What’s on at Abney Park

What’s on at Abney Park
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What’s on at Abney Park

Pandemonium Performance is presenting a promenade performance of Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland. We are looking for volunteers for the evenings of 13-31 July to help steward the audience and make sure none wander off or get lost! If you’re interested in helping please email info@abneypark.org for details of when we need help and what we’d need you to do.

We rely on our volunteers to help us put on events like this, so if you like seeing drama, music, educational and other events at Abney please do think about donating a little of your time. Thank you!


every Thurs
10am-2pm, with breaks
Meet 9.30am at the Stoke Newington High Street gates for a cup of tea before we start

Join us for our regular community volunteering days to conserve and improve the landscape at Abney Park.
All welcome, but please email volunteering@abneypark.org before coming for the first time.

First Sunday of the month, 2-3.30pm
Free, please donate if you can.

Come for a relaxing and entertaining stroll around one of London’s most intriguing and beautiful sites. Learn about Abney Park’s rich history, about some of the characters laid to rest here and about its fascinating flora and fauna.
Meet at the main gates at Stoke Newington High St 

Last Sat of the month, 2pm

Join the Music Hall Guild of Great Britain & America for a guided walk around Abney Park.
Meet at the main gates at Stoke Newington High St.

An open meeting to discuss a variety of topics including the group’s relationship with the Trust and updates on all the latest events/activities. Do come and join us.
In the classroom, to the right as you come in the main gates on Stoke Newington High Street. 
22 June, starts 7pm

Abney Park is one of the best sites for biodiversity in inner London. A third of the UK’s species of butterflies, as well as hundreds of species of moths, live here. Come and meet some of them on a guided walk with geographer and urban field ecologist Matthew Gandy. The butterflies we can expect to see include the speckled wood and, if we are very lucky, the white-letter hairstreak.
Suitable for all ages.
Saturday 25 June, 10-11am

Meet at the visitor centre at the main gates on Stoke Newington High St

13-31 July, (Weds-Sun performances), 7.30pm

£13/£11 concessions/early bird tickets
After two sell-out summer productions (‘Macbeth’ & ‘Doctor Faustus’) Pandemonium Performance is delighted to return to Abney Park with their version of Lewis Carroll’s well loved masterpiece ‘Alice In Wonderland’.
Join Alice as she journeys down the rabbit hole into a world of strange and uncanny beings. This unique promenade performance will take you deep into Wonderland as Alice meets the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat and other iconic characters.
This production will bring all the surreal fun and dark intrigue of Carroll’s novel to Abney Park and promises to be an unmissable opportunity to see this beloved classic in a beautiful and singular location.
Book here: http://www.wegottickets.com/pandemoniumperformance
Please be aware this production may not be suitable for children under the age of 10.
This is an outdoors promenade performance – dress for the weather, wear appropriate footwear and be prepared to walk on uneven ground and be on your feet for the whole performance.

Join us for Summer Forest School at Abney Park.
Abney Park, with veteran trees and an abundance of wildlife, is a wonderful setting for our Forest School. We will explore the wonders of the forest, build dens, go on nature walks, make natural art and craft, play some fun woodland games, plus a lot more.
For children aged 6-11 years old.
Cost: £40/day or £190/week (Mon-Fri) per child.
25 July-19 August, 10am-3pm, Monday-Friday
To book: email info@inthesticks.org.uk with dates, your phone number and your child’s name.
Each child should come with a packed lunch and wear warm, waterproof clothes and shoes.

0207 275 7557

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