Old Day School, Bluntisham

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Bluntisham and Colne Stage Group

BaCStage Easter Eggstravaganza!

By Easter we were eggspecting to be white in the midst of our spring production. If you had said “you shell all be cooped up inside” we would have thought…
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He's Watching You

He's watching you…

… watching him watching you watching him! We’ve had two packed and highly entertaining sittings at Cafe Rene so far, with two more to come today! The evening show is…
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We'll meet again…

…but unlike Vera, we know where and we know when as Bluntisham Village Hall is transformed into Bagshot House for Secondary Cause of Death this coming Thursday, Friday and Saturday!…
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18

18 and counting…

18 dead deceased murdered copses?  That would be going some with a cast of only 10 characters.  Many secondary causes of death there… 18 days till opening night?  As it…
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Talking carrots? Monsters under the bed? It must be Christmas

Tis the season to be jolly… jolly baffled by this year’s crop of Christmas TV adverts.  Personally, I can’t help but feel nostalgic for simpler, more innocent times, when a…
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It's been a busy old Autumn

Two shows in as many months?  Crivens!  We asked Must We Go To Bluntisham? in September before inviting you to Take Your Seats for our 20th Anniversary in October. During…
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Happy birthday to us

We enjoyed another good turn-out for part two of our birthday celebrations at Bluntisham Village Hall on Saturday.  We say it every time, but we really do mean it –…
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'Take Your Seats' and you will be watching…

As you may have gathered from recent posts like this one or this one, we have a show “Take Your Seats” coming up to celebrate our 20th anniversary. “Really?  When’s…
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It was 20 years ago today

Actually it was 20 years ago a week last Tuesday, give or take a month or two either way, but who’s counting? Back in 1997 Christine had the idea to…
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Project 6-17: Whitby

The morning of Friday 23rd June 2017 dawned much like any other for the unsuspecting residents of Whitby. Hoteliers, fisher-folk and pirates all went about their business as usual, blissfully…
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