What a beautiful day in the gardens and what an amazing production of Jungle Book – I cannot recommend it enough! Take a look at the pictures and you will see the amazing costumes that words cannot do justice; as they say a picture speaks a thousand words! This theatre group are full of boundless energy and talent and bought the classic Jungle Book story so vividly to life.
Children, parents, friends and grandparents filled the lawn and they were not disappointed. Under a pure blue sky the show kept everyone fascinated with drama, humour and thrills. With a small interval which was perfect for the younger audience members and the cast more than happy to pose for photos at the end, it truly is a show for all the family. It was quite possibly my idea of a perfect afternoon!
It’s the Jungle Book!!!
Picnics, picnics everywhere
I’m not a man cub my name is Mowgli
The sly Shere Khan is on the prowl
Bagheera and Mowgli on their way to the monkey’s territory
Kerry Gordon, images copyright Kerry Gordon
About Kerry Gordon:
Kerry is Director of Development with the Royal Horticultural Society of Ireland. The RHSI was founded almost two hundred years ago in 1816 to promote the knowledge and practice of horticulture in the island of Ireland. Today, with our charitable status, we achieve our objectives through seminars, lectures, tours and, since 2011, through our RHSI garden at the historic demesne of Russborough House in County Wicklow. RHSI Garden Russborough has been taken on under a license from the Alfred Beit Foundation and is in the process of being restored as a working fruit and vegetable garden.
RHSI’s reputation and commitment to excellence has resulted in partnerships with flagship gardens around Ireland, such as Powerscourt Gardens, where our membership is entitled to free or discounted entry. For further information on the RHSI or to become a member please check www.rhsi.ie or to contact me on any blog related matters email@example.com