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Hide and Seek: the story of the gunpowder plot by Theatre Company Blah, Blah, Blah

Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah

1 November 2012 - 1 November 2012

Theatre performance recommended for 7's and over.

 

In the picture gallery of Temple Newsam House, once owned by James I, meet Guy Fawkes and the plotters by the ‘firelight’ as they tell you their secrets and you witness the birth of a plan that would change this country forever.

Leeds based theatre company Blah Blah Blah has been making theatre for children and young people since 1985. As an Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation, they aim to “raise the bar in theatre in education” by pursuing excellence in thier own work, sharing it nationally and internationally. 

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to see history come alive in the beautiful setting of Temple Newsam House!


Price:   Tickets are £5 (£3 for concessions).

Contact details:   Booking is recommended, please contact (0113 336 7460).

Additional information:  

 

Temple Newsam 

Temple Newsam Road
Off Selby Road
Leeds
LS15 0AE

t.   0113 336 7461 (House). 0113 336 7560 (Estate Office)

Details  

A stunning Tudor-Jacobean mansion set within 1,500 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens with a working rare breeds farm. Last admission to the House and Farm is 45 minutes before closing.

Facilities  

Adventure playground
Baby change
Cafe
Conference facilities
Education facilities
Football pitches
Golf course
Meeting rooms
Picnic area
Shop
Toilets
Visitor centre
Walks and trails
Sport and recreation facilities

Access  

Follow the link on the right for more information about access at Temple Newsam.

Public transport  

Finding your way to Temple Newsam. By bus: The number 10 bus runs directly to Temple Newsam House throughout the summer holidays. Please visit First Buses website for more information at http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/leeds or call 0845 6045460. By train: The nearest train station is Cross Gates, located 1.5 miles away. By car: Temple Newsam is just off the M1 (junction 46 from the South and junction 46 from the North). If you are using a route planner, our postcode is LS15 0AE. Please contact Metroline for up-to-date travel information on (0113) 245 7676 or visit www.wymetro.com.

Parking  

There are a number of car parks available at Temple Newsam for visitors, most of which have designated disabled parking bays.

House car park - Close to House and within easy walking distance to the Stable Courtyard and Home Farm, this car park has ample flat parking and is patrolled. Please note that charges apply except for blue badge holders.

Home Farm car park - This large free car park is close to Home Farm, the walled gardens and the grounds.
The Lodge car park - A small car park close to the North Plantation.
Stable Courtyard - very limited disabled parking with preference given to people who have pre-booked electric scooters.
Relief car park - This large free car park is a short uphill walk to the main attractions, but close to a large playing field.
Walled Garden - limited disabled access spaces are available directly outside the Walled Garden.

Coaches are advised to park in the House car park.

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