Wootton Country Players


If you are interested in helping out please contact us - you can find our details on the about us page, or you can look at our past productions (not all of which are online, we’ve been going since 1977!).

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We’re always looking for new adult members, on-stage, back-stage, front-of-house or helping with props, scenery, costumes, painting, music and technical.

Why not come along and see what’s happening; we’re normally rehearsing on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 8 pm, at Wootton Village Hall.


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Coming next.... A Quadruple Bill

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Our last production was The Ever After - A Musical!

After our successful first attempt at a musical we decided to perform another!

Snow White is looking to rebuild her relationship with The Evil Queen and the Stepsisters want to re-connect with Cinderella? But relationships are built on trust and forgiveness and can any of them forgive past mistakes?

All parties have called for help from Jen, host of “Totally live with Jen” to re-build relationships and the resident psychiatrist Jiminy Crickett will need to work hard with all involved if the relationships are going to work.

By Nathan Hartswick. Music and Lyrics by Bill Francour.

Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Denver Colorado.

Our next production is three four “one act” plays.

Sparkling Pesticide” by James Leyland. Three women decide to murder their husbands in this ridiculously hilarious play with multiple twists.

Unhappy Medium” by Sue Coussy & James Leyland. Three members of a local Ladies Guild get more than they bargain for when a psychic booked for one of their evenings turns out to be uncannily accurate in this "dead silly" comedy.

These two plays are published by Peninsula Productions.

Pinky Promise” written by Emily Kirkup and performed by the players Youth Section. The action is set in a school where the children think they have put a curse on their teacher.

Pool (no water)” by Mark Ravenhill. A bohemian physical drama piece, hypnotic and razor sharp, tearing up the ideals of friendship and art exposing a deep vein of envy.

Dates: Friday 19th May and Saturday 20th May at Wootton Village Hall starting at 7:30PM. Adult tickets cost £6.50, £5.50 for concessions and can be purchased online (see below), from Pauline Richardson on 01234 300972 or Tina Kirkup on 07788 857040.

Refreshments and Licensed Bar available.

Suggested audience 12a, as mild swear words!


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