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What's on?

Regular events at Goodnestone Park include the monthly supper club at the Old Dairy Café, Garden tours with Head Gardener, Paul Bagshaw, and various gardening events throughout the year. During the summer there are outdoor theatre productions and the Goodnestone Fork to Fork Food and Drink Festival.
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Collaborations - Art Exhibition with Linden Hall Studios

Saturday 6th August to Saturday 24th September 
Open daily 10 – 4   Admission to exhibition included in garden entrance

Goodnestone Park and the renowned Linden Hall Studios have teamed up for an exciting new project called Collaborations. The exhibition will include a mixture of painting, print and sculptures.

The wall hangings will be shown within the Goodenstone Gallery Space, which is located in one of the Grade II listed stables. The exterior sculptures will be shown within the beautiful Goodnestone grounds.

J Book 1

The Jungle Book

Saturday 20th August 3pm
Dot Productions bring their adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic to the gardens at Goodnestone.

A family show full of fun and entertainment.
Please bring a rug or chairs to sit on.

The link to purchase tickets is here

Pygmalion 3


Saturday 20th August 7pm
A welcome return to Goodnestone for Dot Productions, who, in their 12th year of touring, have chosen a well-loved classic.  Full of wit and wisdom George Bernard Shaw’s most popular play will be performed in the open air – please bring something to sit on.

The link to purchase tickets is here


Goodnestone Festival

Holy Cross Church, Goodnestone

Thursday 25th 7.30pm  Ringlemere Ensemble
Friday 26th 7.30pm Benedict Preece (organ)
Saturday 27th 7.30pm Caritas Chamber Choir
Monday 29th 5.30pm Helen Crayford (piano)


Fork to Fork Food & Drink Festival

Sunday 28th August 2022
A Food & Drink Festival at Goodnestone Park with a fantastic line up of local food and drink producers, fun and interactive work shops held in the walled garden and live music in the evening. The event is being held in conjunction with Other Art Network who will running an exhibition in Goodnestone Gallery and within the gardens. This event is definitely one for the calendar!

Please see our latest blog with an update on Fork to Fork


National Garden Scheme

Sunday 11th September
This Sunday visitors to the garden will be contributing to the National Garden Scheme.
The NGS has donated over £63 million to nursing and health charities, including Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie, Hospice UK and The Queen’s Nursing Institute.
Mary Berry is President of the National Garden Scheme and George Plumptre, brother of Lord FitzWalter, is its Chief Executive.