Welcome to Players Theatre

Home to Players Dramatic Society, an award winning drama group established in 1925

Finally, the lifting of lockdown restrictions is just a few weeks away and we are all looking forward to resuming activities in our theatre.

Plans for our exciting new season of plays are in progress, the first play, Time of My Life, by Alan Ayckbourn, has already been cast and director appointed. Rehearsals should begin in August.

In the meantime, we have identified jobs to be done in the building and planned some major refurbishments to be carried out ready for opening to the public.

All-in-all our theatre is waking up from what seems to have been a long nightmare.

It will be so good to welcome everyone back soon.

 

Players Theatre , 27th May 2021

 

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Players Theatre, Anfield Rd, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle SK8 5EX, UK

0161 485 1441

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Upcoming Events

  • Time of My Life
    Sat, 25 Sep
    Players Theatre
    A family celebration brings up all kinds of issues... Time of My Life by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Anne Wint. Performances from 26th September to 3rd October (excluding Sunday) - curtain up at 19:45 This amateur performance is presented by arrangement with Samuel French
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  • Actress, by Anne Enright
    Time is TBD
    Players Theatre
    "Man Booker Prize-winner and bestselling author Anne Enright's latest--a brilliant and moving novel about fame, sexual power, and a daughter's search to understand her mother's hidden truths." Performances will be every evening for a week (excluding Sunday) with curtain up at 19:45
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  • Caught in the Net
    Time is TBD
    Players Theatre
    Caught in the Net, by Ray Cooney, is a hilarious and sometimes farcical comedy about a man with two wives and his ongoing misadventures. Performances will be every evening for a week (excluding Sunday) with curtain up at 19:45
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  • Stones in His Pockets
    Time is TBD
    Players Theatre
    Stones in His Pockets, by Marie Jones, is a tragicomic two-hander about a small town in Ireland turned upside down by a visiting Holywood film crew. Performances will be every evening for a week (excluding Sunday) with curtain up at 19:45
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