Friday 15th September // Starts 7:30pm

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Getting There

St Margarets Church, Arundel Road, Angmering, West Sussex, BN16 4JS

About The Event

Wardrobes & Rings is a brand new two person theatre production that will transport you back to Oxford in 1963, to the Eagle & Child pub, where legendary authors J.R.R. Tolkien and his great friend C.S. Lewis meet for what turns out to be the very last time. With great humour, wit, and fascinating stories, these remarkable lives are explored in this memorable piece of theatre. After the success of the 2016 one man theatre production ‘An evening with CS Lewis’, actor David Payne returns to the UK in September with Marc Whitmore for a limited run of Church performances. Together with Tearfund.

Event Info


All tickets will be delivered as e-tickets. If you haven't received your ticket shortly after you complete your booking please log into your account on the Big Church Live website where it can be downloaded. Please have your e-ticket ready for checking on arrival at the venue as there will be strictly no admittance without a ticket. You can bring the e-ticket on your phone or tablet, however each individual must have their own ticket on their own phone, and the tickets must be downlaoded before joining the queue.


There are 16 on-site parking spaces (2 disabled spaces) which will be issued on a first come come serve basis. Other than this, there is on-street parking around the venue. I will ascertain permission from the local medical centre if we can use their car park since this is an evening event when the surgery will be closed (3 minute walk to venue). The nearest train station is Angmering. This is a 15 minute walk to the venue. 

 Access & Visibility

The Venue has great access for wheelchairs with a disabled toilet. We sadly don’t have a raised platform with better visibility of the stage but we can cordon off an area at the front of the staging which has the best views in the room.

 Local Amenities

There are local pubs and shops within 2-3 minute walk of the Venue.