Summer Nights at Ferry Meadows: An open-air programme of film, music and theatre

Eastern School of Performing Arts presents 'Happily Ever After - A Night of Disney Classics' at our open-air theatre with stunning lake views. Join us for an evening of unforgettable live music and non-stop entertainment!

Experience the ultimate Happily Ever After evening filled with all the beloved songs from your family favourite classics! Join us for a magical journey through the enchanting worlds of Disney and beyond, where dreams come true and adventures unfold. From timeless tunes like "A Whole New World" and "Let It Go" to heartwarming melodies from beloved animated classics, prepare to be swept away by the magic of these unforgettable songs. This immersive evening promises a night of joy, laughter, and nostalgia for the whole family. So, gather your loved ones, sing along to your favourite tunes, and let us take you on a magical journey to happily ever after!

Decking Seats
General Ticket £12.50

*Carers receive complimentary admission. 

Gates open at 7.15pm. Enjoy themed music and good vibes before the show starts at 8pm. Don't miss your chance to see the remarkable ESPA students showcase their extraordinary talents in a beautiful outdoor setting at Gunwade Lake!

Free parking is included with your ticket. Food and drinks are available to purchase from Lakeside Kitchen & Bar.

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For details of our full Summer Nights line-up please click here.

Eastern School of Performing Arts (ESPA) is a post 16 performing arts school offering full time courses in musical theatre, dance and acting at Level 3 through to Level 5 higher education. Based in the heart of Stamford, they have been running courses for over a decade, giving students top level tuition helping to lay the foundations for them to progress on to training at the top conservatoires and universities across the country. Our alumni have gone on to perform on the stage and screen at the highest levels, in shows such as Phantom of the Opera, Choir of Man, Six and Mamma Mia!