Summer of open-air plays in Leeds

WHODUNNIT: Murder on the Terrace, comes to Leeds at the end of August. PIC: Jeremy Abraham
WHODUNNIT: Murder on the Terrace, comes to Leeds at the end of August. PIC: Jeremy Abraham
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A summer of outdoor theatre will be arriving in Leeds next week.

Two productions, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest and a brand-new play, Murder on the Terrace, will visit Temple Newsam on selected dates this month.

Both have been produced by Heartbreak Productions as part of their 25th year touring open-air theatre.

The Importance of Being Earnest runs from the Friday August 19 to Sunday August 21, with Murder on the Terrace beginning on Friday August 26, ending Sunday August 28.

Tickets for both plays are available from www.heartbreakproductions.co.uk.

Members of the reformed writing club Savage, pictured at Temple Works (Temple Mill), on Marshall Street, Holbeck, Leeds. Pictured (left to right) Robert St-John Smith, Peter Etherington, Heather Lloyd, Phil Kirby, Maria Protopapadaki-Smith (correct), Ivor Tymchak and Jamie Newman.

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