Shawbury Village Players will be hosting social events open to everyone, not just members on the last friday of each month.
Based on the success of the first two quiz nights there will be another at Shawbury Village Hall, 7.30pm. £3 per person.
Open to members and non-members. Teams of up to 6 – no need to book.
Tea and coffee are available and participants are welcome to bring their own drinks and snacks.
For more details ring 01939 251094
This Summer Shawbury Village Players will be Performing Hay Fever by Noel Coward
Date: 1st – 4th July 2014
Location: Acton Reynald Hall, Moreton Corbet, Nr Shrewbury SY4 4DX
A comic play written in 1924 set in an English Country house in the 1920s. The play deals with four eccentric members of the Bliss family and their outlandish behaviors when they each invite a guest to spend the weekend.
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We were lucky enough to feature in the Shropshire Star about our production of Sleeping Beauty. It was a great write up about the community work that is involved and some nice pictures too.
You can read the hole article at the following link:
Informal Reading / Auditions will be held at Shawbury Village Hall 7.30pm Wednesday 7th January for the 2015 Summer Production.
The play is a light comedy set in the 1920’s involving a family and their house guests! There are nine characters, five women and four men of varying ages (there are no children’s parts).
The play will be performed at Acton Reynald Hall between the1st to 4th July but those involved must be available from the 27th June until the 5th July. In the past rehearsals have been held on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons. This year the rehearsals will start at the beginning of April.
If you are interested in taking a part or helping with the technical elements please attend the reading /audition on the 7th January.
If you are not able to make this date but would still like to participate contact me on 01939 250612.
Shawbury Village Players in connection with the Shawbury Village Hall Charity are in the process of trying to raise £250,000 to provide a permanent home for the group. It will be located at Shawbury Village Hall, provide space for workshops, storage and much much more.
If you wish to donate or help us with our quest you can find out more on the link or email firstname.lastname@example.org
It is with great sadness that we report the sudden death of Roger Humphreys on Sunday 18th May.
Roger had been a stalwart of Shawbury Village players since 1980 just after the group first formed. His first production being Cinderella.
He will be fondly remembered in many ways, his zest for life, singing, painting skills and especially for his role of the Dame in many pantomimes over the years. Roger was one of the best ‘ad- libbers’ in the business and knew how ‘ to work’ an audience. He was always so full of life and lived it to the full. May he now rest in peace knowing how much he was loved by all and our thoughts are with his family.