Off the Ground theatre group swashbuckles its way back to New Mexico in 1821 with an open-air production of the play Zorro at Plas Newydd this Friday evening.
On the brink of Mexican Independence, the Viceroy of New Spain, aided by the evil Ramón family, has turned New Mexico into a tyrannical, poverty-stricken wasteland for the townspeople.
Their legendary hero, Zorro, is their only hope of relief and resolution.
As the rebel group, The Alliance, attempt to fight back, Zorro must be smarter than he has ever been to keep the Ramóns from turning his beloved people against him.
Can he change his ways to stop them?
Find out at Plas Newydd and bring a chair and a brolly just in case.
The performance begins at 7.30pm. Adults £12, concessions £8 and under-21 £5.
Tickets from www.offtheground.co.uk or at Plas Newydd on the night
Why not let our chef Steve cook you a pre-show meal at 6pm in the stable-block tea rooms? Prices are from £4.95 and pre-booking is essential on 01978 862834, or email@example.com