If there’s one Yorkshirewoman who’s made a heavy imprint on the hearts of the nation, it’s Amanda Owen. Uprooting her life from busy Huddersfield and swapping the security of town life for muddy boots in the sticks, the 46-year-old shepherdess has bared her soul to us in books and on the small screen – allowing us fly-on-the-wall access to life on Ravenseat Farm.
And now, after amassing an army of loyal followers, Amanda Owen is set to hit the road this Autumn – giving fans a deeper insight to her life, behind-the-scenes of Our Yorkshire Farm, and the moments we don’t see on the tele.
Taking to the stage in a string of shows this autumn & winter, the beloved TV star will tour both Yorkshire and the UK sharing heartwarming tales from the farm – along with funny and honest anecdotes about what life is really like at Ravenseat.
If that wasn’t all, the star will uncover more about how her path led her to where she is today, highs and lows included, with some of Amanda’s own photography to accompany that promise to showcase what the four seasons are like on the farm (troublesome snow included!).
For those who’ve been following the show closely, Amanda promises to reveal further details about the family’s current renovation project – which will see the Owens depart from Ravenseat Farm and start life anew on a farm of their very own. So far, fans have only caught small glimpses of the project on Our Yorkshire Farm, with the family bumping into a number of roadblocks along the way.
Amanda is also set to discuss what life is life as a mother of nine, something that has long fascinated fans of the farmer. The close-knit family has become well-known for their admirable bond, which has seen them work effortlessly together to continue the smooth running of the working farm. Check out the dates for the tour below.
- 13th November: Cardiff, New Theatre
- 14th November: Westlands, Yeovil
- 23rd November: Southend-on-Sea, Palace Theatre
- 24th November: Folkstone, Leas Cliff Hall
- 27th November: Carlisle, The Sand Centre
- 1st December: Ulverston, The Coro
- 8th December: Lytham St. Annes, Lowther Pavillion
- 11th December: Harrogate, Harrogate City Hall
It is currently unknown when Our Yorkshire Farm will return to screens, however, fans can pick up tickets to Adventures of The Yorkshire Shepherdess: An Evening with Amanda Owen here.
[Featured image: Publicity photo/Adventures of the Yorkshire Shepherdess]