Live theatre is just one of the many things we’ve been missing over the past year but now it is coming back gradually, with Hampshire Cultural Trust’s Forest Arts Centre hosting events at Rockbourne Roman Villa in Fordingbridge.
Outdoor events kick off on Friday 28 May with comedy from Mock the Week star Angela Barnes, BBC New Comedy Award finalist 2018 Will Stone, up-and-coming comedian Andrew White and Funny Women Award winner Thanyia Moore.
Live music airs on 29 May with blues guitarist Harry Skinner and acoustic folk four-piece The Courtiers, followed by African dance ensemble, Harare and alternative DJ duo, Still Moving DJs on 30 May. The family-friendly gig tickets range from £0 – £15 per person per date.
Also in the open air, on 30 June Slapstick Picnic, the creators of The Handlebards, rip up the recipe book and celebrate silliness in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Tickets range from £0 – £16 per person.
Rockbourne Roman Villa and Forest Arts Centre will be re-opening their doors from 28 May and 1 June respectively. Live performance, classes and workshops can be booked at www.forest-arts.co.uk.
Both Rockbourne Roman Villa and Forest Arts Centre have made some changes including introducing a number of measures in line with government guidelines to help manage visitor numbers and ensure social distancing is maintained to protect visitors, staff and volunteers.
For more information, please visit each venue at www.hampshireculture.org.uk
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