National Trust: Hanbury Hall
- Telephone 01527 821214
- Opening times Sat–Thu 11am–5pm. Limited opening hours in Nov & Dec.
- Website www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hanburyhall
A stunning early 18th-century house set in 20 acres of beautifully-restored formal gardens and 393 acres of park designed by George London. With shop, licensed tea-room, kiosk and a year round events programme.
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There are 9 events at this location
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A historical themed dinner at Hanbury Hall. Dine in the grandeur of the Great Hall and prepare to dine as you would when Hanbury was built in 1701.
Emma: Heartbreak Productions
In true Heartbreak style, the adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Emma' is introduced and performed by a group of artists who tell the story in the hope that the Romantic nature of Austen's writing inspires their portraiture and landscape skills.
English Music For A Summer Evening
A music and spoken word event raising money for the National Trust's conservation of Hanbury Hall and gardens.
Fathers' Day Falconry
Bird of prey flying display with commentary by Trevor Hill.
Half Term Family Fun
See a variety of performances by children's entertainers.
Tue 26 May
Wed 27 May
Thu 28 May
A Traditional fete organised by the villagers of Hanbury.
Soiree With The Midlands Sinfonia
The professional orchestra perform a selection of classical favourites.
Teddy Bears' Picnic
An opportunity to bring your teddy bear and a picnic to the garden today and enjoy games and a brass band.
Sun 28 Jun
The touring theatre troupe The Lord Chamberlain's Men perform Shakespeare's beloved romantic comedy in the open air.