Lots of fund-raising activity has been going on and much more is planned for this year. Click here to read more about it and get involved.
James Hay, a former member of BLT, has written and is directing a one act play Fire Bird at the Churchill Theatre Studio on Saturday 21st April at 3-00 and 8-00. James needs one male and one female actor, both in their late 20s/early 30s. The female actor needs to look as if she could be a prima ballerina – although there is no dancing in the play. There is no fee but it sounds like a great opportunity and […]
Director Nikki Packham announces her cast for Snake in the Grass by Alan Ayckbourn; Annabel Chester – Debbie Hedges Miriam Chester – Heather Wain Alice Moody – Maxine Edwards For more information about the play click here.
In our New Year’s BLTin we said that the party for our hardworking volunteers on Saturday 3rd February would be between 2.00 and 5.00pm. It’s actually going to be from 7.00 to 10.00 – sorry about that and hope our mistake hasn’t caused too much confusion! But, as Hilary Cordery has said, if you have sold a ticket, poured a glass of wine, opened the doors to the auditorium or volunteered in any other way for BLT over the last […]
We were pleased to welcome remotegoat to BLT last week to see Treasure Island and they gave us 4 stars! Well done to everyone involved! Here is their review.
Director Richard Stewart announces his cast for The Wasp by Morgan Lloyd Malcom; Heather: Laura Adams Carla: Laura Ings Self For more information about the play click here.
Director Jane Lobb announces her cast for Honeymoon Suite by Richard Bean; Eleanor Healy – Irene Robert O’Neill – Eddie Ruth Jarvis – Izzy Bruce Wallace – Tits Pauline Armour – Marfleet Stevie Hughes – Whitchell For more information about the play, click here.
Please note that the date of the Pygmalion audition has had to be changed. It will now be at the theatre on Sunday 21st January 2018 at 4.00pm.
by Arthur Rochester When November’s planned production of Hedda Gabler had to be replaced, Pauline Armour’s choice of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads could be described as inspired. Originally written for nineteen-eighties television, these monologues are ideally suited to live performance in a small auditorium and, on the evening I attended, received one of the most enthusiastic responses I can recall at BLT for some time. Straight from directing what she described as ‘a cast of thousands’ in Great Britain, Pauline, sharing […]
Director Colleen Batson announces her cast for Proof by David Auburn: Robert Chris Cullen Catherine Barbara Frenzel Hal Luke Dahill Claire Orietta Subrizi For more information about the play click here.