Tag: Thame Players

Thame Players Auditions

Title of Play: Murdered to Death – Written by Peter Gordon and directed by Adam Hurst Auditions on Wednesday 10th January 7.45pm Performances 8th to 12th May 2018 at 7.45pm Spoof comedy with a Jane Marple character, an Inspector Clouseau character, fake accents and the poor Police Constable who gets shot – twice. Who dunnit? The Read More


Cinderella is a universally appealing story; with the pantomime addition of a faithful friend called Buttons, a fairy godmother, the traditional Pantomime Dames as the ugly sisters, a pantomime horse and singing and dancing, the festive fun is complete! This year’s pantomime was written by Ben Crocker who comes from a theatrical family and is Read More

November with Thame Players

Opera Anywhere presents: Gilbert & Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance & HMS Pinafore Pirates: Friday 3rd November at 7.45pm & Sunday 5th November at 3pm HMS Pinafore: Saturday 4th November at 7.45pm In Pirates of Penzance an unfortunate case of mishearing results in a dramatic change of direction for Frederic who sets course to become a ‘pirate’ instead of Read More

Number One Best-Selling Soprano Joanna Forest to perform in Thame

As part of her nationwide tour, Stars Are Rising The Live Tour, official number one best-selling soprano Joanna Forest is appearing at The Players Theatre, Thame,  on Friday 29th September, supported by the Thame Children’s Choir (TCC2). Described as one of the most exciting and important sopranos performing today, she has performed to millions on Read More

Rattigan’s tale of love and longing won’t brown you off

The Browning Version is one of Terence Rattigan’s best-known plays, with a subtext worthy of Pinter and pathos befitting a Greek tragedy. Since it was first performed in 1948 it has achieved huge success, including two film versions and at least four TV adaptations. Thame Players are putting on a new production, which opens on Tuesday 12th September at the Read More

Baroque Theatre Company Summer Tour 2017

Comedy Triple Bill with All Female Cast As part of their summer tour of 28 venues around the UK, the much-loved and acclaimed Baroque Theatre Company are performing their Comedy Triple Bill at The Players Theatre, Thame on Sunday 23rd July. The Comedy Triple Bill features three short plays in one hilarious evening of fast-paced performances from an Read More

Thame Players Want You!

Thame Players is a thriving amateur theatre group with over 200 members and friends, founded 70 years ago. We present a wide variety of quality productions from Shakespeare to pantomime, putting on five productions of our own every year, together with a range of visiting shows. Whether you wish to audition for a part, work Read More

Honk! is No Ugly Duckling

Honk!, an award-winning musical based on the story of The Ugly Duckling, the much-loved fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, is Thame Players’ next production, opening on Tuesday 11th July at the Players Theatre. As the first musical Thame Players have staged for 14 years it’s an excellent choice. Honk! The Musical, which is fully orchestrated in Thame Read More

What’s on at Thame Players in July

Honk By George Stiles & Anthony Drewe Tuesday 11th July to Saturday 15th July at 7.45pm Thame Players present this heart-warming re-imagining of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling. This fully orchestrated musical tells the story of Ugly, an aesthetically challenged duck, who finds himself pushed out by the other members of the duck-yard, leading Read More

Thame Players – June 2017

Comedy @ the Players Theatre Friday 16th June 7.45pm Matt Forde, who has his own TV programme on called Unspun with Matt Forde on Dave, is one of the country’s most in-demand satirists, having appeared on ITVs The Royal Variety Performance 2015, BBCs Have I Got News For You and Mock the Week, and other Read More

Thame Players – In May 2017

Absent Friends by Alan Ayckbourne A Thame Players production Tuesday 9th May to Saturday 13th May 7.45pm When Colin, who has been absent, comes back to his circle of friends, they are worried about how to approach him over the death of his fiancée. Diana organises a tea party for Colin’s arrival. There are tensions Read More