Welcome to the Radlett Players Web Site

The Radlett Players are a small but very active amateur dramatic Society that aim to put on two plays a year in the Spring and the Autumn in the Radlett Area. We also complete a number of other in-house projects such as sketch evenings that give everybody the chance to improve their stage craft.


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REGULAR MEETINGS

We hold regular play reading evenings at the Scout H.Q. in Scrubbits Park Road, Radlett. Please contact any committee member for the next meeting and instructions on how to get to the Scout H.Q.. This is a fantastic opportunity for potential new members to meet older members in the Society and 'have a go' in a no pressure environment. Previous play reading evenings have proved very popular in the past.

We will continue to have these on a regular basis, being the first Wednesday in every Month. The next one will be on Wed. March 1st 2017 at the Scout H.Q. starting at 8:00 p.m.

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NEXT PLAY

The Spring Play in May 2017 will be 'The Lady Killers' adapted from the famous film starring Alec Guiness and adapted by Graham Linehan (of Father Ted fame). Auditions were held on Monday 9th January at the Scout HQ Scrubbits Park Road Radlett and the cast chosen. It is to be directed by David Barron. He is a very experienced actor and director who starred in our last production of 'Laying the Ghost'. This famous Ealing Comedy is very funny and not to be missed.. To see more details click on 'OUR NEXT PLAY' .

 

 

 

Site last updated 9th Feb 2017  
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