Reading Open Air

Our Open Air production for 2017 is
in the beautiful setting of Caversham Court Gardens

Drawing of a gypsy caravan outside the gates of Caversham Court Gardens
Progress Theatre, in partnership with Tony Roe Solicitors, are this year presenting the The Wind in the Willows in the appropriate riverside setting of Caversham Court Gardens. We have been presenting open air theatre in Reading since 1994 and in 2017, for the first time, we are producing a play that is not by William Shakespeare. For those of you pining for the bard, we will be returning with Much Ado About Nothing in July 2018. If you cannot wait that long, try our groundbreaking production of Hamlet in October 2017.
For more about the play, see  The Wind in the Willows.

For directions, map, what to bring, and more details about times, see the Planning your visit page.

Read: A riverside welcome from our patron, Sir Kenneth Branagh.

Tickets are £18 for adults, £16 for under-16s and other concessions*. Booking charges apply.

*Concessions for over-60s, JSA claimants, students, registered disabled
Accompanied children under 5 are free


Our Partner - Tony Roe Solicitors

Tony Roe logoTony Roe Solicitors are one of the most experienced law firms in the South East specialising in Divorce & Family Law. Heading the firm, Tony Roe has achieved national recognition for his work and sat on the National Committee of Resolution. They cater to a broad range of clients including those with higher net worth matters and to those in the public eye.

They offer a comprehensive range of law services including Divorce, Living Together, Civil Partnerships, Children and International issues. They have also published a number of News articles on Family Law. If you'd like to find out more, please visit their website.