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April play reading:

Our Country's Good

by Timberlake Wertenbaker.

Following on from some fabulous and varied playing readings so far in 2021, our April reading is ‘Our Country’s Good’.

Set in 1789, ships with hundreds of convicts and soldiers sailed for eight months to land in Australia. There was little in the way of supplies and resources, and mutiny was always on the horizon.

This play tells the true story of a group of convicts and young and ambitious lieutenant who rehearse and perform a play - which would turn out to be Australia’s first theatrical production. Opposed from the get-go by most of the officers, and with a leading lady facing possible death, it was never going to be easy...

First performed at the Royal Court in 1988, this is a timeless piece that tells us about the redemptive and transformative power of theatre.

There are plenty of parts with various age ranges so please do get in touch if you’d like to read – please send your request to be a reader to matthew.d.rushton@gmail.com by Monday 26th April.

We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday 28th April, please note we are returning to our regular start time of 20:00 this month.

Taking place on Zoom, 'doors open' 19:45, 

the reading will begin at 20:00.

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Tickets for Bath Drama's return to theatre are on sale now!


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Our Julian House partnership

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Thank you to all of you who donated to our Bath Drama & Julian House Christmas appeal, together we raised £256.18, which is brilliant!

The work doesn't stop there though, we have set up our Bath Drama & Julian House JustGiving page which will be live for the whole year.

Whilst we understand that times are tough, it is very easy to close your mind to the suffering of others in these difficult and strange times. 

Anything that you can donate will really make a difference, thank you!

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Cast & Crew

Directed by - Lauren Arena-McCann


Snow White - Chloe Gage

Seymour - Ben Dalton

Sarah - Iorwerth Mitchell

The Queen - Maria Finlay

Wolf - Imogen's Notsure

Scorpio - Rebecca Laugharne

Grouchy - Thomas Menezes

Prof - Kerensa McCondach

Joyful - Calum Ward

Stupid - Lucy Perry

Snotty/Jack - Steve Brookes

Timid - Beth Gregg

Dozy/Referee - Brian Copeland

Boris/King - Simon Reeves

Mirror/Villager - Helen Corkin
Villager - Debbie Beale


Asst. Director - Matthew Rushton

Stage Manager - James Dennis

Asst. Stage Manager - Connor Palmer

Backstage - Ellie Brookes

Head of Costume - Gill Morrell

Lighting Design/Props - Amber Darwood

Lighting Design & Tech - Martin Moffatt

Set Design/Sound Design & Tech - Harriet Martin

Foyer & Auditorium Design - Miriam Zaccarelli

Set Builder - David Morrell

Set Builder - Toby McCann

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