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Tideswell Community Players


Tideswell’s very own amateur drama group welcomes anyone who would like to come along – whether as an actor, stage technician, playwright, director or in the audience for our productions.

Tideswell Players have been active since 1930, presenting live entertainment for audiences from the village and beyond. Over the years we’ve performed nearly 200 of our own productions, and hosted more than 70 visiting professional shows.
We usually put on productions twice a year – in spring/summer and in the winter – varying from classics to light-hearted dramas and everything in between, sometimes with live musicians and dance/movement.

We have talented playwrights in our midst, creating entirely original pieces performed by and for Tideswell people. And we particularly welcome young people – as actors or backstage helping with lighting or sound – nurturing their talent in a safe environment.

We generally choose our venue according to the production. Our large-scale performances go down well in Tideswell Parish Church, while the smaller ones may suit church halls, the school hall or even a room above a village pub.

So, we’re a lively, friendly, adaptable bunch and we welcome everyone – whether as active participants or audience members who come along to support us.

For more information:

Facebook:
TideswellTheatre Twitter: @TideswellTheatre Phone: 07729 983005

Watch out for our publicity on village notice boards and Village Voice when the next production is coming up!


Past Events

Pies, Love and Peas.

Park Your Thoughts

All My Sons by Arthur Miller

Cheshire Cats by Gail Young

A Christmas Carol

Striking Dilemmas.

Rosencrantz and Guilenstern Are Dead

An Evening With Golden Giltrap

It's A Wonderful Life.

The Christmas Truce.

Alarms and Excursions by Michael Frayn

The Accrington Pals

The Stirrings in Sheffield on a Saturday Night

The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock

Tideswell Memories

Entertaining Angels

Metamorphosis

The Old Dance School

Pinnochio

Good Things by Liz Lochhead

Hopes and Fears

The Honey Man by New perspectives Theatre

Ladies' Day

Thin Air

The Way of The Drum

Loot by Joe Orton


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