Open air theatre and music at Nymans this summer

Join us this summer for open air theatre performances against the backdrop of the romantic ruins. Roll out your rug, unpack your picnic and prepare to sit back and enjoy the performance.

Audience members watching open-air theatre

The Railway Children 

Mon 29 Aug at 6pm. When their father has to leave their London home unexpectedly, Roberta, Phyllis and Peter find their love of trains and a nearby railway line leads to new friendships and adventures. Adults £15, children £12

Dunham Massey, Pride and Prejudice, Chapterhouse, Outdoor Theatre

Pride and Prejudice 

Fri 2 Sept at 7pm. At least one of the Bennet sisters must marry well in order for the family to avoid destitution upon the death of Mr Bennet and so the task of finding suitable matches begins. Following Elizabeth we discover that not all judgements quickly made are correct, in particular when the dashing Mr Darcy is involved. Adults £18, children £10

Scotney Castle champagne drinking couple

Twelfth Night  

Thurs 15 Sept at 7pm Join The HandleBards at Nymans for a bicycle-powered, laugh-out-loud production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. There’s drunkenness and frivolity a plenty! Adults £18, children £10