Latest news from Aberglasney - Sense and Sensibility in the gardens

Latest news from Aberglasney House and Gardens in the Tywi Valley -

Sense and Sensibility • An evening with the Head Gardener • Late cottage deals



Looking good in the Gardens...
The Rose Garden
Flowering dogwood
'Cornus' white
Meconopsis (pictured above)
Siberian iris
Photo courtesy of Nigel McCall



Theatre in the Gardens ~ Sense & Sensibility
Sunday 12th June ~ gates open at 6.30pm for a 7pm performance
Adults ~ £14; Children ~ £10; Family (2 adults & 2 children) ~ £42.
Tickets available through our website or on the gate on the night.


An Evening with the Head Gardener, Joseph Atkin
Thursday 16th June at 6pm
Join Joseph for a special evening tour of the Gardens followed by supper and an after dinner talk on the terrace in the beautiful Pool Garden. Booking essential ~ you can book through our website or by calling the Ticket Office directly on 01558 667956.


Sandra Phillips exhibition
In the Mansion until Wednesday 15th June
Find out more about Sandra Phillips on her website


Coachman's Cottage
8th July to 15th July ~ reduced from £635 to £500
29th July to 5th August ~ reduced from £750 to £500
5th August to 12th August ~ reduced from £750 to £500
12th August to 19th August ~ reduced from £750 to £500

Gardener's Cottage
1st July to 8th July ~ reduced from £610 to £500
8th July to 15th July ~ reduced from £635 to £500
29th July to 5th August ~ reduced from £750 to £500
5th August to 12th August ~ reduced from £750 to £500

Book now through our website

Photo courtesy of Nigel McCall


Plants sales area ~ wonderful new stock just arrived
Including rarities such as the 'Fringe Tree' and Ligularia (pictured above) for only £4.95 for a 2lt pot.



Looking good in the Gardens...
Asian Primula (pictured above in Bishop Rudd's Walk)
Meconopsis (Himalayan blue poppy)
Roses
Horse chestnut collection
Wetland iris
Photo courtesy of Nigel McCall


'Rhwng Dau Le'
Performances by third year BA Perfformio (Performance) students of University of Wales Trinity St David's (UWTSD)
Thursday 9th June ~ between 11am-12pm and 2pm-3pm
Friday 10th June ~ between 11am-12pm and 2pm-3pm
(Times approximate. The performance will be for part of an hour.)
‘Rhwng Dau Le’ is a site responsive performance work inspired by the natural beauty of Aberglasney. UWTSD Third year BA Perfformio students have created the work following research into historical and local accounts of the garden, the house and the surrounding landscape. The production, which showcases the young performers’ creative talents, includes song, physical performance and text based upon testimonials of previous patrons and staff members of the estate. Director and lecturer Jonathan Pugh said:
‘We have worked intensively to weave local myth and historical fact about the estate- and some of the plants growing here- into a performance that seems to exist with one foot in the past and the other foot firmly placed in today. ‘Rhwng Dau Le’ or ‘Between Two Sites’ is an opportunity to experience a vision of those events and stories that exist in and around a site, but are not always visible.’
A trailer video can be viewed on the Aberglasney YouTube channel
Students will be at Aberglasney throughout the week of the 6th-10th June in preparation for the performances on Thursday and Friday. You are most welcome to watch rehearsals if you would like to.

Aberglasney Restoration Trust · Aberglasney Gardens · Llangathen · Carmarthen, SA32 8QH 

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