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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Shakespeare’s forgotten rock and roll masterpiece comes to Bruton

Shakespeare’s forgotten rock and roll masterpiece comes to Bruton

The musical successor to the sci-fi horror classic movie, with added rock & roll and laughs, is coming to Bruton in April. It may also bear a passing resemblance to The Tempest, if you haven’t seen the film..

Bruton and Batcombe Players are staging the show in the 12th, 13th and 14th of April in the Fitzjames Theatre at Kings.

Tickets are £10 (£5 for kids) and are available from Church Bridge Stores or call 813788.

The cast at rehearsal

 

Somerset Sight seeks volunteers in Bruton

Somerset Sight seeks volunteers in Bruton

Somerset Sight is a standalone charity that was first established in 1919, so we celebrate our Centenary next year! We started in 1919 to help the veterans returning from the trenches at the end of WW1 as many of them were suffering sight loss due to being injured or gassed during that conflict, and since… Continue Reading

Acting training for young people

Acting training for young people

A few years ago Bruton-based Jack Price started training actors in the Community Hall in Bruton and  put on a play at the Hobhouse Theatre. The training work continued with young people at Sexey’s School and the Red Brick Building in Glastonbury and Youth Cinema was born. We screened the work young people made with… Continue Reading

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