Ralph Court Gardens 2019 Halloween Event.
Once again, Ralph Court Gardens will be transformed into a horrific Hallowe’en venue with hundreds of glowing pumpkins interspersed with smoke, and creatures of the night will fill the gardens to create a memorable visit.
Using a clever mix of sounds and light effects the event held over nine days from October 25th to November 2nd will be a “must see” for the region.
Animated characters have been imported from the USA and special visual effects combine to make this a memorable and unique Hallowe’en experience.
We are very proud to announce that this year, we will be creating a complete light and sound show (never before seen in the region) on the side of our gothic rectory. It promises to be a truly memorable experience.
Below the house lies our graveyard full of our previous visitors all laid to rest! and of course, your visit would not be complete without a meeting the Ralph family in the Haunted Manor.
(The displays will be created to ensure they are suitable for all age groups and our “Haunted Manor” will be accessible for those who like a fright!)
In addition, on Friday 25th October we will be presenting a performance of Don’t Go into the Cellar’s production of The
Canterville Ghost (entry included with event tickets) – be prepared for chills and chuckles with this original stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic tale! Spooky goings-on and eerie incidents are terrifying the new inhabitants of Canterville Chase. Will the ghost of Sir Simon drive them away, or can the mischievous spirit finally, be laid to rest? Specially written for young audiences.
, this charming one-man show, with
its many character changes, skilfully invites the
audience to participate directly in the dramatic
On 1st and 2nd November we will also be hosting a theatre performance of ‘Penny Dreadful’ (entry included with event tickets)
There are chills and chuckles in abundance with this original one-woman show featuring Sweeney Todd's partner in crime, Mrs. Lovett! Be appalled by a plethora of other grotesque characters from the cheap and grisly pages of the Victorian era's penny dreadful papers, in a theatrical comedy suitable for children and the young at heart. Go on - have a close shave with Mrs. Lovett... She'd love to have you for dinner...
Hallowe’en takes centre stage in the restaurant too, where a Hallowe’en themed menu will be offering a wide selection of dishes including “vampire soup” and “fowl and toadstool pie” and of course, our traditional Hallowe’en pumpkin pie.
Tickets are available online www.ralphcourtgardens.co.uk or over the counter in the restaurant.