The Castaway Theatre Youth Group in Yeovil have just finished their fantastic run of Bugsy Malone! Some amazing photos emerged – I just LOVE this one. Bad Guys indeed! Splurged and pied…
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A few costumes from one of our hires! We supply lots of flapper style dresses in each hire that can be dressed up (for evening / glam look) or down (day dress) as you like! Some dresses lean towards glam and a few are most definitely more useful for the showgirls’ day dresses in the scene where they’re leaving Fat Sam’s place. Lots more photos on the gallery pages.
As we stagger towards a short Bugsy break at Easter, I thought I’d pick a photo that isn’t of gangsters or showgirls! In mid song is Cagey Joe, with Leroy in front. Makes a change! I particularly like the ‘boxer’ exercising in the background and the thoughtful expression as Leroy wonders whether he can make it as a boxer. This production was at the Conquest Theatre, Bromyard in 2009…
This is a fantastic finale shot from St Edmunds School in Canterbury! We supplied some guns and as many costumes as we could to help out. Even if we get booked up we still have spare costumes we can gather together for you. I just love the silly string caught on camera, plus the more ‘whooshy’ splurge firing out of the guns! Fab shot.
This great shot of singing and dancing Hoods is from the recent production of Bugsy Malone by Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School in Rochester. We weren’t able to supply the school with many costumes or guns, but we helped out where we could from our ‘spare’ stock! I’m loving the glimpse of set we get here … looks atmospheric (I like a moody, atmospheric set).
Fantastic publicity shot from the recent Bugsy Malone production by Festival Productions at the National Concert Hall in Dublin. I just love the determined and serious attention these hoods are giving – the car’s pretty good as well! Also loving the moustaches … a fine complement to our costumes (but alas, not our guns – we can’t ship them overseas, however small the sea may be).
This fab pic is from the recent production of Bugsy Malone by the pupils of Victoria College, St Helier in Jersey. The girls are showing off some of our costumes in wonderful theatrical fashion. That set looks pretty fine as well.
Picture courtesy of TONY PIKE.