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 RISE AND FALL OF LITTLE VOICE
By Jim Cartwright
Directed by TONY BRIGHT
18th - 25th August 2018
Little Voice lives alone with her Mother Mari whose sole purpose in life is to find another man. Mari's imposing presence drives the shy Little Voice into utter seclusion and she spends her time in her bedroom listening to her late father's records. When small-time impresario Ray Say, Mari's latest catch, hears Little Voice's faultless impersonations of various famous singers, he recognises the gold in her voice and determines to exploit it, but the whirlwind rush for success breaks Little Voice and dashes Ray's hopes. Finally, however, Little Voice gains the courage to speak and sing in her own voice through the help of a very friendly telephone engineer called Billy.
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Shortcuts At The Priory at 11am
A LONG WAY DOWN
By Stuart Smithers
Directed by MURIEL CARNEGIE
20th - 25th August 2018
Midpoint on the westbound carriageway of the Severn Bridge sits Adam Traynor. He stares into the abyss. Gareth Jones, a passing cyclist, stops to speak to Adam. Can he put his world to rights? Can he show him the error of his ways - or must Adam jump to his own conclusion?