Members of Ribcaged - the professional theatre company with strong Ribchester connections - say they are delighted to have been awarded with the ‘Creative Business of the Year’ award at the recent Ribble Valley Business Awards.
“Needless to say we are over the moon! It was a real pleasure just to be at the awards and see the huge range of talent from around the Ribble Valley. Thank you so much for all the kind wishes and all the support we have had to get us this far,” said a spokesperson for the company.
Whalley Community Hydro swept the board at the awards, coming out top in three categories and scooping the prestigious Bowland Bioenergy Award.
The ceremony, which is only in its second year, saw 250 people pack Mytton Fold Hotel, Langho, to the rafters and the atmosphere was electric as the many finalists took to the stage.
Ribcaged - now celebrating its tenth year, never stops still and tonight, Wednesday, October 28, is performing a new exciting version of ‘Dracula’ to get everyone in the mood for Halloween at Lytham’s Lowther Pavilion.
Founder Ribcaged member Owen Phillips has come up with a modern re-telling of the classic horror story by Bram Stoker and besides writing the production, is directing it.
It is said to be fast paced and exciting....in fact a production that will keep you on the edge of your seat....
Ribcaged is also taking the production to Oswaldtwistle Civic Arts Centre tomorrow and to Thwaites Empire Theatre, Blackburn on Friday and then over to the Yorkshire ‘home’ of Dracula on Friday, November 6.