Outdoor theatre at Walton is back for the summer

Jane Austen style woman strolling countryside Sense & Sensibility at Walton Credit: Getty ImagesThe incredibly popular Heartbreak Productions are back at Walton with three more fabulous outdoor plays this summer.

This year, they'll be bringing us another fantastic David Walliams play, a Jane Austen summer romance and a brand new twist on some Shakespeare classics!

Upcoming performances

Friday 9 June

The first of the productions, MacHamLear, is a farcical piece of new writing from award-winning playwright Michael Davies. You are invited to take part in a unique experiment that will answer the question keeping literary scholars up at night... which play is the best the Bard has to offer? Help to decide by being part of an exciting, new theatre competition Will of the People.


Bad Dad
Friday 16 June and Friday 1 September

Next up, this warm-hearted tale that follows the highs and lows of a father-son relationship, David Walliams Bad Dad is the perfect summer family entertainment. So, pack your picnics and something to sit on, and join Frank and Gilbert as they navigate their way through car chases and convicts in the struggle to escape the clutches of the local crime lord and clear Gilbert’s name.


Sense and Sensibility
Friday 4 August

The social season is upon us! If you’re eager to partake in the ups and downs of Regency romance, don your finery and join Heartbreak Productions for their open-air adaptation of Sense and Sensibility. Jane Austen’s biting social satire about sisters in straitened circumstances is sure to satiate your summer romance requirement.


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