A theatre performance based entirely in a parked car is coming to Dorchester this month - with only 12 tickets available. 

Only three audience members will be allowed to watch each of the four performances of ‘Blind Spot’, the play from Dorchester Arts, at the Corn Exchange on June 22.

The comedy performance is based on interviews with Devon residents about the challenges revolving around male mental health.

Audiences can enjoy the show from the back seats of the car while the drama and comedy unfurl in and around the vehicle.

Event organisers promise humour and heart, but also a relatable story that shines a light on some important issues.

Dorchester Arts Artistic Director, Mark Tattersall, said: “We are delighted to welcome such an innovative and interesting piece of theatre to the Corn Exchange car park.”

“This is absolutely a unique theatrical experience for those lucky enough to sit in the back of the car,” he added, considering only 12 people in total will be able to attend the event.

The 10am and 11am showings are already booked out, but 45-minute sessions are still available to book at 1pm and 2pm on the Dorchester Arts website for £7.