Summer drama on track at Gunby Hall
E Nesbitt’s classic story tells how the lives of three children are changed forever by the mysterious disappearance of their father.
Finding a new home in a beautiful, but isolated village, the children make new friends and discover the wonders of the Yorkshire hills and the railway lines scattered throughout them.
The performance takes place on Sunday, August 21, at 5pm.
Gates open at 4pm; take along rugs or low-backed seating and picnics are welcome.
Tickets cost £14 for adults and £10 for children, with family tickets, two and two, available at £42.
Information and tickets from Gunby Hall and Gardens on 01754 890102 or See Tickets on 0871 2200260 or www.seetickets.com