Our 2018 season is as varied as it is exciting. Keep watching for more information! If you’d like to take part, visit our Noticeboard for audition information.
Evenings at 7.30, matinee on Saturday 24th at 2.30 p.m.
A BUNCH OF AMATEURS
by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman
STRATFORD THEATRE IN CRISIS
No, not ‘the swans-tearooms-giftshops’ Stratford but the rather less famous Stratford St John in Suffolk. The Stratford Players desperately need King Lear to be a success or it will be their last ever production and their theatre will be demolished for redevelopment. Maybe a big box office star will save them ? Enter Jefferson Steele, long-time Hollywood action hero, to play his very first Shakespeare role – live and on stage. Unfortunately, his agent, unable to find him work in the States, has allowed him to believe he is coming to Stratford-upon-Avon and the RSC…..
Cue comedy, frustration, culture-shock and a surprising finale in this acute but affectionate study of amateur theatre by Private Eye’s Ian Hislop and Nick Newman.
Director: Nic Walsh
Evenings at 7.30, matinee on Saturday 14th at 3.0 pm
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
by William Shakespeare
a contemporary production, set in Stratford-upon-Avon early in the 21st century.
Director: Amanda Laidler
Audition dates: Tues 20th and Sunday 29th March.
Evenings at 7.30 p.m.
a new play by Bernard Hall
A medieval and modern tale of power, betrayal….and cathedral-building
Time Masons contains strong language, scenes of a sexual nature, and violence.
Recommended for 16+ only
and in June we will be taking part in the Lighthorne One Act Play drama festival with
another new play
by Jackie Lines