Special performances for Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday to pay tribute to all those who have suffered in conflict.
3pm and 7pm daily. Also, 11.05am on the 11th. After the Last Post is played and observing the 2 min silence at 11 am.
Following the sell out world premier in May, this beautiful show by Feelgood with Tangled Dance Company returns by popular demand over the period of remembrance.
"All those involved deserve applause; Whispers is something to shout about"Manchester Theatre Awards.
For a final three days the great rooms of Heaton Hall will be open and echo with the voices of the past, revealing a myriad of timeless stories of uncompromising love and courage, laughter and humanity at a time when the First World War and the Somme changed lives forever.
Woven together in contemporary music, drama and dance, audiences will move from room to room and hear how Enrico Caruso, the women’s peace movement, Ralph Vaughan Williams, The Manchester Pals Regiments and an unknown bugler connected at Heaton Hall.
Written by Peter Kerry, Cathy Crabb and Lindsay Williams. Music byAilis Ni Riain. Choreographed by Amy Eccleston Directed by: Caroline Clegg.
The Friends of Heaton Hall's exhibition will also be open after the show.
Supported by: Arts Council of England and FTP partnership with Manchester City Council and Heaton Park. Sponsored by: PZ Cussons and The Stage Door Foundation.
Tickets are non-refundable, except if the event is cancelled by order of the event management. A printed version of the ticket is required for entry. Tickets may not be copied or printed more than once. Each ticket is numbered and has a unique QR code. Entry will refused for duplicate tickets.
Whispers of Heaton. Feelgood Theatre Productions. Fri 11th - Sun 13th November
Heaton Hall and Park , St Margaret's Entrance , Manchester , Lancashire , M25 2GT