Fri 8th, Sat 9th, Fri 15th, Sat 16th July 2016, Welsh Church Hall

Fear and Misery of the Third Reich

by Bertolt Brecht

Please see the production page for details.

Thu 21st July

Committee Meeting

Committee meetings are, as always, open to all members. For more information on who makes up the committee, and to see recent minutes, see the committee page.

Contact the Secretary to arrange attendance.

Sat 30th July, time and venue TBC

Woodhouse Cabaret 2016

It's cabaret time again for Woodhouse Members and their families and friends. If you've got a song, reading, sketch, production parody or other entertaining item you'd like to perform for your Woodhouse colleagues, or you just have a question you want to ask, then please contact Ros Morris to discuss things further.

Tue 2nd August 2016, 7.30pm, Welsh Church Hall

Panto Choosing

Our January 2017 panto will be chosen this evening. Please see our play choosing guidelines for further information. Submissions should be sent to the Secretary.

Sat 6th August 2016, Welsh Church Hall

Welsh Church Hall clearout

Volunteers wanted to help clear out the sheds, stage and cupboards to make everyone's life easier in future productions. All members welcome - the more people that help out, the quicker the job will get done! Times and details to follow.

Fri 2nd, Sat 3rd, Fri 9th, Sat 10th September 2016, Welsh Church Hall

Up 'n' Under

by John Godber

Please see the production page for details.

Fri 21st, Sat 22nd, Fri 28th, Sat 29th October 2016, Welsh Church Hall

A Number

by Caryl Churchill

Please see the production page for details.

Future production dates:

Panto - 13/14/20/21 January 2017

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The diary gives a rundown of upcoming events for members of Woodhouse Players. This includes performances, workshops, playreadings, meetings and social events.

If you're a member of Woodhouse you can attend any of the events on this page. Unless a charge is shown, you don't have to pay anything extra for them.

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