a friendly, enthusiastic and welcoming amateur dramatic society. presenting plays since 1948

     We're back
      on stage!

After more than 18 months away, we shall be back on stage this October,

with two fantastic plays!

 OCTOBER PRODUCTION:

   TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS

     "BARBECUE" and

  "UNDER MILK WOOD"

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            BARBECUE

 written by Stephen Scheurer-

 Smith and directed by Graham Budd.

Newly-arrived Lydia and Edward decide to hold a barbecue to meet the neighbours, but from eco-warrior Kate to pushy property developer Trevor, they soon realise that they are ringmasters at a circus of warring factions! 

   UNDER MILK WOOD

      (abridged)

     written by Dylan Thomas        and directed by

Rodney Pearson

  

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A day in the life of a small Welsh fishing village. This is the stage version of Dylan Thomas’s lyrical masterpiece.

This production recently won the runner-up award at the All Winners National Drama Festival in Coventry.

We're delighted to be returning to our home stage at Cobham Village Hall this October to present these two plays.

 Dates and times:

 8 p.m. each evening on:

Thursday 28th

Friday 29th

Saturday 30th October 2021

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Cobham's 63rd + 1st

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     If you'd like to join us, we're always  keen to welcome new members!

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                 donation?

 

Since January 2020 we have not been charging to view our productions. But we still have overheads to cover - and licence fees to pay. So if you would like to make a donation, please just click on the "Donate" button below.

It will be received very gratefully!

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 When you come to our show in October, we’re introducing a few changes to make your evening even more enjoyable.

 

    When you arrive, we’ll be using two entrances   to Cobham Village Hall.

    If you are seated at tables B, C, E, F, H, J, L, M,   O or P, please try to arrive between 7.15 p.m. and

 7.45 p.m. and enter through the Small Hall door at

 the centre of the building.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

    If you are seated at tables A, D, G, K, N or Q,   please arrive between 7.30 p.m. and 7.50 p.m.   and enter through the main entrance door.

    Cobham Players members will be there to   assist. Please aim to arrive at or shortly after the   earlier time in your arrival slot. 

 

    If you have ordered from the bar in advance,   your items will be waiting for you, with your   name, at your table.

    If you haven’t pre-ordered, you will be able to   buy from the bar before curtain up by using our   new waiter service. Waiters will also take orders   for the interval and have programmes for you to   buy.

    If you can, please use credit/debit cards for   payment.

 

    After the show, please exit by the same door   by which you came in.

 

We hope you have a wonderful evening!

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Our January 2022 production

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 CURTAIN UP ON MURDER
Dates: 6th - 8th January 2022
Cobham Village Hall

Members of an amateur dramatic group meet to rehearse in a theatre at the end of a pier. One by one, they perish. Will there be anyone left on stage by the end?
A mystery with a twist to end all twists!
Written by Bettine Manktelow
Mark the date in your diaries!
Booking available in November.

 

AWARD FOR

THE GRADUATE

Our autumn 2019 production, "The Graduate", won the 2019 Award of Play Excellence

   for NODA District 19.

Congratulations to everybody involved in this fantastic show!

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  Private events

 

We can provide actors your club evenings or company events.

 

Would you be interested in a Murder Mystery or a “Bluffers” evening? 

Now that Covid restrictions have been relaxed, we can organise it for you!

 

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