Daily archives "February 20, 2020"

Murder Mystery Performance – Available to all


BATS have a Murder Mystery Evening performance available to anyone who is looking to host such an evening.


The Waitling Players Murder Mystery.


You arrive on the eve of the opening of The Waitling Players latest production “Steel Magnolias”. Frought with tension, it is your job, with the help of Inspector Meltoya to determine who the murderer is. Is it the eccentric director? The bitter actress at the end of her career? The demanding theatre critic? The fledgling new comer? The attention-seeking celebrity? The trusted stage manager? Or the hippie, who just loves everyone?

For further information on this fantastic evening of entertainment, email us on bats.theatre.society@gmail.com or contact us on Facebook @BATSUK

Professional standards with Amateur prices.



BATS are putting on a Free Evening of Entertainment


BATS Drama Festival entry short play “Trammel Net” will be performed on Monday 27th April 2020 at Trinity Methodist Church, Shortmead Street, Biggleswade, prior to its entry into the Welwyn and Cambridge Drama Festivals.

Doors open 20:00, curtain up 20:30. Estimated finish time 21:30.

Entry is Free of Charge.

Trammel Net is an original drama written and directed by a BATS member.

It explores the stories of 3 families, all seemingly separate, but all intricately linked. Their layers like the intricate design of a fishing net known as a “trammel net”.

A modern telling of family life today, how we cope with the challenges we face, how life endures through thick and thin, how we recover from past mistakes and how friendship is sometimes a stronger and more essential bond than family.

A strong cast of actors from BATS consisting of (in alphabetical order):

Caitlin Evans
Matt Evans
Katy Gardiner
Kerry Hewish
Natasha Leftwich
Erin Watson
Kelvin West
Kay Young

Written and Directed by Melanie Wilcox.

If you are interested in coming to this evening of free entertainment, please accept this invite and comment the number of seats you will require.

NB This play contains mature themes and language, so may not be suitable for young children

BATS Drama Festival entry short play “Trammel Net” will be performed on