Outdoor Theatre: A Woman Of No Importance by Oscar Wilde
Bring a picnic and join us in the Stables Walled Garden for a wonderful outdoor adaptation of Oscar Wilde's 1893 satirical play 'A Woman Of No Importance'.
- Booking advisable
Skillfully adapted by DOT Productions, who brought us Jane Austen's Emma in 2017, we are delighted to bring Oscar Wilde's A Woman Of No Importance to Osterley.
The Stables Walled Garden is a beautifully secluded location in Osterley Park, next to the Tudor Stables and Brewhouse. Bring along your rugs and blankets, or portable chairs, and enjoy a summer evening picnic before the performance begins at 7pm. The Brewhouse Café will be open all evening serving a range of food and drink.
Event ticket prices
- People of all ages are welcome.
- Assistance dogs are welcome.
- Meeting point
- A 5 minute walk from the car park, meet in the Brewhouse Café in the Tudor Stables. The Brewhouse will be open 9.30am until late for food and refreshments.
- What to bring and wear
- Please bring picnic blankets, rugs, chairs and a picnic, or purchase. As this is an outdoor performance, please bring something to keep you warm or dry towards the end of the evening.
- Ground surfaces includes cobbles, paving slabs and grass. Ramp or step up to the Brewhouse, otherwise all on the ground floor.
- Why not visit the House and the Gardens before?
|28 July 2018||19:00 - 21:45||Available|