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Next performance:

Sat 31st July 2021

Picnic in the Park.

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Picnic in the Park (picnic NOT included!)

Saturday 31st July 2021

Location:  Winterslow Village Hall

and four comedies:

"Lockdown in Little Grimley" by David Tristram

"Anniversary" by David Miller

"Going all the Way" by Tony Cottrell

"I Know What You're Thinking" by Derek Webb

"Driving Mr Diddy" by Mandy Bannon

Our Picnic in the Park evening has proved extremely  popular so we are doing it for the 6th year, having missed last year due to COVID.  This promises to be a great fun, great value evening of fun and entertainment with a chance to laugh along at one play based around COVID.  Come along with friends and a picnic from 5.00 pm.  Our short comedies will be put on around 6.15pm dependant on audience and weather. This will happen at Winterslow Village Hall.  In case of wet weather, the whole event will take place inside.  Stay after the play to enjoy the atmosphere up to 9.00pm when doors will close.


Saturday 31st July 2021 from 5.00 pm, with the play at approx 6.15 pm.  *** Buy tickets now ***

"Lockdown in Little Grimley" by Keith Johnson


 In a time of lockdown, the Chairman Gordon calls an emergency meeting, complete with social distancing, to discuss his idea for their next production when restrictions ease - a touching love story set in a hospital, with all profits destined for the NHS. But based on their previous efforts, will the NHS actually end up worse off?


Bernard Piers Fletcher

Gina Hawkshaw

Gordon Markus Pischel
Joyce Barbara Harfield


"Anniversary" by David Miller


George celebrates his wedding anniversary as he does every year despite the loss of his wife.


George Harvey Baird
Mary Bella Thomas


"Going all the Way" by Tony Cottrell



This is the nightmare of any male driver who is not entirely 'au fait' with modern technology.


Man David Cooper
Sat Nav Voice Vicky Meeks
Police Officer Ben Cooper


"I Know What You're Thinking" by Derek Webb



Two apparent strangers meet in a a pub, but, as becomes apparent, appearances can be deceptive.


Hugh McAvinue
Emma Penny Fooks


"Driving Mr Diddy" by Mandy Bannon



Brian and Margaret are driving to their weekly line-dancing class. They acquire a passenger who changes their journey in unexpected ways.


Richard Henderson
Margaret Joanna Flindell
Passenger Rick Wheatley