gale theatreopening-night-company-k-halThe Gale The­atre of Bar­ba­dos and Lon­don cre­ates pop­u­lar, stun­ning and enter­tain­ing, sea­sonal, the­atri­cal per­for­mances on the shores of Barbados.

The non-​profit, char­i­ta­ble orga­ni­za­tion was founded in 2007 by Melissa Sim­monds and allows rich Caribbean tal­ent to merge with UK exper­tise to cre­ate excep­tional, high-​quality works. The team also includes Bar­ba­dian Peter Lewis (com­pany Direc­tor) from Field Tech Stag­ing Solu­tions Inc and British actor Paul McGann. All work is devel­oped, rehearsed and pro­duced in Barbados.

2013 Gale The­atre Season
2012 Gale The­atre Season

2015 SEA­SON

Gale The­atre will be expand­ing into film development/​production

A col­lab­o­ra­tion of Bar­ba­dian and British exper­tise will adapt Shakespeare’s “A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream” into “A Caribbean Dream”. There is no other infor­ma­tion avail­able about the 2015 season.

The 2013 SEASON

“The Moun­tain Top”

Always a highly antic­i­pated event, this year April 11th 20th, the Gale The­atre of Bar­ba­dos and Lon­don present The Moun­tain Top, a play by Katori Hall. This Olivier award win­ning, his­tor­i­cal, play set on Dr. Mar­tin Luther King’s, last night on earth is said to be “Won­drous, hilar­i­ous, and heart­break­ing.” Independent

The Plot: The entire play is set in the Lor­raine hotel room, the evening before his assas­si­na­tion. King is alone, try­ing to cre­ate yet another pow­er­ful speech. When he orders a cup of cof­fee from room ser­vice, a mys­te­ri­ous woman arrives, bring­ing much more than a late-​night bev­er­age. What fol­lows is a reflec­tive, often funny, often touch­ing con­ver­sa­tion in which Dr. King exam­ines his achieve­ments, his fail­ures, and his unfin­ished dreams.

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VENUE: The Frank Col­ly­more Hall, Spry Street, Bridgetown @ 7:30 pm

Sat­ur­day April 2013 11th & 13th @ BDS $40

BARP Offer — One night ONLY — April 11th @ $30
Sat­ur­day April 2013 18th & 19th @ BDS $50

Sat­ur­day April 20th 2013 — Gala Night @ BDS $60 (includes a com­pli­men­tary drink)
Box Office: Super Cen­tre Super­mar­kets – Sun­set Crest, War­rens, Oistins & Big B and CS Phar­macy, Bridgetown.

The 2012 SEASON

The Lover, Pin­ter & The Piano”: From the pro­duc­ers of The Mem­ory of Water, Gale The­atre of Bar­ba­dos and London.

The Gale The­atres 4th pro­duc­tion is set to be another fan­tas­tic work re– cre­ated for the Caribbean, this time it is a trib­ute to the Nobel Prize win­ning, play­wright Harold Pin­ter: the­atre, poetry and song.

The Plot:
Ever won­dered what your spouse gets up to after you’ve left for work? Find out in Harold Pinter’s intrigu­ing one act com­edy re imag­ined for the Caribbean.

An ordi­nary cou­ple play­ing extra­or­di­nary games…

‘The Lover’ by Harold Pin­ter will be fol­lowed by a short cel­e­bra­tion of Pinter’s poetry and by award win­ning jazz singer and pianist Miss Liane Car­roll, arriv­ing directly from Ron­nie Scott’s jazz club in Lon­don. Liane will be joined by spe­cial Bar­ba­dian guests, Ebe Gilkes and Car­ole George.

Directed by: Hanna Berri­gan and pro­duced by Melissa Simmonds.

Venue: The Frank Col­ly­more Hall, Spry Street, Bridgetown @ 7 pm

Sat­ur­day April 14th 2012 @ BDS $65 or $60 (BARP)
Sun­day April 15th 2012 @ BDS $65 or $60 (BARP)

Sat­ur­day April 21st 2012 @ BDS $65 or $60 (BARP)

Sun­day April 22nd
2012 @ BDS $65 or $60 (BARP)

Box Offices: Super Cen­tre Super­mar­kets – Sun­set Crest, War­rens, Oistins & Big B and CS Phar­macy, Bridgetown, Cave Shep­herd, Broad Street.

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