Category Archives: Awards

Tickets Selling Fast!

OtherPeoples-Poster2Briton Ferry Little Theatre invites you come and watch their latest production, Other People’s
Money – a play that paints a colourful picture of the cut-throat world of business. 

Other People’s Money centres on the intended hostile takeover of a Rhode Island family business in the 1980s. When New England Wire and Cable, a business that provides employment for a town full of people, is targeted by Larry the Liquidator, a corporate raider who wants to rip apart the company and sell it off, the peaceful lives of those involved are interrupted. Andrew Jorgenson, the President of the company, wants to keep his father’s business alive. Beatrice, his secretary, wants to help Jorgenson. And William Coles, the company president, wants to ensure his future position at the company. They call upon Kate, Beatrice’s daughter who is a lawyer on Wall Street, to help them defend themselves.

What follows is a game where both predator and prey pull out all the stops to get result they want. Both funny and serious, it’s “the best game in the world”.

Other People’s Money looks at the harsh reality of business, the importance of family and loyalty and the blurred line between wrong and right.

Entertaining from beginning to end, it has some of the funniest lines you will ever hear, lots of emotion and plenty of doughnuts.

It’s the ultimate seduction.

Other People’s Money written by Jerry Sterner
(Winner of the Best Off-Broadway Play of 1989)

Director: Martyn Morgan

William Coles: Martyn Morgan
Andrew Jorgenson: Dewi Thomas
Bea Sullivan: Geraldine Davies
Lawrence Garfinkle: Owen Staton
Kate Sullivan: Kirsten Leary

Tickets: £6
Box Office: 01639 813903



The Noda award nominations have just been announced…….

And BFLT has been nominated in FOUR categories!

Best Basic Programme – Aladdin

Best Standard Programme – Doubt: a parable

Best Poster – Doubt: a parable

And the big one…..
Best Production – Doubt: a parable.

Congratulations to all involved, and fingers crossed for the award ceremony in May.

Annual Dinner

It’s that time of the year……no, not panto time, that comes later.

It’s our Annual Dinner time, a time when we dust off off our tuxedo and dig out the dinner dresses. The Annual Dinner is our most important time of year, why you ask? Well, it is a time when ALL our members can gather together, enjoy a nice meal and share some drinks. All the men get to pretend they are James Bond, and the Ladies their Bond Girls.

There is also the matter of handing out Long Service Medals for our members who have been with us for many years and the Chair’s Address to the theatre, looking back on the last 12 months whilst announcing what the future holds.

This year we have music and entertainment to follow all the formality of Awards and Speeches. Provided by Bill Bennett – a local Dean Martin impersonator.

So, those of you who are coming, don’t forget it’s this Friday 29th November…………we’ll see you there.

Dress Rehearsal

It’s dress rehearsal day!

Today’s the day for ironing out all those creases before performing in front of a live audience.

Dress-rehearsals were always my least favourite performance. There is something about performing in-front of a live audience that seems lift everyone involved, not just the actors, but also the crew get a buzz from a full house.

This is why, as a theatre, we like to have members of the society to sit and watch the dress, so the cast and crew feel that buzz from opening night.

So, if you want to join in and be a part of the magical experience of live theatre, then come on down to see us tomorrow night. Tickets can be bought from here or you can turn up and pay at the door, event details can be found here

A day in the life of…

We will soon be starting a series of blog posts from members of the society. This series, you might have guessed will be titled “A day in the life of…” and will follow a member around on a typical, theatre related day.

The first in this series shall come from our Poster and Programme designer – Gareth Rees

Glamorgan Drama League Awards Presentation

Hi All,

Just to let you know, Russell and Gareth have both been nominated for awards in the annual Glammies. Russell has been nominated for Best Actor and Gareth for Best Supporting Actor for the play “Hello Is There Any Body There”.
Well done to you both for being nominated.
If anyone would like to attend the awards then here is the information about the evening and who to contact for tickets:

The 2012-13 Glammies Gala evening will be held in 
The Paget Rooms, Penarth on Saturday 15th June 2013.

The evening will start at 7pm and finish at 11pm

Tickets cost £10 per person (youth under 18 – £6.00) and will include a buffet. 

Dress code: evening dress/black tie.

We are limited to just 170 tickets so they will be sold on a first come, first served basis. 

For tickets, please contact: John Stowe on 029 2040 7866. 

All cheques made payable to The Glamorgan Drama League and should be sent  BEFORE THE EVENT to: 

The Treasurer, John Stowe, 39 Seymour Street, Splott, Cardiff  CF24 2NR


Venue full address : The Paget Rooms, Victoria Road, Penarth. CF64 3EG

If any of you require a lift on a bus then please get in touch with Joyce for more information asap, as the event is on a week this Saturday. 

Don’t forget the purchase of tickets is up to you personally to sort out, due to short notice. This is down to the Glammies being very late putting up the nominations.

Award Success

Congratulations to Joyce Harding and Gareth Rees on thier Award Success last night at the NODA Regional Awards.

Joyce won the Award for; Best Performace in a Supporting Role for; Grandmother in “Haywire”








Gareth won the Award for; Best Programme; “Hello, Is There Any Body There?”