St Faith’s Players started performing in St Faith’s Church Hall in 1977 with a concert to celebrate the Queen’s Silver Jubilee. Since then hundreds of people have taken to the boards, built sets, painted scenery and sewed costumes to keep the shows coming.
Comedies have been favourites of our audiences and annual pantomimes with over 40 adults and children on stage and a similar number behind the scenes has meant developments in special effects
Personnel may have changed over the years, but in every aspect the productions have grown and developed and we still have active founder members.
However we do like to challenge ourselves with contrasts and have used the revolve stage built for The Importance of Being Earnest used to great effect in ‘Allo ‘Allo.
We now have at least two productions each year, ranging from drama to farce, thriller to Music Hall – all interspersed with a variety of social activities and fund raising events.
New audiences and/or participants are always welcome, to find out more feel free to contact us
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