The Pantaloons' Pride and Prejudice – open air theatre at Fairhaven Garden

Jane Austen’s literary classic Pride and Prejudice gets the full Pantaloons treatment in this innovative new adaptation at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, South Walsham on Friday, July 3rd 2015, from 7pm to 9.30pm. 

Tickets are £11 adult, £9 concessions and £6 child in advance, or adult £13, concessions £11 and child £8 on the door (under 5 free) Gates open at 6.30pm,  t. 01603 270449,

“We are known for being somewhat silly,” says Pantaloons writer and director Mark Hayward. “But we stay faithful to what it is that people love about the book in the first place. This production will hopefully give Austen fans what they are looking for in a staging of Pride and Prejudice – the romance, the scandals – while at the same time providing a great introduction to those who are new to the story, and also interweaving the elements that make a show intrinsically Pantaloony.”

The Pantaloons are known for their anarchic retelling of classic works of literature including  Bleak House, Sherlock Holmes and The Canterbury Tales,

Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden NR13 6DZ is nine miles east of Norwich signposted of A47 at B1140 junction.