Pride and Prejudice

@ Middleton Lodge

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08 June 2017

Gates open at 5.00pm, begins at 7.45pm on the lawn of the Main House.

£15pp for adults and £10pp for children aged 5 - 14 years. Children under 5 years - no charge.

Played out against the backdrop of our 18th century Georgian country mansion, step back in time with this Jane Austen classic, which follows Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Kitty and Lydia Bennet – in Georgian England. Their lives are turned upside down when a wealthy young man and his mysterious best friend arrive to the local town.

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Reserve a pre-theatre dinner at The Coach House Restaurant, between 6-7pm. Two courses £15pp, to book please call, 01325 377071

Following the performance, spend the night in our very own Georgian country mansion. Main House bedroooms only, £120.00 BB per room based on two sharing 

For comfort, please bring your own low back chairs and travel rugs. Middleton Lodge will not be suppling seating. In extreme weather conditions, the performance will be rearranged.

*Performance by Illyria, an Equity Outdoor Touring guidelines compliant company.

Venue
Kneeton Ln,
Middleton Tyas,
Richmond
DL10 6NJ

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