Set within the 3,000-acre Deer Park, Woburn Abbey has been home to the Earls and Dukes of Bedford for almost 400 years. The Woburn Estate is also home to The Woburn Hotel, the 4-star gateway to the Estate, Woburn Golf Club with its three championship courses, award-winning Woburn Safari Park and The Sculpture Gallery, formerly an orangery built for the fifth Duke of Bedford, which is now available for exclusive use for corporate events, gala dinners, product launches and weddings.
With such a wide variety of venues across The Woburn Estate and less than an hour from London, Oxford, Cambridge and Birmingham, it’s the perfect choice for meetings, team-building activities and other corporate events.
The Sculpture Gallery in the grounds of Woburn Abbey will play host to A Touch of West End on Sunday, 13 December this year, bringing the magic of the West End to Woburn and an evening of glittering entertainment. Woburn is delighted to be able to offer one lucky PA Life reader two tickets to this exclusive evening with overnight accommodation at The Woburn Hotel, during which they will hear songs from some of the world’s most successful musicals and enjoy a drinks and canapés reception followed by a four-course gourmet dinner, created especially for the evening by Executive Chef Olivier Bertho.
Previous performances have included songs from Miss Saigon, Phantom of the Opera and Les Misérables, currently the longest-running musical in West End history.
For further information about this and other events taking place across The Woburn Estate, please visit thewoburnhotel.co.uk.
To book tickets for A Touch of West End at £90 per person, please telephone the sales team on 01525 292172, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Overnight stay packages at The Woburn Hotel for A Touch of West End are also available, based on two people sharing a room, for £125.
How to enter
For your chance to win two tickets to A Touch of West End at Woburn’s Sculpture Gallery and overnight accommodation at The Woburn Hotel, simply answer the following question:
What is the longest running musical in West End history?
Send your answer, with your name, company and contact details to email@example.com by Friday, 13 November, with “Woburn Estate” in the subject line. Terms and conditions apply.