Chiswick House and Gardens

Burlington Lane, London, W4 2RP

Wednesday 3rd July 7pm (gates open 6pm)

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Box office: 0333 666 3366

Enquiries: 0208 852 5761 or

Adult £18 | Child £10 booking fees apply

Venue information
Chiswick House is an 18th century villa set in classically landscaped gardens in West London. One of the earliest and finest examples of neoclassical architecture in the UK, the house was designed from 1727-29 by Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington and 4th Earl of Cork, and his associate the painter, gardener and architect, William Kent. Both the house and its gardens are Grade 1 listed and the villa itself is a scheduled ancient monument.

What to bring
Please bring your own low-backed seating. Picnics, sun hats, sun cream, sunglasses, raincoats and rain hats should all be considered!

This venue is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility. Please contact the venue directly for further information. For information about carer’s tickets please click here

Getting here
There is a small public car park situated just off the westbound A4 and clearly marked by a brown tourist board entrance sign. The car park is a 5-10 minute walk from the House along uneven gravel paths.

The nearest train station is Chiswick; the station is a 13 minute walk to the Burlington Lane Gate.

The nearest tube station is Turnham Green on the District Line, if you’re travelling from central London, make sure the destination of the tube is either Ealing Broadway or Richmond. Chiswick House is a 20 minute walk from Turnham Green. You can get the E3 bus from there to Stop L, Chiswick House.

There are currently three local bus routes which stop near to Chiswick House:

  • 190 Hammersmith–Richmond
  • E3 Greenford–Chiswick
  • 533 Chiswick–Mortlake Cemetery (running every 17 minutes during morning and evening periods).

Our performances continue in all but the very worst weather! Please visit our WEATHER PAGE for more details.

Relaxed performances
We believe that all of our performances can be considered as relaxed. The lights don’t go down (until the sun sets!), the performances take place in the open air where there is plenty of space for audience members and all are welcome. We believe that theatre should be as accessible as possible and will be happy to talk to you about how we can make it accessible for you. If you have specific questions regarding your attendance at one of our performances please do not hesitate to get in contact with us so that we can help to welcome you. Contact details are here.

Other information
The performance will be approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes long including an interval.

Only assistance dogs are permitted at this performance.