Friday 17 to Friday 31 July 2015Editor's Choice
The Tuckwell Amphitheatre at Cheltenham’s Bacon Theatre will be playing host to the Open-Air Theatre Festival once again in 2015, giving music lovers, drama fans, film buffs and families the perfect opportunity to pack deck chairs and picnics for a host of must-see events.
Celebrating its 12th birthday, organisers say audiences can look forward to celebrating sun drenched days and starlit nights in style, with gripping drama, sublime music, film and family fun lined up between Friday 17 and Friday 31 July 2015.
On behalf of Bacon Theatre, Jess Waterman said: ‘For us, summer is our most treasured time of year because we get to open the gates to the Tuckwell Amphitheatre again for live theatre experiences like no other, including brilliant family entertainment and cinema in the most incredible surroundings.’
Set in an idyllic spot, the Open-Air Theatre Festival will once again be catering to an eclectic range of audiences all hoping for another jam-packed fortnight of alfresco entertainment – with the gates opening an hour-and-a-half before each performance for festival-goers to enjoy picnics, and organisers advising to bring low-backed seating and come prepared for all weathers.
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