Theatre was born outdoors. From ancient Greek amphitheatres to the pageant wagons from which mystery and miracle plays were performed from the 10th through to the 16th century, actors and their audiences have been used to contending with the elements. In the Elizabethan era, courtyards and inn-yard theatres were replaced by purpose-built, open-roofed playhouses like London’s Globe Theatre.
Summer is here at last and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious cocktail! To mark World Gin Day this Saturday, June 12, Elizabeth Louch at Rutland’s very own gin producer, Multum Gin Parvo, has created some fabulous cocktail recipes for you to enjoy using their premium gins.
Lyndon Visitor Centre, located on the south shore of Rutland Water Nature Reserve and home to the iconic Rutland Ospreys, has had an exciting makeover.
To celebrate English Tourism Week, we’ve teamed up with Charlie Pallett, aka The Rutland Blogger, to give us her Guide to 48 hours in Rutland!
Boasting numerous benefits, not least the opportunity it brings to spend social time outside, golf is even more popular than it has ever been.
Here in Rutland we’re lucky to have some fabulous golf courses with scenery so stunning that you might even be distracted from your game! So now that the warmer months stretch ahead of us and Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted, what better time to take up golf?
As we see events starting to return to our previously empty diaries, it’s the perfect time for some light relief and live comedy is a great feel-good night out. Join Zoe Lyons and others at Uppingham Theatre on Thursday 19th August for a huge night of stand up comedy.