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Walton Hall and Gardens

Walton Hall and Gardens welcomes you to Warrington’s premier destination for nearly three generations. Set within acres of tranquil and idyllic parkland, Walton Hall is the former home of Lord and Lady Daresbury, often referred to by Lady Daresbury as the ‘Kew Gardens of the North’.

Our Hall, lovingly restored and refurbished, boasts unique antique furniture, Victorian paintings, an oak panelled hall, grand staircase and high-gilded ceilings, making it perfect for weddings, family celebrations, conferences and more.

Why not come and visit Walton Hall and Gardens and see for yourself what makes this place so special!

The Royal Ballet | Romeo and Juliet | 11 June at 7.30pm | pre-screening starts at 7pm

Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers encounter passion and tragedy in Kenneth MacMillan's 20th-century ballet masterpiece. Soak up free culture on your doorstep: watch The Royal Ballet on stage at the Royal Opera House in this free live screening at Walton Hall's BP Big Screen.

 

What do I need to know before I attend?

This event will continue regardless of the weather except in the case of extreme weather conditions affecting the venue.

Deckchair hire is available at the venue, however you’re more than welcome to bring your own folding/camping chairs, rugs and blankets.

We would ask you to refrain from bringing tables and large golf umbrellas to the site (small umbrellas will be permitted onsite). We also ask you to refrain from bringing food and drink into the venue. Catering services will be provided.

Naked flames (including fireworks, BBQs, sparklers), laser pens, banners, flagpoles, parasols, gazebos, tents and dogs (apart from registered assistance dogs) are prohibited.

Admission to the site is by physical ticket only, no other proof of purchase will be accepted and as this is a large scale event we reserve the right to search all persons and all personal property and to prohibit any other items considered to be a potential hazard.

 
Please note, the Royal Opera House always seeks guidance regarding content from the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC). While a 12A rating is the minimum classification level issued for all live screenings in the UK, our content can still be suitable for children of all ages. Click this link for further information regarding the classification of filmed content.
 

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