The Chapterhouse Theatre Company brings another open-air theatre production the area on Saturday, June 21.
For the first time, the company will be presenting Emily Bronte’s classic love story, Wuthering Heights, at National Trust property Claydon House.
The tale of enduring love and passion which has thrilled generations and is brought alive on stage in an adaptation by award-winning writer Laura Turner.
The production will take place against the backdrop of Claydon House with views over the parkland .
Claydon House is an 18th century mansion nestled in the Bucks countryside at Middle Claydon. Its serene appearance hides extravagant rococo interiors and intriguing tales of buccaneers and Florence Nightingale.
Wuthering Heights starts at 7.30pm, gates open at 6.30pm. Tickets £14 adults, £10 children, family ticket £42. Available in advance at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/claydon or on 0844 249 1895, or on the night.
A season of outdoor theatre productions is also scheduled at Waddesdon Manor, near Aylesbury, beginning with Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet on Sunday, July 6, followed by Sense And Sensibility on Friday, August 1,
Call 01296 653226.