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The Sack Of Bath

After nearly 45 years with the Natural Theatre Company here in Bath, I’ve just laid down my Pink Suitcase and retired. Obviously I have hundreds, nay thousands of tales to tell about my adventures world-wide with this remarkable company…but I’m … Continue reading

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The Conely way is Essex

I think the first time I ever appeared in public in costume was in Chelmsford carnival, way back when I was a sixth former at the local grammar school. I was sporting a rather fine papier mache pig’s head which … Continue reading

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Humour blockage

The Natural Theatre teams have been on duty in London during the Olympics and Paralympics at various pinch points including mainline stations and report that extreme good humour has been the order of the day. Despite vast crowds they came … Continue reading

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Holland

Clearing out old papers recently I found a diary that gives an amazing account of  when, in the 1970’s, Bath Arts Workshop and Natural Theatre were held to be such an example of integrated community creativity that we were commissioned … Continue reading

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