We’re pretty excited about it!
We are excited to announce that we will be performing at the Little Angel Theatre’s Suspense Festival
We will be performing in BearDog’s ‘Do You Mind?’ at the Pleasance Theatre at 9pm on 3rd-4th November.
It’s a complete honour to be apart of this festival and is one of those real dream come true.
You can find more info and book tickets at the Suspense Festival:
When Calum is not directing BearDog, he can be found directing Brighton’s very own Off The Cuff!
Their 10th Anniversary is coming up on the September 26th and to celebrate, they’re taking over their current home, the Basement.
They’re planning a whole day of unpredictable improv and VERY rehearsed theatre
BearDog is joining in on the fun and will be performing ‘Do You Mind?’ at 16:45pm
You can check out the event page here and see what else the day has to offer!
BearDog are heading up North!
We will be in York this July as part of the Love Arts Festival for two nights only!
On the Saturday 4th July we will be a part of a triple bill of short pieces for the Love Arts Theatre festival at the Riding Lights Theatre.
The performances vary from contemporary adaptations, puppetry, verbatim theatre, new writing and ensemble devising, but the unifying factor is that all the plays provide each provoking meaningful insights into living with mental health conditions.
The session starts at 5pm and we will be performing at 7pm
Box Office: 01904 613000.
On Sunday July 5th we are squeezing in an additional pay-what-you-decide performance at The Fleeting Arms.
All proceeds will go to Beardog to fund future performances.
Check out the Eventbrite link to book tickets: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/beardog-present-do-you-mind-t…
We have a few thanks you in order
Thanks to Laughing Horse Comedy for having as part of their Free Fringe
Thanks to the Caroline of Brunswick for being a wonderful venue
Thanks to everyone who donated to our IdeasTap Accelerator Fund and made all this possible
Thanks to Janice Anderson (one of our biggest fans!) for the photos below (and parking money)
And thanks to everyone who came to see us over the three days and made the experience super incredible! We’ve been touched and blown away by comments, your support and your donations
This isn’t the last time you’ll see us as we have dates coming up which we’ll be announcing soon.
But we’ve loved being part of the Brighton Fringe Festival 2015
It’s one week before the premier of Do You Mind? at the Brighton Fringe Festival!
That’s come up quickly!
But we’re putting the finishing touches on the show
And rehearsing our last rehearsals
So book those train tickets, and pack some suncream
And don’t forget we’re performing at the Caroline of Brunswick (in conjunction with Laughing Horse Comedy) at 1:30pm
You can catch the show on the 23rd, 24th and 25th (Saturday-Monday)
Do you fancy seeing Do You Mind? at its world premier at a little place called Brighton?
I’ll be at the Caroline of Brunswick with BearDog on 23rd-25th May (Saturday-Monday)
It’s a Bank Holiday weekend so what better excuse to get yourself down to the seaside, grab some gelato and see some theatre
Well we’ve got a little page on their website and it’s looking pretty awesome for more details on Do You Mind?
After a few tense weeks and raising over £200 in 48 hours, I’m happy (and relieved) to announce that ‘Do You Mind?’ is now fully funded thanks to the generosity of all you beautiful people pledging to BearDog’s IdeasTap Accelerator fund!
We now have our publicity and our Fringe fees covered!
Myself and Calum couldn’t be happier and we’ve been super touched by your generosity
You guys are the bomb!
This one is a bit short notice (But we only found out on Monday!)
Joni is performing Do You Mind? once again, this time in Shoreditch, this time on Sunday (14th December) this time in a cafe, this time a 20 minute Scratch version
(So we’ve got a 10 minute, 20 minute and 45 minute version… Anyone want to suggest other timeframes)
Joni will be doing her thing at The Storytellers Guild event set up by Chris Leaney and Roxie Le Fox at Ziferblat a cool little cafe which charges by the minute rather than by the drink.
Follow this link to the Facebook event for more info
It’s guaranteed to be a good’n
Here’s a cheeky teaser trailer cobbled together from footage we got from Scratch&Sniff.
Footage from a work in progress showing at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama’s MA Advance Theatre Practice Scratch&Sniff Night.