Tickets: Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury Phone: 01722 342860 or from www.ticketsource.co.uk/studiotheatresalisbury
Gay Pirrie-Weir writes in the Fine Times Recorder:
“This year Tamsin Jacson has taken her troupe to the old barn at Dog Kennel Farm, part of the Hulse estate at Breamore, to perform Keith Dewhurst’s adaptation of Flora Thompson’s classic story of rural life, Lark Rise.
It’s the perfect setting for the story, performed in the round in a structure whose oldest timbers possibly pre-date Breamore House itself.
With a trio of musicians playing songs and dances from the period, and actors in costume to greet the audience parking in the field, the period atmosphere was spun from start to finish.
Every member of the large ensemble adds a memorable individual to the vignettes of country life in this delightful and sometimes thought-provoking play, and it’s all credit to the entire team for providing such an atmospheric and involving tale for the audience.”
Lark Rise continues until Saturday 18th July.
Read the full review here.