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The Hiding Place is the story of Corrie ten Boom, a Christian woman who lived in
Haarlem, Holland during World War II, and her family. Corrie saw the horrific
threat the Nazis posed to the Jewish people and decided that she couldn’t just
sit back and do nothing. With the help of an Underground regime, her family’s
faith and a man called Fred, Corrie was able to create a safe place for Jewish
people to hide in her family home.
But what could the ten Booms do when they were
“The Hiding Place was brilliant, a
very moving and heartfelt performance.”
There is a small booking fee per ticket when buying online. We also encourage you to purchase your tickets in advance as the price rises to £13.50 on the day (+ booking fee if purchased online).
We have two options for seating within our venue:
1. You can either book to sit in our pods; these are viewing boxes surrounded by plexi-glass windows (as shown in photo above) which creates a friendly atmosphere whilst still protecting you from close contact with other people.
2. Or you can choose to sit on the seating provided in front of the pods, if you are not as concerned with being in close contact with other people.
Tickets are non-refundable, except if the event is cancelled by order of the event management. A printed or electronic version of the ticket is required for entry. Tickets may not be copied or printed more than once. Each ticket is numbered and has a unique QR code. Entry will be refused for duplicate tickets.