During the year we arrange social outings to which wives and partners are invited so it encourages everyone to become part of the Club’s wider activities. The outings can be to stately homes, museums, gardens, theatres and other places of interest. Sometimes short holiday breaks are organised which have been well supported.
Again, by popular demand, John Jennings organized a visit to Glyndebourne to see the Barber of Seville.
Clever Figaro, the famous Barber of Seville, has much to gain if he can win Count Almaviva his chosen bride.
However, the crafty would-be bride, Rosina, is already several steps ahead of him, plotting to escape her guardian Dr Bartolo, who has kept her captive for long enough as he wishes to marry her himself.
Rossini’s most popular comedy comes roaring back in a production whose wit and playful energy spring directly from Rossini’s buoyant music.