Little Shop of Horrors postponed for forseeable future

From Sue Lander, Chair of Production Committee It is with a sad heart that we have decided to postpone Little Shop of Horrors for the foreseeable future. It is so difficult for any venue to proceed under the circumstances we find ourselves in at present and so it was felt […]

Do You Hear The People Sing?

Article written by Kathryn Rose Do you hear the people sing? Figuratively of course, given the current ban on public singing! It is a well known phrase, particularly in theatrical circles, for calling the crowds to make a stand and make their views known. Without the backing of ‘the people’ […]

Wired for Sound – an interview with Mark Luckin

We caught up with our Resident Sound Designer, Mark Luckin, to find out a bit more about him and his hobby. Hi Mark. Thanks for taking time out of your day to chat to us . First of all, tell us a bit about yourself – what do you do […]

Changing Direction – a Sharnbrook Mill Theatre journey

Article written by Michael Horne Quite a few years ago now, I attended a rather excellent production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street at a small theatre in Bedfordshire. I was immediately taken by the wonderful surroundings of the theatre and of the building itself. I loved […]

Light it in Red – Sharnbrook Mill Theatre stands in solidarity

On 6th July, hundreds of theatres, cinemas, galleries, museums and arts venues from all over the UK bathed their buildings in red light to take part in the #LightItInRed campaign, which aimed to draw attention to the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the UK’s events industry. The #LightItInRed campaign was co-created by Clearsound […]

From Cloud to Guildford – one budding actor’s journey

Over the next few months, we will be posting guest blogs from a selection of our members (old, new and current) who will be sharing their thoughts from various angles of the theatre. If you’d like to write something for us, drop us a line! I am Theo Diedrick and […]