Despite living just a couple of miles down the road, I've never been inside the actual hall because it's a private house and not covered by the National Trust (I'm too mean to pay extar). However I go to their open air theatre performances every summer. They generally have one in June (around midsummer) and one in late July - typically one Shakespeare play and one other. This summer we had a spectacular performance of the Canterbury Tales.
They also do Jazz concerts in the gardens.
A programme of craft and antique fairs is arranged each year, usually held in the stable block which is a lovely area to visit.
The gardens are well worth a visit and they claim to have the oldest rock garden in the world - watch out for the little gnomes hidden amongst the rocks.
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