Robin Hood and his Merry Men

Join the cast of Chapterhouse Theatre for a one-night-only performance in the gardens of Oakfield Park on Thursday, 26th July.

Robin Hood and his band of merry men are feared by the richest of the land as they travel through Sherwood Forest stealing from the rich to give to the poor. When the evil Sheriff of Nottingham schemes to stop the outlaws, the merry men must join with the beautiful Maid Marian to rescue Robin from the Sheriff’s evil clutches and restore peace to the forest lands. Inspired by folklore, myth and legend, this brand-new version of Robin’s notorious story is brought alive with traditional sword play, song, music, dance and stunning medieval costumes. Adapted by award winning writer Laura Turner.

Robin Hood and his Merry Men takes place in Oakfield Park, Raphoe, Co. Donegal on Thursday, 26th July. Doors open at 6pm and show starts at 7pm. Early arrival is advised. Please bring your own rugs or low-backed seating. Buffers Garden Restaurant in Oakfield Park will be open late so visitors can enjoy a delicious meal before the performance. Table booking is advised as there is limited space. There will also be light refreshments (tea / coffee) available to purchase beside the performance area and Oakfield Park trains will be running free of charge from 6pm to take visitors to and from the open-air event.

Tickets cost €19 (adults), €14 (children) and €56 for a family pass (2 adults and 2 children). 10% discount for parties of 10 or more – call +353 (0) 74 91 73068. 


Please note that all tickets are non-refundable.


Join us for Oakfest, two days of music, food and family fun. This new, family-friendly music festival takes place at Oakfield Park on Saturday, 25th and Sunday, 26th August. The park will open as usual at 11am both days, but will extend its evening opening hours until 8pm, to facilitate two days of festival fun for all the family.

A stellar line-up of acts will perform throughout the weekend, including the Four of Us who will headline the Saturday and Hermitage Green, headlining Sunday. 

As well as a top-class musical billing, Oakfest at Oakfield Park will have plenty for the whole family to enjoy, including a mini disco for little music lovers, arts and crafts, face-painting, puppetry, nature walks, train heritage, folklore and storytelling.

Away from the main stage, festivalgoers can expect jazz in the garden, music in the maze, folk music in the marquee and Trad on the Train.

Our gardens and parklands provide the perfect backdrop for this late summer festival, giving people of all ages a unique opportunity to enjoy a memorable experience together on the last weekend of the summer holidays.

We will also have a strong food offering with Oakfield Park’s Piazza courtyard opened up to artisan food producers, while Buffers Restaurant will serve delicious food all weekend.

For more details and information please contact Oakfield Park’s Estate Manager, David Fisher on or 074 9173068 or email:

Weekend and daily passes available.