WELCOME TO EWHURST PLAYERS

Nestled at the foot of the Surrey Hills, we're a company of cheery folk with a love of drama. We like to do things well while at the same time embracing new actors and singers at all levels, young and old. So, if you fancy treading the boards with us, just get in touch with our Secretary, Amanda Jones, on 01483 548562 or secretary@ewhurstplayers.com

NEXT SHOW | ROBIN HOOD AND THE BABES IN THE WOOD BY BEN CROCKER

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PERFORMANCE DATES

10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18 February 2023

 

You'll find the cast on the NEXT SHOW page.

If you would like to be in involved in Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood is some other way, either helping to build the set, help out backstage or front of house, please contact Amanda Jones on secretary@ewhurstplayers.com

MAJESTY | A JUBILEE HIT

At Ewhurst Players we do a good anthology. And "Majesty" was no exception. Billed as a scrapbook of Queen Elizabeth’s reign and a snapshot of Great Britain through the eyes, ears, voices and music of the nation, writer and director Mike Fanya got it absolutely spot on. Aided by the stalwart Victoria Helstrip and a 30+ cast and crew, Mike got toes tapping, throats a-lumping and tears of pride flowing. We won't see anything like it for a long time!

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NODA REVIEW | BEST OF THE WEST

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Kay Rowan from NODA writes: "A West End Musical Extravaganza" - An exciting title and an exciting evening travelling through some of the best musicals ever written.
It must have been difficult deciding what to leave out. The directors, Meg Bray and Simon Fraser, are to be congratulated on such a fine evening with such fine performers.
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NODA REVIEW | THE LADY IN THE VAN

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Pauline Surrey from NODA writes: The story of the arrival on Alan Bennett’s driveway of the Lady in the Van, and her subsequent 15 year stay, first appeared in his memoirs ‘Writing Home’. Then he wrote the play, later the film appeared. We all know and love Mr Bennett, that National Treasure, and here his writing was as always crisp, funny, acutely observed, and very moving. Read full article >>