Stratford upon Avon

ROYAL SHAKESPEARE THEATRE

February 17, 2016 – March 5, 2016

 

 

The Bear Pit of Stratford upon Avon

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Dominic Skinner (Flute); Shirley Allwork (Starveling); Roger Ganner (Quince); Nicky Cox (Group director); David Mears (Bottom); Charlotte Froud (Snug); David Southeard (Snout) Photo by  Topher McGrillis © RSC

Everyone at The Bear Pit Theatre plays an important part in creating our work and sharing it with our audiences. The Bear Pit Associate Artists are a group of unique and talented actors and directors who have worked closely with the Artistic Director to develop and further the creative work of The Bear Pit Theatre. WEBSITE

 

The Nonentities of Kidderminster

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Patrick Bentley (Starveling); Andrew Bingham (Snug); Stephen Downing (Group Director); Sue Downing (Quince);  Simon Hawkins (Snout); Chris Clarke (Bottom); Alex Powell (Flute – not pictured) Photo by  Topher McGrillis © RSC

The Nonentities Society is a long-established and successful Amateur Dramatic company – members of The Little Theatre Guild, and owners of The Rose Theatre. We usually present up to ten of our own shows a year and, in addition, hire the Theatre to a number of other local performance groups and Operatic Societies. We also present a number of professional shows each year – plays, bands, comedy nights and lots more. We are very proud to be able to make such a positive contribution to the cultural life of the Wyre Forest and surrounding areas. WEBSITE

Shakespeare on tour: The West Midlands

THE SCHOOLS
Alveston C of E Primary School
Bridgetown Primary School
St. Gregory’s Catholic Primary School

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The RST, Stratford upon Avon

For an account of London’s visit to the Stratford production please click here

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 Photos by  Topher McGrillis © RSC

The Nonentities set about disproving their company’s name with distinctiveness, gusto and real craft. (The Guardian)

 

Home town heroes Bearpit Theatre playing Bottom and the gang were totally up to the level of the pros around them (Time Out)

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One thought on “Stratford upon Avon

  1. Jenny Solomons says:

    Saw both amateur groups perform at Stratford recently. Fabulous funny performances from both sets in a delightful and upbeat production. Good luck around rest of country

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