a friendly, enthusiastic and welcoming amateur dramatic society. presenting plays since 1948
An exciting programme of virtual theatre
is underway this summer and autumn!
OUR SEPTEMBER SHOW
AT HOME WITH THE
"At Home with the Herringbones" is
written by Bob Charteris and directed by Cathy Hudson.
To view this rehearsed play reading in full
click the button below and e-mail
General Enquiries, with the heading,
OUR OCTOBER SHOW
"Crossed Lines" is a brand new play, written by Mike Dawes, and is now available to watch in full!
Set in the late 1960s, it show just what can go wrong when lines are crossed!
If you'd like to be part of our
it's easy to join!
Click "Membership" below.
Cobham Players membership fees have been waived for the year ending 31st May 2021.
Join now! It's simple and easy. Click below.
We can provide actors your club evenings or company events.
Would you be interested in a Murder Mystery or a “Bluffers” evening?
As soon as Covid-19 restrictions permit, we can organise it for you!
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OUR NOVEMBER PLAY
In November we shall be having a play reading of Agatha Christie's 1954 radio play, "Personal Call".
The reading can be attended by all Cobham Players members in the comfort of your own home! Details will be sent nearer the time.
In the play James Brent receives a chilling telephone call, seemingly from beyond the grave. His dead wife, Fay, is waiting for him at the very place she met her grisly end...
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"Treasure Island" will be our December pantomime!
Written by Ruth Giordano and directed by Cathy Hudson, the "virtual" show will feature all the well-known characters!
Available to view by all members in December.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
Our 2020 pantomime,
"Alice in Wonderland", delighted our audiences during its run from
9th - 11th January.
Written by Andrew O'Leary and directed by Mike Dawes, the show featured all the well-known and much loved characters created by Lewis Carroll: the White Rabbit, the March Hare and the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, the Queen of Hearts, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, to name just a few.
If you came along to watch, thank you to everyone!
The cast of "Alice in Wonderland"
after the last performance
11th January 2020