Archive | March, 2016
Auditions for Blood Brothers

Auditions for Blood Brothers

BATS Theatre Co. Inc. AUDITIONS Blood Brothers Drama written by Willy Russell Directed by Catherine Steer Blood Brothers is a compelling story of friendship, loyalty and fate. The Johnstone twins, born into poverty in the 1950’s are separated at birth when their mother cannot afford to keep them both. Mickey and Edward grow up streets […]

Senses Working Overtime

In this post, we look at the third of the finalists in the competition, Senses Working Overtime, a comedy by Rob Attenborough. Previous posts have covered the other two. All three plays will be presented in our upcoming season, so book your tickets now! Edythe Brook Cooper was a member of BATS Theatre Company Inc […]

And Then There Were None 2015

Looking back at a successful production Our production of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None in October 2015 was fantastically received as evidenced by the almost full houses for every performance. Our survey forms distributed during the production highlighted the audiences’ gratitude towards the talented cast, the ambience in the theatre and the satisfaction […]

Love In A Food Court

In this post, we take a closer look at the second of the three finalists in the Edythe Brook Cooper playwriting competition for one act plays. Watch for our coming post on the third finalist. The play Krystal Vickery suffers from June West Syndrome which causes an otherwise confident, witty woman to get totally tongue-tied […]

Feeding the Pigeons in Trafalgar Square

BATS is proud to present a season of the three finalists in the Edythe Brook Cooper playwriting competition for one act plays. In this post, we take a closer look at one of the finalists: Feeding the Pigeons in Trafalgar Square, a drama by Bruce Olive. Watch for further posts covering the other two plays. […]