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Saturday 15th February 2020

In 2019 the Garden with support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund commissioned a series of short films and a play to raise awareness of the garden and its history. We will be hosting an evening screening of the short films and play in the Bryan Mayer Pavilion. We will also be welcoming Mary Keith and the Keele Women's Community Choir.

This performance will take place in the Dorothy Clive Garden (Bryan Mayer Pavilion) on Saturday 15th February 2020 from 7pm to 9pm

All performances were commissioned by the Dorothy Clive Garden, presented by the New Vic Youth Theatre, Moonstruck Astronaut and Mary Keith and the Keele Women's Community Choir.

Cost -- £5 per person

Advance booking and payment is required (details of how to pay will be given when booking).

To book a place please call 01630 647237 or email info@dorothyclivegarden.co.ukinfo@dorothyclivegarden.co.uk>

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