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Pride and Prejudice Mini Series at Fort Edmonton Park
Sat, 5 November 2016, 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Six whole hours of Colin Firth on the big screen in the historic Capitol Theatre, secluded from modernity in the beautiful grounds of Fort Edmonton Park. Admission is free, but your donations do make this event possible, so they are much appreciated.
There are three ticket options, including two meal plans for making your day out with Darcy truly spectacular.
The Longbourn option includes admission and features hot drinks and baked goods during the afternoon intermission, and a light dinner during the evening break, all for $50 per person.
The Pemberley option also includes admission as well as full afternoon tea, with sandwiches, scones, and other dainties, as well as a hot, buffet dinner featuring braised rabbit and roast pork, among other delights, all for $95 per person.
To register for the free admission only, use the "Admission" option, then you can pay what you like by adding a donation amount. (Our license to show this program does not allow us to charge admission, so we rely on your donations to cover the expenses of the theatre, etc.)
Afternoon tea and dinner will be served during two intermissions in the program. (Note that no outside food is permitted in the Park for this event, and as the Park is closed to the public, there will be no other food services on site besides the theatre concession.)
Due to high demand, those with admission-only tickets must be present to take their seats before the show begins. Late arrival will result in forfeiture.