In March 2020, the country went into lockdown. Sian and Stephan, in strict compliance with lockdown rules, filmed the following two videos for their audiences to enjoy. They turned their home and garden into a theatre, and used their permitted daily exercise hour to film on the nearby beach. To avoid attracting crowds, they started at 6.30 a.m.! Sian and Stephan are joined by Yvonne Grant Halliday in a variety performance packed with songs, laughs and sheer silliness.
To our friends in the community and those we haven't yet met, visit us on Friday, 8 May 2020 and take part in our celebration of the 75th Anniversary of VE Day. Join in and sing along! Starring Sian and Stephan, Yvonne Grant-Halliday, Gregor Blamey and Gemma Gunn.
When you book a show by Sian and Stephan, you can be sure of quality. We know how disappointing it can be to work so hard to raise funds for entertainment then find that the act either doesn't turn up, or if they do, they give a lacklustre performance with one eye on the clock. Rest assured, with Sian and Stephan, the audience ALWAYS asks for more!
Stephan Vincent studied acting at Langside College and the Scottish Actors Studio. Sian Ross studied opera and drama at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, and continued her singing studies with Dr. Joan Alexander in Glasgow. They first worked together on 'BURNS! (Your Bard, By the Way)' in 1999, and have worked together since, as joi
Stephan Vincent studied acting at Langside College and the Scottish Actors Studio. Sian Ross studied opera and drama at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, and continued her singing studies with Dr. Joan Alexander in Glasgow. They first worked together on 'BURNS! (Your Bard, By the Way)' in 1999, and have worked together since, as joint directors of Baudrans Productions Theatre Company and Rovin Productions. They had just finished a theatre tour of a variety show in 2002 when a few audience members came backstage to ask whether they could bring a similar show to their care home residents. They came up with a format that is the basic design of all of At Home At The Theatre's touring shows and have since toured 5,000 shows to audiences in care homes, sheltered housing, day care, dementia groups and community centres throughout the country.
To take professional variety theatre to audiences who are no longer able to make theatre trips.
Through our absolute commitment to quality, we ensure that none of the glamour, excitement and sheer fun of a theatre show are sacrificed.
NOBODY does panto like At Home At The Theatre.
Oh, no, they don't!
Audience members are welcome to take to the floor, if able either on their own or with assistance
Emotion is the anchor of memory and we give our audiences laughter to remember
Who doesn't love a bit of glamour?
Our shows provide some much-needed relief to staff
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