Old Day School, Bluntisham


Bluntisham and Colne Stage Group

It's a sign

We now have a sign declaring the Old Day School as our home.  It was officially unveiled during last Saturday’s Open Day: Very nice!

BaCStage Open Day, September 21st from 1pm

BaCStage are having an Open Day at the Old Day School, Bluntisham on Saturday 21st September.  All are welcome to come along and meet some of us, find out more about what we do both on-stage and behind the scenes and, if you like what you see, maybe even join the group.  There will be…
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Chim-chimenee, chim-chimenee

We’ve carried out some more important maintenance work at the Old Day School this month, repairing a chimney that was looking rather less sturdy than one of Nick’s stage sets (make of that what you will). Just erecting the scaffolding was a major undertaking in itself. Once it was up, some brave souls with a…
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You're all invited to Deborah's Party

After much reading of scripts, and no little scratching of heads, we have decided upon Deborah’s Party by Geoff Bamber as our production for November 2013.  We have performed plays by Geoff Bamber before, most recently How Does Your Garden Grow? in 2011 which proved popular with cast and audience alike, so we should all…
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Actors wanted – apply within

… or send us an email using the contact form on our home page.  Go on, you know you want to!

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

Recently, after one of our script readings, James found a dog in the road outside the ODS.  At first glance it looked hurt but on closer inspection it was OK, but apparently lost.  No-one in the group knew whose dog it was, and neither did anyone in the pub.  It did have a collar saying…
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Too much sunshine? Have a barbeque!

In 2013 a crack acting unit was sent to the Old Day School in Bluntisham to commit crimes against frozen meat products.  These men promptly cowered under an awning in the playground.  Today, still wanted by the director, they survive as chefs of fortune.  If your garden is looking dry or your lawn is a…
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Sniggering like naughty schoolchildren

There have been echoes of times past at the Old Day School recently as we’ve sat around in a circle, some of us on authentically small primary-school furniture (we have big chairs too; it’s personal preference), sniggering like naughty schoolchildren. What has prompted these outbursts of collective juvenile behaviour?  I’m glad you asked that.  We’ve…
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Rumplestiltskin – Access all areas

In what will be the last posting about Rumplestiltskin (far be it from me to flog a dead horse…) here we have some candid “behind the scenes” photos from our most recent production. Thank you to all who contributed pictures. Building Hamalot A workman cuddling his tool Down in the dungeons How short is the…
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… so his name is – Roger!  What is it, boys and girls?  That’s right – it’s Rumplestiltskin! Last weekend we completed the run of our latest production, Roger, and a great success it was too.  You can see many photos of it here. This was one of our largest and most ambitious productions to…
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