Aladdin – Dates for the diary

All meetings at The Mission Hall, Mission Square, Brentford TW8 0SD

Rehearsals from Sept 9th
Sunday afternoons at 2.30 – 4.45pm)
Wednesday evenings at 8pm ** (Principal actors only)

.Backstage crew please contact us, we have lots of opportunities 

** Please note Wednesday evening will be principal actors only unless otherwise advised.**

More detail can be found in the earlier post, just look below for the panto dames

Just to remind you, it’s the Brentford Festival on Sunday 2nd September ( and we have a pitch booked for St Faith’s Players. We will be there setting up from 10am and will be there all day, advertising our upcoming events (The Old Time Musical and Aladdin), selling tickets and signing up new members. Please come along and help us in the gazebo, even if it’s just for half an hour; we’d really appreciate it. Thank you so much to those of you who have already told me you are coming.

Also I hope you have got your tickets for our fundraising spectacular – A Magnificent, Marvellous, Music Hall Extravaganza – on the 8th September 7.30pm at Paul’s Church Brentford (behind Morrisons on the High Street). This is going to be highly entertaining evening of songs and variety acts to commemorate the end of WWI and various other key events. Please encourage your families and friends to come, we want to raise lots of money and have a good audience. Tickets are available from the box office: 020 8560 3718 and are £10.


Thanks everyone! Hopefully I’ll see you on Sunday

Tickets Now On Sale

Tickets are now on sale for


8th September 2018 – Doors 7:30 Show 8:00pm
St Paul’s Church St Paul’s Road Brentford TW8 0PM

Tickets £10 from 020 8560 3718










Here is a little taster to get you in the mood



New Committee Members

The Executive Committee of St Faith’s Players are on the look out for a new member because, unfortunately, one person is no longer able to continue. Could this new committee member be you? It isn’t a massively time consuming task and we are all very friendly. We would love to hear from you if you are at all interestedThank you!

St Faith’s Players – Chairwoman


St Faith’s Players, Brentford’s only local drama group, are putting on a production of Aladdin, a traditional pantomime this Christmas  We will be performing at The Waterman’s Arts Centre on Thursday 29th Nov – Saturday 1st December—2.30 & 7.30) and we want to give YOU the opportunity to be in it!

Join Us!

  • Script read-through— Sun 8th (2.30) and Wed 11th July (8pm) at The Mission Hall, Mission Square, Brentford TW8 0SD.
  • Auditions— 15th July from 2pm at the Mission Hall.
  • All welcome from the age of 5 years upwards. No experience required!
  • Rehearsals—Sunday afternoons (from 2pm) and Wednesday evenings (8pm) (mostly principal actors only) at the Mission Hall and start on the 9th Sept.
  • To be in the chorus, come and sign up at any Sunday rehearsal up to the end of the October half term.
  • If you want to be part of our production but don’t want to act, why not help backstage? There are numerous opportunities to join in with make-up, costumes, scenery, lighting, sound, stage managing and props. Once again, no experience necessary.
  • Contact us to find out more about joining us 

Member of NODA/Registered Charity Number: 1172639


 `The Ghost Train’ by Arnold Ridley

7.30pm on 7th – 9th June at The Watermans Art Centre, Brentford

Doors open at 7.10pm

Duration:  2 ¼ hours including one interval

Ticket prices – full price – £15.00

Book your tickets before 15th May to get the early bird discount – £12.00

Book 6 or more tickets and your ticket will be free of charge.

Book your tickets here

The play is not suitable for under 11s

‘The Ghost Train’ was written by Arnold Ridley who is probably better known nowadays as Private Godfrey in the long running, often repeated TV series, `Dad’s Army’, than as a playwright.    The play was first produced in November 1925 and had a very successful long run in the West End and in 1926 it was transferred to Broadway.  It is the most well known of the thirty or so plays he wrote through his long career.

This will be St Faith’s Players second production to be staged at the Watermans Art Centre, `Dick Whittington’ was presented in the theatre and proved very popular with everyone involved, including the audiences, so the group will be back there at the end of November with another traditional family Pantomime.  ‘The Ghost Train’ requires a smaller, more intimate space so Studio 1 is ideal.

The action takes place in November 1925 in the small General Waiting-room at Fal Vale, a wayside station on the South Cornwall Joint Railway, during one evening.  The story of the ghost train is well known to the local villagers who avoid the station on dark wintry nights……