Haden Hill House
Halesowen Road, Cradley Heath, B64 7JU
Saturday 20th August 7pm (gates open 6pm)
Adult £17 | Child £10
Haden Hill Park is situated at Haden Hill, between Halesowen and Old Hill in the West Midlands, on the Southern edge of the Black Country. Within the ground are the sixteenth and seventeen century Haden Hall (also known as Haden Hill Old Hall), the Victorian Haden Hill House and the Corngreaves Nature reserve. The estate, of which the Park was a central part, was built up by the Haden family over many hundreds of years, before passing to the Barrs family by marriage in 1876. In 1877 it passed to George Alfred Haden Haden-Best (1839-1921) who built Haden Hill House and developed the parkland which forms the core of the Park today.
What to bring
Please bring your own low-backed seating. Picnics, sun hats, sun cream, sunglasses, raincoats and rain hats should all be considered!
This venue is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Parking is very accessible at this venue.
Our performances continue in all but the very worst weather! On very rare occasions, it will not be possible for us to complete the performance, but we will never cancel a performance before the advertised start time.
Should the performance start and then be called off by the weather, no refund can be issued however if the weather is so bad that the performance cannot even begin, a full refund will be issued.
We will be adhering to the most up to date government guidelines relating to outdoor theatre. Our tour is ‘See It Safely’ compliant, please click here for more information. More information regarding our Covid safety planning can be found here. We want to make your continued attendance at live theatre as safe as possible and as enjoyable as possible for everyone.
We believe that all of our performances can be considered as relaxed. The lights don’t go down (until the sun sets!), the performances take place in the open air where there is plenty of space for audience members and all are welcome. We believe that theatre should be as accessible as possible and will be happy to talk to you about how we can make it accessible for you. If you have specific questions regarding your attendance at one of our performances please do not hesitate to get in contact with us so that we can help to welcome you. Contact details are here.
Only guide dogs/working dogs are permitted.