Old Hebaceous is back by popular demand

Herbert Pinnegar, a character inspired by Reginald Arkell's classic novel of the garden, as he unearths his roots as a lost, orphan boy who blossoms into a renowned and respected head gardener, Old Herbaceous'www.stevenbarber.com/Theatre By The Lake

Herbert Pinnegar, a character inspired by Reginald Arkell's classic novel of the garden, as he unearths his roots as a lost, orphan boy who blossoms into a renowned and respected head gardener, Old Herbaceous'www.stevenbarber.com/Theatre By The Lake

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Lancashire’s rural touring network of theatre, Spot On, is bringing back its ‘Old Herbaceous’ show by popular demand.

Join Herbert Pinnegar, a character inspired by Reginald Arkell’s classic novel of the garden, as he unearths his roots as a lost, orphan boy who blossoms into a renowned and respected head gardener.

Sown with seeds of gardening wisdom, humour and unexpected love this charming one man show will draw you in with compelling tales and memories of a bygone era.

Sue Robinson, from Spot On said: “Talented actor Peter Macqueen does a brilliant job at portraying the wittiest yet most gentle man to ever plant bulbs at a British county house – Old Herbaceous.

“If you’re a fan of great drama, great stories and the great outdoors then I would definitely encourage you to catch this wonderful show guaranteed to put a spring in your step.”

The show will be performed at St Michael’s on Wyre Village Hall on May 3 and Scorton Village Hall on May 4, both start at 7.30pm.

To book tickets for the St Michaels perfomance, please telephone 01995 679400 and for the Scorton show, please call 07714 486581.

For further information about Spot On, who been delivering arts services in their communities for as long as 16 years, visit www.spotonlancashire.co.uk