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Production to bloom on tour
2:00pm Monday 2nd July 2012 in Stage News
GOSSIPING gnomes, changing seasons, a growing garden and the history of one family come together to form Forest Forge theatre Company’s newest production, Bloom.
Embarking on a two-month Hampshire tour from the end of August, the play uncovers the story of one family through their garden.
It centres around Emily Langley, who has mysteriously inherited an English garden which is watched over by a guerrilla gardener who doesn’t share her views on how it should look.
As you would expect from this innovative local theatre company, the audience will be fully involved as they enter the venue to walk round the garden, engaging in the action.
Bloom will be performed at a number of venues, including Greyfriars Community Centre, Ringwood, August 30- September 1; The Phoenix Theatre, Bordon, September 6- 8; Forest Arts, New Milton September 20-22, The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, Havant September 27-29 and The Berry Theatre, Hedge End October 11-13.