Our outdoor theatre shows are a wonderful way to spend a sunny evening. Bring a blanket or camping chair, pack a picnic and experience watching an outdoor theatre adaptation of your favourite plays in a magical setting.
From classics such as Shakespeare to modern tales from contemporary authors such as David Walliams, we have a full range of outdoor theatre shows to choose from.
We screen a wide variety of films outside in Coombe Abbey Park, from family friendly afternoon screenings to evening shows. Enjoy our range of on-site snacks and drinks or pack your own picnic and rug.
Choose from our range of drinks from our on-site bar as well as a range of snacks. Please note, due to licencing regulations, you are not permitted to bring your own alcohol to the event, but you can purchase alcohol from our on-site event bar.
A splendid evening out for all the family with popular productions such as Gangsta Granny and Mr Stink being performed at Coombe Abbey Hotel.
This glitzy tale of love, decadence and idealism will keep you gripped from start to finish as you’re transported back in time to 1922. Please bring your own seating and wear weather appropriate outdoor gear.
Join us for a family-friendly daytime show of one of David Walliam’s classic children’s tales. Please bring your own seating such as picnic rugs, beanbags, low-backed camping chairs or deckchairs.
Join us for an experience to remember, with our George Michael and Wham tribute night. From club Tropicana to Faith, sing along with all of these greatest hits, covered in this entertaining evening.
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Plays performed outside can be traced as far back as the 14th century and by the late 16th and 17th centuries, especially due to the popularity of the Globe outdoor theatre in London and its most famous resident playwright William Shakespeare, outdoor plays were all the rage. At Coombe Abbey Hotel, with our rich history and connections to the Elizabethan era of Shakespeare, we’re proud to support the tradition of outdoor theatre and bring a whole range of outdoor theatre shows to our visitors.Book event