Carnival Capers at Seaton Delaval Hall
@ Seaton Delaval HallBook Now
28 July 2018
11am – 7pm
Free with General Admission
2018 sees Seaton Delaval Hall celebrating 300 years of dramatic history. It is the tricentenary of the commissioning of this Grade 1 listed building, designed by renowned architect Sir John Vanbrugh. Once home to the Delaval family, the most notorious of all Georgian partygoers and pranksters, an invitation to Seaton Delaval Hall quickly became one of the hottest tickets in town.
Walk the Plank will create a whole day event for all the family, (why don’t you come in costume and party like the Delavals?). Enjoy a big party atmosphere full of fun and frolics, magic and mischief, spectacle and sorcery, trickery and theatre at the Hall. Carnival Capers brings history alive with music, performances, and parades taking place at timed moments throughout the day across the grounds.
Part of Great Northumberland 2018.
Seaton Delaval Hall
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