Travel through time and watch legends come to life.
Two thousand years of history, myth and legend rush by in 90 minutes as we join young Arthur on his epic quest. Rebellions, wars, magic, majesty, celebration and heartache are vividly brought to ground-shaking life in a dazzling outdoor-theatre spectacular.
From Boudicca’s battles with the Romans to two world wars, via Vikings, Tudors and the fate of Charles I, Kynren’s a spellbinding, family-friendly experience delivering thrills, shocks, tears, laughs, goosebumps and gasps on a truly cinematic scale.
Every Saturday from 6th August to 10th September 2022.
Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations - Friday 3rd June 2022 - Gates open at 6.30pm ahead of the live show at 9.15pm allowing visitors the opportunity to arrive early to relax with friends, enjoy casual dining or an exclusive 3 course dining experience, while also enjoying live lakeside jazz.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good157
- BigDaves15South Shields, United KingdomTrip Type:CouplesMust see at least once in your life.Wednesday, 13th October 2021Outstanding, absolutely breathtaking experience and was worth every penny. The parking situation is a joke though, stewards let people have a free for all on the way out, leaving some people behind... Read full review
- tykethetTrip Type:FamilyWOW !!!!!!!!Friday, 7th January 2022We went on the Finale Day. The entire day was great, lots to do and see. Food area very good with good choices and reasonable prices. Afternoon show was awesome and the music on the Lake a real... Read full review
- VikkiGeenLancaster, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilyAmazing nightMonday, 18th April 2022Amazing show on the night, but wrap up warm as the stands are open to the elements. We had tickets for the day and night shows. Not a great deal to do during the day apart from eating and drinking... Read full review
|2022 (6 Aug 2022 - 10 Sept 2022)|
* Saturday evenings.
Map & Directions
Kynren is accessed from the A689 just northwest of Bishop Auckland. Travelling From:
The North Follow the A1(M) south and exit at junction 61. Follow the signs for A688 to Bishop Auckland. Eleven Arches and allocated parking will be sign posted from the New Coundon roundabout as you approach Bishop Auckland.
The North (avoiding centre of Bishop Auckland)
Follow A1M to junction 63. Follow A167 south to Neville's Cross Durham. Turn right to the A690 to drive through Brancepeth and reach Willington. Turn left to join Hunwick Lane and through Hunwick village on the B6286. Turn left at the junction after the village and then left at the next roundabout.
The North West From the A69 travel south on the A68 and follow signs for Darlington. At Fir Tree, just past the Duke of York Public House, turn left towards Howden-le-Wear and then follow signs for A689 to Bishop Auckland. Eleven Arches and allocated parking will be signed from the A689 when you reach Bishop Auckland.
The West Leave the M6 at Penrith and travel east on the A66. Exit on to the A67 at Bowes and follow signs for A688 to Bishop Auckland. Eleven Arches and allocated parking will be signed from Bishop Auckland.
The South Follow the A1(M) North, exit at junction 58 and follow signs for A68 to West Auckland. At the roundabout junction with the A688 turn right and follow signs for Bishop Auckland. Eleven Arches and allocated parking will be signed from Bishop Auckland.
There will be strict parking controls in roads adjacent to the show site and in the town centre on show nights, so if you are arriving by car, you must buy a show parking voucher in advance allowing you to use one of our dedicated off-site car parks. Parking must be booked in advance.
See full details of the parking arrangements and locations of the car parks on our website. We also offer on-site parking for the exclusive use of Blue Badge holders.
Public Transport Directions
Please see website for public transport details.