Grimm Tales - Live Show

Family Event
Sat 31st October 2020
Halloween, Burton Constable Hall, Hull, East Yorkshire
£5-55

We’re welcoming back Gary Star Pantomimes, after their spectacular summer shows of Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland, live on our lawn! 

This time it’s less fairy-tale and more fright with a live performance of ‘Grimm Tales’ from our Indoor Riding School.


Prepare to be transfixed by the terrifying journey of Brother Grimm into his own daughter’s imagination, meeting mystical and magical characters along the way. 


Expect specialty, big box illusions and a wonderful spooky narrative as this show is sure to delight Halloween audiences of all ages. Under 18 months come free!


Throughout the day there will also be creepy character walkabouts creating a family friendly frightful atmosphere. There will be photo opportunities but remember to stay socially distanced. 


Details:


Date: Sat 31st

Times: 12pm, 2pm, 4pm & 7pm (show length 1 hour)

Tickets: To attend this event, please book your Grimm Tales tickets in advance. 


The daytime shows include Grounds admission within the ticket price, so you can take advantage of the Pumpkin Trail and Halloween themed food and drink at Stables Kitchen, during your visit. The evening show (7pm) does not include Grounds admission. All kids tickets come with a complimentary goodie bag. 


There may be an opportunity to upgrade to the Hall too, depending on availability. If you wish to book Grimm Tales, Hall & Grounds, please contact us directly by calling 01964 56240. 


Please, arrive in plenty of time to redeem your ticket at the front Ticket Desk and collect your goodie bag(s). Then make your way to the Riding School via the double doors in the main car park. 


We’re asking that you bring your own chairs, to help comply with our Covid-19 guidelines. 


Despite the show being indoors, it’s a big, old open space and will not be heated. Therefore, we suggest bringing plenty of warm clothing and blankets to keep yourselves cosy! 


There will be access to public toilets but we ask that you aim to visit before or after the show, rather than during. The same can be said for stocking up of food and drink from Stable Kitchen. 


Covid-19 Guidelines: As this activity is indoors, we ask that you wear a face covering at all times. Upon arrival, you will be allocated a space, socially distanced from other guests. We can accommodate up to 300 people socially distanced in the Indoor Riding School and it has good ventilation. Sanitiser stations are present on site for you to use before, during and after your visit. The events team will also be conduction temperature checks on arrival. 

 

In the event of a cancellation, you will be entitled to a full refund, minus the booking fee (£1.50). 

 

 


Contact Information:

joelpeart@burtonconstable.com
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