BaCStage are looking for a new treasurer to look after our finances for us. Previous experience of book-keeping would be useful but not essential. Our current treasurer, Jane, would like to hand the role over to someone else to give her more time for the various other things she does for us. She is more than happy to help bring the new person up to speed.
We are also looking for some DIY-ers to help us with the ongoing project of maintaining our home, the Old Day School in Bluntisham. As you may know, the ODS is a Victorian building and as such it is old and a bit crumbly round the edges (like some of our actors – yoof Ed). Our next day of cleaning, tidying, painting, decorating and general maintenance is on Saturday August 11th and any help will be much appreciated.
If you can help us out with either our books or our maintenance we’d love to hear from you – leave us a comment here or on our facebook page, or mail us at email@example.com.
What’s in it for you? Well, along with the warm fuzzy feeling you’ll get from helping out your local am-dram group, you will also become part of the BaCStage social circle which ranges from regular post-rehearsal pub trips to the Green Man in Colne to the more ambitious adventures we sometimes undertake. Those of us who “do” BaCStage do it for the drama, and also for the socialising. In case you’re wondering, helping us out behind the scenes doesn’t mean you’ll be press-ganged into getting up on stage but if you ever decide you fancy trying a bit of acting, you’ll be in the perfect place!