Jo and Roger who performed 1940s songs as part of BaCStage’s onstage radio play of It’s a Wonderful Life, are hosting a concert on Saturday 19th October 2019 at Colne Village Hall in aid of Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.
Last week we completed a successful run of It’s a Wonderful Life. The radio-on-stage play format was something new for us, including many roles per actor, lots of accents (and hats), and sound effects created live on stage, among other things. You can see some photos from the show here, although it must be said… Read more
Tickets are now on sale for our next show, It’s a Wonderful Life. They are available from Bluntisham Service Station, or online via TicketSource. Following the success of our “free” raffle ticket offer for our last production (buy two tickets in advance and save £1, which you can spend on raffle tickets) we are again pricing… Read more
Who is this flaxen-haired rock god… … and what has he to do with our upcoming 20th anniversary show? We’ll be getting the band back together as we’re joined by some former ‘Stagers making welcome returns, and we’ll be performing a mix of classic hits and new material. More details coming soon… Let’s rock!
Our world tour got off to a flying start last night in Colne, and concludes tonight in Pidley. Among many firsts for us in this show we have the first selfie taken on-stage during a performance: How is this even possible? Come along to Pidley tonight and find out!
I don’t want to alarm anyone of a sensitive disposition, but I think it only fair to warn you that in our next production, Virtue Triumphant, some characters will be dancing a hornpipe. One of the cast at least does know what she’s doing. Unfortunately it’s the other three who will be performing the dance… Read more
The days are counting down The time is almost here When the panto comes to town So everybody cheer! The actors are all keen Each has learned their part They have some magic beans Which are sure to make them f…fantastic BaCStage presents “Dick Whittington and his Cat” a pantomime by Sean Baker and Bill… Read more
No, it’s not the world’s worst sat-nav – it’s the next BaCStage production: Dick Whittington and his Cat Yes indeed, it’s panto time again at BaCStage. As is our wont, we will be staging our panto during half-term week in February. We do this so that our junior cast members, of whom there are several,… Read more
Two weeks from today BaCStage and the Meridian Singers will join forces in a commemorative event to remember those from the villages of Bluntisham and Earith who served during the First World War. There will also be an exhibition dedicated to the men from both villages – those who died and those who came home.… Read more