Join us for an open-air production of Cranford at Fota House on Friday, 12th July at 6.30pm.
Step back in time with Chapterhouse this summer and find yourself whisked into the world of small-town life in Victorian England, as Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford is adapted for performances in some of the UK and Ireland’s most beautiful open-air venues by award-winning writer Laura Turner.
In the sleepy village of Cranford, a mysterious new arrival is setting hearts aflutter… But can lost loves and old friendships withstand the drama of snobbery, gossip, and social scandal? Bring along a picnic and join us at Fota to find out!
Tickets are €14 per child, Adults €19 or family (2+2) €56 and can be pre-booked online www.fotahouse.com. Gates open 5.30pm.
By supporting our events visitors are contributing to the ongoing restoration and conservation of Fota House, Arboretum & Gardens which is owned and managed by the Irish Heritage Trust charity.
For details on all our events or to book, visit us at www.fotahouse.com or call 021 4815543.