Starlit cinema and outdoor theatre performances on the agenda for summer shows at Holkham Hall

PUBLISHED: 14:52 03 May 2018 | UPDATED: 14:52 03 May 2018

Holkham Hall

Holkham Hall

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One of north Norfolk’s most beautiful venues has announced their summer program for this year.

Holkham Hall has already confirmed that international superstar Lionel Richie will be visiting the stately home on June 24.

However, the privately owned venue has announced even more stellar events, including outdoor cinema screenings and theatre productions.

The Luna Cinema will return to Holkham on June 29 and 30 for screenings of Pretty Woman and Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

There will be food and drink available at the screenings, but visitors are also invited to bring a picnic along.

Numbers are limited and all tickets must be booked in advance at

General admission tickets are £14.50. Tickets are not available from Holkham Ticket Office.

Outdoor theatre performances will also take place in the Walled Garden of the estate in July and August.

The summer series will be kicked off by an adaptation of the family favourite, The Railway Children, followed by Treasure Island, The Adventures of Dr Dolittle, Journey to the Centre of the Earth, The Midnight Gang and The Tempest.

Tickets start from £14 for an adult tickets and a children ticket from £10 from the Holkham Box Office.


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