Summer season at South Hill Park
Published 11 May 2012 13:00 0 Comments
A war of weeds will be fought at the Ringmead arts venue when an outrageous comedy takes root this summer.
Allotments are the playgrounds of the green-fingered and in this cut-throat world competition is tough - but it's what lies beneath the soil that really sets Death And Gardening apart.
Watch gardeners play dirty in this hilariously obscure yet touching portrayal of life in a potters' paradise on Wednesday, July 25.
For thrill-seekers, there's Grave Expectations, a spooky stroll through the revamped grounds of South Hill Park, where walkers can hear Dickens' terrifying tales recounted at sunset, on Thursday and Friday, June 7-8. More reasons to step outside are on offer at a traditional Victorian Fayre on Saturday, July 21, and a production of Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well in the refurbished Amphitheatre from Wednesday-Sunday, July 18-22.
Have a laugh with Lenny Henry's life stories at his Cradle To Rave gig on Thursday, May 31, and The Comedy Cellar's summer season, including BBC 3's Nathan Caton and Never Mind The Buzzcock's James Redmond, every Friday until June 22.
For tickets and more information see www.southhillpark.org.uk or call 01344 484123.
This article appeared in Slough Observer 11 May 12