Garden theatre at Nunnington Hall

Garden theatre at Nunnington Hall

Picnics at the ready! Whether you want to bring your little ones for a classic fairytale or have a grownup evening with Jane Austen, we've got outdoor theatre performances for everyone at Nunnington Hall this summer.

All of our summer theatre events take place outdoors in the beautiful orgainc garden, and we're hardy sorts, so they'll only be cancelled if the weather is unsafe. Bring along a delicious picnic, something comfy to sit on and plenty of layers if you're coming to an evening performance - even if it's a lovely sunny day, it can get chilly in the garden. If you don't have time to arrange a picnic, the tea-garden will be opening serving light refreshments.

Peter Pan, Friday 11 August, 6pm
Written by J M Barrie

Chapterhouse Theatre Company are delighted to present an all new production of Peter Pan directed by Philip Stevens. Join Wendy, Michael and John Darling on their adventures with Peter, far away on the magical island of Neverland. There they encounter the enchanting mermaids, magical fairies and the cruellest pirate of them all, Captain Hook. Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French and in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, J.M.Barrie’s timeless classic is brought to life in a brand new adaptation by award winning writer Laura Turner, with beautifully designed costumes, music and songs. Join Peter and his friends for what promises to be the most magical evening of the summer.

Booking essential, please call 01439 748283

Adult £15, Child £10, Family £44

Chapter House Peter Pan outdoor theatre
Chapter House Peter Pan outdoor theatre

Previous performances

Pride and Prejudice
Take a step back in time with Chapterhouse Theatre Company to meet Elizabeth Bennet, Jane Austen's most loveable heroine. When Elizabeth meets the rude and abrupt Mr Darcy, she loathes him at first sight. But is there more to him than meets the eye? Brought to life by award winning writer Laura Tuner, this brand-new adaptation celebrates the 200th Anniversary of Jane Austen’s death and promises to be the most splendid evening of the summer. So, join friends and family as you picnic under a beautiful summer sky and lose yourself in this unforgettable love story. After all, it is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.