Frequently asked Questions
The safety of our audience, artists and team is of the utmost importance to us. We will continue to update our guidelines in line with the latest public health advice.
Waterperry Opera Festival is a partially outdoor festival with many events taking place across the gardens. Those productions are open to elements and fully embrace that magical outdoor theatre atmosphere.
Generally, the show must go on! For this reason we encourage attendees to bring appropriate protection from the elements. To avoid the worst weather we may postpone the start of a performance or shorten an interval to ensure that as much of the performance as possible can go ahead unimpeded by the weather. If the weather is so bad that we cannot ensure the safety of our performers and attendees we may have to cancel the performance.
As it can become cooler towards the end of the evening, we often suggest bringing layered clothing or a blanket for your comfort.
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Quite simply, whatever you like! We have a very relaxed family atmosphere at Waterperry Opera Festival, and all we want is for our festival-goers to enjoy themselves. Dress up if you like, but we don't have any formal dress code. As it can become cooler towards the end of the evening, we recommend that you bring layers.
Getting to Waterperry
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Opening and Arrival Times
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We will have toilets on site, which will be clearly signposted. These toilets are located in the Garden Shop car park a 5 minute walk from the Box Office.
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You will not be allowed to bring chairs or other furniture in any of our performance spaces. For The Marriage of Figaro, you can book your reserved seating for your party. For other productions, seating will be allocated on first come first served on arrival in the performance space.
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Accessing the Gardens
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Latecomers for each of our productions will be admitted as soon as is appropriate, where there is a break in the drama.
All our productions are performed in English apart from Svadba ‘A Wedding’ and The Diary of One Who Disappeared where there will be translations supplied via a QR code accessed on mobile devices via a link provided at the performance.
Ticketing Terms and Conditions
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