Pudding Bag Productions

Exploring history and heritage through digital mediaWendy Freer and Mary Barker

Pudding Bag Productions was founded in 2013 by Wendy Freer and Mary Barker. Wendy and Mary were the founders of the Film Unit at Ashby de la Zouch Museum in 2010. They closed the Film Unit and formed an independent Heritage group in 2013. In 2016 we were joined by a third member, Glenn Mander.
We are mainly interested in making films, documentaries and drama, which explore and interpret local history themes.

We have worked with community groups, schools, voluntary museums and other heritage organisations.
Our film, A Town Divided; everyday life and strife in Ashby de la Zouch during the English Civil War,which was produced in partnership with Ashby's Rising Stars Drama School, was Highly Commended at the Leicestershire & Rutland Heritage Awards.
Remembering Lorna Titley

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Heritage Group of the Year

Pudding Bag Productions is
Heritage Group of the Year 2016/17
for Leicestershire and Rutland

Quick Flicks

Our annual showcase event takes place at The Venture Theatre, Ashby de la Zouch as part of Ashby Arts Festival.

QUICK FLICKS 2017 is Saturday 27th May 7.30pm at The Venture Theatre, Ashby de la Zouch.

Tickets are free from Ashby Tourist Information Centre, 01530 411767.

Past Quick Flicks films can be viewed on line:

Our latest publication, a book about Ann Ayre Hely, the Crimean War Nurse from Ravenstone, Leicestershire, is out now.
More information here.

Read more about our projects, current and past HERE.

Want to be in the movies?

We are always on the lookout for potential new cast members of all ages. Previous acting experience is always useful but even if you have none or little and would like to have a go, get in touch.

Keep up to date with what we are up to by visiting our Facebook Page.
We are also on Twitter: @Pudding_Bag_P

Pudding Bag Productions is a member of Leicestershire & Rutland Heritage Forum.


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