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“Cheshire is famous for its black and white timbered halls;
Gawsworth is one of the best.” BBC History magazine

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“The house is the star, a superb example of Cheshire black-and-white
architecture.” Sir Simon Jenkins, The Times

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“The Richardses live in one of the finest Tudor houses in Cheshire.”
Jeanette Winterson, author and columnist

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“Come and support this amazing house and theatre.”
John Bishop, comedian and TV presenter

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“All very posh! I rather enjoyed myself.”
KT Tunstall, singer songwriter

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"If Bricks and mortar could, then this building does seem to
smile benevolently.” Eileen Dunwoodie, The Lady

Latest Hall News

      Our 2016 season

The Hall and grounds are currently closed for winter but will open again for Easter. At this time also, 2016 theatre tickets will go on sale. Performances will take place in June, July and August. Please follow us on Facebook for updates on confirmed acts.

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The Hall, Our Home

A lived in historic house, Gawsworth Hall is owned, run and much loved by the Richards family.
Built in 1480, here lived Mary Fitton, Dark Lady of Shakespeare’s sonnets and maid of honour to Queen Elizabeth I.

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Theatre Season

Welcome to one of Britain’s most picturesque theatres, with performances taking place in the Hall’s pretty, Tudor courtyard and rose garden. Established in 1969, there is a fully covered, all-seater auditorium for the audience.

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Jimmy Carr

One of our headliners for summer 2016 will be Jimmy Carr. His performance will take place on Tuesday 2 August at 8.30pm. Tickets are £27.50 and available now from Ticketmaster.co.uk. Our box office will be selling from Easter.

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Tickets & Times 2016

Sundays: 1 May to 18 Sep, 2pm-5pm
Daily: 27 June to 28 August, 2pm-5pm
Adult: £7.50
Child (under 16): £3.50
Coach Parties (20+): £6.00