Inspired by Charlotte Peake’s own life and magical Edwardian original stories, and performed by local people in the unique and beautiful setting of Welford Park. This dramatic, all-dancing, all-singing event promises to be as unique and memorable as ever, using the ‘Big House’ itself as an essential character. So bring the family, pack a picnic and enjoy the real-ale bar in the landscaped grounds, then, as darkness falls, be entranced by the extraordinary storyunfolding.
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday matinee and Sunday £9.
Friday and Saturday evening £11
Concessions: £3 off
7 & under free.
TO BOOK FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENING PERFORMANCES CLICK HERE AND THEN ON THE BOOK NOW BUTTON
TO BOOK FOR TONIGHT'S PERFORMANCE, PLEASE CALL THE BOX OFFICE ON 01635 46044
ANY TICKETS TO BE COLLECTED WILL BE AT THE GATE AT WELFORD PARK BEFORE THE PERFORMANCE AND NOT FROM THE THEATRE - FROM 5.30PM FOR EVENING PERFORMANCES AND 1.15 PM FOR SATURDAY MATINEE PERFORMANCE.
PLEASE NOTE: TICKETS CANNOT BE BOUGHT FOR SUNDAY PERFORMANCES FROM THE WATERMILL OR ONLINE AFTER 6PM ON SATURDAY. PLEASE BUY YOUR TICKETS ON THE DAY AT WELFORD PARK.
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE AT THE GATE AT WELFORD PARK BEFORE ALL PERFORMANCES - FROM 5.30PM FOR EVENING PERFORMANCES AND 12.30PM FOR SATURDAY MATINEE PERFORMANCE.
Picnics from 5.30pm, performance starts at 7.30pm
Saturday matinée at 2.30pm.
Directed by Ade Morris
Original music and musical direction by Paul Kissaun
Lighting by Nick Flintoff
Choreography by Bettina Strickler