What do we mean by Projects?
Projects refers to all the activities that BelTheatre and its staff are involved in producing: from past productions, publications and training. To find out more about what we do, have done or can do please browse this page.
What Mavis Saw
What happened when the Evil Genius’ best-laid plans for world domination came under threat by her fortune-teller Mavis? What lengths did she go to protect her evil ambitions? And Did Brian get his Christmas present? All these mysteries and more can be solved by buying a copy of BELT’s first published play “What Mavis Saw”
What Mavis Saw is the script of the original performance created by BELT in 2009. Published by Klett Publishing House, the text comes with a specially recorded cd by the original cast, a dictionary to help with some unusual words and is perfect as a resource for English teachers and theatre groups alike. To buy a copy of What Mavis Saw please contact us or Klett Publishing House.
Tongue Tied II
More trouble with the tip of the tongue and the top of the teeth!
Sherlock’s Last Case
The great Mr Holmes wishes to go into retirement to concentrate on his violin talents, but unfortunately other people have got other ideas!
The Miracle by Liz McCoglan
After a flood in the town a young girl (Ron) finds that not only is there a statue of St Anthony on her bedroom but she's now got the ability to sense what people need. She with the help of her friend Zelda begins to use her power to help people.
An all-action spy story in which Jane Bond tries to save the world’s secret weapon from inter-galactic visitors.
Monty Python’s Flying Circus
The group chose their favourite 14 sketches from the famous British export to perform live: everything from Parrots to Yorkshiremen!
The Old Woman and the Pig
Based on an old nursery rhyme, in this play we see the trials and tribulations one woman faces in trying to get her new pig home from the market.
Here is the News
A series of very random events are put together to show just how random events are!
A pair of eco-warriors try to rescue all the hard-working donkeys from the palace, but there plans end up going up in smoke!
“I am not Brian, I am Hercule Poirot.” We think we are watching a play about the world-famous Belgian (not French) detective, but not all is what is seems!
The Surprise Birthday Party
Is there anything worse than people forgetting your birthday?
Parallel worlds. Is everyone crazy? Or is it the rest of them?
A show about the news, in which the script is made up from famous English tongue twisters.