Outdoor theatre at Osterley Park
Enjoy a wonderful day out at Osterley with outdoor theatre performances throughout the summer.
Set within the beautiful grounds of Osterley Park, with Robert Adam’s architecturally stunning building as your backdrop, this is theatre with a difference. We are delighted to welcome back both DOT Productions and SixteenFeet Productions to Osterley, for another summer of excitement and drama. We are also delighted to welcome to Osterley for the first time OperaUpClose with a performance of 'Donizetti's Maria Stuarda' at the end of the summer.
Why not make a day of it and visit the formal gardens for a relaxing stroll through the flower garden or see the house and explore Adam’s masterpiece.
‘A Woman of No Importance’
Sat 28 July, 7.30-9.45pm
Skilfully adapted by DOT Productions, who brought us Jane Austen's Emma in 2017, we are delighted to bring Oscar Wilde's A Woman Of No Importance to Osterley.
The Stables Walled Garden is a beautifully secluded location in Osterley Park, next to the Tudor Stables and Brewhouse. Bring along your rugs and blankets, or portable chairs, and enjoy a summer evening picnic before the performance begins at 7pm. The Brewhouse Café will be open all evening serving a range of food and drink.
Adults - £14
‘The Wind in the Willows’
Wed 15 – Sun 19 August, 11:30am & 2.30pm
Discover family theatre at Osterley with Sixteenfeet Productions’ promenade performance of The Wind in the Willows. Kenneth Grahame’s evergreen classic is brought to life as the cast of unforgettable characters leads you around our gardens. Bring a picnic to enjoy after the performance, or visit the Stables Café for tea and cake.
After the performance you can explore our natural play trail on the Long Walk. Build a den in our Den Arena, climb our Climb and Chime Tree, and enjoy our tree swings. Why not bring your 50 things scrapbook and see what activities you can tick off?
Adults - £14
Children - £9.50
Family – from £39
'Donizetti's Maria Stuarda'
We round out the summer with Opera at Osterley. OperaUpClose present their new English version of Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda, bringing two ferocious Tudor Queens to life. With one performance on the Portico and a second in the Entrance Hall, you can experience Donizetti’s powerful melodies and tap into the Tudor history of the original manor house built in the 1560s. Performed in concert-style, enjoy a unique blend of heritage and music.