Between May and the end of August there will be a variety of live entertainment, including music, comedy, gardening talks, outdoor theatre and childrens shows. The music begins on Friday, May 17 with folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz and bluegrass music from Mad Dog Mcrea. A weekend triple bill continues on the Saturday (May 18) with The Animals and Friends, in conjunction with the Plough Arts Centre, join The Animals & Friends for an evening of 60s rhythm and blues, including House of the Rising Sun and We Gotta Get Out of this Place. West Country folk music storytellers of the highest calibre, Show of Hands, will perform on the Sunday (May 19). On Monday, May 27 there is an afternoon performance by one of the worlds most famous brass bands, The Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band and on July 6 Barnstaple Male Voice Choir will be performing as part of its 100th anniversary celebrations. An evening of comedy on May 25 sees Britains Got Talent 2018 winner The Lost Voice Guy on the same bill as comedic legend Richard Digance. On May 29 there is an afternoon talk with celebrity garden designer Chris Beardshaw plus childrens shows including Alice in Wonderland, Captain Coconut and Magic Martin. And there is a host of outdoor theatre through the summer in association with Plough Arts, including Jayne Eyre (June 21), The tempest (July 10), Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (July 26), The Gangster Granny by David Walliams (August 9) and Frankenstein (August 24). Book online at rhs.org.uk/Rosemoor or email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the bookings team on 01805 626810.