William Wiggett Chute’s children have been playing in the woods. Unfortunately, these young Victorian adventurers have managed to lose four of their toys along the way. Can you help the children find them again?
Scandals, scoundrels and severely sprained ankles are what lie in store in this witty theatre adaptation of a Jane Austen classic. Known for their playful humour and energy, The Pantaloons Theatre Company make a welcome return to The Vyne.
Brought to you by the acclaimed Lord Chamberlain's Men, enjoy Shakespeare’s enchanting comedy performed by an all-male cast in Elizabethan costume. Bring along your picnics, chairs and blankets ready for a fun-filled evening on the north lawn.
Defying convention with unapologetic flamboyance, explore the highs and lows of rock star Freddie Mercury. Gates open 7.30pm. Bring your chairs, picnics and blankets to the north lawn ready for the film which starts at dusk (approx. 9pm).
Imagine High School Musical crossed with Moulin Rouge and you get this ‘movie of the moment’. Celebrating the birth of show business the film tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.
Evacuated to The Vyne during the Second World War, pupils from the Tormore Boys School in Deal, Kent came to see The Vyne as their home. Find out what the boys used to get up to in their old school haunt.
Back by popular demand, you can explore 14th-century cellars, Tudor attics and even walk on the newly restored roof of this historic mansion. Wander the house at night time and enjoy a glass of prosecco in the staircase hall.