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A Harlequin Wedding

A harlequin is a clown or buffoon, meaning the boys are raging with hormones and the girls are fools who give them what they want.

The character of Harlequin - or 'Arlecchino' - originated in the Commedia dell'arte, the improvised theatre of 16th-century Italy. He was a wily and unscrupulous servant whose clothes were covered in patches. His face was covered with a black half-mask which also had a bushy moustache and whiskery beard. (Google).

Some people like to do things differently!

For the Harlequin Wedding you can choose from all that The Manor House has to offer and in addition we will be delighted to discuss with you any individual requests you have to make your big day individual and special to you.

We can also explore any catering requirements you may have including Indian, Italian, Mexican or any other.