5 Events at Brodie Castle

  • Ratburger

    Dates:Sun 26 Jun Location:Brodie Castle

    Heartbreak Productions returns this summer with the theatrical premiere of “Ratburger”, adapted for the outdoor stage. Join us for this modern thriller that blends dark reality and irreverent comedy for today’s children.

    Details

    This event has now sold out.

    Poor Zoe; her hamster has died and her lazy stepmother, Sheila, doesn’t care. In fact, she is so lazy that she wants Zoe to pick her nose for her ewwww. Come and join the Grand Opening Party of “Armitage’s Ices”, the ice cream parlour set up by Zoe and her Dad and follow 12 year old Zoe’s journey as she takes on the revolting characters that have proved to be one of the hallmarks of David Walliams’ appeal. Our heroine has a profound love of animals and a dream of travelling the world that keep her going as she copes with her disgusting neighbours, her recently unemployed dad, and the menacing Burt (of Burt’s Burgers) who is after Zoe and her pet rat!

    Don't miss a chance to get a collectable of the future - we have a signed hardback copy of one of David's books with a signed photograph to be won. Raffle tickets available on the day of the show.

    Please bring a low backed chair or picnic rug. Picnics welcome, our shop will be open for drinks, snacks and ice cream sales. Booking advised - last year's "Mr Stink" was a sell out!

    Dates & Times:

    • 26 Jun 2016 : 15:00 - 17:00

    Prices:

    • Adult : £ 13.00
    • Child : £ 8.00
    • Family : £ 35.00
    • Concession : £ 10.00

    Contact:

    For further information please call 01309 641371
  • Walk for Parkinson's

    Walk for Parkinson's

    Dates:Sun 26 Jun Location:Brodie Castle

    Choose to take part in a 1 mile or 5 mile walk to raise funds for Parkinson's

    Details

    Nestled within 178 acres of peaceful parkland, the tower house of Brodie Castle dates back to the 16th century and is renowned for its history, treasures and beautiful gardens.

    Join the walk to raise money for Parkinson's UK, with a choice of a 1 mile level walk around the tranquil pond area, or 5 miles which takes in woodland trails of Culbin Forest. Both walks will start and finish in the grounds of the castle.

    Your support will help to find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's.

    There's no minimum sponsorship required to take part in the walk, but it is suggested that walkers aim to raise at least £50.

    All walkers will receive a fundraising pack, T-shirt and medal.

    Dates & Times:

    • This event appears to have passed

    Contact:

    For further information please call 01309 641371

    Booking:

    To register please contact: Jan Mattison, Community and Events Fundraiser – West Scotland Phone 0344 225 3781 or email scot
  • The Rhum Plants

    Dates:Sat 2 Jul Location:Brodie Castle

    Comedy based on the unlikely but true story of botanical fraud on the Island of Rum.

    Details

    A fast paced comedy based on the unlikely but true story of botanical fraud on the island of Rum. In the 1940s, the botanical world was rocked by the discovery of many rare plants on the island of Rum by Professor John Heslop Harrison. The trouble was, this ambitious working class academic had been making far too many similar discoveries over the previous decade to be credible. The botanical elite despatched John Raven – classical scholar and botanist of note – to Rum to investigate. They suspected the Prof had been planting out rare plants and passing them off as genuine discoveries. The play is a tale about deception, greed, class, ambition and arrogance with some gratuitous lust and cross-dressing thrown in – featuring false woolly knitted beards and long-john onesies. Written by Inverness-based Phil Baarda and directed by Dave Smith (co-writer of many top notch plays including Whisky Kisses - on last summer at the Pitlochry Festival theatre - Who Bares Wins, and Accidental Death of an Accordionist, to name only a few) it is sure to entertain.

    Ticket price includes a wee dram and a taste of shortbread, two of Moray's finest products. Thanks go to our sponsors, Glen Moray for their Speyside single malt whisky and Walkers of Aberlour.

    Dates & Times:

    • 02 Jul 2016 : 14:30 - 15:30

    Prices:

    • Adult : £ 8.00

    Contact:

    For further information please call 01309 641371
  • Beatrix Potter's 150th Birthday Summer Nature Trail

    Beatrix Potter's 150th Birthday Summer Nature Trail

    Dates:Sun 10 Jul Location:Brodie Castle

    A family fun filled day to launch our summer nature trail which will be available for trekking throughout July and August.

    Details

    A themed nature trail to celebrate Beatrix Potter's 150th Birthday. The launch will see lots of family fun activities.

    Entry price of £3 per child will include a prize for completing the trail and returning a completed activity sheet.

    Dates & Times:

    • 10 Jul 2016 : 10:30 - 16:30

    Prices:

    • Child : £ 3.00

    Contact:

    For further information please call 01309 641371
  • Feis Rois Ceilidh Trail Concert

    Dates:Thu 28 Jul Location:Brodie Castle

    An evening of traditional music played by outstanding young musicians.

    Details

    Fèis Rois is one of Scotland’s leading traditional arts organisations. The annual Ceilidh Trail project gives outstanding young musicians aged 16 – 25 the opportunity to develop skills in traditional music performance, whilst providing a high quality cultural tourism experience for visitors to Scotland and locals alike. Ticket price includes tea, coffee and a taste of shortbread.

    Dates & Times:

    • 28 Jul 2016 : 19:30 - 21:30

    Prices:

    • Adult : £ 10.00
    • Child : £ 8.00

    Contact:

    For further information please call 01309 641371

Stuffed to the turrets with antique furniture, paintings and ceramics, the legacy of generations of Clan Brodie, this 16th-century castle is a slice of Scottish history not to be missed.

Explore the rooms, passageways and towers, all sensitively restored to show what everyday life was like for one of Scotland’s most ancient clans.

There’s plenty to discover outside the castle too. The 71 hectare estate has landscaped gardens, a large pond, a walled garden, a woodland walk, an adventure playground and a nature trail with observation hides for watching wildlife.

Set in peaceful parkland, this fine 16th-century tower house is packed with enough art and antiques to keep connoisseurs happy all day. It contains fine French furniture; English, continental and Chinese porcelain; and a major collection of paintings, including 17th-century Dutch art, 19th-century English watercolours, and early 20th-century works. The magnificent library contains some 6,000 volumes.

Buy exclusive prints from the inspirational art collection at Brodie - visit the NTS Prints website.


Brodie Castle Guidebook

Brodie Castle Guidebook

Set in peaceful parkland, this fine 16th century tower house home of the Brodie family is packed with enough art and antiques to keep connoisseurs happy all day. It contains fine French furniture; English, continental and Chinese porcelain; …

Brodie Castle Guidebook£3.50
 

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Opening times & Prices

26 Jun
  • Castle: 10.30 - 16.30
  • Shop: 11.00 - 16.30
  • Tearoom: 11.00 - 16.30
  • Grounds: all year daily
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Prices
  • Member: FREE
  • Adult: £10.50
  • Family: £24.50
  • 1 Parent: £18.00
  • Concession: £7.50

Gradings & Awards

  • Scottish Tourist Board - 4 Star
  • The Green Tourism Award - Gold