This year, as well as the hugely popular Handlebards theatre events, Raby Castle will be hosting a production of Gangsta Granny on Saturday 13th July, David Walliams’ much-loved tale the tale of a bored boy who discovers his kindly grandma was a former jewel thief. This is perfect for families and promises to be a fabulously fun experience for all ages.
Other outdoor theatre events include Noel Coward’s Private Lives on Saturday 6th July, The Tempest by Handlebards on Sunday 11th August and Much Ado About Nothing on Tuesday 20th August.
Picnics available to pre book and food concessions in the Walled Garden.
Tickets available soon
Illustration © Tony Ross 2011. Lettering of author’s name © Quentin Blake 2010. Licensed by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
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