Open air Shakespeare performance to raise funds for Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind

The Rain or Shine Theatre Company will perform Twelfth Night at Ditchingham Hall on Friday, June 16

The Rain or Shine Theatre Company will perform Twelfth Night at Ditchingham Hall on Friday, June 16 with proceeds going to the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind. Photo: supplied by Newman Associates PR. - Credit: supplied by Newman Associates PR

An open air performance of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is to raise funds for the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind.

The Rain or Shine Theatre Company will perform Twelfth Night at Ditchingham Hall on Friday, June 16

The Rain or Shine Theatre Company will perform Twelfth Night at Ditchingham Hall on Friday, June 16 with proceeds going to the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind. Image: supplied by Newman Associates PR. - Credit: supplied by Newman Associates PR

The Rain or Shine Theatre Company will perform the comedy at Ditchingham Hall on Friday, June 16 with proceeds going to the NNAB.

Visitors will have the chance to explore the hall's beautiful gardens and have picnics from 5pm and the performance will start at 7.30pm.

NNAB fundraiser Donna Minto said: 'We are thrilled to have been chosen by the Ditchingham Estate to be the charity benefitting from this year's al fresco Shakespeare performance. It promises to be a really enjoyable evening. We are extremely grateful to Lord and Lady Ferrers for allowing us the use of their beautiful home, and for the generous support they are giving the NNAB in staging this event.'

Tickets £13 for adults and £6 for children. To book, visit www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/275251 or call 01603 629558.


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