Join us below stairs at Bagshot House

Some behind-the-scenes photos from our latest production ‘Murdered to Death’, starting with the obligatory “Man crushed by falling stage” picture:

Man beneath a stage

 

Coconut Moose, the all-seeing resident of Bagshot House:

Coconut Moose

 

Some off-stage cues for the actors:

Miss Maple
Pratt

 

The Saturday after-show Bash – “Tonight we’re gonna party like it’s 1936”:

Party time

 

While others partied, Carol was doing some important BaCStage admin:

Paperwork

Must have been a tough job, judging by the number of beers.

 

The buffet proved as popular as ever:

The buffet

The Guinness chocolate cake in particular didn’t hang around for long.

 

Breaking the set:

Nightmare!

We take Health and Safety very seriously at BaCStage.

 

So you’ve seen the show, or the photos at least.  If you think it looks like fun to be a part of all this, you’d be right – and we’d love to hear from you.  Newbies are always welcome at BaCStage.  Two of our cast for “Murdered…” joined us only last year; without them we couldn’t have staged it or our previous production Deborah’s Party, and already it seems like they’ve been around for ages (in a good way, you understand).  It’s only about 4 years since this Pratt joined the group as well.  It’s not just acting, either – DIY, sound & lights, painting, costumes, front-of-house, publicity, props, stage management, photography, gardening, baking cakes, even directing… it’s a long list.  Above all though it’s a social thing – a great bunch of people having a good laugh together.  If you’d like to join the fun contact us through this here website.

If on the other hand you’d rather just sit back and be entertained then that’s fine by us as well.  As soon as we’ve decided what we’re doing next and when we’re going to do it, details will appear on this blog.  There may well be a few irreverent (or irrelevant) posts appearing here in the meantime, so watch this space!

 

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