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
The review of The Frog King by Alfred Mann for the Bromyard Info Magazine (1st edition August 2017) “Having seen Offbeat’s last production The Raven (“The Killing of Poe” – Ed), which was quite dark with lots of obscure literary
At the beginning of August, Offbeat Theatre had an absolute blast performing The Frog King in Bredenbury. Our unusual location required us to convert 4 rooms and a few corridors into a magical fairytale-land – which we did over the
The next Offbeat Theatre production has been a long time coming. After the darkness that was The Killing of Poe in February 2016 we had the promise of a lighter one act play courtesy of The Space in December 2016,
SPY SCHOOL is a one act musical – runs 50-60 minutes. Just right for the end of year production for your 10 – 13 year olds (ok, I know a few bigger kids who would love spy school as well!).
The very very silly ‘May Contain Nuts!’ gets another outing on Saturday 30th April (see poster) This is what it says about Nuts on our Offbeat Plays site Involves: An awful lot of silliness, dressing up as pirates, mysterious old
Dark, Depressing, Dripping with Symbolism and Ultimately Uplifting…. The Killing of Poe – Offbeat Theatre at St. Richard’s School, Wednesday 17th February.
Last night SPYS (Sodbury Players Youth Section) won the Best Youth award for their production of Rob Hockley’s “Darkness in the night” at the Bristol One-act drama festival!!!! Congratulations from all at OffbeatTheatre – especially a delighted playwright. We’re proud
Sounds fun doesn’t it! The Killing of Poe, Offbeat’s latest show, is playing a few venues locally and (if we’re honest) we’d quite like a few more. But, that aside, this has been quite a journey. When I start to