We now have our new home, but need a male actor
We have completed our move from St Paul's Church, and have held our first AGM at our new base - the United Reform Church, West St, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 3PG (on the corner of Stanley Street South).
Our next One Act play, "Between Mouthfuls" by Alan Ayckbourn, has been cast.
This play will be performed at both the Bristol and Avon one-act festivals next year.
We would welcome new members, and people who would like to be part of our Crew, Backstage and Front of House, as well as actors for future productions.
For information, please contact Christine on 0117-9772882, or by email.
Click here to download a spreadsheet listing copies of play scripts which are held by the group.
To borrow a copy please contact Steve Andrews, email email@example.com.
Our most recent productions
Avon One Act Festival, 2017 (Feb 24th/25th)
We entered "And Go to Innisfree" by Jean Lenox Toddie, directed by Christine Sargent.
Click here for further details.
Time of My Life
Our most recent full length production, in September 2016, was "Time of my Life", by Alan Ayckbourn.
Click here for further details. Avon One Act Festival 2016
We are delighted to announce that "The Arrangement", by Toby Rome,
won the Geoffrey Whitworth Award for best original script in the 2016 Avon one-act festival, performed at the Backwell Playhouse.
Jo Cross was nominated for the best actress award.
Toby is one of our more prolific writers, and was awarded second place in 2014 with "Twenty Twenty" at the same venue.
See photo at lower left of Toby being presented with the trophy by the Deputy Mayor of Cardiff, where the final was held.
Showcase Evening 2016
This was held on Friday March 18th in St Paul's Church, Coronation Rd, Southville.
The evening opened with a repeat of "The Arrangement" by Toby Rome (see above).
It was followed by the first Bristol appearance of The Second Majors Beer Band, Joe Marsden's new project, playing Bavarian Oompah style covers of modern classics.
The evening ended with a reading of one of Christine Sargent's excellent monologues, followed by a rehearsed reading of "Her Tongue" by Henry Arthur Jones.