Our Georgian ancestors, the new autumn/winter programme, a literary living room and Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Our Georgian ancestors, the new autumn/winter programme, a literary living room and Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

I often wonder how the Marine patrons of years past organised things like the theatre programme because on the one hand I am incredibly excited at the prospect of our new programme being published, but on the other I am full of

Wheelie bins, Shakespeare and the Land Army

Wheelie bins, Shakespeare and the Land Army

The thing about a job description is that it doesn’t always describe every aspect of your job. Take mine for instance; ‘Theatre Manager’ includes deputising for the Theatre Director when necessary and liaising with volunteers but there is no mention

Mary Anning to Thoroughly Modern Millie & a former Labour Advisor; the changing face of the Marine Theatre

Mary Anning to Thoroughly Modern Millie & a former Labour Advisor; the changing face of the Marine Theatre

You have to trip the light fantastic when you work with the Marine Theatre, fortunately for our audience I am speaking metaphorically because my dancing is something to behold and hasn’t progressed much from Oops Upside ur Head where you

Bikinis and bobble hats

We had some interesting extremes this week; from enjoying a walk along the Wessex Ridgeway from Uplyme to Lyme Regis on Sunday afternoon wearing a T-shirt without feeling cold, to putting a thick winter coat and gloves on because I had to scrape