The Barony Players next production will be on from 28th November to 3rd December 2016. My Boy Jack tells the heart wrenching story of Rudyard Kipling and his grief for his son, John who died in the Battle of Loos in the First World War. The title comes from Kipling’s 1915 poem, My Boy Jack.
Tickets are now on sale online from the Barony Box Office or via telephone on 07541 346639.
We are delighted to welcome back Tom Keeble as director having last appearing as Captain Mainwairing in our Spring production of Dad’s Army.
Our latest newsletter detailing the extension of our current lease by Falkirk Council and further updates on The Big Project is attached.
Please do take a moment to read through it to find out what we’ve been up to over the past few months and what we have planned for the future.
There are lots of ways you can offer your help with raising money for our theatre – so do please consider helping out; and pass the word round.
The Barony Players formed as a group in 1954. Our dream of having a theatre space of our very own was realised in 1964 when we acquired the old Borrowstoun Primary School. The Players worked tirelessly and transformed the old school into a small theatre opening their doors in 1966. The building is now over 100 years old and is in need of major repair work. Along with this much needed repair work we also have plans for an extension to the front and to the rear of the building to provide us with much needed extra space.
Please help us restore our theatre to continue to provide an active space for our programme of plays and events.