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2021 Theatre In The Park – Short Season

Here at Strode Park we cancelled our 2021 season earlier this year, due to uncertainties surrounding COVID 19, but since the Government’s announcement with its roadmap out of lockdown we are pleased to be able to put on a short season this September 2021.

As many of our supporters will be aware we annually hold Theatre in The Park every summer in the grounds of one of our homes – Strode Park House. This event sees people come together to have a great summer packed full of music events every weekend with everything from a Night in Nashville to Hullabaloo.

We have been very grateful that some of our supporters have very kindly donated their ticket price towards our charity. Even though we can hold some shows now, we will not reach the same level of fundraising we usually would, so the support is still very much appreciated and needed, so thank you.

Please be assured that we will be following all relevant government guidelines at the time of the event to ensure it is as safe as possible, therefore some changes may have to be made accordingly but we will keep you updated if these occur. For the time being we also have limited tickets to allow the space to be safe, if government guidelines change we may release more tickets. And you don’t need to worry – a full refund will be given if the events are cancelled.

Our line up for this year includes:

  • Outdoor Cinema – Bohemian Rhapsody – 7 August 2021
  • Outdoor Cinema – Hairspray – 14 August 2021
  • A Night in Nashville (Evening) – 4 September 2021
  • Rubber Biscuit – 11 September 2021
  • Hullabaloo – 17 September 2021

We are incredibly grateful for everyone who has been supporting us during this time, we understand that these have been difficult times for all, so to still be receiving support from our community is amazing and we are incredibly grateful. We are over the moon to be bringing you Theatre in The Park this year, even if on a much smaller scale.

We all deserve a good bit of music and dancing after all!