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Tolethorpe Hall has origins going back 800 years to the early 11th century when the first manor house was built on the site by a Norman family who came over from France after the Norman Conquest of 1066. The setting of the hall overlooking classic English parkland in attractive Rutland countryside has changed little over centuries.

Historic Tolethorpe Hall, the gardens and Rutland Open Air Theatre with a 600-seat, permanently covered, raked auditorium. No performance is ever cancelled because of the rain. The unique permanent high tensile canopy erected in 1993 is made from fabric of the same family of materials as London's Millennium Dome. It is the only theatre structure of its kind in Europe.


Step by step directions to Stamford Shakespeare and Tolethorpe Hall
Stamford Shakespeare and Tolethorpe Hall
Tolethorpe Hall, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 4BH