So many congratulations to our client Bea Webster, who’s been nominated for Best Actress in a Play at The Stage Debut Awards, for her role in Mother Courage and Her Children.
Playing Kattrin opposite Pauline McLynn’s Mother Courage, Bea garnered rave reviews from critics in Red Ladder’s immersive production at the Albion Electric Warehouse, Leeds.
The Stage Debut Awards 2019 takes place on Sunday September 15th in London, and we’ll have all our fingers crossed for Bea!
See more about The Stage Debut Awards here
Peeling – On Tour
Presented by Taking Flight Theatre, Peeling by Kaite O’Reilly tours across Wales, Oxford & Manchester and features BAA’s Bea Webster.
In shadow, never centre stage, 3 performers await their brief moment in the light. Their words have been buried in dust, through the long corridor of time. We will unearth them here. They will echo in the darkness. This city will fall.
With interwoven BSL, live audio description and English captions at every show, Peeling challenges you to experience theatre afresh. Whose stories do we tell? And who will be there to bear witness?
Runs from 8th March to 9th May at various venues.
For tickets and more information click hereMother Courage and Her Children – Leeds Playhouse
Our own Bea Webster is part of the cast of Mother Courage and Her Children, showing at Leeds Playhouse from Friday 28 September.
In Lee Hall’s wholly immersive production, audiences follow in the steps of Brecht’s fearless matriarch, as Mother Courage hauls her tinkering wagon of junk through crackling battlefields and bombed-out villages – echoing the modern-day refugee’s universal displacement.
Starring Pauline McLynn (Father Ted / Shameless) in Brecht’s iconic title role, Mother Courage and Her Children will mark Red Ladder’s 50th anniversary; over five decades of presenting stories of human struggle and resounding spirit in times of stark adversity.
For tickets and more information, click here.Last Woman Left – RCS
New graduates of the BA performance in British Sign Language and English course at RCS, Bea Webster and Connor Bryson feature in an RCS production, Last Woman Left.
A community is under threat. Flood warnings have been issued and the government is urging an immediate evacuation.
But as panic rises, one woman refuses to leave. She suspects that the government isn’t telling them the truth.
Performed in a variety of languages, Last Woman Left asks us to consider who we can trust and when we should make a stand against those in authority.
Run begins 8th May.
More information can be found here.