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
by Richard Stockwell
directed by IAN BLACK
9th - 14th April 2018
Rick has helped out Jane when she couldn't pay in the supermarket. There is clearly sexual tension between them, as she gives Rick a lift home and comes in for a drink. They exchange information about themselves in a form of foreplay, but this begins to expose their true reasons for being there. Jane's husband is suspected of murdering his mistress. Rick has been sending threatening letters to Jane's husband to implicate him in the murder. Rick has a score to settle with Jane's husband from his past. Further twists implicate both of them of orchestrating the situation as the play progresses.
by R.C. Sherriff
directed by GILL LAMBOURN
11th - 16th June 2018
Set in the trenches near Saint-Quentin, Aisne, in 1918 towards the end of the First World War, Journey's End gives a glimpse into the experiences of the officers of a British Army infantry company in World War I. The entire story plays out in the officers' dugout over four days from 18 March 1918 to 21 March 1918, during the run-up to the real-life events of Operation Michael.