Shots from our most recent production, The Nativity (who knew puppets were so biblical?)
Check us out (bottom left) – yes, that’s SatG doing Merchant of Venice being used in the promotional material for the RSC’s Open Stages National Showcase. Respect. Buy tickets here.
It’s the first night of Merry Wives of Windsor tomorrow which can only mean one thing – Shakespearean Selfie time…
Dr Caius (Reuben Milne)
Parson Evans (Mark Hebert)
Pistol (Perry Incledon-Webber)
Nym (Josephine Hussey)
Rugby (Les Roberts)
Mistress Quickly (Rosemary Eason)
Bardolph (Richard Fitt)
Simple & Slender (Andy Wilkes & Ray Livermore)
Nym & Host (Josephine Hussey & James Rowe)
The stage is set….
Sir John Falstaff (Richard Sockett) tries on a range of headgear…
Merry Wives of Windsor rehearsals in full swing:
Richard Sockett (Falstaff) firmly put into his (rather malodorous) place by Alex Priestley (Mrs Ford) and Paula Incledon-Weber (Mrs Page).
Sir John Major (left) and Dame Norma Major (right) pictured with director, Charlotte Maylor, and Chairman of the Trustees (Richard Brown) at the SatG in the Parlour performance of Blithe Spirit.
The wonderful cast of Blithe Spirit – in full effect.
Technical set up complete and the Manchester Room at The George Hotel is suitably transformed into a 1940’s parlour. Can’t wait for the first night.
Martin Woodruff, as Charles Condomine, doing his bit for marital relations with at least one of his wives (Ruth Condomine, played by Lucy Crawford)!
First read through for Blithe Spirit.
Lynne, Martin and Lucy get their ‘looks’ on for The Hunts Post!