Theatre in Banbury BCPtheatre

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The Hollow

The Hollow by Agatha Christie, the third play of our 2015/2016 Season, will be performed from Wed 20th to Sat 23rd April 2016.

A relaxing weekend with friends and family at The Hollow, the home of Sir Henry and Lucy Angkatell turns into intrigue when murder follows romance.


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If you're joining us for #BCPGamePlan at The Mill Arts Centre this week, we have a double treat in store for you as you pick up your tickets, programme and interval drink....

Putting you in time and place for the show - the dot com boom of the... https://t.co/5sc06qhlHC

ICYMI ...

Listen again to Tara and Roger chatting to Stew Live... https://t.co/jGTVMdULRd

#BCPGamePlan
Head on over to Puritans Radio at to hear cast members Tara Lacey and Roger Riley spill the beans on BCP's forthcoming production of Alan Ayckbourn's "GamePlan"

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CANCELLED

Unfortunately, tonight's (29 Jan) Play Reading has had to be cancelled.

Hope to see you next week!

TERRIFIC TUESDAYS "Seditiously funny" ... is how Martin McDonagh's play 'Hangmen' is described. Join us this week as Jane Shanahan leads a reading of this play

Check out the NT page for more details of the play... https://t.co/kdKehvmR9m…/ntlout15-hangmen

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We meet every Tuesday evening at The Mill Art Centre, which has its own Theatre in Banbury BCPtheatre for workshops, play readings, discussions and general meetings. Come and join us – you’ll be glad you did! This is in addition to 4 full scale plays per year.

Banbury Cross Players produce four full length plays a year, performed in the theatre at The Mill Arts Centre, but there’s much more. We regularly take part in Drama Festivals in Oxfordshire and have an annual Season Preview event and have performed at other interesting locations such as Wroxton Abbey, Upton House, Sulgrave Manor, Abbey Theatre in Abingdon and The RSC Courtyard at Stratford.

We have a thriving social scene outside of our productions and events – going to see other shows, taking part in events run by other societies. Regardless of what shows are in production, we meet every Tuesday evening, 8pm at The Mill Arts Centre where we read plays, run workshops, hold quizzes, attend lectures from visiting speakers and generally talk theatre to like-minded people.

In addition to actors we always need technicians with skills and enthusiasm in wood and metalwork, sound and lighting, and also props and costumes. People with these skills will need to work closely with other members of the company and understand that the demands of different productions are infinitely variable.

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