Box Office 2021

TICKETS NOW ON SALE!

- We have had to halve the capacity this year, so tickets are expected to sell out fast -


You can buy lawn tickets as usual, plus this year we also have 'tables & chairs' which you can buy as a whole table only. Your safely, and feeling safe, in a gathering of people is of utmost importance to us and so we will be continuing with certain social-distancing measures despite not requiring to do so by law.

Here you can buy car park vouchers and pre-order drinks, hampers and squirrels by clicking the button below. No ticket purchase necessary, so don't worry if you've already bought you're tickets:

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OPERA

ISLE OF OPERA
THURSDAY 19 AUGUST

In anticipation of launching our brand-new opera festival ‘Isle of Opera’ on the island next summer, this gala will showcase some of the best-loved opera arias, transporting you to the world of Verdi, Puccini, Mozart and many more.

Hosted by broadcaster and Scala Radio presenter PENNY SMITH.

CAR PARK OPENS: 17:£30

Gates open: 18:00
Main show: 19:30-21:30
Gates close: 22:00

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MUSICALS

WIGHT AT THE MUSICALS
SATURDAY 21 AUGUST

Be transported to the world of musical theatre; bringing you some of the best-known and popular songs from the West End and Broadway.

 

Starring KERRY ELLIS and OLIVER TOMPSETT, accompanied by CRAIG ADAMS.

 CAR PARK OPENS: 17:£30

GATES OPEN: 18:00

MAIN CONCERT: 19:30-21:30

GATES CLOSE: 23:00

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COMEDY

A WIGHT LAUGH
FRIDAY 20 AUGUST

Our annual comedy night bringing internationally renowned comedians to Cowes for One Night Only! Starring comedy legends to be announced next week.

Plus live music from the island's very own THE ROCKAFELLAS before and after the main show, so gates will stay open late.

Please note: this show is suitable for those aged 16+ due to swearing.

CAR PARK OPENS: 17:£30

Gates open: 18:00
Main show: 19:30-21:30
Gates close: 23:00

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PROMS

LAST WIGHT OF THE PROMS
SUNDAY 22 AUGUST

The weekend will climax in a rousing celebration of British music and flag-waving, including Pomp & Circumstance, Jerusalem and many more.

Starring Britain's Got Talent's LUCY KAY and the WIGHT PROMS CONCERT ORCHESTRA, conducted by the Isle of Wight Symphony Orchestra's JONATHAN BUTCHER.

CAR PARK OPENS: 14:£45

GATES OPEN: 15:15

MAIN CONCERT: 16:15-18:15

GATES CLOSE: 18:45

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Due to the licensing at the venue, you can not bring your own alcohol, as only alcohol purchased on site can be consumed. There will be a bar on site with a range of tipples, as well as non-alcoholic hot and cold drinks for you to purchase. Please note that all monies from drinks sales go directly to Northwood House Charitable Trust to help maintain its grade II* listed Georgian manor house and its gardens. You can also pre-order drinks when you buy tickets.

  • There are no food stalls, however you can pre-order a hamper of IOW goodies or a Cream Tea to collect on arrival, or you can bring your own food.

opening times

  • Our gates will open at the times stated above, at which time you can visit the bar, and there will usually be entertainment on the outdoor stage before, and in some cases after the main shows as listed above.

  • There is an on-site car park (entrance on Ward Avenue) which costs £3 per vehicle and must be paid in cash on the day, or you can pre-order a voucher when buying your tickets.

WHAT'S DIFFERENT THIS YEAR?

Due to the ongoing concern of Covid and its associated restrictions, there are a number of things that are different this year, as follows:

  • There are no VIP tickets this year. However, instead you can book a very limited number of tickets for either a 'table & chairs' or a 'rattan sofa' which are covered by a roof.

  • You can buy a whole 'table & chairs' for 4 or 6 people, most of which are in the open-air, but a limited number are covered overhead.

  • We are not able to run the free children's workshops, but we hope to bring them back next year!

Please note

  • You can read our FAQs here for more information.

  • These are outdoor concerts. Only 'table & chairs' tickets include seating, and other ticket-holders are expected to sit on the lawn or bring their own seating. For those bringing seating, you may be asked to position yourselves in a designated area to avoid blocking the view of those behind you, so we advise bringing a blanket to sit on if you want to be close to the stage. Please don't bring gazebos or tables!

 

Our associated charity

  • When you buy tickets you can donate to our associated local charity Independent Arts who use the arts to improve well-being, quality of life and to reduce social isolation on the Isle of Wight, since 1987 (Charity No. 297474).

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • The shows will take place no matter what the weather, and ticket-holders will only receive a refund if the concert itself is cancelled by the organiser.

  • The published line-up and venue may be subject to change. Your ticket admits to a festival, not a specific artist or location. Tickets are sold subject to the organiser's right to alter or vary the published event programme and venue, which may result in changes to the performance line-up, playing times or any other aspect of the event. The organiser reserves all rights in this regard. Any published start and finish times of a performance at the Event may be subject to change. The organiser shall not be liable for any change to the venue or the programme of a published start or finish time.