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Join Peter and his naughty cousin Benjamin at The Walled Garden on their hair-raising adventures in Quantum Theatre’s delightful adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s much-loved Tales.
Quantum Theatre are back with an enchanting new adaptation of two of Beatrix Potter’s best-loved Tales, The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny.
Peter and his naughty cousin Benjamin know very well that they are not to go into Mr McGregor’s garden, but they cannot resist and soon they find themselves in all sorts of scrapes, caught in a net, trapped by a snarling cat and face to face with Mr McGregor himself!
How will they ever escape? Can Old Mr Bunny come to the rescue in time? And whatever will Mr McGregor make of all those footprints in the flower beds?
This outdoor performance of Michael Whitmore’s charming adaptation will have you spellbound, so why not grab the kids, a blanket and a picnic and join Peter and Benjamin on their hair-raising adventures in the beautiful surrounds of the Cowdray Walled Garden. A magical afternoon of fun for all the family.
Children 3 – 16: £10, under 3’s free entry
Family of 2 adults and 2 children: £45
To find out more and purchase your tickets please click here.
About Quantum Theatre
Quantum Theatre tours nationally with new adaptations of classic texts and Shakespeare plays and predominantly works a Summer and a Winter Season, but throughout the year they continue their outreach work into Secondary School with faithful adaptations of classic texts and Primary Schools with plays written to support the core subjects of the National Curriculum.
Quantum Theatre has been touring for over thirty years and continues to tour into all manner of venues across the UK, including theatres and arts centres, National Trust and English Heritage venues, National Trust for Scotland venues, castles, parks and gardens, schools and community halls, and other more unusual indoor and outside venues, ensuring that all communities across the UK have access to the company’s work and helping bring theatre to those who may not ordinarily have access to experience a live performance.