The next event...
Friday 30th March - Tractor trailer rides are recommencing for the Easter holidays.
Jump on board and take a ride round the farm. Learn about the history of the surrounding
area and see the garlic and asparagus growing in the fields.
Saturday 7th April - Book signing by Natasha Edwards
A rootin' tootin' good time was had at the country and western night with all time food,
inspired line dancing and some great out fits. Thanks to everyone who made it such a fun
A big thank you to everyone who came and especially all those who performed at Burns Night
on the 27th. It really was a special evening and sure to be a regular in the Garlic Farm
calendar from now on.
Thank you to everyone who took part in our Rock n Roll Supper Club. The Garlic Farm was
on fire with classic rock n roll tunes, amazing food and lots of fantastic dancing.
Thursday 10th May - Friday 11th May
Following the success of Don Pasquale this summer, The Pop-Up Opera company are
returning with a Pop-Up version of L'elisir D'amore by Donizetti. Tickets will be available
from February and an option of post performance Garlic Farm supper will be available.
For more information on Pop-Up Opera visit www.popupopera.co.uk
Some reviews of this year's show:
We had tremendous fun seeing last night's performance of "Don Pasquale" at the Garlic Farm,
Isle of Wight and were absolutely charmed and delighted by your witty and spirited
interpretation! Great use of props and 'silent movie' elements combined with wonderful
singing - we did not quite know what to expect and found you performance to be a real
treat; 'Comedia' in its best sense...'
J Henderson, Isle of Wight
'I just wanted to say a huge thank you to the cast and crew of Pop-Up Opera for giving my
two daughters the most amazing first experience of Opera... the most perfect introduction to
opera possible for a 4 and 6 yr old. They got to say a quick hello to the wonderful cast just
before they went on and sat riveted, transfixed and smiling and clapping their way through
the performance. They loved it! On the way home they were so full of excitement about when
they could go and see Opera again, and asking us to tell them stories of other operas, that
you simply have to come back next year, and every year thereafter to continue to fuel
their operatic passion into adulthood.'
C Budden, Isle of Wight