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.
I just love this photo of the King and Queen of Hearts and OFFBEAT playing cards! We sent a few costumes over to the New Theatre Royal Lincoln for their recent (fantastic looking) production of Alice In Wonderland!
This is more like it! We did a production of Beauty and the Beast a few years back and I created/assembled steampunk costumes for the musicians, stage crew and narrator/singer (pictured). About to create a whole lot more for a
One of the things we do at Offbeat HQ is make costumes and props. We usually start with a production of our own and then, if there’s a demand, we hire them out! After a production of Alice’s Adventures last
I absolutely love this wonderfully moody shot of a few Hoods from York Musical’s production of Bugsy Malone. Treasured photos indeed! I have more than a few myself, but this is special.
Which is just as well as it’s booked out in February! A sneak preview of some of the costumes that made it onto the stage last year in a lovely production by St Richard’s School, Bredenbury. You can see more
This was a fantastic set to work on. After Juliet is a moody, brooding beast of a one act play set just after the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. It deals with the anger, pain and frustration of Romeo and
This is my idea of a dramatic dress! I just love to take an existing plain dress and make something completely different and rather unusual out of it. I confess, I’m not much good making clothes from patterns. In fact,