Author: BCP-Media-Team

Ghosts – Ibsen the Godfather

Haymarket Theatre

Imagine that you’re part of an audience out for an evening’s entertainment. It’s July 14 1914, you’re at the Haymarket Theatre in the West End of London. You’re about to see a performance of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts.  There’s a buzz of

Ghosts – Henrik Ibsen adapted by Mike Poulton

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To be performed at The Mill Arts Centre 10-13 July 2019 Directed by John McCormick The Cast is as follows: Jacob Engstrand – Anthony Collier Mrs. Helen Alving – Hilary Beaton Pastor Manders – Phillip Croxson Osvald Alving – Ben

Contractions – Mike Bartlett

Contractions by Mike Bartlett

Directed by Chrissie Garrett The Cast is as follows: The Manager – Nikki Dixon Emma – Almira Brion This is a dystopian one act play and has a history of being a winner. A powerful, disturbing, chilling drama about work

Death Knell – James Cawood

Death Knell

Performed at The Mill Arts Centre 1-4 May 2019 Directed by Linda Shaw The Cast is as follows Henry Roth – Andrew Parsons Evelyn Roth – Fiona Mikel Jack Willoughby – Steve Ramsden DCI Lazan – Sam Brassington Successful Playwright

GamePlan – Alan Ayckbourn

 Was performed at The Mill Arts Centre 13-16 February 2019 Directed by Liz Riley The Cast list for GamePlan is as follows. Teenager Sorrel fights to keep herself and her abandoned mother, once a businesswoman, financially afloat by setting

GamePlan Review by Lance Bassett

GamePlan Cast Jim Muller

GamePlan, the second play of the BCP season, is written by Alan Ayckbourn, and it shows. This is a funny play, although as many Ayckbourn productions do, it does descend into darker issues in the second act. The plot however

Audience with Murder – Roger Leach & Colin Wakefield

Audience with Murder

Was performed at The Mill Arts Centre 21-24 November 2018 Directed by Terry Gallager The play begins in the living room of Alan and Sue, where they are joined by Kelly and Dean to read a play that Sue has

The Thrill of Love by Amanda Whittington

Banbury Cross Players will perform The Thrill of Love at The Mill Arts Centre from 20-23 November 2019. The play will be directed by Tara Lacy. Audition dates will be announced soon. Tara is an experienced actor, performing both in

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie 1986

Pinoccio 1986