Explore and enjoy the Castle after hours whilst being entertained in the open air at the Summer Lates opening with Cygnet Committee

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Explore and enjoy the Castle after hours whilst being entertained in the open air at the second of the 2022 Summer Lates openings with Cygnet Committee.

Join everyone in the courtyard of historic Severndroog Castle, the only place you can enjoy a drink surrounded by ancient woodland and have 360° views of London and miles and miles beyond.

Cygnet Committee: Stuart Swann (guitar and lead vocals); Blair Gould (guitar); Harvey Reehal (bass) and Jamie Faith (drums and backing vocals) promise an eclectic programme from the Cure to the Clash, via Bowie, the Stones and more, plenty to get you up dancing and singing.

Food and drinks will be available to buy from Severndroog's partner The Terrace Tearoom from 6.30pm. Their celebrated chef Christopher Hackett will be creating delicious food and cocktails, as well as providing wine and beer all evening. So, arrive early, the music starts at 7.30pm.

Severndroog is a tower built in the 18th century situated in Castle Wood in the Oxleas Woodlands in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Built on Shooters Hill, one of the highest points in the city, the viewing platform boasts some of the most spectacular views in London. This folly was restored in 2013 and preserved by the Severndroog Castle Building Preservation Trust. Described as ‘London’s best kept secret’. ‘Forget the Eye or the Shard, you just have to climb to the top of Severndroog Castle for the best views in London’.

* Early booking is recommended.  If you book a premium ticket, you can experience the sunset view from the rooftopy of Severndroog Castle in addition to the music.

* Suitable for ages 14+

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Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Courtyard, Bar and Music only£9.05 per ticket
Premium Ticket£15.86 per ticket

Premium Ticket includes courtyard access, live music performance and timed ticket access to the open-air viewing platform.

Court Yard Ticket includes courtyard access and live music performance only.

Ticket does not include food or drinks; available for purchase on site.

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Facilities

Catering

  • On-site light refreshments - available for purchase on site

Parking

  • Free Parking - available nearby at The Castle Wood Car Park; it will remain open for the duration of this event

Map & Directions

Road Directions

A 20 minute drive from the M25. Leave at Junction 2 signposted for Central London and Lewisham and join the A2. Take the slip road off the A2 signposted Falconwood. Turn right at the end and follow the road to the next junction, turning right onto Welling Way. At the next junction, turn left on to Shooters Hill. Go up and over Shooters Hill and take the first left after Craigholm. Look for the Brown Signs.

Severndroog Summer Lates 2022 - From The Cure to The Clash via Bowie

Type:Live entertainment

Severndroog Castle, Castle Wood, Shooters Hill, Greenwich, London, SE18 3RT
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