Party at the palace: Stately homes reap rewards from concerts boom

James Hanley

The popularity of concerts at UK stately homes and castles is on the rise, according to promoters, with an increasing number of historical sites entering the fray.

In the coming weeks, Kenwood House will host the Heritage Live Concert Series with Madness, Jose Carreras and The Piano Guy; Nocturne Live will bring Gladys Knight, Ms Lauryn Hill, Tears For Fears and Kylie Minogue to Blenheim Palace; and the Somerset House Summer Series will welcome acts including Doves, The Good, The ...

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