Events





Every day from Sunday 8th June - Sunday 17th August

Every day from Sunday 8th June - Sunday 17th August

Zimbabwean Sculpture at Herstmonceux Castle


Today in Zimbabwe, the stone sculptors are managing to produce some of the most inspiring and thought-provoking sculpture in the world, some of which you will find being displayed by Hilary Manuhwa in the grounds of Herstmonceux Castle.

Hilary will be giving demonstrations and carving new pieces. Group and private viewings are welcome.

For further information please contact the events office on 01323 834479 or conf@bisc.queensu.ac.uk and you will find further details at http://www.cultureinstone.co.uk/

 


Sunday 27th July from 10.30am

Sunday 27th July from 10.30am

Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club Rally

A chance to see a vast and varied range of Rolls Royce vehicles from Phantoms to Ghosts.

Standard Gardens & Grounds admission fee (Adults £6, Under 16's & Students £3, Under 3's Free of Charge, Concessions £4.95, Family of 5 £14 = maximum 2 adults)

Please call 01323 834479 for further information


Sunday 27th July Evening

Sunday 27th July Evening

Cathedral Singers of Ontario Concert

The Cathedral Singers of Ontario was founded in 1999 by Ian Sadler, a former chorister and organ scholar of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London.

The choir, drawn from many parts of Ontario, consists of 40 adult singers and each summer for the past decade they have toured the UK to sing in the Cathedrals of Edinburgh, Exeter, Wells, Canterbury, Winchester, Salisbury, Gloucester, Ely, York Minster, Westminster Abbey and St. Paul’s.

The choir’s concert in the Castle’s magnificent Ballroom will include the glorious music of Bruckner, Dvorak, Schubert, Durufle and Finzi.

Tickets to include a glass of interval wine - £15.00 – Concessions - £12.50

For tickets and enquiries please call 01323 834479


Sunday 17th August (Open air at 4.00pm)

Sunday 17th August (Open air at 4.00pm)

London Contemporary Theatre presents

Treasure Island "A Swashbuckling Musical”

Dress in your finest Pirate fashion and join the young heroes of the London Contemporary Theatre as they find a treasure map and set sail to the Caribbean in search of buried treasure.

Based on the book of young Jim and Long John Silver, this version of the classic novel includes songs, dances and interactive fun, all presented by a cast bursting with energy and enthusiasm.

The performance begins at 4.00pm and lasts two hours with a twenty minute interval (when prizes will be awarded to children, and mums and dads dressed in the best pirate costumes). Why not come early and picnic.

£14.00 Children £9.00 Family ticket £40.00

For tickets and enquiries please call 01323 834479


23rd, 24th, 25th August

23rd, 24th, 25th August

England's Medieval Festival Weekend

Set within 600 acres of carefully managed woodland, Herstmonceux Castle is a magical setting which brings medieval England alive.

Enter our medieval village and be entertained by daily battles with over 1000 knights and soldiers as well as hog roasts, live music and medieval market traders.

Medieval Banquet in the Castle Ballroom with cash bar, on-site camping and B&B accommodation all available to groups and individuals.

Please call 020 8150 6767 or visit www.englandsmedievalfestival.com for tickets and further information

 


Sunday 19th October

Sunday 19th October

What’s On Magazine presents

The Herstmonceux Castle Wedding Fair

Come and meet a magnificent range of local suppliers and visit our wonderful wedding venue. Everything from flowers and food, to dresses and photography. Our Ballroom will contain everything you need to make your wedding as special as you can imagine.

Please call 01424 870363 for further information or to enquire about trade space.