Events

A Midsummer Night's Dream
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Saturday 13th July 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Join the HandleBards at Stoughton Grange Farm for a hilarious, high-octane production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Four young lovers find themselves lost in a magical forest, where the Fairy King and Queen are fighting for the possession of a changeling boy. A group of amateur actors head to the same forest to rehearse for a play. Humans and fairies collide and hilarity ensues. “Gloriously eccentric and very, very funny” ★★★★ The Stage
Woodland Feasts
Woodland Feasts 
Available dates:
Saturday 8th June | Friday 21st June
Friday 5th July | Saturday 20th July
Saturday 3rd August | Friday 16th August
Discover a unique dining experience at Stoughton Grange and join us for an unforgettable evening in our secluded woodland. Enjoy a candlelit feast among the trees, surrounded by nature, good company and seasonal food. Indulge in a woodland-inspired cocktail and watch as our chefs expertly cook your food over an open log fire.

Upcoming Events

A Midsummer Night's Dream
Saturday 13th July 6:30pm – 8:30pm

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Join the HandleBards at Stoughton Grange Farm for a hilarious, high-octane production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Four young lovers find themselves lost in a magical forest, where the Fairy King and Queen are fighting for the possession of a changeling boy. A group of amateur actors head to the same forest to rehearse for a play. Humans and fairies collide and hilarity ensues.

“Gloriously eccentric and very, very funny” ★★★★ The Stage

This is an outdoor production, so please bring your own chair or blanket to sit on, a picnic to dig into, and dress for the weather!

Woodland Feasts
Available dates:
Saturday 8th June | Friday 21st June
Friday 5th July | Saturday 20th July
Saturday 3rd August | Friday 16th August

Woodland Feasts 

Discover a unique dining experience at Stoughton Grange and join us for an unforgettable evening in our secluded woodland.

Enjoy a candlelit feast among the trees, surrounded by nature, good company and seasonal food.

Indulge in a woodland-inspired cocktail and watch as our chefs expertly cook your food over an open log fire.

Our menu is based on seasonal ingredients, sourced from Leicestershire’s best local farmers and producers alongside our own foraged ingredients from the grange itself to create a unique dining experience.

Don’t forget the wellies as we take you for a tour of the grounds too!
Beginning at 6:30 pm, your dinner experience will start with a leisurely walk and tour through the woodlands. At 7:30 pm, your three-course feast will begin.

Join us at Stoughton Grange for an unforgettable dining experience like no other.

Past Events

24th May – 26th May 2024

Booze and Blues Festival at Stoughton Grange Farm

Rock out with some of the hottest bands around, including The King Brasstards and John Coghlan’s Quo Reimagined! And, that’s not all – stay tuned for more incredible acts that are sure to amaze you! While you’re grooving to the music, indulge in the finest craft beer and real ale that will be served. Want to stay longer? Pitch a tent for the ultimate festival experience! But, if camping is not your thing, no worries! Day tickets are also available. Plus, with 20 Leicestershire real ales, 10 Leicestershire craft beers, a Leicestershire gin bar, on-site farm shop and butchery, and a café and pub, you’ll have everything you need for a fantastic time! 

Important Notice | On-site Walks

The woodland, Dam’s spinney and lakeside walks are currently closed to the public for maintenance and will reopen in Spring. We apologise for any inconvenience but the site has not been effectively managed for the last few decades and we are in the process of making our way through the woodland removing dead, damaged and invasive trees and generally bringing the area back into a safe, manageable situation. Whilst this process is underway, our insurers have correctly deemed the site dangerous and we cannot permit anybody to enter. We hope you understand that this is for the good of the woodland and, subject to proper management, will ensure that the site thrives once more.