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Bash Street Theatre presents The Cameraman at Baysgarth Park

The Cameraman

Set sometime in the future a jaded detective looks back on his early career as a young crime-fighter in the 2020s – the days of fake news, a world pandemic and global warming.

In a playful homage to the film-noir genre, with voice over narration and live musical accompaniment, four performers play a multitude of characters.

With influences as diverse as Tintin, Roger Rabbit, Humphrey Bogart and Buster Keaton, The Cameraman presents a comic and essentially optimistic commentary on the current crisis from a future point of view.

The show begins in front of Baysgarth House at 2pm this Sunday (July 18).

Bring a chair or a rug a picnic and a friend, just turn up and choose your spot on the grass and enjoy the show.  Although the shows are free,  donations are always welcome as it helps us increase the number of shows we can put on. If you live locally think before you drive, can you walk to the park and help reduce our carbon footprint. Parking is limited to disabled parking in the Museum car park but there is plenty of on road parking on Brigg Road and up at the Baysgarth Hub.



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