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Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre is back for its 10th year
5 July - 25 August 2019
Pack the prosecco and join us in the park for the biggest and best year yet.
This summer you'll even be able to leave the picnic at home as we'll have a bigger bar,
delicious food on offer and even a few surprises.
Summer under the stars awaits
On sale now
"If music be the food of love, play on..."
Unrequited love, mistaken identities, cross-dressing, unforgettable characters and a shipwreck - Shakespeare's most outrageous romantic comedy comes to the park.
Friday 5 July - Saturday 24 August 2019
"We few, we happy few, we band of brothers..."
During his quest to win the French crown, warrior King Henry and his band of brothers triumph at the Battle of Agincourt. Has there ever been a more relevant time to tell a tale of Britain's relationship with Europe?
Friday 26 July - Sunday 25 August 2019
"Borrower's don't steal! Except from Human Beans..."
A brand new version of Mary Norton's heart-lifting tale of the little people who borrow. Arietty, Pod and Homily Clock leave their home beneath the floorboards to explore the world beyond...
Saturday 13 July - Sunday 25 August 2019
The charming open air theatre, widely acclaimed, after only three seasons, as the finest outside London.
Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre is made in Chester and features a full size cast attracting some of the best theatre talent in the country.
This theatre is on a temporary stage on the grassed area near St John's Church in the middle of Grosvenor Park Chester, located just outside the City Walls in the city centre. Bus stops are located outside St John's Church for North Wales. The theatre is about a fifteen minute walk from the train station and a twenty minute walk from the new bus interchange.