Tickets: Tickets for As You Like It and Julius Caesar are available in advance online at https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/bard-in-the-barracks-33541233539
And at the door on the night of performances.
Show dates and time: Julius Caesar
8:00 PM Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from June 15-July 3.
Reduced price preview performance June 15
Regular performances June 18, 19, 22, 25, 26, 29, and July 2 and 3.
All performances begin at 8:00 PM at the corner of Queen St. and Secretary’s Lane (near the Provincial Legislature), but patrons should arrive by 7:45 if purchasing tickets on site.
Run time: Approximately 1 hour 50 minutes, with no intermission.
Show dates and time: As You Like It
7:30 PM Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from June 16-July 1.
Reduced price preview performance June 16
Regular performances June 17, 21, 23, 24, 28, 30, and July 1.
All performances begin at 7:30 PM, but patrons should arrive at the park by 7:10 or earlier to allow time to buy tickets and make it to the play’s starting point.
$15 for Seniors, Un/Underwaged
$12 for Students (valid student i.d. required).
Children 9 and under: Free.
Family pass $50 (any group of 3 or 4 related persons including at least one student).
Reduced price Preview Performances:
June 15 @ 8:00 (Julius Caesar)
June 16 @ 7:30 (As You Like It)
$10 Seniors Un/Underwaged
$8 Students (valid student i.d. required).
Children 9 and under: Free.
Family pass: $40 (any group of 3 or 4 related persons including at least one student).
Other ways to save:
Festival Passes: Attend any regular performances of both As You Like It and Julius Caesar and your second show is half price!
Festival pass prices:
$22 Seniors, Un/Underwaged
$15 Students (valid student i.d. required).
Family festival pass: $75 (any group of 3 or 4 related persons including at least one student).
Group Rates: Groups of five or more will save $3 per person in the group. Please reserve your group tickets in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate the names of the people in your party and the performance you plan to attend.
FAQ: What is a preview? It’s the final dress rehearsal for the play and first time with an audience for the show, allowing the cast and crew a chance to make final adjustments to the performance.)
FAQ: What is “Un/Underwaged”? If you would like to see the show but owing to your employment/financial situation you feel you cannot afford the full ticket price and would appreciate a small discount, you can identify as such, no questions asked.
Audience numbers will be capped at 70 patrons nightly. For this reason, buying advance tickets or showing up early is advisable on fair weather nights in particular. For information on ticket availability, phone 506 545-8214.
Advance tickets purchased for rained-out performances can be used for subsequent shows or returned for refund (call or email us at email@example.com to arrange your refund). If rain forces the cancellation of a performance already in progress, audience members can use their ticket stub for free admittance to a subsequent performance, or can opt for a ticket refund if the stoppage occurs prior to halfway through the show.