Chelsea Fringe :Oh Bee Hive !



Rude Mechanical Theatre Company

 Sunday 5th July 2015 The Comedy of Babi Babbett

from 530 pm until sundown

Join us for an evening of outdoor theatre with the world famous Rude Mechanical Theatre Company.Bring your own picnic to enjoy in the garden. Tickets available to buy direct from the Rude Mechanicals ( )or from us (

About The Play - set in London in 1789 , "Babi" is probably the Rudes funniest play and is a flat out farce in the manner of Goldoni. This play however goes back to the much more satirical farces of the comedia del'arte and savages over-sexuality,greed and the lack of self knowledge.
"Side splitting hilarity leading to a shocking and explosive ending" The Independent on Sunday

.About The Rude Mechanical Theatre Company-
Their shows - which are inspired by and deeply rooted in the commedia - are aimed at adults but enjoyed by all ages .Their cast is composed of professional physical theatre actors and actor-musicians trained in mime, clown or commedia. Most members of the team are also musicians, and original music live music is integrated with the action.


The Incredible Sax Band

Blackfoot Lodge & Spirit of the West

Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th July AND Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th September


our native american enthusiasts will join us for a camp and exhibition relating to the life of the americans from the north american plains

Giving Nature a Prairie Home - with the RSPB

 Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th July 2015- 1pm until 5pm


“Discover the secret world of nature on your doorstep - spend a day in the beautiful Sussex Countryside”

Join the RSPB and our artists in residence
for a magical weekend enjoying nature at its most spectacular.Activities will include bug sweeping and identification with the RSPB and we will look into the secret world of creatures that live in the ponds and meadows in this stunning countryside setting. We will be showing children how to build bug hotels to take home with them and will be running a nature trail and a delicious lollypop tombola.


 Bank Holiday Monday 31st August 2015 11am until 5pm

Garden Open for National Garden Scheme (Yellow Book)

As well as the delicious homemade cakes and teas and coffees you will be able to buy wonderful plants from the Sussex Prairie plant nursery (all plants grown here in the garden )as well as enjoy the plants brought to you by the fantastic Jennie Maillard of the nursery Usual and Unusual Plants , Chris Burchell Collins will demonstrate his blacksmithing skills and watch Dave Unsted will show his beautiful wood turning work.

 Unusual Plant & Art Fair 6th September 2015 , 11am until 5pm


see our separate events page for full Fair listing

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