The National Trust Theatre
Behind every beautiful view, lies a tangle of questions and issues concerning the future of our countryside.
The future of our country is a hot topic. So we’re inviting a range of experts to give discuss it. In the National Trust Theatre, a full schedule of debates, talks and interviews will be led by farmers, environmentalists, commentators and outdoor enthusiasts.
On Thursday, we look at hot political topics surrounding our countryside including the future of farming and plastics.
On Friday we talk food and farming with household names including JB Gill. On Saturday, we focus on engaging kids and protecting nature with experts like Ray Mears. And, on Sunday, we debate conservation and wildlife with Baroness Young, Miranda Krestovnikoff and others.
Find out more here.
If you have successfully booked a ticket for one of the National Trust Theatre sessions, please make sure you take your seat in the National Trust Theatre at least 10 minutes before the start of the session.
If the session you wanted to go to is already fully booked, you are welcome to come and queue outside the National Trust Theatre in case people who have reserved seats don’t turn up. If we get ‘no shows’ you’ll be able to gain entry to the National Trust Theatre on a first come, first served basis. Note – this will only happen in the last few minutes before the event is due to start. Content is correct at time of publication and subject to change.