Hay Fever by Noël Coward

Hay Fever is one of Noël Coward’s most popular comedies. It is a play about an outrageously impossible family (father an author, mother a fading actress, and their son and daughter) who each, independently and without telling the others, invites a guest of the opposite sex for the weekend. The resulting bad feelings, tears, rapprochements and general mayhem become a delight for the audience, but definitely not for the four guests.

Performance Dates 15th – 18th November, 2017.
Directed by Sandy Tyndale-Biscoe


Ladies’ Day by Amanda Whittington

Ladies’ Day is a poignant comedy by Amanda Whittington and Directed by Michelle Dickson.

Four fish factory workers escape their predictable. daily and humdrum lives for a day of sophistication at the races. As the champagne flows unexpected secrets are revealed. ‘Exuberantly up-to-the-minute comedy’ – Guardian ‘With its Yorkshire heart and soul it has all the warmth of a Calendar Girls or a Full Monty’ – Yorkshire Post

This production welcomed sell out audiences and excellent feedback seeing us nominated for Best Comedy Production by NODA Southwest. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on Saturday, 4th March 2017.


Harvey! by Mary Chase

Harvey!
by Mary Chase

A laugh-out-loud comedy about Elwood P. Dowd, America’s most affable gentleman, and his best friend (that only he can see) a 6’1.5″ white rabbit, Harvey. Set in 1940s America, this is a glamorous stage show about friendship, acceptance and eccentricity and has been loved across the globe since its Broadway Premiere over seventy years ago.
This Gweek Player Production was Directed by Guy Watson, who also starred as Elwood and the production was performed ‘in the round’, a first for the Players and the hall. The production was a fantastic success and the story has really touched the hearts of all of those who took part. Due to the increasing popularity of Gweek Players shows, Harvey! included a Saturday evening performance!

Harvey! was performed at The Gweek Village Hall

19-22 April, 2017
Wed-Fri 7.30
Sat 2.30 & 7.30


The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

by Oscar Wilde

13th – 16th April, 2016

A trivial comedy for serious people directed by Vanda Trotman

The importance of being Earnest was first performed on 14th February 1895 at the St James Theatre in London. It’s a farcical comedy in which the protagonists invent fictitious friends or relations in order to escape burdensome social obligations.


The 39 Steps

by Patrick Barlow

Total Sell out and huge success!

Gweek Players performed the West End comedy hit The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow Nov 18 – 21

Or in fact 17 to 21 as due to demand we had to add another date!

This was fantastic for us – new projector, screen, lightest etc – and we have had terrific feedback from our audiences.  My grateful thanks to all involved especially the backstage on this unbelievably complicated techie show – Aline Turner, Director