The Savannah Sipping Society
Jesse Jones,Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten
Sadly this was the final production for Bare Bones Theatre Company. After twelve very successful years the company's failure to recruit younger members has forced it to 'ring down the curtain'. Since it's formation in 2004 the company has presented thirty six full length plays and an equal nuimber of youth productions. We have toured to no less than twenty-four different venues throughout Herefordshire and adjoining counties. We express our gratitude to the many loyal folowers who have supported our company come rain or shine. We'll miss you
GOODRICH Village Hall 11th & 12th Novemebr 2016
BURGHILL Simpson Hall 18th & !9th November 2016
Bare Bones Youth perform Shakespeare speeches
Eleven members of Bare Bones Youth present seventeen of the most notable speeches from the works of Shakespeare. The words may be familiar to many but we will not always be aware of their full meaning and context. Come along to BARD BITS and have a quick 'fix'. It's at Goodrich Village Hall at 7.00pm from Thursday 1st to Saturday 3rd September 2016.
The youth team provided the entertainment for the whole of the final evening of the 2016 festival at The Courtyard. The competitve entry KEVIN by Dave Baldwin was accompanied by two further short pieces by the same author, PANTOMANIA and THE TEAM.
A number of Bare Bones actors spent a very pleasant and interesting few hours performing an outdoor sequence for the film "Lost Hearts" which is being shot locally by Maxfilms UK.
The summer production for our youth company comprised three short pieces specially written for the group. Titled "Pictures", "Kevin" and "Billy", these plays explore differing styles of drama and the versatility of these young actors. Performances at Goodrich Village Hall were on 20th, 21st and 22nd Aiugust.
The youth company presented a double bill of short plays at Goodrich Village Hall on 19th, 20th and 21st February. 'Rabbit' by David Foxton followed 'A Quest for a Play' by Geraldinew O'Neill.
Some members of our youth company met at Goodrich to eat, drink (Coke), play games and generally have a good time to celebrate Christmas.
The youth company's August 2014 production was KOHL, a fast moving
story of crime and justice in New York at the time of prohibition. Developed by Ireland's Droichead Youth Theatre, the play is demanding in staging and performance and provides a challenge to our young actors.
Performances at Goodrich Village Hall took place at the end of August.
Bare Bones Youth perormed two one-act plays for their February 2014 production following the one week half term workshop. The plays: 'Around the World with Class Six' by Nick Warburton and 'A Memory of Lizzie' by David Foxton provided an evening of dramatic contrast which was enthusiastically received by large audiences on each of the three performance nights.
Major trophies were awarded to both of the one act plays entered by the youth company to this years County Drama Festival. The Mystery Gift by Bill Tordoff and David Doughan was adjudged to be the best youth production and All You Need by Dave Baldwin won the Andrews Trophy as the best original play.
The youth company have, for the last seven years, performed a Shakespeare in the grounds of Bishopswood House at the end of the school summer holiday. This year, 2013, the group will reprise their 2006 performance of Julius Caesar in a new and novel production at Goodrich Village Hall in August.