12 Jul

Scottish Dancing

Sunday 12 July, 2 - 5pm

Join in with, Northallerton Caledonian Society  for an afternoon of Scottish dancing in the gardens.

Admission: Included in admission to the Gardens and Grounds or Hall, Gardens and Grounds - adult £5.30, concession £4.30, child £2.30, family (2+3) £14.50

28 Jul

Poetry and Song from the First World War

Students from Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Maryland perform Poetry and Song from the First World War World War I

Before the perfromance, visual Arts students - creative writers, vocalists and instrumentalists - will partake in research and discussion forums in order to gain knowledge on England's involvement during World War I as an Allied Power, famous British poets during WWI, such as Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon, Herbert Read, and Wildfred Gibson, as well as Kiplin Hall's involvement during WWI under the owner of Bridget Talbot.

Writers, vocalists and instrumentalists will then create original pieces of writing and music, taking inspiration from the poets they have researched, in order to create new poetry encompassing the hardships, history, and lifestyle during WWI. These will be performed on 28 and 29 July in Kiplin Hall.

Included in admission to the Hall.

Children must be accompanied by an adult

4 Aug

Plein Air Exhibition

This exhibition shows work done by students from Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Maryland.

During their stay at Kiplin Hall, the students will be painting views of the Hall and grounds, which they will exhibit in the Hall's Long Gallery on 4 and 5 August. 

Included in admission to the Hall.

Children must be accompanied by an adult

6 Aug

Diverting Dinosaurs

Diverting Dinosaurs              

Thurs 6 August, 11am-4pm

Large or small, hairy or smooth, meat-eater or veggie – dinosaurs of all varieties capture every child’s imagination.

Dress up for a day of family fun in the Hall and grounds (all indoors if wet).  

£4.30, Adult or Child (under one - free)

Picnic by the Lily Pond

Themed fun and games take place inside and out if it’s dry, or inside the Hall if it’s raining, at the Kiplin Hall family activities day. Lots to do, including story time, mask and puppet making, 

Bring a picnic or enjoy homemade cakes and scones in the Tea Room.

 

 

 

In the woods there is pond-dipping

Pond Dipping in the Lily Pond

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Near the new bog garden join the crew on the Kiplin Play Ship. 

 

 

Fun on the Play Ship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kiplin Hall, near Scorton (off the B6271 Scorton – Northallerton Road).

Drop in any time – no booking required. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

For further information please telephone 01748 818178 

Children must be accompanied by an adult

14 Aug

Treasure Island

Ahoy there landlubbers! Don't ye be missin' this tale of treasure and treachery on the high seas. Join Jim Hawkins as he spins his yarn of plotting pirates and potty parrots. Featuring a cast of just three actors playing all the characters - including the infamous Long John Silver - this unforgettable show from the critically-acclaimed Pantaloons Theatre Company will thrill adventure-seekers of all ages. X marks the spot, me hearties! Arr.

Day:Friday 14 August

Venue:By the lake at Kiplin Hall

2pm (gates open at 12.30 for picnics) 

and

7pm (gates open at 5.30 for picnics)

Adults £12.50, Children £6

Hot and cold drinks, homemade cakes and bakes for sale.

Booking: Advisable, but please check on the day to see if tickets are still available - 01748 818178

Children must be accompanied by an adult

15 Aug

Oliver at the Georgian Theatre

Students from Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Maryland and Richmond's Georgian Youth Theatre perdorm a newly adapted piece based on Charles Dicken's novel, Oliver Twist.

Last year's production, Glass, was brilliant, so, don't miss out on this year's performance.

Tickets £5 per person avaiable from the Georgian Theatre Royal, Victoria Road, Richmond - 01748 825252

Children must be accompanied by an adult