tue-Thu performances:
Premier Seats: £32.50
£28, £25.50, £23, £20

£2 off top three prices (Tue-Thu)
The Marlowe Friends
£5 off top three prices (Tue-Thu)
Discovery Tickets
(for 16-26yrs & full-time students): £8 (Tue & Wed, limited availability, bkg fees apply*)
Bring 10 or more people and get 10% off. Bring 25 or more people and get 15% off.
Schools: £10 tickets, one teacher goes free with every 10 students (Tue-Thu)

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone & in person: £1 per ticket booking fee. Online: 75p per ticket booking fee. The Marlowe Friends: 75p per ticket booking fee (by phone, in person & online). The maximum fee you will be charged when booking by phone or in person is £8. Booking fees are unlimited online.

An extra charge of £1 applies if you would also like your tickets posted. Marlowe Friends do not pay a postage charge. There is no booking fee made for group bookings of 15 tickets or more or customers with access needs, when booking by phone or in person.

"Whether you're a Jane Austen fan or not, this is a real treat."

"A perfect Pride And Prejudice."

"Deborah Bruce’s charming production blows fresh air into Austen’s wonderful comedy."

Audio Described performance: Sat 4 Feb, 2.30pm
STAGETEXT captioned performance: Sat 4 Feb, 2.30pm

To book tickets on-line, click on the Book Now button. 

The Marlowe Theatre Box Office is open from 9am to 6pm Monday - Saturday. 
When there is a show, we remain open until 30 minutes after the performance begins.

Tickets can be booked on 01227 787787 with all major debit and credit cards 
(except American Express).

The Marlowe Theatre Box Office is open for personal bookings Mon - Sat 9am - 5.30pm.
Telephone bookings can be made between Mon - Sat 9am - 6pm.
If paying by cheque or postal order, please make it payable to Canterbury City Council.

Tickets can be reserved without payment for up to four days, or until seven days prior to the performance - whichever is the soonest.


The following per ticket fees apply when booking tickets at our theatre:

  • Booking by phone and in person at our Box Office: £1 per ticket booking fee
  • Booking online: 75p per ticket booking fee
  • The Marlowe Friends (booking by phone, in person at the Box Office and online): 75p per ticket booking fee
  • For all productions in The Marlowe Studio (booking by phone, in person at the Box Office and online): 75p per ticket booking fee

The maximum booking fee you will be charged, when booking your tickets in person or over the phone, is £8. If you book more than 15 tickets per transaction, in person or over the phone, you will not be charged a booking fee.

If you book online, you will be charged a per ticket booking fee for all of the tickets that you book, with no maximum booking fee charge. Customers with access needs are not charged a booking fee if booking by phone and in person.

An extra charge of £1 applies if you would like your tickets posted. The Marlowe Friends do not pay a postage charge.

Booking fees do not apply for creative workshops, school group bookings, artist talks and gift vouchers.

Show Talk: Thu 2 Feb, post 2.30pm show, free

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