A Midsummer Night's Dream

Chapterhouse Theatre Company presents Shakespeare’s best-loved romantic comedy.

Thursday 18th July

Join us in the Walled Garden and let yourself be whisked away on a thrilling journey to the most magical of forests and meet star-crossed lovers, playful fairies, and hilarious travelling players.

Beautifully designed Elizabethan costumes, a wonderful musical score and enchanting woodland creatures come together to make this an evening of unmissable summer garden theatre, and one of Chapterhouse’s most popular shows.

Enjoy an evening with family and friends in the picturesque surroundings of our Walled Garden for the perfect evening of magical theatre in magical surroundings.

Doors open from 6.30pm - The show begins at 7.30pm

Bar, Food and Refreshments will be available inside the Walled Garden

Adult £16 / Child £11 (U16) / Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £46 / Childern under 5 Free

10% discount for parties of 10 or more please call 07955 866 738

Please bring your own rugs or low-backed seating.

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You can also purchase tickets over the phone using a credit or debit card please call 01767 641007. You will also be able to pay at the gate but only if there is space available.

Your PayPal receipt is both your Booking Confirmation and Ticket. Please print off and bring your PayPal receipt with you on the day as this is your entry ticket. Names will also be held at the gate.

Picinics are not permitted within the park grounds.

Only drinks purchased from Moggerhanger Park can be consumed within the Walled Garden.

We are unable to issue a refund on any booking cancelled, for whatever reason, within 14 days of the event date.

01767 641007

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The Stage


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Northern Echo


“up there among the highlights of my family’s summer.”

Stratford Herald


“Hilarious, well cast and a reassuringly English way to spend a fine summer’s evening.” 

Nottingham Post

Karen Fryc