Thank you to everyone involved over the three years for their support especially our cast & crew for all their hard work.
Guestbook: 53 entries
Martin Kershaw from Newark
Sunday, 24th July 2005 @ 3:52 PM
As a small child, I remember taking all my long and wonderful Summer holidays at my grandparents house at Skipsea. Her house was called Matson Court and tragically, the whole estate was taken by the big bad storms circa 1953. Each year, when we returned for a holiday, the distance between Matson Court and the cliff edge became smaller and smaller. Eventually, it was down to about 5 yards. Then that awful day came and I remember my parents in distress after learning that the whole estate including the wonderful, prize winning garden was taken. All that remains in my memory is the long, endless days as a small child, playing on the beach, fishing with my father and brother, walking alone to Barmston drain and of course, the beautiful garden that my grandmother cherished so much. I am wondering if The Bridlington Buttercups' name has anything to do with my Grandparents, who's names were Francesca and Herbert Kershaw. I would love to hear from anyone who knows anything about them and their Matson Court.
Martin Kershaw (Composer / Musician ages 61 years.)
Louise from Brid
Saturday, 28th August 2004 @ 11:45 AM
I am really glad to have done the shows this year. Let's just hope that the weather will hold up for next year's Pierrot troupe!!! Well done Demi, Shaunna, Brodie, Charlie, Beth and Fran I've had a great time hope you all have too!!! Thanks Rachael and Kate - have a nice time at uni !! luv Lou xx
Sheila and Clive from Sheffield, UK
Sunday, 15th August 2004 @ 11:44 PM
Looks as if the 2004 Show is a great hit! Well done to all involved.
We are sorry we will not be able to see the actual performance this year!
The web site is just superb... lots of interesting information.
Keep up the good work
Sheila and Clive
Uncle Tacko! from We are based in Bradford
Friday, 13th August 2004 @ 2:11 PM
Good to see some youngsters following-on in our tradition. The Pierrotters are the last-remaining professional seaside pierrot troupe in the country and this is our 21st Summer season! We are in Goole on Sunday, then I'm meeting people in Whitby, Filey, Scarborough & Bridlington to see if they would like to do a research project with us next year. Good luck with your troupe.
Keith Wagstaff from Bridlington
Thursday, 12th August 2004 @ 3:00 PM
So nice to see a group of enthusiastic young people doing some good for the community. You're doing very well. But, you need to use the microphone better. Could hardly hear you today, the music ought to have been louder too. Very well done, look forward to seeing you again soon.
Louise from Brid
Wednesday, 11th August 2004 @ 9:49 PM
Hi, I'm really looking forward to performing on Thursday. The website is great !!!! The pics are really good!! I'm glad im doing pierrots cause I've made loads of new friends and had a great time !!!!!
Lucy Silver from Bridlington
Monday, 12th July 2004 @ 1:02 PM
Hi I'm looking forward to watching my friend Shaunna in it she is soooooo good and she is going to do soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo well and when I watch her I'm going to make her laugh but she won't laugh because she is sensible (not) he he he he!
Friday, 18th June 2004 @ 9:08 PM
Hey everyone, I'm back to do the dancing for the third year running and as always looking forward to a new challenge!!!!!!!!
Beth from new Pierrots
Thursday, 17th June 2004 @ 3:41 PM
Lookin forward to doing it this year but we have a lot to look up to. It will be a laugh though.
Jo from Bridlington Area
Wednesday, 16th June 2004 @ 9:12 AM
Great website, very informative. Well done on your success, good luck for this years performances.