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Tag: In Need of Care

New BaCStage 3-in-1 with triple acting action!

Can you believe it’s been a week already?  A week since the last park bench was taken, a week since Shirley and Rita’s hiding place was found, and a week since Bluntisham’s most famous pair of frilly knickers made their latest (although probably not their last) public appearance.  This time last week we were completing…
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5… 4… 3… 2… 1…

BaCStage are GO!  Anything could happen in the next half-week or so. We have constructed all 5 stage sets – park, barn, house, brick museum and shrubbery – and worked out how to light them all. The park has 4 real benches!  The brick museum has real bricks!  The barn has an actual barn door! …
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One week to go!

There’s just a week until opening night – tickets on sale now! “Oh my Lola! All I do is for you! I adore you!” “Woof!” “…don’t mention blue serge gym knickers – ugh!” “When I go to work I’m going to get a car. I could take my mum out shopping and things” “Who wants…
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Stop press – tickets now on sale!

Tickets are now on sale from Bluntisham Service Station for our next production, priced at £8 each. Those of you lucky people living in the Bluntisham area will receive your very own paper copy of this flier soon – if you haven’t done so already!  It may even be delivered by an actor, but don’t…
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Autumn '15 Play Casts

BaCStage presents three one-act plays: A Talk in the Park, a comedy by Alan Ayckbourn In Need of Care, a drama by David E Rowley Night at the (Brick) Museum, a comedy by Wendy Rolph Thursday 15th, Friday 16th and Saturday 17th October 2015 at 7.30pm Bluntisham Village Hall   A Talk in the Park…
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It's all gone quiet over there

You might be thinking that the lack of activity on this blog in recent weeks points to a lack of activity at BaCStage towers.  Let me assure you though, dear reader, that nothing could be further from the truth.  It is precisely because there is so much going on that no-one has had time to…
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You wait ages for a play and then…

… three come along at once! Yes, that’s right, we have finally settled on our Autumn programme.  After much reading, talking, tea drinking (and, I must confess, a bit of procrastination), we… still couldn’t agree on a play to perform, so we decided to do two… which then became three.  We’re stopping at three though,…
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