Open Air Theatre in the gardens

Open Air Theatre at Gunby

The Gunby gardens are the perfect setting for open air theatre performances. This years' show of 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' promises to delight adults and children alike. Arrive as the gates open one hour before the performance, bring a picnic and enjoy a lovely evening out. We recommend that you bring low-backed chairs or picnic rugs. Tickets are available on the gate.

Saturday 25 August 6pm - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Join Alice as she stumbles into the magical world of Wonderland and meet a whole host of colourful characters. From the unforgettable White Rabbit and the madcap Mad Hatter to the terrifying Queen of Hearts, Alice's journey couldn't be filled with more adventure. Presented in beautiful Victorian costume and alive with song, dance and original music, this is a production to delight the entire family.

Tickets are £15 for adults, £10 for children (under 5s are free) and a family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) is £46.

To find out more, ring 01754 890102, or click here to book. Gates open at 5pm, the performance starts at 6pm.

Tickets are available on the gate.

Enjoy a magical production of 'Alice's adventures in Wonderland'
Alice's adventures in Wonderland
Enjoy a magical production of 'Alice's adventures in Wonderland'

Upcoming events

Hidden Gunby

Thu 27 Sep 2018
Come and see the areas of Gunby that are normally not open to the public.

Apple Day

Sun 07 Oct 2018
Discover all things 'apple' at Gunby Hall & Gardens.

Ghostly Halloween Hall

Sat 27 Oct 2018
Meet the ghosts of Gunby Hall during our annual Halloween opening.

Christmas at Gunby

Sat 24 Nov 2018
Join us to discover the Gunby Christmas spirit. We're steeped in centuries of festive traditions which we'd love to share with you, your family and friends

Festive Christmas Piano Concert in the Music Room

Sat 08 Dec 2018
Step back in time and experience the Music Room as it was used by Gunby's Massingberd family with festive, seasonal classical pieces being played by Josh Wilkinson and Jane O'Farrell on the Bluthner grand piano.