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A mixed bag of delights for theatregoers next week

FOLK legends, Everest climbers and the inventor of Horace Rumpole provide a mixed bag of entertainment for Keswick theatregoers next week.

Veteran michael kors outlet s of folk rock, Fairport Convention bring their line up to Theatre by the Lake on Monday, March 20 at 7.30pm.

This four man version of the band provides a mix of new songs from their latest album Over The Next Hill and classic songs from their 35 year history. Fairport Convention won the coveted BBC Radio 2 Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002 and their album Liege and Lief was voted Best Folk Alb michael kors outlet um Ever by Radio 2 listeners.

The Keswick performance is being sponsored by Cumberland Ale and there will be a chance for someone in the audience to win a crate of beer on the night. One lucky person will then g michael kors outlet o on to win Beer for a Year.

On Tuesday, March 21, at 7.30pm there will be a chance to hear the experiences of a group of Cumbrian mountaineers in From Keswick to Everest: A bunch of blokes and a BIG mountain. The group organised their own michael kors outlet expedition to Everest’s North East Ridge and in this illustrated talk three of the mountaineers will share their adventures and show amazing pictures of the trip.

Barrister and creator of Rumpole, Sir John Mortimer brings his show Mortimer’s Miscellany to the Main House on Wednesday, March 22, at 7.30pm. Combined with music, poetry and the help of two colleagues and a musician, Sir John shares memories of his childhood and anecdotes from the legal world.

Sir John is a successful novelist, having written novels including Summer’s Lease, Paradise Postponed and Titmuss Regained which have been made into successful television series. His film scripts include Cider with Rosie and Tea with Mussolini which starred Dame Judi Dench, who is patron of the Theatre by the Lake.