and we filled them with Moroccan houmous (even better than plain) and home-made falafel - one of my most favourites things. YUM YUM YUM, what a lucky girl!
washing them down with a French Martini (recipe on the Recipe page)
Sunday the weather was perfect, bright and sunny and off we went to the theatre with Mum & Dad to see Gilbert & Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance. This is an outdoor theatre and we had a picnic before the performance beneath a shady tree, which was lovely.
The theatre is in the grounds of a beautiful old house, now Kilworth House Hotel. We've been before to eat at their restaurant in the fabulous Victorian Orangery and Mum & Dad had their 50 wedding anniversary party there last year - the food is AMAZING.
The theatre itself is great and is in a wooded area of the grounds full of beautiful smelling orange blossom, and a log cabin nearby where you can get food & drinks
The performance was awesome, I love the story & songs anyway, but the actors were fab and really hammed it up, we all laughed and clapped along...
A fabulous weekend, and somewhere I'd definitely go again - the next performance later in the year is Little Shop of Horrors, so if I can persuade Hubby... x