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Seaton Delaval Hall – Venue information

Due to the location and historic nature of this fantastic venue we ask that before booking tickets for this event, please see the information below –

Seaton Delaval Hall is a Grade 1 Listed building and we are keen to ensure that we follow all guidance as provided by the National Trust.

 The screening of The Favourite will take place in the Saloon (south / gardens side of the main Hall) and is accessed via 17 steps. There will be refreshments available to buy. Due to its rural location, patrons are advised to bring a torch - (the walk from and to the entrance/car park to the Saloon will be dark). Stewards will be on hand to help with directions. 

Please let us know in advance if you need wheelchair access or have limited mobility. 

It can get cold, so please wrap up well. 

We'd like to Thank everyone at Seaton Delaval Hall for hosting this event.



at Seaton Delaval Hall

Director: Yorgos Lanthimos Cast: Olivia Colman, 

Nicholas Hoult, Emma Stone

In the early 18th century, England is at war with France; nevertheless, duck-racing and pineapple-eating are thriving. A frail Queen Anne occupies the throne and her close friend Lady Sarah governs the country in her stead while tending to Anne's ill health and mercurial temper. Mud-covered former aristocrat Abigail Hill arrives at the palace with nothing, to beg for a job. However, with an ailing Queen Anne mostly tending to her furry herd of rabbits and the petulant monarch's faithful confidante, Sarah Churchill, subtly running the country, it won't be long before the castle's newest scullery maid spots a golden opportunity to restore her status. What will it take to become Queen Anne's favourite?

When: Saturday 23rd September

Doors open 7.30pm

Film starts 8.00pm  

Where: Seaton Delaval Hall

The Avenue, Seaton Sluice, 

Whitley Bay NE26 4QR

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Seaton Delaval Hall is one of the most important historic houses and designed landscapes in Britain. This Grade 1 listed building was designed by renowned 18th century playwright and architect Sir John Vanburgh, who also designed Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard. 

Seaton Delaval Hall was the theatrical backdrop for one of the most notorious of all Georgian families. The Delaval family were famous for their love of acting, hostingbig parties and playing wild tricks. Seaton Delaval Hall has just completed a four-year £7.4m regeneration project, which captures the theatrical and flamboyant essence of the notorious’gay Delavals’.                  

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