Baked Alaska – Production Photos

It’s been a fantastic couple of opening performances for Baked Alaska at Friargate with a full house for both nights. Of course the next step is to get the show on the road – in fact the cast are loading up the van as I type.

We also had our first review through from the Diocese of York, you can read the full piece on their website, but here are a couple of choice quotes…

“It seems incongruous to call a show about climate change fun, but Baked Alaska is.
The songs in particular are very strong, with Jonathan Bidgood’s folk roots coming through.”

“…the real power of this show is the way the audience are enabled to take action.”

Kit Powney who saw our short preview performance at Greenbelt also commented:

“The show ingeniously blends together an upbeat, lively and humorous narrative rooted in daily life,
with the heartbreaking reality of the lives of many around the world affected by climate change.”
(full article here)

The show is looking great too and we got a couple of fantastic shots from the dress rehearsal courtesy of Andrew Dyer. (Click on a photo for the larger version.)

Baked Alaska is touring the UK until the 28 November. You can find a performance near you at