Based in Forest Hill, south-east London, this friendly Amateur Dramatic Society, formed in 1934, presents two full-length productions every year.

Now located in the new St George's Church, technology has improved since those early days. The improvised footlights, made from old biscuit tins, have long-since been replaced with modern lighting equipment, and the scenery can be relied upon to stand firm!

We welcome Applications for membership from anyone who would like to "tread the boards" or get involved in other tasks, such as set design, scenery construction, lighting, sound, props, prompting, Box Office, costumes, making tea, sweeping the stage and all the other jobs that have to be done by a small, but dedicated drama group.

We are especially interested in directors and those interested in directing.

The group meets twice a week for rehearsals as well as holding Quiz Evenings and other social events. See diary for important dates.

We try to maintain a broad age profile. Whilst many are in their twenties, thirties and forties, our present membership includes three who have each celebrated 50 years with the Players!

We hope you will enjoy browsing through our website and that we might look forward to meeting some new friends. Just contact us for more information.

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