Thursday, July 06, 2017

Burghley House Stamford Lincolnshire Summer 2017 Battle Proms, Film Festival, Fine Food Market,

Burghley House Stamford Lincolnshire Summer 2017 




























Battle Proms

Celebrate 20 years of Britain’s premier classical open-air concert series with music, Spitfire, cannons, cavalry & fireworks!

Pack up the hampers and champers and join the crowd at the annual Battle Proms Concert, returning to the stunning grounds overlooking Burghley House on Saturday 8 July in 2017.
Last year over 7,000 people attended this very special event, now a firmly established favourite in the local calendar. Approaching its 13th year at Burghley, the series itself is celebrating 20 years since the first Battle Proms was staged, and there’s a reason it continues to grow year on year.
Concert-goers will be treated to an extraordinary afternoon and evening of entertainment at this party in the park with a difference.
The full 2 hour orchestral concert from the 60 piece New English Concert Orchestra, led by Douglas Coombes MBE and compered by much-loved BBC presenter Pam Rhodes, will include a host of well-known classical pieces and conclude with a ‘last night of the proms’ sing-along with favourites such as JerusalemLand of Hope and Glory and more.
The musical programme will be augmented by a toe-tapping warm-up act, thrilling Napoleonic cavalry displays, a meticulously choreographed aerial display from a WWII Spitfire, live firing cannons and, of course, spectacular fireworks. The Battle Proms is still believed to be the only opportunity in the world to see their signature piece – Beethoven’s Battle Symphony – performed as he composed it: with 193 live Napoleonic cannon providing a thunderous percussion!
In a very special addition to the Battle Proms 20th anniversary programme The Parachute Regiment and British Army’s official display team perform their spectacular freefall demonstration in the skies above the concert.
Gates open 4.30pm, entertainments from approx. 6.15pm, finish approx. 10.30pm
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For more information on the event visit the Battle Proms website – www.battleproms.com





The Film Festival

five days of fabulous films 26th – 30th July 2017

Gates open for morning sessions at 10.30am and close at 4.30pm. Gates open for the evening session at 5.30pm. Tickets are available online to pre-purchase at the advance ticket rates. Ticket prices will increase during the festival. Daytime tickets will give access to both screenings during the day, and evening tickets will give access to both evening screenings.
Please note; children under 3 years old do not require a ticket.
Want to see lots of films?  Become a Friend of Burghley and gain free access to ALL films.
To book Friends of Burghley tickets please visit your membership portal. You are not able to reserve free tickets from this page.

Wednesday 26th July – Daytime Session

11.00am Zootropolis  (PG)
2.00pm The Jungle Book (2016) (PG)Buy Tickets

Wednesday 26th July – Evening Session

6.30pm Sherlock Holmes (2009) (12A)
8.50pm Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows  (12A)Buy Tickets


Thursday 27th July – Daytime Session

11.30am Finding Dory (U)
2.00pm The Secret Life of Pets (U)Buy Tickets

Thursday 27th July – Evening Session

6.30pm Four Weddings and a Funeral (15)
8.45pm Bridget Jones’s Baby (15)
Please note; as both these screenings are rated 15, child tickets will not be available on this evening.


Friday 28th July – Day Session

11.30am Hotel for Dogs (u)
2.00pm Brother Bear (U)Buy Tickets

Friday 28th July – Evening Session

6.30pm Doctor Strange (12A)
8.45pm Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12A)Buy Tickets


Saturday 29th July – Day Session

11.30am Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG)
2.00pm Moana (PG)Buy Tickets

Saturday 29th July – Evening Session

6.00pm Dreamgirls (PG)
8.30pm La La Land (PG)Buy Tickets


Sunday 30th July – Day Session

11.30am Alice in Wonderland (1951) (U)
1.30pm The BFG (PG)Buy Tickets

Sunday 30th July – Evening Session

6.00pm Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (12A)
8.30pm The Legend of Tarzan (12A)Buy Tickets


Enjoy delicious local BBQ food, salads and refreshing drinks by Absolute Taste throughout the Film Festival. The Orangery Restaurant will be open as usual during the summer screenings.
Don’t fancy carrying your chairs into the performance? Burghley deckchairs are available to hire for just £5 a session, subject to availability.
Got a question we haven’t answered? Take a look at our Film Festival FAQ



Burghley Fine Food Market

Sunday 27th August - Monday 28th August

Food markets with a difference! Come and meet around 30 local suppliers in a celebration of local produce with handmade cheeses, artisan breads, organic vegetables, luxury sweet treats and rare breed meats at one of our 4 seasonal Fine Food Markets.
The Courtyard. Open 10am to 4pm. Free admission.

For details of exhibiting please email kara.lockyer@burghley.co.uk or download  Burghley Fine Food Application 2017







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