29 Oct

The Canterville Ghost

The Canterville Ghost at Kiplin Hall

The nights are drawing in and the lights are low in Kiplin Hall, the perfect setting for a performance of Oscar Wilde’s light-hearted and much-loved play, The Canterville Ghost.

 Spooky goings-on and eerie incidents are terrifying the new inhabitants of Canterville Chase, a darkly-panelled, Tudor mansion. Will the ghost of Sir Simon de Canterville drive Mr. Hiram B. Otis and his family away, or can the mischievous spirit finally be laid to rest?

 Be prepared for chills, as well as chuckles, with this original stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic tale, The Canterville Ghost, written specially for children and young families! This one-man show, featuring much audience participation, is guaranteed to raise more than a ghost of a smile!

 The Canterville Ghost, a wonderful play for children (and adults), who will love poor Simon’s increasingly desperate efforts to terrify the family.

The play is to be performed by Don’t Go into the Cellar! at Kiplin Hall on Saturday 29th October.

The performances take place at 4pm and 7pm. Please book in advance on 01748 818178 or email info@kiplinhall.co.uk  Tickets, adult £10.50 and child (under 16) £7.50.

2 Dec

Kiplin's Christmas Carols 2-4 and 9-11 December

 .A Dickens of a Christmas  Holly and Mistletoe at Kiplin Hall

Christmas at Kiplin Hall

The Holly and the Ivy; Away in a Manger; We Three Kings and other well-loved carols represented around the Hall.

Keeping up Kiplin Hall's tradition of decorating the house using fresh greenery, Christmas trees and flowers to adorn the rooms for visitors' delight.

Kiplin Hall in Winter

 Christmas Shopping 

Lots of original gift ideas and handmade crafts at the Christmas Gift Fair in the Maryland Study Centre. A relaxed and pleasant way to shop for original presents. 




Tea Room

Christmas lunches and other festive treats will be served in the award-winning Tea Room. 

 If the weather is fine enjoy a winter stroll in the gardens. 

Musical Highlights - FREE with admission to the Hall

Carole and Malcolm Brown
Singing songs for Christmas in the Library including White Christmas, Mary's Boy Child and When a Child is Born.
Friday 2 and Saturday 10 December at 11.30 - 12 and 2 - 2.30
Northallerton Handbell Ringers
Playing carols in the Library.
Sunday 4 and 11 December, 2 - 3pm in the Library


Opening Times

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 2,3 & 4 and 9, 10 & 11 December, 10am - 4pm 

Admission to the Hall and Gardens: Adult £8.65, Concession £7.80, Child £4.50, Family (2 + 3) £23.60

Please note, HHA cards are not valid for this special Christmas event.

* There is no admission charge for the Christmas Gift Fair in the Maryland Study Centre or the Tea Room, which is located in the Hall.


...are welcome over the two weekends, or you may prefer to visit on Tuesday or Wednesday, 6 or 7 December, when the house is closed to the public. Please ring to discuss your requirements.