Two members of Hall Green Little Theatre have been filmed for Mind Your Own Business, the BBC Television programme that tries to help people who are running small enterprises.
Its backroom boys seemed to think that the thespians at Hall Green qualified for an incursion with the cameras, with the result that Paul Millross, the new member who is newly in charge of the wardrobe there, and longstanding member Roy Palmer, found themselves on camera and looking anywhere but into the lens.
While Paul was featured among the hanging rails, Roy, who is one of Hall Green's busiest directors, was taken off the Malvern Festival Theatre to explore the way a rather bigger business does things.
The bonus at Hall Green - apart from its forthcoming 15 minutes of TV fame on a date that is yet to be fixed - is that while Roy was away the television people gave the foyer a makeover with new signage and four potted palms. On his return, Roy was filmed registering genuine shock and delight as he walked in.
Hall Green members have not yet been told what Roy learned in Malvern. Julia Roden, for the theatre, said, "Roy was so tied up with starting on the pantomime and directing our last play, Nobody's Perfect, that we haven't yet managed to nail him down."
But the hope is to have a members' evening at which the programme will be shown and Roy will be able to pass on some of the magic he learned at Malvern, in a theatre that has been transformed by a £4 million lottery grant.
When the rest of us will be able to see the programme has not yet been decided.
Incidentally, Hall Green patrons are this week seeing I'll Take You Home, Kathleen, featuring Sheila Evans, who wrote it, and Paul (Wardrobe) Millross, who also directs it. It continues until Saturday.