If you’re a member or have previously been a member of the Chelford Players we would like to invite you to an after show party at Chelford Village Hall on 29th November.
The performance will finish at approximately 10pm. Please join us in the bar for a few drinks and nibbles.
It would be great if you could bring some food to share, but it’s not mandatory. We would just love to see you!
Join us, The Chelford Players, for a fun and entertaining evening featuring a lively mix of comedy sketches and dance.
Within the variety of entertainment, the evening will include performances of:
High Steaks – a comedy by Andrew Bawn published by Lazy Bee Scripts and;
The Last Bread Pudding – a comedy by Nick Warburton published by Samuel French.
The Chelford Players Juniors will also be performing musical numbers, choreographed by Sophie Coleman from the Silk Dance Academy, Macclesfield.
High Steaks won ‘The Adjudicators Award’ at The Wilmslow
Guild Drama Festival in June 2019.
We are currently planning our next production and are considering a one-act play to be entered into the Wilmslow Drama Festival in June.
If you would like to be involved, contact us via our Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
More details will be announced soon.
All entries were fantastic and it was a hard choice for our adjudicators David Wood and Donald Ashbury. However awards go to the outstanding performances listed below:
Best junior play – Macbeth by Altrincham Creative Theatre Society Juniors (A.C.T.S)
David Wood Trophy for Best Individual Junior Performance – Will Cleary for Banquo in Macbeth (A.C.T.S)
Best Youth Play – Sour Grapes and Ashes by Altrincham Creative Theatre Society Youth
The Donald Ashbury Trophy for Best Individual Youth Performance – Hannah Bowden for Pat in Sour Grapes and Ashes (A.C.T.S)
Best Senior Play – Lost by Davenham Players
Best Senior Individual Performance – George Ogazi for Man in Lost (Davenham)
Adjudicator’s Special Award – Jason Todd for Doctor Mactavish in Macbeth.
Our thanks go to Adjudicators David Wood and Donald Ashbury and to Bev for her hard work organising the festival.
The Chelford Players are hosting a drama festival of one-act plays in June. We’re seeking one-act entries from Juniors and Adults.
Adjudictors are: David Wood and Donald Ashbury.
If your society would like to enter the 2018 Chelford Drama Festival please contact Bev Ibbotson at email@example.com before 20th April 2018.
We look forward to seeing you.
We’re having a great time rehearsing for our next production – Ladies Day by Amanda Whittington. We would love you to come and see us.
It’s a great play, full of fun and laughter. We’re performing for 3 nights – Thursday 8th, Friday 9th and Saturday 10th June.
Tickets are £9. Book now at our Box office.
Our next production, after Ladies Day will be Lucky Balls by Louise Roche, on 30th November, 1st & 2nd December 2017.
Auditions will be held at Chelford Village Hall on 4th September. Unfortunately there are no parts for children, it’s an adults only production.
More info to follow – but save the date in your diary!