Killrudddery House and Gardens has launched its Late Summer Event Programme, where visitors can expect lots of family fun, including an outdoor theatre.
The Wicklow visitor attraction, which is located just beyond Bray, will host a variety of cultural and theatrical events including family friendly spectacles, theatre performances and workshops, concluding with an end of summer show from Killruddery Artist in Residence, Aduantas Aerial.
Towards the end of the summer season, Off The Ground Theatre will present Shakespeare’s most poetic and colourful play, Love’s Labour’s Lost, on the 18th August. A comedy about love in all its forms taking place in Killruddery’s Sylvan Theatre, this is bound to be an evening of great enjoyment, with refreshments available in Killruddery’s Tea Room before the performance.
For families wishing to end the summer holidays on a high, look no further than the End of Summer Garden Party, taking place on the 28th August, where children can bring their poorly dolls and teddy bears to the Teddy Bear’s hospital and enjoy garden games and treats while they are brought back to full health. A magical day out, all in aid of Barretstown, bring a picnic or share a sweet treat from the Tea Room while enjoying a magical day in this heritage space.
An exciting summer programme awaits at Killruddery over the coming months. For more information on Killruddery’s Late Summer Event Programme or ongoing Botanical Workshop Series, or to purchase tickets, visit www.killruddery.com/programme.