Blood & Thunder Theatre Company

Exploring through performance the neglected drama of the Tudor & early Stuart period.

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Before Peter Greenaway brought you The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover, Dekker told a tale of sexual jealousy of almost unimaginable horror.

 

Script-in-Hand performance  to be performed on 9th June as part of the Straford Festival Fringe 2012!

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Lovely review by Dr Julia Gasper of The Bloody Banquet for the Oxford Prospect.  Please have a read of it here.

The Bloody Banquet

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If you didn't get a chance to come out & see our production of The Duchess of Malfi, you can still buy a programme.  Contact us and request one - only  £2 +p&p.  The essay by Dr Martin Wiggins alone is worth the money!

 

Read Dr Pete Kirwan's review of our archival recording.

Mason Croft is the home of The Shakespeare Institute (part of the University of Birmingham) in Stratford-upon-Avon.

 

We'll be performing our script-in-hand performance of The Bloody Banquet in the Lecture Hall, here on 9th June.

Unfortunately, due to lack of funds, our summer production of Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus has had to be pushed back to next year.

 

We are hopeful that in this Year of Shakespeare, we will be able to mount a production of Titus Andronicus.  Admittedly, this is a little outside our remit, but things being as they are, we thought we'd go with the flow - just this once. ;)

 

We are hoping to be joined on this endeavour by our good friends at STAGEFIGHT, Raph Aldis and Kaz Luckins.

 

 

Contact us

Email us:  [email protected]

 

B&TTC Box Office Answerphone:  07854 867204.  

 

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by Thomas Dekker  [& Thomas Middleton?]

B&TTC would like to thank all who attended our Script-in-Hand production of:

Thank you everyone for attending our little show.  If you enjoyed it half as much as we did, then it was all worthwhile.  Until we meet again, we love you all!

 

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Trailer for The Duchess of Malfi is available.