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Pre-Theatre Menus for 2019 25
Mar

By Open Air Theatre

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As the evenings get lighter (and don’t forget the clocks go forward on 31 March) take a look at our new menus for 2019 and complete your Open Air Theatre experience with pre-theatre dining.

There’s an extended menu in Covered Dining – where you can enjoy your main course before the show and dessert at the interval – and there’s more to choose from at The Grill too, including our new chicken burger and vegan ‘pulled pork’.

You can also pre-order a Picnic, Luxury Champagne Hamper or Gin Experience, each created for two people to share, or – for terrific savings – order your wine and champagne ahead of your visit with our Pre-Theatre Drinks Service.

Pre-theatre dining can be added to your booking at any time, but don’t miss out as some options have limited availability – and just make sure you select the same date and performance as your tickets!

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