When we left the Edinburgh Fringe in 2014 we took this photo: Yes, two weeks in Edinburgh does do that to your face... And we posted it with this caption: It turns out we CAN wait to find out. However - Today, Thespianage Productions met for the first time in two years with... NEW REHEARSAL … Continue reading Guess who’s back?
Introducing Sir Galahad (a.k.a GalaLAD), knight of the Rah table and @!£?… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgVGjvIjGTc
On Saturday 19th July, Thespianage Productions arrived in Birmingham for our second preview show to the ominous sight of forked lightning and apocalyptic rain. At least this time we weren’t going to sweat to death onstage in the combined heat of stage lights and a gorgeous summer’s day. We soon arrived at The Old Joint … Continue reading We’ll always have Birmingham…
Saturday 21st June saw Thespianage Productions return to the King’s Arms in Salford for our first full-length preview of Sketch Appeal. And we SOLD OUT! It was great to be back at this lovely venue following our debut appearance at Embryo 83 in April. This time, we were performing all our sketches in the more … Continue reading It’s Getting Hot In Here!
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR SKETCHES? THEY'RE MISSING, PRESUMED HILARIOUS... Checkout our first #SketchAppeal trailer featuring the inimitable Detective Inspector Platypus! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTFXJl9WJGM Filmed in Manchester
If there’s no rest for the wicked,* then maybe Thespianage Productions should keep an eye out for flying houses and buckets of water. Our May bank holiday was spent hard at work rehearsing in Manchester and we followed it up with another rehearsal two days later. (*Disclaimer: we are in fact really nice and none … Continue reading Easter Updates!
On Friday 4th April, Thespianage Productions performed for the first time as part of Studio Salford's Embryo 83, at the King’s Arms pub in Salford (home of Channel 4's 'Fresh Meat'). Embryo is a monthly variety show built around supporting both new acts and experienced acts in testing out new material. To this end, the audience are … Continue reading The Embryonic Stage