THERE is a variety of entertainment for all tastes heading to Hanbury Hall in the coming weeks.
Next Thursday (June 25), there will be an outdoor performance of Shakesepare’s Twelfth Night by The Lord Chamberlain’s Men.
The players will take to the stage in the hall’s restored gardens at 7.30pm.
There will be more theatre coming to the National Trust venue next month when Heartbreak Productions perform a stage version of Jane Austen’s iconic novel Emma on July 18 at 6.30pm.
Tickets for both performances are £15.75 for adults, £10 for children (18 and under) and £41.50 for a family ticket (two adults and two children).
Then, next Saturday (June 27), there will be an English summer evening of music and the spoken word, featuring works by Shakespeare and Bromsgrove poet AE Housman and music arranged by Worcestershire music maker Dr Donald Hunt. He will lead a specially formed choir of professional singers and a violinist.
Tickets for the outdoor concert are £12.60 for adults, £7.90 for children and £33 for a family ticket.
Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hanburyhall or call 0844 249 1895 for more information or to buy tickets.
Those who go along to the events are welcome to take along chairs, rugs and picnics, but barbecues are not allowed.