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Carew Castle Events

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High Tea

High Tea & Castle Tour

Saturday 17 June and
Saturday 16 September
4.30pm – 7pm

Come and experience a truly unique evening of high tea and exploration at this historic Welsh castle! Enjoy freshly prepared sandwiches and home-made cakes, served with tea or coffee in the Castle's Walled Garden. After tea, take an exclusive tour of the Castle and learn about its fascinating past as tales of its colourful history are told.
Tickets non-refundable.
Please add any dietary requirements to the Comments/Special instructions box when you check out.


Evening Castle Tour

Thursday 27 July at 8pm
Thursday 17 August 7.15pm
Thursday 31 August 6.45pm

Enjoy a guided tour of the Castle after it has closed for the day. Discover its evolution from Celtic fort to Medieval fortress, Tudor stronghold and finally Elizabethan mansion, and how its history has been shaped by infamous and colourful residents.
Tickets non-refundable.

Ghost Walk

Ghost Walk

Thursday 20 July at 8pm
Thursday 10 August at 7.30pm
Thursday 24 August at 7pm

Learn about the darker side of Castle life as you join a guided ghost walk. Our knowledgeable guide will regale you with stories of the ghosts, hauntings and happenings experienced at the Castle.
Tickets non-refundable.


Family-friendly Halloween Ghost Tour

Monday 30 October
Tuesday 31 October

4pm – 5pm

Join a family-friendly spooky tour of the Castle. Keep your eyes peeled as you listen to stories of ghostly sightings; you never know what you might see…
Ages 5 +, tickets non-refundable, tour does not include daytime admission to the Castle.

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Open Air Theatre Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood

Monday 31 July – Friday 4 August
Doors open 5.45pm
Show starts 6.30pm

Red Herring Theatre returns to Carew Castle with a show packed with thrills, laughter, sword fights, and immortal characters like Little John, Friar Tuck, and Maid Marian. Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood tells the enduring story of a hero of the people who takes on the ruthless powers that be. This fast-paced family favourite is perfect for a summer evening. So bring your picnic and be ready to duck a quarterstaff or two - you won't want to miss a moment of the swashbuckling fun!
Recommended age 5+.
Tickets are non-refundable.

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Open Air Theatre: The Wizard of Oz

Monday 7 August
Doors open 4.45pm
Show starts 5.30pm

You are invited to click your heels and head on down the yellow brick road as Immersion Theatre proudly presents a brand new adaptation of The Wizard of Oz, a magical family show guaranteed to have you in stitches from beginning to end! Join Dorothy on her quest to the Emerald City as she and her loyal friends: the brainless but cheeky scarecrow, the cowardly lion, and the heartless (literally!) tin man, navigate through a magical land in search of the mighty and mysterious, Wizard of Oz. The Wicked Witch of the West is determined to stop them by any means necessary, will the spirit of friendship triumph over evil? With lashings of audience participation, dazzling costumes, an original script, and plenty of laughter, this faithful re-telling promises to have you shouting, clapping and singing along to a host of brand-new songs as Immersion Theatre presents a fantastic treat for all the family. Recommended age 4+.
Tickets non-refundable.

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Open Air Theatre: Bad Dad

Tuesday 22 August
Doors open 4.45pm
Show starts 5.30pm

Written by one of the UK’s most popular children’s authors- David Walliams, “Bad Dad” follows Frank and his father Gilbert as they struggle to escape the clutches of the local crime lord and clear Gilbert’s name. Frank’s dad, Gilbert, wasn’t always considered a criminal. In fact, to Frank and the locals he was no other than the legendary ‘king of the track’, Gilbert the Great. That is, until a tragic accident puts a stop to his track-racing days. Feeling like he has gone ‘from hero to zero’, Frank’s father becomes tempted by the dark allure of life as a get-away driver. This warm-hearted tale follows the highs and lows of a father and son relationship as they navigate their way through a world of crime, car chases and convicts! Recommended age 7+.
Tickets non-refundable.