- Getting Here
- House Opening Times
- Food & Drink @Bottoms Up Bar
- What to Bring
- What happens if it rains?
- First Aid and Emergencies
2023 ticket prices:
£15 U18/Student/Jobseekers/Equity (ID required)
£65 Family (2 adults + 2 U18)
Where to get them:
Tickets are available from:
One Tree Books, 7 Lavant Street, Petersfield, GU32 3EL, 01730 261199 (no booking fee)
Online via our Ticketsource event page (booking fee applies)
In the event that the performance cannot be completed, due to bad weather or any other reason, you can exchange your tickets for another performance during this or future festivals, subject to availability. We are sorry but we are unable to issue refunds for cancellation or abandonment as a result of the weather. In the case of a non-weather related cancellation, only the face value of your ticket is refundable.
For Box Office queries, email us at email@example.com
From Petersfield direction:
Route 1 - 6.3 miles, 15 mins: take the London Road/B2070, after 2.1 miles turn left onto Hatch Lane, then after 0.8 miles turn right onto Rake Road and after another 0.8 miles turn left onto Warren Road. Continue and after going under a small railway bridge, turn right at the entrance to Wylds Farm. Continue along the Wylds Farm drive until you reach the parking area.
Route 2 – 7.7 miles, 15 mins: take the A3 northbound B3006. After 9 minutes at the Ham Barn Roundabout take 1st exit onto Farnham Road/B3006. After 0.5 miles right onto Forest Road. After 1 mile turn left onto Warren Road and after another 0.8 miles, turn left at the entrance to Wylds Farm. Continue along the Wylds Farm drive until you reach the parking area.
From London/Guildford direction: take the A3 southbound. At Ham Barn Roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Farnham Road/B3006. After 0.5 miles right onto Forest Road. After 1 mile turn left onto Warren Road and after another 0.8 miles, turn left at the entrance to Wylds Farm. Continue along the Wylds Farm drive until you reach the parking area.
Regular trains services run to both Liss and Petersfield stations where taxis are readily available to bring you to Wylds Farm (from Liss Station – 2 miles/8 mins; from Petersfield Station – 6.3 miles/15 mins)
On arrival you will be directed by a PSF usher to the free parking at Wylds Farm car park (200 metres from the venue. See here https://w3w.co/homework.lurching.passively). Would Blue Badge holders and anyone who has any questions or might require any special assistance on the day please contact the organisers in advance on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have brought a picnic, there will be a number of wheelbarrows available to help transport your picnic.
You are welcome, nay positively encouraged, to join the pre-show festival vibe and enjoy your picnic or sample the delicious food and drink on offer, whilst listening to live music from our house band. For evening performances beginning at 7.00 pm, the Bottoms Up Bar and front of house area will be open from 5.30pm. For matinees when performances start at 2.00 pm they will be open from 12.30 pm.
A bell will ring ten minutes before the performance is due to begin which will allow you time to walk up to the performance area.
There will be one 30 minute interval, when refreshments will be available both at Bottoms Up and at the Duke’s Oak performance area.
The Bottoms Up Bar area is, unsurprisingly, situated at the bottom of the hill and has lots of outside tables and chairs so that you can eat, drink and be merry whilst soaking up the festival atmosphere before & after the show, and during the extended interval. The house band will be playing before every performance so come early and enjoy the vibe.
The bar will be selling prosecco, wines, draft and bottled beers, lager, cider and soft drinks. Food on offer includes delicious flatbreads from Earth to Oven.
Coffee, tea and sweet treats will also be available both before the show and during the interval, courtesy of Kiki T’s Vintage Coffee Van.
In the bar Bottoms Up Bar area, there are tables and benches where you can enjoy food, drink and live music.
For 2023, we have introduced a system of numbered, allocated seating in the performance area. Chairs are wooden and you are welcome to bring cushions to provide a bit more comfort. Please do not bring your own chairs. This year all seating will be arranged in the open-air (outside of the tent) and there will be no covering over the audience. Should the show be stopped or delayed for rain, then shelter will be available in the PSF signature tent.
If you have purchased tickets in the Groundlings areas at the front, there will be no chairs, so please bring a rug or cushions to sit on the ground.
There is a 200m flat walk from the car park to the Bottoms Up front of house area of Wyld’s Farm.
Access to the performance area involves a gentle uphill grassy walk of approximately 200m from Bottoms Up to the performance area at the Duke’s Oak.
If you require it, vehicular transport can be arranged from Bottom’s Up at the bottom to Duke’s Oak at the top. Please let us know in advance at email@example.com if possible, or when you arrive. As ever our staff and volunteers will be on hand throughout the evening and would be delighted to help if you need assistance.
Car Parking close to Bottoms Up is available for Blue Badge holders. Please contact the organisers in advance on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange priority parking.
The terrain is grass with gravel pathways.
There are 2 wheelchair positions in the auditorium, please contact us at email@example.com to reserve these in advance.
As little as possible – the less incumbered you are for this immersive woodland wonderland experience the better! You are, of course, welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy either before the show or at the interval, in the Bottoms Up front of house area. However, there will be an exciting range of refreshments available too. The food will be hot, the drinks will be chilled, you won’t have to carry heavy picnics and there are no glasses to wash up!
As all seating is uncovered this year, please make sure you are suitably attired for the vagaries of the English summer, and the chilly evening air. Sun hats, sun cream, sunglasses, jumpers, raincoats and rain hats should all be considered. A torch will also come in handy for evening performances.
Of course, we welcome children of all ages but if your child becomes unsettled why not take them for a little walk away from the performance so they don’t hamper the enjoyment of others. Please do not let them go on their own as there are ponds and streams which could present a hazard. They do have fencing, netting and warning signs around them but, nevertheless, children must be supervised at Wylds Farm at all times.
Unfortunately, we are not able to allow dogs on site. This does not apply to ‘assistance’ dogs, but we would appreciate prior notice. Please email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
The weather is, as we all know, very changeable; please do make sure that you have suitable clothing for all the eventualities of a British summer’s evening, so that your enjoyment of the show is not hampered.
If the weather is bad, the show will go on! – unless there is thought to be a safety concern. In the unlikely event of a cancellation, you will be offered tickets for an alternative evening, subject to availability, or for next year’s Festival.
In the unlikely event of an emergency, please follow the instructions of the stewards who will ensure you are removed to an area of safety.
There is always a qualified first aider on site during public opening hours.
Should you have a medical emergency please notify a steward as soon as possible.
If you need to call emergency services, the postcode is GU33 7DF.
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