Articles tagged Dulwich Players

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The Memory of Water

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Family get-togethers can be a minefield and this one is no exception. Three estranged sisters return to the family home for their mother’s funeral. There’s Teresa the long-suffering one, Mary the clever arrogant one, and […]

A Dulwich Feast for the whole family

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Part of the national 800 year celebrations of Magna Carta. The magnificent gardens of Dulwich Picture Gallery will provide a proper setting for a multi-faceted celebration of the signing of the Magna Carta. The gallery […]

A local Christmas show in the heart of Dulwich Village

Sneak peek of The Wolves of Willoughby Chase to get your excitement building!

The Dulwich Players like nothing better than uprooting themselves from the comfort of the Edward Alleyn Theatre to bring their productions to the heart of Dulwich Village! Having regularly performed Shakespeare in the gardens of […]

Dulwich Players collaborate with the Royal Shakespeare Company!

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For the second time the Dulwich Players’ open-air Shakespeare production has been accepted to be part of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages Project. Starting three years ago, the RSC invited amateur groups undertaking productions […]

Bleak House rehearsals underway…

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It’s now some way into rehearsals and it’s lovely to be back. After performing in a number of plays as a child with the I am now returning as Ada, a ward of Jarndyce who […]

Bleak House coming soon in Dulwich

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The decided to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens’ birth by performing Nick Moseley’s adaption of Bleak House. At nearly 1000 pages anyone who has read the book will know that the various plots revolve […]

Pericles by Shakespeare at Dulwich Picture Gallery Gardens

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Starting rehearsals for a play you’ve never heard of with a group of people you’ve never met could go one way or the other. Happily for me my induction into the world of the couldn’t […]

The Importance of Being Earnest

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The will be presenting ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ by Oscar Wilde, at Dulwich College in April. Sue Grindlay offers up her view from the Director’s Chair. It is sometimes a happy coincidence when friends […]

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