At Beacons Gang Show we use numbers to help identify people quickly and easily, it is far quicker to read out or write a list of numbers rather than a list of names. Numbers also make it a lot easier to name costumes and props.
The numbers also help to identify what your role is within the Gang Show; Adult or Young Person, On Stage, Production or Front of House.
While at rehersals you will wear an ID with your name and number on it. This allows you to make sure that the person should be there.
|Numbers 1 – 100||Adults as part of the production team|
|Numbers 101 – 110||Adults on stage|
|Numbers 111 – 249||Young people on stage|
|Numbers 250- 299||Young people as part of the production team|
|Numbers 300-349||Adults who are involved in the front of house|
|Numbers 350-399||Young People who are involved in the front of house|
If you have been involded in the last years show, you will keep the number that you had in the previous years show. If for any reason you are not in a show your number will be given to someone else. There are some exceptions to this rule and the is to anyone who is deamed to have made signifficant contribution to the show;
Life Long Numbers
The following people have been given a number for life for their contributions. We would love to expand the list so if you would like to get involved please visit our join page.
1 – Tom Turner
Tom was the person who started the Gang Show back in 2013 and Produced, Directed and Stage Managed the show in 2013. Since then he has been involved in reviving the show.
2 – Rachael Turner
Rachael was integral to the effort to revive the BGS in 2018 and has helped to get the 2019 show running by offering to direct the show.
3 – Amy Fairclough
Amy was also integral to the effort to revive the BGS in 2018 and has stepped up in 2019 taking on more responsiblility for the show.