Monthly Archives: July 2011

Children & Animals

You may recall the old show biz adage about never working with children or animals. Well, I can tell you that the kids that work with Natural Theatre are a delight. Full of imagination and dying to get out on … Continue reading

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Rocky Ricketts

On odd occasions in darkened corners of Bath’s less salubrious hostelries one might come across gentlemen of a certain age reminiscing about the long gone but fondly remembered Rocky Ricketts. Or to give the band its full title, Rocky Ricketts … Continue reading

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Up Pompeii

I’m very pleased to say that after a long tendering process Natural Theatre has been awarded the contract to supply costumed interpretation characters to the Roman Baths for the next three years. Dressing daily as highly researched Roman citizens who … Continue reading

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Walrus & Carpenter

How sad to note the demise of the Walrus and Carpenter restaurant after nearly thirty seven years. This cosy little eatery truly deserves its reputation as a Bath institution. In the seventies many an Arts Workshop and Natural Theatre stalwart … Continue reading

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