On Easter Monday at Renishaw Hall & Gardens, a rather famous set of characters can be spotted dashing between the yew hedges and around the fountains of the gardens, to entertain visitors to Renishaw Hall and help celebrate the Easter Bank Holiday.
Come and join Alice and her Wonderland friends – the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts and the White Rabbit – on Monday 6th April in the beautiful gardens at Renishaw Hall.
Join them for an afternoon filled with fun and madness – don’t be late…!
With the key characters from the novel, plus the Mad Hatter’s tea party, the Queen of Heart’s throne as well as other fantastical sights to see dotted around Renishaw Hall’s gardens, visitors will be able to enjoy the beauty of Renishaw’s grounds interspersed with a touch of entertaining amusement, courtesy of
East Midlands’ entertainment company, Fancy Entertainment.
The group will perform at slots during the afternoon of Easter Monday, with no extra charge for visitors to the gardens at Renishaw Hall.
Renishaw Hall & Gardens opens for the 2015 season on Friday 27th March with the gardens open weekly from Wednesday to Sunday, and Bank Holiday Mondays, until the end of September. Public hall tours are available on Fridays throughout the season and at weekends in August.
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Notes to editors
Renishaw is rightly celebrated for the fabulous Italianate gardens. The formal garden was laid out in 1895 by Sir George Sitwell (1860-1943) in the classical Italianate style.
Renishaw Hall is still very much a family home which adds to its unique atmosphere. During the open season, the hall can be visited on a pre-booked tour or on Fridays. Advance booking strongly recommended.
Renishaw Hall & Gardens is located in north Derbyshire, just 5 minutes’ drive off the M1 at Junction 30 and 20 minutes’ drive from Sheffield city centre.
Renishaw Hall, Renishaw, Derbyshire, S21 3WB