Surrey Homes | SH57 | July 2019 | Summer supplement inside


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Castle Concert

With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Band of Her

Majesty’s Royal Marines, and a selection of sensational soloists,

plus a special fly-over with a Spitfire from the Aero Legends

stable, the Leeds Castle Classical Concert is how to do an openair

concert with real class. Visit the castle on Saturday 13 july to

sip on prosecco, feast on a Carluccio’s picnic hamper and enjoy

the show in the grounds of ‘the loveliest castle in the world’.

Ticket prices from £47 /


The ultimate family-friendly festival comes to John Darlings

Farm in Edenbridge from 1-4 August. It’s divided into

three realms: the pirate-filled Skull Ridge, the glittering

Mermaids Lagoon, and the great adventure playground of the

Neverwoods. Artists performing include Craig David, The

Vaccines and Professor Green, plus there will be a real beach,

pirate playground, and circus stage. Weekend tickets: Adults

£158.40, teens (13-17) £58.08, children (3-12) £26.40,

infants (under 3) free

Summer fun for everyone

It’s the great British summertime, so get the whole family outside with these handpicked events

Forest Fantasy

The Sculpture Park is really so much more than its name

suggests. This ten acre woodland wonderland is filled with

incredible sculptures straight out of your wildest childhood

dreams. Inhabitants include a naughty angel, skeletons, a giant

terrantula and a 45-foot wide horseshoe dragon to name just a

few. The whole landscape is a brilliant day out that the whole

family can enjoy, whether you’re exploring scenes straight out of

a children’s book, snapping selfies for Instagram, or wondering

at the fantastic artistry of the sculptures.

Theatre in the Garden

On Sunday 18 August Coolings is hosting a brand-new

musical production of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley featuring

a fully orchestrated musical score, professional actor/singers,

spectacular stage effects, puppetry and flashes of wickedly

dark humour. There will be homemade picnic boxes available

to snack on during the show or you are welcome to bring

your own. The show contains mature themes, but is suitable

for all ages over five. Adults £17.99, Children 15 & under

£5.99, Family ticket £39.99

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