The film Orchestra @ Croome Court

The film Orchestra will perform a full concert of film music favourites from their recent programme including, Star Wars, Pirates of the Carribean and Harry Potter plus many many more well-known theme tunes.

  • Booking essential

The concert will be conducted by TfO Associate Conductor Jack Campey with TfO Leader Marie Roberts-Watkins.

Bring a picnic as the gates open at 6pm in preparation for the concert which starts at 7:30pm.


Event ticket prices
  • Adult £16.00
  • Child £10.00
    5 to 16 years
  • Child £0.00
    4 and under

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Tickets are non-refundable unless TfO or Croome cancel the event.
Children are welcome if accompanied by an adult
Dogs on leads are welcome.
Meeting point
The concert will be held on the South Lawn at the rear of the court
What to bring and wear
Weather appropriate clothing, blankets, picnics
A buggy service will be running from the RAF car park to the house.
Please note the concert will be held on the lawn of the house


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
22 June 2019 19:30 - 21:45 Available

Contact Info

General enquiries
Call 01905 371006

Upcoming events

Silent Spaces in the Home Shrubbery

Fri 21 Jun 2019
Enjoy the tranquility of our Silent Space. Explore the opportunities to reflect without interruptions of daily life!

Garden Tours

Fri 21 Jun 2019
Spend about an hour walking in the garden with one of our volunteer tour guides.

Embroiderers’ Guild Exhibition

Fri 21 Jun 2019
The guild will produce aspects of Croome’s landscape through textile art work.

The Man in the Middle - Exhibition

Fri 21 Jun 2019
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‘What is Home’ exhibition

Fri 21 Jun 2019
Artist Kashif Nadim Chaudry’s new installation is inspired by Croome’s history as a residential Boys School.

Bridge and Wilson: Croome’s Landscape.

Fri 21 Jun 2019
A new painting by Antony Bridge, Croome’s artist-in-residence, commissioned by Croome makes its debut using the same view as Richard Wilson’s famous landscape painting.