Burton Constable are looking to liven up the summer by providing outdoor, socially distanced, entertainment for all audiences.
Working with a local events company, a temporary stage will be set-up in the secluded North Garden until the 6th September.
Last Saturday saw The HandleBards open the proceedings with a wonderful adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet to a crowd of over 130 people. Several more acts have been announced including a much-anticipated evening performance of The Wind in the Willows, a weekend of pantomime featuring children’s classics of Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland, as well as a night of live music tributes with Kinda Queen being the headline act.
After a challenging year for many, Burton Constable Hall offers an opportunity to relax and enjoy some quality time with friends and family. It is also a brilliant way to begin supporting the entertainment industry once again.
As a charity, The Burton Constable Foundation, are eager to offer up their facilities further to the public, after a successful reopening of their grounds in mid-June. Since then, they have received the official ‘We’re Good To Go’ kitemark, passed a spot-check from East Riding Council, and are continuing to make ongoing assessments and improvements across the site.
For all further information and tickets, please visit www.burtonconstable.com and navigate to the ‘What’s On?’ events page and ‘Live On The lawn’ news article.