For Frequency Theatre: ACTOR
Bea has performed with various local theatre groups over the last five years including the Wivenhoe Youth Theatre, Colchester Theatre Group, Young Actors Company, Headgate Theatre Productions, Brightlingsea Seaview Players and Mad Hatter Productions. She also directed ‘Bang Bang You’re Dead’ by William Mastrosimone for the Wivenhoe Youth Theatre (Headgate Theatre, Colchester, 2009).
Summer 2012, Bea worked in London for two months in the run up to the games rehearsing and performing the National Youth Theatre’s ‘Team Welcome Ceremonies’ for the athletes in the Olympic and Paralympic Village. Her previous work with the NYT includes ‘Slick’ (Park Hill Estate, Sheffield, 2011) and she has gained a place on the NYT’s new Shakespeare Masterclass course this autumn.
Head of the Highways Department, Jonas, is excellent at cutting costs… and that's the most important thing these days isn't it?
Kept apart for thirty five years, William returns to Mary a different man.
Bringing the concept of having an ‘active’ old age to a new level!
New mother Fiona arranges a coffee morning, but biscuits, best china and smiles are not enough to hide her underlying worry.