Unique theatre show to be staged in Havant

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MORE than 100 years of gardening history and a walk in a real garden will make for a unique theatre experience.

Bloom, at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, Havant, is a show aimed at under sevens about an English garden inherited by a young lady called Emily Langley.

As part of the performance the audience will take a walk through the garden at the back of the theatre, in East Street, which is maintained by local green group Havant Transition Network.

The play, by Forest Forge, will look at the garden designer Gertrude Jekyll, through a Dig For Victory vegetable patch, against a background of nuclear protests and on to the England of today.

The show runs from September 27 to 29. To book tickets go to thespring.co.uk or call (023) 9247 2700.