For one night only see our exhibitions Shakespeare in Art and Boydell’s Vision in the evening. Experts from The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust will be on hand to introduce you to the plays featured in the exhibitions.
Try our new labyrinth in the Park and make your own finger labyrinth to take home.
5.30pm – 6pm
Come and find out what people thought about emotion in Shakespeare’s times, and explore how his plays contributed to – as well as challenged – such beliefs. With Dr. Erin Sullivan, Lecturer and Fellow at the Shakespeare Institute, University
6pm – 8pm
Watch a screening of the 1968 film A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Peter Hall and starring Helen Mirren, David Warner, Diana Rigg and
Judi Dench which was filmed entirely at Compton Verney.
Places limited. Sign up on arrival.
Enjoy an early evening drink and a bite to eat with friends and family. Our Cafe will be serving a variety of hot and cold drinks, snacks and a special hot dish.
Tickets: Adults £10, Concessions and 16 – 24 years olds £8, Gold Members £6 and under-16s free.
To book please call 01926 645 500
Sat 28 October, 5.00pm – 8.30pm