Sunny Ormonde, star of BBC Radio 4’s The Archers, will delight audiences across Cheshire this autumn.

The Knutsford-born actor, who has played Lilian Bellamy on the radio show for the past 16 years, will perform in Kelsall.

During the show, entitled Sunny Ormonde – The One, Sunny will entertain audiences with tales of her distinguished career. She will perform at Kelsall Primary School on Friday, September 30 at 7.30pm.

Tickets for the show, suitable for ages 16 and above, are available directly from the venues and can be booked by calling 01829 751031 for Kelsall.

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Sunny Ormonde’s portrayal of the “outrageous and raunchy” Lilian Bellamy has made her one of The Archers listeners’ favourite characters. Her antics have kept the nation gripped and entertained, whether it be riding around Ambridge on a Harley Davidson, drinking The Bull and the cider shed dry with Eddie Grundy, or absconding to Costa Rica with her beloved and very recently departed Tiger!

During the show Sunny will fill audiences in on favourite pieces from her long and distinguished acting career, including Shirley Valentine and Under Milk Wood, and behind-the-scenes stories from The Archers.

There will also be a question and answer session about the making of the Archers during the show.

Sunny said: “Having been born in Knutsford, I am so looking forward to performing my show in the county in which I grew up.

“Lots of the stories in my show are about my Cheshire years and I cannot wait to share them and meet all of the lovely Cheshire audiences.”