After a sell out performance last year, we are thrilled to be returning for a third year to perform Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville) in the beautiful tithe barn at historic Hellens Manor in Much Marcle, Herefordshire.
The atmosphere in this space adds an extra layer to this performance so come and join us here on:
Thursday 9th February at 7.30pm
Tickets £20, available online here
Cash bar available from 7pm and during the interval.
For more information on the venue go to www.hellensmanor.com
We recommend getting your tickets quickly for this venue as they sold out fast last year.
This beautiful historic house in Much Marcle, Herefordshire, is a living monument to much of England’s history. It remains a home and not a museum although it contains a wealth of period furnishings, paintings and decorations. The family trust which runs Hellens, and her sister property Southside House, serves both the community and the general public, particularly in the field of education. The trust works to provide historical, musical, environmental, and literary projects and activities, for schools and students of all ages, through the two properties. The Opera will be staged in the sixteenth century Great Barn at Hellens Manor. The oldest part dates from Tudor times in the 16th century when Sir Richard Walwyn was Lord of the Manor. Sir Richard was Knighted by Queen Mary and pardoned by Queen Elizabeth! The Barn has been sensitively restored to reveal a fine ‘Great Hall’ fit for banqueting, theatre, recitals and all manner of events. The large windows overlook a peaceful old cider orchard.