Saturday 10th May Southern Folk are performing at The Brewhouse in Taunton.
An alluring set of Americana, Bluegrass, Acoustic, Country (and sometimes folk) offered for your entertainment. Tickets are on sale now click on the photo to get yours!
June 15th 2014 7.30pm
He’s the man who bought big bakes to millions of TV viewers across the UK when he featured in 2013’s Series Four of the BBC’s Great British Bake Off. Now after a sell out pilot show “Bake It Big with Glenn Cosby” comes to (insert venue name). ! ! If your fanatical about your Filo Pastry, passionate about your Pies or just love baking then this is not a show to miss. Join Glenn and special guests baking live on stage. It’s part “Bake It Big”, part memoir and part sheer comedy with a chance for you to get involved from the very beginning, we can say no more except for get ready for “Bake It Big” Bingo !! ! Bring your wooden spoons, don your apron and get ready for the most entertaining night out involving all things baking, including some of the biggest bakes you have ever seen !! ! “Bake It Big with Glenn Cosby” is family show and is open to all ages.!
Amidst the gloom and doom of winter (and the occasional 65mph gust of wind and rain) we saw a production of Hansel and Gretel on Castle Green. The show was the brainwave of Beccy Armory (one of TTA’s founder members) who wrote directed and produced the piece.
Over 500 people enjoyed the show which was supported by a wider range of local organisations and individuals. Huge thanks to TDBC, Somerset Museum and the Knights Rest for helping us with the venue (and free food too!). Lights by Bright, Sound and staging by Liv’nUp. Dancing by the Nicky Jenks Dance School. The Stagecoach and Trull Primary School choir. Okoko’s Firestarter mix. Taunton Thespians, The Space and CiciCic for rehearsal space. Live music from Big Noise and Taunton Ukulele Strummers Club, the witches cottage animation by Alex Lovegrove. Zeralynx for print and ADK for posters and design work. Added to that a brilliant cast who enthralled us with the musical tale of Hansel and Gretel (who lived happily ever after of course). Not to forget over 30 volunteer stewards and 30 production support staff to keep the wheels going round.
We hope that if you came you enjoyed the show, we raised over £250 towards the theatre funds too!