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21 / 06 / 2017
Pride and Prejudice in open-air at Wild Place Project

Pride and Prejudice in open-air at Wild Place Project
 
There is a rare chance to enjoy Pride and Prejudice in a special open-air production at Wild Place Project in South Gloucestershire.

This timeless love story is being staged in the beautiful Tower Meadow at the attraction just off Junction17 of the M5 on Tuesday August 8.

Chapterhouse Theatre Company will be turning back the clock to the 19th Century to tell the story of Elizabeth Bennet, Jane Austen's most loveable heroine.

When Elizabeth meets the rude and abrupt Mr Darcy, she loathes him at first sight. But is there more to him than meets the eye?

Brought to life by award winning writer Laura Tuner, this new adaptation commemorates the 200th Anniversary of Jane Austen’s death and promises to be one of the most splendid evenings of the summer.

Please bring your own low-backed seating or rugs. This is an outdoor event which will continue unless the weather is very severe so please dress appropriately.

Discounts are available for Annual Pass holders.

All money raised from this event will be spent supporting Bristol Zoological Society’s charitable objectives.

Please be aware that Wild Place Project operates a no refund policy on all tickets.

Entry is from 5.45pm and the performance starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £14 for adults and £7 for children.