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An Audience with Monty Don

An Audience with Monty Don

Join BBC Gardeners' World presenter and gardening writer, Monty Don, as he shares his passion for gardens and the unique role they play in human inspiration and wellbeing. 

Monty has been making television programmes for over 30 years and has been lead presenter of the BBC’s Gardener’s World since 2003. Since 2011 the programme has come from his own garden, Longmeadow, in Herefordshire. 

After a thrilling sellout tour in 2022 Monty is heading back out on tour where he will share tales from his career in gardening, detail his favourite gardens – both ancient and modern, and reveal how he fell in love with the natural world. Discover how he created his beautiful garden at Longmeadow, the gardening practices he considers to be the most useful and important, and the magical impact of the changing of the seasons on each part of the garden. 

With something for seasoned gardeners and green-fingered novices alike, don’t miss the opportunity to join Monty for a timely and thought-provoking celebration of the ever-surprising and comforting presence of nature. This is the ultimate Monty Don experience. 


Monty will be doing a special in conversation event on 8 July at Kew The Music 2024, a week-long festival of picnic concerts at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. Picnic hampers will be available to add on to your ticket.


For those who are unable to attend the live show, the event at The Barbican, London  will be live streamed via Fane Online. Worldwide viewing is available and the stream will be available for one week on demand after the initial broadcast, so you can watch at anytime if the initial broadcast time doesn't suit your timezone. 


Kew The Music: Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew

Forum Theatre, Malvern

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin

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Barbican Centre, London

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

The Lowry, Salford Quays

York Barbican

De Montfort Hall, Leicester

Swansea Arena

New Theatre, Oxford

Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Anvil Arts, Basingstoke

Brighton Dome

The Great Hall, Exeter

Hall for Cornwall

Hall for Cornwall

The Forum, Bath

Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

Ipswich Regent Theatre

Cambridge Corn Exchange

Cambridge Corn Exchange

Usher Hall, Edinburgh