Spring 2017

We have finished our Spring production and now looking forward to reading possible plays through the summer, ready for November. Dates are Thurs 23rd – Sat 25th November 2017.      If you are interested in joining us please see the Contacts page and get in touch.

For photos of our recent productions go to Past Productions.

We look forward to seeing you at our next production.

 

2017 Spring Production Announced

We are pleased to announce that the Spring Production for 2017 is to be a comedy. ‘No Time for Fig Leaves’, by Duncan Greenwood and Robert King, will run from Thursday 30th March to Saturday 1st April, beginning at 7.30 pm in the Westbury on Trym Methodist Church Hall. Please click on the flyer for further details and ticket prices.

Hope to see you there!  🙂

Trouble in Pantoland!

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Something’s amiss with the Wicked Queen’s Magic Mirror, Cinderella has been jilted at the altar by Prince Charming, all the Heroes have disappeared. Who can save Pantoland from Evil Wizard ‘He Whose Name Nobody Can Remember’? Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty or maybe a Frog?!

Do come along and see the new panto on 24th to 26th November. Click on the leaflet above, to enlarge for further details.

November Production

We have now chosen and cast our next production, rehearsals start in September. We look forward to seeing you there, and of course you could still get involved backstage or with refreshments.

” Trouble in Pantoland”

by Sharon Hulm

Thurs 24th – Sat 26th November

Spring Production 2016

Our Spring production will be Michael Palin’s “The Weekend” a contemporary comedy :

When his daughter Diana and her dreary husband Alan, precocious child Charlotte and incontinent dog Pippa come for the weekend, Stephen Febble does his best to be difficult, reaching for the Whisky bottle with sarcasm. Things climax Saturday night when his wife Virginia gives a dinner party and the Podiatrist comes too!

Autumn play: The Inaccurate Conception

This autumn’s production is called ‘The Inaccurate Conception’ and is a comic look at The Nativity, as performed by seven year olds! It will take place on 26th to the 28th of November 2015, at Westbury-on-Trym Methodist Church Hall.

Young teacher Celia Whibley is ‘challenged’ to direct the Primary School Nativity Play. Unruly Class 3C is the least of her troubles. The real obstacles are unhelpful staff bent on sabotage. Will this ‘personal development opportunity’ be worth the struggle?

Teachers, parents and seven-year olds alike, are played by adults in this comic portrayal of everybody’s first brush with theatre: the School Nativity Play.

Innacurate cons