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Summer theatre: Pride and Prejudice

Picnic in the beautiful garden and enjoy a night of magical theatre under the stars.

  • Booking essential

Chapter House Theatre Company will be performing classic production of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Bring a picnic and join us on the West Lawn at the back of Stourhead House for an enjoyable evening under the stars.



Event ticket prices

Ticket typeTicket category
Adult £20.00
Child £12.00

Event additional prices

Ticket typeTicket category
Carer ticket£0.00
Under 5£0.00
NUS ticket - bring valid student ID£17.00
Family ticket - two adults, two children£55.00

The basics

Booking details

Call 0344 249 1895

Meeting point

Stourhead National Trust car park. Ticket holders then make their way to the performance location within the garden. Gates open at 6pm, performance begins at 7pm.

What to bring and wear

This is an outdoor performance, please wear suitable clothing for the weather.


Carer ticket available when purchased with a full price ticket. Please bring your own wheelchairs and mobility scooters if possible. We have a limited number all-terrain push wheelchairs and trampers available for hire on a first come first served basis. These must be booked in advance by calling 01747 841 152.


Please bring your own blanket or chairs. Areas will be divided around the stage with blankets and seating in separate areas to allow for everyone to see. Refreshments: Bring your own picnic. There will be a bar on site along with an ice cream and non-alcoholic drinks stand available near to the stage. Well behaved dogs welcome on short fixed leads. Car Parking charges apply: National Trust members free when you scan your membership card, non-members £4.50. We advise booking tickets for the performance in advance. There are limited tickets and we cannot guarantee that any will be available to purchase on the night.

Contact info

Stourhead Estate Office

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