Saturday, 05 January 2008 12:55 | Biebertal, Germany
A friend of mine went to see Blood Brothers recently in London and as he told me about it, it brought back so many memories. That got me wondering if anyone knows of a copy of the version we did in 1986. If it is possible for me to somehow get this as a DVD or VHS. And if there are photos, that would be fab. Please email me to: email@example.com. To all those who can still remember me, hi!! I often check in on the website to see what you are doing and also hear from my nieces (who were recently in the panto). Keep this wonderful, unique theatre going and hope to come and see a show if one is showing when I come over to Audenshaw.
Sunday, 02 December 2007 20:26 | Audenshaw
I love the shows at guide bridge theatre, my friends and I have been going for many years, and look forward to many more years to come.
Monday, 30 July 2007 08:58 |
May I take this opportunity to say what a spell binding performamce Frozen was, my heartiest congratulations to all, especially Stephen King who
played his part so believeably he had us hating him as the story unfolded, it was excellant!!
We came to see Frozen in April, what a spell binding performamce it was. We (my friend and I) had moved away from Guide Bridge because the plays seemed much of a muchness but we decided to come again to see the performance (because we like atmosphere and friendliness) even though we had no idea what the play was all about. May I say that it was better than the plays we had been seeing at The Royal Exchange Theatre.
So we decided to come again to see Up n Under, fearing that Frozen was a 'one off', you surprised us again, we had no idea what the play was about nor did we know who was to act in it. It was absolutely brilliant, the acting was very good and thier portrayal of the gym scene was hilliarious...
Thank you Guide Bridge, and all concerned!
Anita And Tina
Friday, 20 April 2007 15:45 | (Two 50 Somethings!)
What A Fantastically Brave Production!
The cast were excellent, I can�t praise them enough. My sister and I have been coming to your theatre for the last few years and this was a real �hummdinger�, one of the best performances we have seen, all the cast were brilliant.
We came on concessions night and noticed quite a few empty seats, which is very unusual, so the subject matter must have put some people off. I must admit i felt a little uncomfortable at the beginning when I realised Ralph was a murderer and abuser of little girls, but the play was so compelling and the actors so believable I couldn�t help but thoroughly enjoy it.
Lets have some more of the same please
Friday, 20 April 2007 13:35
I came to see Frozen last night and the acting took my breath away, the hair at the nape of my neck stood on end when I realised who/what Ralph was.
I had no Idea before I came to theatre what it was I was going to see a friend rang me and said she was coming so I came along. I was so glad I did.
You stretched the boundries with this play and it paid off it was absolutely brilliant.
Ralph/ Stephen King had me hating him within the first act.
Nancy/ Maggie Blaszczok touched my heart with sadness and humour.
As always Carla Stokes was brilliant as Agnetha who brought out the 'other side' to Ralph showing him to be a victim?
May I give my congratulations to Stephen King his acting was superb!!
Monday, 04 December 2006 22:48 | Carrbrook, UK
Just completed the new guestbook database and having to manually re-enter all the previous 280 entries in the guestbook into it!
Hopefully the guestbook is now viewable on all web-browsers (including Firefox just for Wendy!).
If anyone can't read the new guestbook, please let me know at the email address on the contact us page ;o)
Don't forget folks, to send in your voting slips for the Keith Johnson Best Comedy Performance Awards. My vote goes for Miss Alison - your performance in Hansel & Gretel is outstanding. Especially as you seem to have taken the phrase Break a leg literally! x
Tuesday, 21 November 2006 19:48 | Hyde, UK
Thursday, 03 August 2006 18:11 | Audenshaw, UK
Hi can't wait to get back to my gbyt sessions cos im in Bugsy Malone at the mo at the Hippodrome (NOT AS GOOD AS BIG R N BIG T) Jeff is well mean, cant wait to see all the peeps again.
luv Steph xxx
Monday, 31 July 2006 16:41 | Audenshaw, UK
Thank you to everyone involved in Saturday's wonderful performance of Noises Off. It really was a great treat and so enjoyable to watch. Congratulations and thanks again for all your hard work.
Monday, 31 July 2006 13:20 | Mossley, UK
Glad you and the others made it, Steph, and even more glad you enjoyed it!!!
Hope to see you all soon.