Poltimore House, Exeter
Poltimore House, Poltimore, Exeter, Devon EX4 0AU
Originally a Tudor mansion built in the 1550s by the Bampfylde family, in the 20th Century Poltimore House became a girls’ school, a boys’ school and a hospital before slipping into neglect and decay in the 1970s. Since 2000 the Poltimore Trust have been working on the restoration of the house. Despite the damaged condition of the property, elements of its great Tudor architecture can still be seen today, including the three-gabled north front, the Tudor staircase tower in the corner of the central courtyard and fragments of Tudor fireplaces.
Our performance of Maria Stuarda will be taking place in the Chapel.
BAND A, £25
Unreserved seat in BAND A
BAND B, £20
Unreserved seat in BAND B
U26s/Students get access to BAND A tickets for just £10 with promotion code UNDER26
Concession ticket holders must be able to present valid ID to the box office.
Book more than 10 tickets and receive 10% off.
ACCESS AND FACILITIES
There is wheelchair access to Poltimore House and the café. Access to the grounds is weather-dependent and please be aware of uneven surfaces and gravel pathways. There is an adapted toilet to the rear of the café with wheelchair access.
There is one wheelchair space available for booking, please contact 0203 176 7823.
Allocated Blue Badge parking is available towards the front of the house.
Sat. 4 May 2019
The performance starts at 6.00pm
with a long picnic interval
Act I 65 minutes
Interval 45 minutes
Act II 45 minutes
Poltimore House is just off the B3181 north of Exeter, signposted Pinhoe and Broadclyst
J29 is the nearest exit from the M5.
Free parking is available on site