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The Crescent: Sense and Sensibility

Celebrating Jane Austen’s  anniversary year, The Crescent drop by our Gardens for their first outing on their Open Air Tour

Sense and Sensibility,  is a fast paced, cleverly written adaption by Jessica Swale, following the fortunes of rhe Dashwood sisters as, cheated of their inheritance by their selfish brother, they pursue their dreams.

Tickets £10, available in advance , in person at the Gardens  or online  here

The Crescent: Sense and Sensibility

Celebrating Jane Austen’s  anniversary year, The Crescent drop by our Gardens for their first outing on their Open Air Tour

Sense and Sensibility,  is a fast paced, cleverly written adaption by Jessica Swale, following the fortunes of rhe Dashwood sisters as, cheated of their inheritance by their selfish brother, they pursue their dreams.

Tickets £10, available in advance , in person at the Gardens  or online  here

1940s Weekend

Another weekend full of nostalgia, stories, music and vintage fun.

Seriously good entertainment from Kevin Mack, George Formby Experience, Harmony Belle and many others.

Re-enactors from the home front: Peggy Skivvy, Victory Belles WI, Bevan Boys. Reminders of the fighting forces: Pathfinders, Red Caps and many many more.

Vehicles, encampments and vintage sales.

Get your hair done 40s style (KDB Vintage Hairstyling), try on some frocks…

Enjoy cakes, ale (from the hotel bar) and hog roast.

Fun for all the Family.

Buy your tickets on the door.

Please note: The Saturday night dance is ticketed separately. If you wish to attend please buy in advance as we cannot guarantee spare tickets will be available on the day. Please see the 1940s Hop at the Hall page for more details and to purchase tickets.

 

1940s Hop at the Hall

Hurry Hurry, these are the very last tickets for the Hop ….Make sure you have yours

Im afraid there is no waiting list. One or two may become available during the day at the 40s event, but due to space restrictions, we cannot sell any on the door.

After a day in the field, we have a night of nostalgia, with musicians from the Ashby Big Band and our very own crooner king, Kevin Mack.

The Hop takes place in the MaltHouse at Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel, from seven(ish) to eleven(ish). On site Bar and a Fab Forties bar menu.

Come with your glad rags on!

The venue is relatively small, please limit your ticket purchases to 5 to allow everyone to have a chance to come. A small number of tickets will be on sale on the day.
Purchasing Tickets Online
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