Two more open air performances coming to a lawn near you:
Tattershall Castle, July 17 at 7.30pm: Twelfth Night
Join the Lord Chamberlain’s Men to see Shakespeare’s best-loved romantic comedy, Twelfth Night. A joyous tale of love, longing and laughter and mischief, mayhem and mistaken identity, set in fair Illyria. With identical twins separated by shipwreck, a cross-dressing heroine and everyone in search of love, Twelfth Night is one of the most famous and tangled love stories in literature. “If music be the food of love, play on!” Full details. Call 01526 342543 to book tickets. Facebook notice
Gunby Hall, August 22 at 4pm: The Secret Garden
“Join young Mary Lennox on her journey of discovery as she travels to her uncle’s house deep in the Yorkshire countryside, where unexpected friends and very magical creatures help her unlock the mystery of the secret garden. Alive with music and song and an array of especially designed puppet creatures, Mary’s story and The Secret Garden promises to capture the very spirit of summer and to be one of the highlights of the open-air garden theatre season.” Performed by the Chapterhouse Theatre Company. Book online or call 01754 890 102.