Ayres & Graces present ‘Freedom to Travel’
Enjoy an enchanted late afternoon of music and afternoon tea in the beautiful setting of courtyard.
In ‘Free to Travel’, Ayres and Graces will be singing and playing songs from a number of European countries! There will also be music by two English composers who loved to travel abroad, Campion who studied Medicine in France and Dowland who travelled extensively in pursuit of deepening his musical education.
We hope the range of music reflects the relief at having freedom to travel (a little) more widely again, and will lighten a summers afternoon.
Afternoon tea will be served with a selection of sandwiches, cakes & a scone. You can choose to upgrade your tea to Prosecco for a small charge on the day.
The barn bar will be open.
Ticket price is £50 per table with a maximum of 5 people to a table.
Click HERE to book a table
Passion, Poison & Politics – Talk, Tour & Afternoon Tea
Saturday 3rd July, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us in the idyllic setting of our gardens for an intriguing talk on Shakespeare’s relationship to Botany, a tour around our Gardens to discover the plants mentioned followed by an afternoon Tea with a Lute accompaniment.
Sunday 4th July, 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Nick Gravestock will be playing a combination of a replica 1583 lute and a renaissance guitar dressed in authentic reproduction costume of the late Elizabethan period, in the Great Chamber at the 1620s House & Garden.
Ayres and Graces’ Lute Concert & Afternoon Tea
Saturday 10th July, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Enjoy an enchanted late afternoon of music and afternoon tea in the beautiful setting of courtyard with Ayres & Graces, ‘Freedom to Travel’
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