On Friday 26th August, Arley Hall and Gardens will be the venue for a performance of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing by The Lord Chamberlain's Men in the Wall Garden. The Lord Chamberlain's Men is an open air theatre company built upon the same principles that Shakespeare himself followed: to present bold, clear and dynamic productions that excite and engage the audience.
Much Ado About Nothing occurs during several days of a visit by Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon, and his followers at the large estate of Leonato, Governor of Messina. Don Pedro has been victorious in a small war against his own half-brother, Don John, who has now (reluctantly) joined him.
The performance starts at 7pm and finish at 9.30pm. Tickets are £14.50 pre-booked and £16.50 on the gate, children £5.00. To book tickets call 01565 777353 Ext 20. or visit the website
Picnics are welcome. Please bring a rug or low back seating.
If flowers are your thing you might like to try the Flower Festival in Norley Methodist Church on 24th, 25th and 26th September. Admission free and refreshments available.
Finally, following our article on the the Heritage Award that was won by the Cheshire Lion Salt Works Museum, Rob Ford responded with the comment " We went to the museum after reading the Tarvin Online article. It is a great afternoon out and is well worth a visit."