Friday, 26. June 2015 11:03 | Author:designer_admin
Our dedicated and hugely talented Cast have been in rehearsals for several weeks, crafting and refining their performances. Both shows are going to be fabulous!
Our grateful thanks to John Redgrave at the Bristol School of Performing Arts for looking after us during rehearsals, to James Helps & Bristol Costume Services and to Jonathan Howell for his fight direction.
Photos by our stage manager Guy Benedict Jones.
Category:CAST, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, TOUR NEWS, TWELFTH NIGHT |
Sunday, 10. May 2015 11:24 | Author:designer_admin
It’s always a great thrill to welcome new members to the Cast of GB Theatre Company. This year we are joined by (surnames in alphabetic order) Joseph Black, Alex Gartshore, Jennifer Higham, Vincenzo Pellegrino, Rebecca Wingate and Chris Yapp.
It’s also a huge delight to welcome back some of the incredible actors from previous tours. Anyone who saw last year’s tour will recognise Philippa Howard, Jenny Johns, Madeleine Leslay & Barrie Palmer. The shows are once again directed by the brilliant Ed Viney and our stage manager is Benedict Jones.
You can view their professional biographies on the Cast Profile page.
Category:CAST, THEATRE NEWS, TOUR NEWS |
Sunday, 1. March 2015 10:29 | Author:designer_admin
We can now announce that GB Theatre Company will be performing two of William Shakespeare’s finest comedies – Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing.
We are busy contacting potential venues around the UK and overseas. If you have a suitable open-air venue please contact Barrie Palmer on 07974 790675.
Casting will take place early in the Spring and tour details will be announced here first.
Category:TOUR NEWS |
Monday, 25. August 2014 10:31 | Author:designer_admin
Our 2014 tour has finished with a fabulous weekend at Arundel Castle. Thank you to the Duke of Norfolk, to Castle Manager Bryan McDonald and all the Castle staff who made us so welcome. Finally, a special thank you to our audiences around the country. We will be back in 2015 – details will be announced here!
Sunday, 10. August 2014 10:34 | Author:designer_admin
Askham Bryan College provided a great setting for The Comedy of Errors last night. Thank you to everybody who came. Tonight, Macbeth!
Category:THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, YORK |
Friday, 8. August 2014 10:36 | Author:designer_admin
Our first evening at Appleby Castle was terrific! A large audience brought picnics (or bought Shakespeare burgers) and enjoyed the evening sun before the show. A special thank you to the many volunteers from 1st Appleby-in-Westmorland Scout Group who assisted the Castle staff on the car parks. We will add more photos from the show on our Gallery page in the next few days.
Category:APPLEBY CASTLE, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS |
Monday, 21. July 2014 10:37 | Author:designer_admin
After a fabulous weekend performing in Manchester, our thoughts turn to next weekend’s shows at the magnificent Tudor house Kentwell Hall. Tickets are still available from www.kentwell.co.uk.
NOTE: See our Gallery page for more photographs from both shows and from previous tours. We will be adding further images throughout the tour.
Category:MANCHESTER, TOUR NEWS |
Saturday, 19. July 2014 10:41 | Author:designer_admin
More first night in Manchester photos will be added later today.
Category:MANCHESTER, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS |
Saturday, 19. July 2014 10:39 | Author:designer_admin
4 star review from Manchester Evening News:
“The performance of the night was Mia Keadell‘s unstintingly chirpy Dromio (above), while Jonathan Mulquin (below) also maintained an impressive fever pitch of farcical incredulity as Antiphones of Ephesus.”
Category:CAST, MANCHESTER, REVIEWS |
Friday, 11. July 2014 10:42 | Author:designer_admin
Reading School was the venue of our opening show on Sunday & Monday before moving on to Chepstow Castle for Tuesdays show. Thank you to the appreciative audiences!
We are now in Windsor, performing two private shows for Andrew Try, his friends & special guests. The spectacular stage is the remains of Andrew’s family home that was deliberately blown up by British forces (practicing explosives) during the second World War.
Cast figuring out how to use the stage space. Photo: Ed Viney (director)
Thursdays performance of The Comedy of Errors. Photo: Nancy Medina (assistant director)