Gunby Hall hosts Wuthering Heights

Gunby Hall near Skegness will host an open air theatre production of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights.
Gunby Hall near Skegness will host an open air theatre production of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights.
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Be transported to the Yorkshire moors on Saturday July 5 when National Trust property Gunby Hall and Gardens near Skegness hosts an open air theatre production of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights.

The Gunby gardens will be the perfect setting for this treasured story of enduring love and passion which has thrilled and entranced for generations. It is brought to life on stage in an adaptation by Lincoln’s Chapterhouse Theatre Company, written by award winning writer Laura Turner. Can Catherine and Heathcliff’s everlasting love bring happiness or will the very forces of nature and the moors tear them apart?

Bring a pre-show picnic to create an enjoyable and memorable experience. This is a wonderful opportunity for friends and family to sit back and enjoy the pleasure of each other’s company whilst indulging in a glass of chilled summer wine and watching a wonderfully traditional evening of entertainment set in one of Lincolnshire’s premier locations.

Gates are open from 6pm and the performance starts at 7pm. The Gunby tea-room will serve refreshments, but visitors are very welcome to bring your own. It will be most comfortable bringing low backed seating or a picnic blanket.

Tickets (£14 per adult, £42 for a family of four) can be bought on the night or in advance from Gunby’s tea-room (open daily 11-4) or online via www.seetickets.com. Call 01754 890102 for more information.