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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.

THE PRIORY PLAYHOUSE

OUR NEXT PRODUCTIONS

WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?

WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?

By Brian Clark
Directed by GILL LAMBOURN

24th - 29th October 2016

This is the story of a young man's fight to prove he is fit to make his own decision whether to live or die. First performed in 1978, it remains totally relevant today more than 30 years later. Well into the 21st century we continue to struggle with the complex emotional and legal issues surrounding end of life decisions and this play will give you much to discuss afterwards. But fear not - it is also packed with witty and humorous dialogue and flirting and romance feature as well as thought provoking scenarios.

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Box Office 07523 417926 (Open from 26th September, daily until 9:00pm).

RELATIVELY SPEAKING

RELATIVELY SPEAKING

By Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by RICHARD GREENHORN

23rd - 28th January 2017

The play opens in Ginny's flat. Ginny is getting ready to have a day out in the country at the home of her lover - Philip. Her intentions - to end the relationship.

Greg wants to spend the day with Ginny, whether that be in the flat or in the country. He believes she is going to visit her parents but is becoming increasingly suspicious of her. He finds the country address and decides to surprise her there.

Greg arrives ahead of Ginny and meets 'the parents' first. Confusion ensues as Greg declares his intentions to marry 'their daughter'.

When Ginny arrives she has no idea what has gone before but eventually has to go along with the story.

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