Monday, 7 October 2013

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The Crouch End Players is a friendly, dedicated and enthusiastic community theatre group based in London N8.  

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We pride ourselves on our rapidly-growing reputation for delivering consistently high-quality, professional-standard productions in a local setting.

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Our aim is to perform at least three productions per year, encouraging and supporting our members to get involved in many aspects of the production process. We work  hard,  but also have a lot of fun.

We offer a warm welcome to new members of the group, both performing and non-performing. 
As well as actors, we are always happy to meet people interested in costume or sound, music, design as well as active supporters to help run our performances and events (ticket sales, bar staff, etc).


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Excerpts from Cinderella, 2011

Production news, October 2013




After an incredibly busy schedule leading up to the 2013 Crouch End Festival, in which we produced no fewer than 4 shows (see gallery), rehearsals for our next production, "A History of Falling Things", by James Graham, are in full-swing.
Directed by Kate Stafford, it will be performed from November 20-23rd at the Moravian Church, Crouch End.

Tickets will be on sale soon (check Facebook and Twitter) online and in local outlets.



"...'Oh, you do look really good, though. You know. In the face. Oh and, uh, I love you.' Prisoners of their fear of falling things - keraunothetophobiacs - Jacqui and Robin are restricted to living indoors. When they meet online a relationship begins which forces them to confront their fear and discover what's real in their lives and what really matters. A History of Falling Things, a new play by the acclaimed young playwright James Graham, is a gentle love story that is fearful, funny and moving..." methuen drama


As if that wasn't enough excitement, we are about to begin preparing our February 2014 production, directed by Lindsay Pugh. This is set to be a spectacular piece of theatre, so keep checking for details!

'A Midsummer Nights Dream'  4 quick questions with the Director With just three weeks to go to show-week I caught up ...