17 July 2022
Peter Rabbit Open Air Theatre
2pm (gates open at 1pm)
£14 adults, £10 under 16s, £45 Family (2 adults and 3 children). Advance booking required
Quantum Theatre are back with an enchanting new adaptation of two of Beatrix Potter’s best-loved Tales, The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny.
Peter and his naughty cousin Benjamin know very well that they are not to go into Mr McGregor’s garden, but they cannot resist and soon they find themselves in all sorts of scrapes, caught in a net, trapped by a snarling cat and face to face with Mr McGregor himself!
How will they ever escape? Can Old Mr Bunny come to the rescue in time? And whatever will Mr McGregor make of all those footprints in the flower beds?
Michael Whitmore’s charming adaptation will have you spellbound so why not grab the kids, a blanket and a picnic and join Peter and Benjamin on their hair-raising adventures – a magical afternoon of fun for all the family.
Location: Our outdoor theatre takes place in the open gardens on grass on the East Lawn by the Historic House. Entry is via the big green gates from the car park. The performance will go ahead even if it is raining so please dress for the weather.
Who would like this: Family groups with children aged 3-11 years. 2 years and under free. All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Fans of Beatrix Potter’s stories.
What to bring: Please dress for the weather and wear appropriate shoes. Picnic blankets and chairs are welcomed, no seating is provided. Blankets will be positioned at the front and chairs at the back to allow everyone to see the performance. You are welcome to bring your own picnic, although we do have a café on site where you can purchase food and drinks. Please dress for the weather and bring an umbrella depending on the weather forecast.
How does it work:
Booked online: Please bring your ticket email QR code to show to staff, so they can scan it. You can buy on the day as well if tickets are available.
Accessibility & Facilities: This event is held on grass over a large area next to the historic house. The entrance to the performance is through the double green gate to the right of the Miller & Carter restaurant. Gates open at 1pm, an hour before the performance begins. There is a café and toilets in the Visitor Centre including disabled toilet and baby change. Please follow this link for information on mobility access https://hallplace.org.uk/accessibility/