Welcome to the Woodchurch Players’ website. Woodchurch is a picturesque village nestling in the heart of the Kent countryside. The Players present three productions a year ranging from pantomime to comedy and drama. Our productions take place in the Memorial Hall next to the village green.

The Players welcome new members who are interested in not just acting but in all aspects of the theatre. For more information contact our Secretary via our contact page here

What’s On?

POSTPONED | The Thirty-Nine Steps – 14th, 15th & 16th May 2020 | POSTPONED
DIRECTED BY: BEN VINCER

It is with regret but in line with Government advice, we are postponing our production of ‘The 39 Steps’.

We do intend to perform it later in the year so as soon as we have new dates, we will let you know!

News

2 weeks ago

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Anyone aged 12 years and over can audition! 😀🎭🎼🐱HOW EXCITING IS THIS?!

That's right, we are going to be performing 'Cats: The Musical' at the Sinden Theatre, Tenterden from the 17th-20th February 2021.

This show is a challenge not usually taken on by Am Dram groups but we KNOW we are up to the challenge with a fantastic team of creatives and the plethora of talent around our area!

Tomorrow evening (Monday 11th) at 8pm, we will have our first information evening via Zoom.

If you wish to attend, simply visit us02web.zoom.us/j/5613655238 under Meeting ID 561 365 5238 where the creative team will answer all the questions and queries you have!

If you are unable to attend, don't worry! We will make the session recording available online for you to refer to whenever you need to.

We are really excited to get going on this and hope to see as many of you as possible involved in the beginning stages!
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Anyone aged 12 years and over can audition! 😀🎭🎼🐱

 

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Loved the announcement!😊

You’re more than welcome! What an announcement - very exciting!

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1 month ago

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This cartoon is doing the circuit, but only right we jump on the bandwagon this time! Let’s just hope we can bring you a panto for January 2021 👍🏻

2 months ago

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Mini party of caffeine and chocolate before putting ‘The 39 Steps’ away for now. Take care everyone.

2 months ago

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Throw back to a couple of weeks ago at our first read through of ‘The 39 Steps’ 😞❤️🚂
NOW POSTPONED UNTIL IT IS SAFE TO CONTINUE.
Thank you to those who have already bought tickets ☺️ and please hold onto them until we know our new performance dates- then this show will be one of the best ways to celebrate coming out of our burrows! 🐰🐻 All good wishes to everyone and see you eventually. 🎭
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Throw back to a couple of weeks ago at our first read through of ‘The 39 Steps’ 😞❤️🚂
NOW POSTPONED UNTIL IT IS SAFE TO CONTINUE. 
Thank you to those who have already bought tickets ☺️ and please hold onto them until we know our new performance dates- then this show will be one of the best ways to celebrate coming out of our burrows! 🐰🐻 All good wishes to everyone and see you eventually. 🎭

2 months ago

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Director's Blog Week 3!
Hi all,
As part of this blog, I am not going to dwell on the current situation regarding the Corona Virus as I am sure, like me, that you are well aware of the impact that it is having on the daily lives of many people both locally, nationally and internationally. As it presently stands, we are continuing with our production of ‘The 39 Steps’ and will keep you up to date with any developments which come out of this highly dynamic situation.
For me and many others, Amateur Dramatics have become a ‘safe haven’ away from the stresses of daily life, where friends come together to have fun and produce entertainment which can bring smiles to the faces of their families and of those in the local communities. So long as we are safe to do so, maintaining this spirit of comaradery is so important in troubling times. I have an incredible cast and technical team and will continue talking and listening to them over the coming weeks and months and their safety and comfort will continue to be my number one priority.
After that rather sombre start, we move forward onto this week’s rehearsals! This week, we welcomed James and Louise back and having all seven members of the on-stage cast enabled us to crack on with pulling all of last week’s hard work together. Some of the highlights included Beth and James having good fun working out a rather complex scene involving an arm chair and a very nifty escape; Mark nearly blowing a blood vessel whilst performing a Scottish pre-dinner prayer and Kim playing a coat stand with great aplomb! Having received the first props in the form of our movable boxes (naturally being transformed from scene to scene into different roles!), next week we will be tackling the ever famous train chase scene – sure to be a cracker!
Finally, with this blog we are delighted to be able to launch our poster! As you may have worked out from recent Facebook posts, the highlight of this year’s production poster is three of our very own cast in role! You will come to see this eye-catching image around the village and in the surrounding areas and hopefully it will help to engage both regulars and passing traffic. The image itself was created by my good friend, Steve Town, and I remain incredibly grateful to him for agreeing to produce this for us. Please do print and share copies of it – it all helps.
Have a good week,
Ben 🙂
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Directors Blog Week 3!
Hi all,
As part of this blog, I am not going to dwell on the current situation regarding the Corona Virus as I am sure, like me, that you are well aware of the impact that it is having on the daily lives of many people both locally, nationally and internationally. As it presently stands, we are continuing with our production of ‘The 39 Steps’ and will keep you up to date with any developments which come out of this highly dynamic situation. 
For me and many others, Amateur Dramatics have become a ‘safe haven’ away from the stresses of daily life, where friends come together to have fun and produce entertainment which can bring smiles to the faces of their families and of those in the local communities. So long as we are safe to do so, maintaining this spirit of comaradery is so important in troubling times. I have an incredible cast and technical team and will continue talking and listening to them over the coming weeks and months and their safety and comfort will continue to be my number one priority.
After that rather sombre start, we move forward onto this week’s rehearsals! This week, we welcomed James and Louise back and having all seven members of the on-stage cast enabled us to crack on with pulling all of last week’s hard work together. Some of the highlights included Beth and James having good fun working out a rather complex scene involving an arm chair and a very nifty escape; Mark nearly blowing a blood vessel whilst performing a Scottish pre-dinner prayer and Kim playing a coat stand with great aplomb! Having received the first props in the form of our movable boxes (naturally being transformed from scene to scene into different roles!), next week we will be tackling the ever famous train chase scene – sure to be a cracker!
Finally, with this blog we are delighted to be able to launch our poster! As you may have worked out from recent Facebook posts, the highlight of this year’s production poster is three of our very own cast in role! You will come to see this eye-catching image around the village and in the surrounding areas and hopefully it will help to engage both regulars and passing traffic. The image itself was created by my good friend, Steve Town, and I remain incredibly grateful to him for agreeing to produce this for us. Please do print and share copies of it – it all helps.
Have a good week,
Ben :)

 

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Lovely blog Ben VincerVincer.x

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