We’ve just started a new board on Pinterest for our own costume hires. We already have a very general 1920s one – full of seriously amazing costumes you wouldn’t dream of splurging – just to give you some design ides.
We love it when our customers send s fabulous photos of their Bugsy Malone productions! This school actually had a photoshoot prior to the performance (which is still to happen at time of writing). Thanks to Luke Warwick Photography for
The Script Store – as you know (of course) sells on scripts penned by playwrights who may, or may not, also be teachers of drama and youth theatre leaders. We wanted to offer an easy marketplace solution to the eternal
We love it when happy customers come back to us, years later, to hire our Bugsy Malone costumes and guns. In 2015 York Stage Musicals provided a few lovely pics from their production and the moody Hoods shot is an
A rare pic of Dandy Dan giving orders (I imagine)! We had a few lovely pics sent from the summer school show of Bugsy Malone at The Hawth Theatre in Crawley. Also pictured : the showgirls take to the stage
The lovely thing about the ‘life as a journey’ metaphor, is that you never stop creating, changing and growing. And, one of the many beautiful things about theatre is that we always have the next show to work on –
When I was in my 20s I had a sudden urge to paint. I had emerged from a difficult time and found myself in a relatively peaceful place and was drawn back to theatre, to creativity and expression. But, totally
We’d love to share some music with you. Wonderland is full of strange and glorious sounds, but the sound of a company singing away heartily whilst playing bashing away at croquet with inflatable pink flamingoes, has to be one of
Our lovely new site THE SCRIPT STORE – has lots of new scripts on it. Who would have thought… We would LOVE to hear from any writers out there who write plays for schools and youth groups and would like
Another wonderfully atmospheric photo from The New Theatre Royal Lincoln’s recent production of Alice. This one with a magical flowerbed of talking flowers and a butterflies. Flowers by Offbeat Theatre.