Open Air Shows no Reino Unido

" This summer Durham, in north-east England (just 15 minutes by train from Newcastle), will play host to the epic, open-air spectacular, Kynren, which will bring to life 2,000 years of Britain's history. Taking place across a seven-and-a-half acre stage, and with more than 1,000 professionally trained volunteers taking part in the show, it's definitely one not to miss. Britain takes pride in its love and talent for award-winning entertainment so here's a few more open air shows across the nations to get you in the spirit of this type of theatre.

Kynren: an epic tale of England, Auckland Castle, Durham, north-east England

Across the summer of 2016 Auckland Castle will host an open-air night spectacular, bringing to life 2,000 years of Britain's history through the eyes of England's north-east, from the Roman period to post-World War II. Eleven Arches will entertain up to 8,000 visitors per show; taking inspiration from its artistic partner, Eleven Arches is modelled on Puy du Fou's own night show in France. Kynren will be rolled out across 14 movie-like performances and will take its audience on a 90-minute journey of epic storytelling, with pyrotechnics, lighting, and water effects.

Getting there: Durham is a 15-minute journey from Newcastle, and a three-hour journey from London by train.

Minack theatre, Cornwall, south-west England

One of England's most unique performance spaces, Minack theatre can be found carved into on one of Cornwall's low cliffs and was created in the 1930s by a local theatre enthusiast. Today the theatre has reached national fame, and regularly performs sell-out shows of Shakespeare, classical and contemporary theatre. Enjoy Minack theatre in the summer, with vistas onto the ocean beyond.

Getting there: Cornwall is a four-and-a-half-hour journey by train from London, and just under a two-hour journey from Exeter.

Castle Kennedy Gardens, Stanraer, south-west Scotland

Castle Kennedy Gardens are among the most famous in Scotland, and boast 75 acres of designed loch-side landscapes and romantic gardens which welcome families, friends and even dogs. There are spectacular walks to enjoy, fauna and scenery to take in and displays of brightly coloured flowers from the 1700s. One of the highlights of Castle Kennedy Gardens is that this idyllic landscape becomes the backdrop to outdoor performances, complete with the castle ruins as a dramatic addition. Look out for performances of Shakespeare's A Midsummer's Nights Dream and Roald Dahl's Danny Champion of the World.

Getting there: Stanraer is a two-hour journey from Glasgow, and just over a three-hour journey from Edinburgh.

Explore the living museum ‘Beamish', County Durham, north-east England

For a truly immersive experience on a grand scale, head over to Beamish, the living open-air museum that tells the story of life in north-east England during the 1820s, 1900s and 1940s across a 300-acre estate. Shop Edwardian style in the town and sample sweets and home-cooked food from a bygone era, discover what schooling was like for the Victorians, ride on a real working tram and meet some of the locals.

Getting there: Beamish is located near the town of Stanley in County Durham, on the north-east coast in England. It's a two and half hour journey from Edinburgh, and 90 minutes from York.

See the largest air show in Wales, Swansea

One thing Britain is certainly proud of is its aviation heritage, and what better way to celebrate than with an air show spectacular. Wales National Airshow is located on Swansea Bay giving great views over the bay and into the skies beyond. Already confirmed displays include the famous Red Arrows, the Eurofighter Typhoon, the Bronco Demo Team, Static Chinook, Team Yakovlevs and Team Raven. Expect daredevil aerobatic displays, vintage planes and state-of-the-art aircraft.

When: 2 - 3 July

Getting there: Swansea is under an hour's journey from Cardiff, and a three-and-a-half-hour journey from London."

Fonte: VisitBritain