An adventure with Maid Marion and the Merry Men.
27th July – 6th August
Following last year’s fabulous production of “The Wind in the Willows”, we are pleased to announce Gobbledigook Theatre are returning to share their adaptation of the great English legend Robin Hood.
The river Wharfe, stepping stones, surrounding woodland and Priory Ruins will provide the backdrop to their adventure with Maid Marion, the Merry Men, the Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John. Join them for a song in their woodland camp and a toast to Robin Hood round the table.
“This lot are the best!" (Northern Echo) – The Wind in the Willows 2016.
Matinee performance starts at 2:00pm and the evening performance starts at 6:30pm. The show lasts approximately 2 hours.
This engaging show has been written to entertain young and old alike.
Visitors are advised to head towards the Stepping Stones – signs and clues will direct the way!!!
Tickets include free admission to Bolton Abbey for the day. Tickets must be shown at the car park kiosk to gain free entry.
The show is a “promenade style” performance therefore, visitors will have to move around. We advise that visitors bring minimum possessions to carry other than a light folding chair or picnic rug.
Visitors are welcome to enjoy a picnic in the grounds prior to the performance. You are welcome to leave your hamper and or bags, at your own risk, in the large “reception” tent.
Refreshments will be available to purchase before the performance and during the interval.
Visitors are advised to dress for the weather as the performance is outside.
Part of the show takes place across the river, on the east bank, on land upstream of the Stepping Stones. Access to this is across the field, there is no path.
Well behaved dogs are welcome on a lead.
Limited toilet facilities are available near the Priory. Further toilets are available in the Village car park.