One of the highlights of the summer season with the National Trust, Bateman’s and Sheffield Park and Garden are this year putting on open air theatre productions for the first time.
Enjoy family-friendly performances in the garden of Rudyard Kipling’s family home, or settle down in a bell tent nestled in the heart of a Capability Brown designed landscape amongst the giant redwood trees.
The live entertainment and beautiful setting is provided, so all you’ll need to pack is a picnic and a blanket to have all the ingredients for a perfect summer evening.
Bateman’s – The Fever Tree
8 July, 6.30pm-9.30pm
Join us for a two course dinner followed by theatre in the garden, where Rudyard and his sister Trix must lay some ghosts to rest.
Tickets £40 per person
Booking essential on 01435 882302
Sheffield Park and Garden – The Lone Pine Club
Thursday 30 July and Friday 31 July, 12pm-1.30pm
Saturday 1 August and Sunday 2 Aug 12pm-1.30pm and 3pm-4.30pm
Join us for a mysterious adventure you will never forget with the Pentabus Theatre Company. A daring tale of adversity, adventure and the outdoors, the play is suitable for children aged eight and over, and is an adaptation of the well-loved Lone Pine books written by Malcolm Saville.
Tickets £15 per adult, £7.50 per child
Booking essential on 0844 249 1895