Contact Flock Theatre

Flock Theatre
10 Prospect Street
New London, CT 06320

(860) 443-3119
Tickets: Tickets for Flock shows can be purchased at the door or reserved ahead of time by calling the Flock Theatre office at the number above.

IMPORTANT: Shows taking place at the Shaw-Perkins Mansion Museum are subject to very restricted seating space and thus tickets should be reserved ahead of time as they are usually sold out at the door.

Outdoor Shows: Shows taking place at the outdoor locations listed below are subject to cancellation due to inclimate weather. If you are unsure whether or not the show will be cancelled, please call the Flock office or check the website on the day of the performance for cancellation updates.

Location Information

Second Congregational Church of New London

45 Broad Street
New London, CT 06320
http://www.2ccnl.org/

Connecticut College Arboretum:
This is an outdoor location, please see the information below.Connecticut College Arboretum
830 Williams Street
New London, CT 06320
http://arboretum.conncoll.edu
Customs House Pier:
This is an outdoor location, please see the information below.The Customs House pier is directly behind the Custom House Maritime Museum located at the address below:Custom House Maritime Museum
150 Bank Street
New London, CT 06320
http://www.nlmaritimesociety.org/

There is street parking available on both sides of Bank Street as well as parking in the public lots off of Eugene O’Neill Drive for events held at the Custom House Pier.

NOTE: Alcoholic beverages are NOT permitted on the Custom House Pier.

Outdoor Locations:
The Connecticut College Arboretum, The Customs House Pier and The Hempsted Houses are outdoor locations and may require additional planning for a comfortable experience.Guests are encouraged to bring:

  • Lawn Chairs
  • Blankets
  • Picnic Baskets
  • Bug Spray
Shaw Mansion:
IMPORTANT: Seating space at this location is very limited and there is no standing room. Tickets for shows taking place here should be reserved ahead of time as they are almost always sold-out at the door.Shaw Mansion
11 Blinman Street
New London, CT 06320
http://nlhistory.org/The Shaw Mansion was once the home of the wealthy merchant, Captain Nathaniel Shaw, who began building the granite mansion in the 1750s. During the Revolutionary War, the mansion served as Connecticut’s Naval Office. The house and grounds were owned by five generations of the Shaw family before being sold to the Historical Society in 1907. The mansion offers a unique combination of a family collection intimately tied to the region’s history, and an early collection of resources focused on the entire county.

Hempsted Houses:
This is an outdoor location, please see the information above.Hempsted Houses
11 Hempsted Street
New London, CT 06320
Hempsted Houses WebsiteThe Hempsted Houses comprises two buildings: the 1678 Joshua Hempsted House and the 1759 Nathaniel Hempsted House. The Joshua Hempsted House is a frame building and is one of New England’s oldest and best-documented dwellings.

Garde Arts Center:

Garde Arts Center
325 State Street
New London, CT 06320
http://gardearts.org/

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