MIKRON Travelling theatre group will be at Aymestrey Parish Hall on Friday September 5 with Till the Cown Come Home.

Harvey Granelli is fed up working for Thistledale Council. He followed his miserable mother into local government, but he has more in common with his Italian father – part-time playboy and one-time ice-cream maker, Romeo.

Inspired by a dream, Harvey finds the courage to follow his heart. But when he whips up a gelato from Papa Granelli’s recipe book it just doesn’t taste the same. Times have changed; the way our food is produced has changed…

Harvey has a choice. He can make an inferior product, or he can source the very best ingredients and make the finest ice-cream in the world, based on principles of good, clean and fair. His quest will take him to the corners of the earth – from Thistledale to Tuscany: from Bridlington to Brazil.

Join Mikron, who travel everywhere by canal, river and road, for a farm-fresh, full-fat, fair-trade fable about one of the nation's favourite foods.

Till the Cows Come Home is at Aymestrey Parish Hall on Friday, September 5 at 7.30pm. To book, call 01568 709031/ 770367/770486/ 770224.