Awful Auntie

Join us for some perfect summer family entertainment with this specially-adapted production of David Walliam's best-seller, Awful Auntie.

  • Booking essential
  • Admission applies

Adapted for outdoor theatre by Heartbreak Production and part of the Scotney Summer Season, 'Awful Auntie' is a truly thrilling tale suitable for 7 year olds upwards. Filled with owls, ghosts, chases, escapes, motorcycle rides, and tiddlywinks, young heroine, Stella must thwart her awful aunt and try to save the family home.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • Adult £12.00
    per adult
  • Child £8.00
    per child
View admission charges
Scotney Castle

Prices

Whole property
Gift Aid Standard
Adult N/A £14.00
Child N/A £7.00
Family N/A £35.00
Family 1 adult, 2 children N/A £21.00
Car parking (non-members) N/A £4.00
Group Adult
Minimum group size 15
N/A £13.30
Group Child
Minimum group size 15
N/A £6.65

What is Gift Aid?

Most of our places run the Gift Aid on Entry scheme at their admission points.

Under this scheme, if you're not a member you have the choice of two entry tickets:

  • Gift Aid Admission
  • Standard Admission

If the place runs Gift Aid on Entry, we'll offer you a clear choice between the Gift Aid Admission prices and the Standard Admission prices at the admission point. It's entirely up to you which ticket you choose.

Gift Aid Admission includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation. Gift Aid Admissions let us reclaim tax on the whole amount paid - an extra 25 per cent - potentially a very significant boost to our places' funds.

An extra £1 paid under the scheme can be worth over £3 to the National Trust as shown below:

  Gift Aid Standard
Amount paid by visitor £11.00 £10.00
Tax refund from Government* £2.75 £0.00
Total received by the National Trust £13.75 £10.00

 

*Gift Aid Admissions let us reclaim tax on the whole amount paid - an extra 25 per cent - potentially a very significant boost to our places' funds.

Please note...

A child ticket is valid for anyone aged 5-17 years old. Under 5s are free.

A family ticket is valid for 2 adults and up to 2 children aged 5-17.

A reduced rate family ticket is available for 1 adult and up to 2 children aged 5-17. 

National Trust Members visit and park for free.

 

The basics

Booking details
Call 01926 430307
For more information and to book tickets go to Book Tickets - Heartbreak Productions
Suitability
Age 7+
Meeting point
Meet in the Courtyard. Gates open 5.30pm. Curtain up 6pm.
What to bring and wear
Do bring a picnic, rug or low-backed chair but, for everyone's safety and enjoyment, no candles, bbqs, naked flames, no gazebos or high-backed chairs are allowed.
Accessibility
Level access. Accessible WCs
Other
Running time approximately 2 hours including a 15-minute interval. Refreshments are available to purchase on site.

Contact Info

Name
Heartbreak Productions
Email
info@heartbreakproductions.co.uk
Telephone
Call 01926 430307

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Join one of our estate guides on a tour around Scotney's woods and parklands to see seasonal flora and fauna and learn about the history of Scotney.

Garden Tours - Roses

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Walled Garden Wednesday - Summer pruning of apple and plum trees

Wed 06 Jul 2022
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Learn how to summer prune your own apple and plum trees in July's Walled Garden Wednesday session.

Moth Morning

Sat 09 Jul 2022
07:00-09:30
Get up-close and personal with a wide variety of moth species as one of our rangers talks you through the regular moth surveying we do at Scotney and opens one of the moth traps to see what's inside.

Twelfth Night at Scotney Castle

Fri 22 Jul 2022
19:00-21:00
Part of the Scotney Summer Season of arts and music, Twelfth Night is very much a tale for our times, reflecting desire’s power to override conventions of class, religion and gender.