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The Sword in the Stone

“Whosoever pulls this sword from the stone is the rightful King of England”

Wizards, Magic Swords, Knights in Shining Armour, and the Throne of England. There are fights to be fought, Knights to be knighted, and quests to be… quested. See for yourself exactly how Arthur became the most renowned King of England in this madcap, hilarious retelling of the legendary English story of The Sword in the Stone.

Following their phenomenal response from last year’s The Three Musketeers, IKP are back with another unique, tongue-in-cheek adaptation of a classic story. Excellent fun for all ages – with slapstick, physical humour, fast-paced multi-rolling, and a smattering of playful innuendo for the grown-ups, IKP’s The Sword in the Stone is an unmissable Outdoor Theatre treat this Summer.

“Ian Kennedy Productions fully deserve to be inducted into this regional hall of fame, thanks to this innovative reinvention that was very much all for one and fun for all.” – Simon Lewis, Gloucestershire Echo, The Three Musketeers


Brighton Open Air Theatre: Thursday 8th August at 7pm

Nature in Art, Twigworth: Friday 9th August at 8m

Waterperry Gardens, Oxford: Saturday 10th August at 5pm

Museum in the Park, Stroud: Sunday 11th August at 5pm

Thornbury Castle, Bristol: Tuesday 13th August at 7.30pm

Over Barn, Highnam: Wednesday 14th August at 6.30pm

The Fleece Inn, Bretforton: Thursday 15th August at 7pm

Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset: Saturday 17th August at 7pm

Winterbourne Community Centre, Bristol: Sunday 18th August at 2.30pm

Hillside Brewery, Longhope: Tuesday 20th August at 7pm

Cowley Manor, Cheltenham: Wednesday 21st August at 7.30pm

Painswick Rococo Garden: Monday 26th August at 2.30pm

Glenfall House, Charlton Kings: Wednesday 28th August at 8pm

Prestbury Scout Hut, Prestbury: Thursday 29th August at 6.30pm

Beacon Park, Lichfield: Friday 30th August at 6.30pm