Open air theatre is back
Open air theatre is back at Lytham Hall next month. Sunday 16 August will see two performances by one of the country’s leading outdoor touring specialists Illyria with a new production of “The Wind in the Willows”.
Lytham Hall will be one of the first venues in a six-week nationwide summer tour by Illyria following the government’s lifting of the ban on outdoor performances.
Theatre organiser Julian Wilde is delighted that Fylde coast favourites Illyria are back on the road to Lytham.
“This will be a joyful event for Lytham Hall after the closure and a very special production from Illyria’s artistic director Oliver Gray.
I expect to have a sell-out audience of 200 for each performance and hope that theatregoers will come with a bubble of family and friends, preferably of six.”
The performances of Kenneth Graham’s ever-popular tale of Rat, Mole, Badger and the bumptious Mr. Toad will be at 4.30 and 7.00 pm. The show will last an hour without an interval and all tickets must be booked in advance,
Tickets are on sale now on the Illyria website and from from the Lytham Hall office by phone, E mail or in person at a cost of £10 for adults and £7 for children of school age.
Tickets on line www.illyria.co.uk
Lytham Hall 01 253 736652
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