We perform Mozart's much loved comedy Cosi fan Tutte in the extraordinary setting of Raglan Castle! Bring your friends and family, your picnic and rug and enjoy this one-off evening as we pop-up in one of our most incredible venues yet.
The performance starts at 8pm, but arrive from 7pm with your picnics! Please note that the venue is an open air castle. There will be no chairs provided - bring your own picnic rugs or fold up chairs as desired.
Buy tickets for Friday 18th July at 20.00 here
If, as they say, an Englishman’s home is his castle, then William Herbert’s Raglan is the Welshman’s equivalent. From its great tower, which evokes memories of earlier fortresses like Caernarfon, to the great gatehouse, which ‘wows’ the visitor just as its owner intended, this incredible ruin surrounded by rolling hills is stunning. Built for show rather than with battle in mind, it still held off Oliver Cromwell’s forces for thirteen weeks in one of the last sieges of the Civil War. The castle was eventually taken and was systematically destroyed by parliament. Enough remains to still impress. Raglan was begun in the 1430s, rather late in the day for castle building. Unfashionably late by some 150 years! Despite this, mod cons such as massive mullioned windows brought the design bang up-to-date, bathing rooms in luxurious light. The oriel window, a bay to end all bay windows, is one of Raglan’s defining features.