WELCOME TO THE ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Our members present a varied programme of productions throughout the year, including one for the Arundel Festival, all in the unique Priory Playhouse.
For those of you who prefer to come and watch, bring your friends and enjoy, in comfort, the special atmosphere of our intimate little theatre.
The upholstered seats are tiered to give a perfect view from every part of the house. The theatre is centrally heated, fully carpeted and there is even a licensed bar for your interval drink or coffee.
If you would like to join in the productions, there is always something to do. Whatever your interests (from programme selling to directing) you will be very welcome! Acting members will appreciate being able to rehearse on our own stage, having a well-equipped dressing room and excellent technical department.
If you are a beginner, we’ll be pleased to encourage you and give you the opportunity to gain experience and confidence. Join Us!
Arundel Players. The Priory Playhouse, London Road, Arundel.
OUR NEXT PRODUCTIONS
THE 39 STEPS
By Patrick Barlow
Directed by TONY HUDSON
1st - 6th April 2019
Based on John Buchan's classic novel and Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps, this hilarious comedy stars just four actors who play 139 roles in 100 minutes of fast-paced fun. The 39 Steps is a mix of a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre! This two-time Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning treat is packed with nonstop laughs, over 150 zany characters, handcuffs, missing fingers, and some good old-fashioned romance!
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Box Office 07523 417926 (Open from 1st March, daily until 9:00pm).
By Martin McDonagh
Directed by GILL LAMBOURN
10th - 15th June 2019
Set in an Oldham pub on the day in 1965 when hanging is abolished in the UK, Harry the landlord and retired hangman nurtures a deep-seated jealousy and resentment for Albert Pierrepoint, famed as the last and most prolific hangman. Throw into the mix a somewhat plain and innocent teenage daughter and an intriguing and slightly scary but strangely attractive stranger and the scene is set for Harry and his drinking pals to endure a day to be remembered for all the wrong reasons. To quote the Telegraph “this play is pitch perfect – perhaps line by line the funniest play London has seen for years” and The Times “Martin McDonagh did not invent black comedy but is certainly perfecting it.”