here to see photos from 'Heatstroke'
- Do you feel the need to get
- Make new friends?
- Get involved with something different?
please think of
While we were constructing the set for
'Heatstroke'. we had a visit from Radio Norfolks' Sophie Little, who was
hunting for a clue for their Sunday morning treasure quest program.
(Click here for link) The clue
was found inside a blue hold-all, which was one of our props for the
free to come to Drayton Village Hall near Norwich on a Thursday evening to visit
us. You don't have to be an actor, there are many
other ways you can be involved as a member. We really need a good scenic
artist to come onboard, but if painting is not your virtue, you could be
creative in many other ways like set building, lighting, stage management, or front of
house, even book-keeping? The group has been performing twice yearly (or
sometimes more) since 1949.
Come on, we all had to start somewhere. Age
is no barrier. All you have to do is contact us. We are
immensely proud that the
Drayton Players have been
entertaining local audiences since 1949. That's 68 years!
If you are you a helper or carer for any disabled or elderly
people, please bring them to watch for free our dress rehearsal at
2.30pm on Sunday 25th November. We welcome groups from nursing homes
too. The feedback from 'Doughtys' nursing home residents, one of our regular
visitors, tell us they look
forward to it immensely and always have a lovely afternoon out. Please tell us in advance
if you wish to attend by calling the number below
For all enquiries call:
here to send a message.