Cast Announced For Lear At Exmoor’s Valley Of The Rocks

Pleasure Dome Theatre Company present Lear in the Valley of Rocks

Pleasure Dome Theatre have announced the cast for their production of William Shakespeare’s King Lear to be presented at Exmoor’s Valley Of Rocks. After their critically acclaimed The Importance of Being Earnest and “stunning” Lorna Doone Pleasure Dome Theatre Company present LEAR; Shakespeare’s greatest play re-imagined in a gritty, dystopian production created especially for Exmoor’s Valley of the Rocks. Scott Le Crass returns to direct a cast including Judith Rae, Ian Pink, Kate Austen, Samuel Tucker, Helena Payne, Timothy Blore, Helena Northcote and Neil Keats The company invite you to come and experience “theatre in the wild,” watch the sunset and enjoy great entertainment on “nature’s greatest stage,” but don’t forget to wrap up warm, even on balmy summer nights the weather can be changeable. Bring your own seating and picnic or pre-order one from Perfect Picnics. Tickets can be bought online before the show or on “the door.” LEAR … Read more

Casting announced for Pleasure Dome Theatre Company 2017 Season

Pleaasure Dome Theatre Company

Following on from their critically acclaimed 2016 production of Macbeth, Pleasure Dome Theatre Company has announced the company for their 2017 season. In 2017 the company will present  Oscar Wilde’s The Importance Of Being Earnest  from 8 – 26 August 2017 and R D Blackmore’s Lorna Doone from 29 August – 2 September 2017. This year’s acting company for both plays includes Joey Bartram, Alec Bennie, Peter Dewhurst, Marie Fortune, Helena Northcote, Helena Payne and Judy Tcherniak. Pleasure Dome Theatre Company aims to bring professional open-air entertainment to both the community and holiday makers of Exmoor. The company is an artistic collective who utlise the dramatic and beautiful scenery of The Valley Of the Rocks near Lynton, making Exmoor a cultural destination as well as a tourist hub. PLEASURE DOME THEATRE COMPANY WEBSITE

Starting A Theatre Company From Scratch – Episode 2

Helena Payne discusses the formation of Pleasure Dome Theatre Company in Exmoor

Helena Payne is starting out on an awfully big adventure to start a theatre company. We asked her to document her journey. Episode 2: Computer says No! Well who knew the internet would catch on? After dropping out of ICT GCSE (because I was completely inept and convinced all electrical machinery hated me as much as I hate it) I have had to make my peace. It turns out the internet is your friend and if you want to start any sort of company you better get well acquainted. There is a lot of, for want of a better word, kerfuffling about on a computer. So before you get to any of the fun creative stuff you’ve to make a new email address, register with companies house, open a business bank account, make a website, make a twitter, a facebook page, buy a domain name, each task fraught with unexpected … Read more

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