The Castaway Theatre Group in Yeovil are just starting their run of Bugsy Malone! Good luck castaways and we look forward to more of your wonderful photos! Thursday 22nd – Saturday 24th June.
More pics from Bugsy you don’t usually get to see! A lovely ‘waitress moment’ as Bugsy and Blousey make plans. This from the Conquest Youth Theatre’s (Bromyard) production in 2009. Wonderful daydreaming expression – one I employ myself from time
The winner of the talking sandwich prize for the most performed play from the Offbeat vaults has to be Rob Hockley’s Darkness in the Night, which is no surprise really. This moody and dark shot (shades of ‘Queen’), is from
As we stagger towards a short Bugsy break at Easter, I thought I’d pick a photo that isn’t of gangsters or showgirls! In mid song is Cagey Joe, with Leroy in front. Makes a change! I particularly like the ‘boxer’
This is a fantastic finale shot from St Edmunds School in Canterbury! We supplied some guns and as many costumes as we could to help out. Even if we get booked up we still have spare costumes we can gather
In this version of ‘Alice’The Tweedles & Alice end up on a boat. This is a beautifully lit photo – clocks looking like stars. Fantastic. Love it. Retford Youth Theatre. Costumes by Offbeat.
The Offbeat ‘Alice’ costumes have had an outing! Retford Youth Theatre have been performing a version of ‘Alice’ (there are many) and from the few photos I’ve seen so far, it looks pretty amazing. Great set, moody lighting & I’m
Just looking through a few photos for steampunk costume pics and I found this fantastically moody shot from our Beauty and the Beast production a few years back. We did use steampunk costumes in that show, but not for the
This great shot of singing and dancing Hoods is from the recent production of Bugsy Malone by Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School in Rochester. We weren’t able to supply the school with many costumes or guns, but we helped out
Fantastic publicity shot from the recent Bugsy Malone production by Festival Productions at the National Concert Hall in Dublin. I just love the determined and serious attention these hoods are giving – the car’s pretty good as well! Also loving