Here is the trailer for Hawarden Players’ production of Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders, which opens later this week
Tickets are still on sale from our Purchase Page, or can be bought by calling the box office – 01244 531085, or by turning up on the door on the evening of performance
Here we are, with just a few days to go!
The final touches are being put together on the group’s latest production.
The Hawarden Players are in their final few rehearsals before performances of their upcoming whodunnit ‘Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders’ start on Thursday, at the Hawarden Institute.
The play, directed by Denise Garland, tells the story of crime novelist Agatha Crusty (Pronounced Croo-sty) arriving in the usually quiet village of Chortleby for a break, only to discover some suspicious goings on centred around the All Saints Village Hall, and its committee members.
From Toby, the Vicar, and Eleanor, Chair of the committee, to Harry Knott the caretaker and identical twins Olivia and Oliver Truscott-Pratt, there are plenty of suspects. And with an investigating officer as incompetent as D.I. Twigg, there are plenty of laughs as the murders begin to pile up.
The production has the perfect mix of twists, turns, red herrings, laughs and surprises that it is bound to appeal to all who think of themselves as a local Inspector Morse or Miss Marple, all while providing an evening of great entertainment.
Performances take place Thursday 20th, Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd July at the Hawarden Institute at 7.30pm.
Tickets are available by clicking this link by calling 01244 531085, or on the door.
Tickets are now on sale for Hawarden Players’ next show: Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders!
Agatha Crusty (pronounced Croosty) is a crime novelist. She’s also pretty adept at solving crimes. And when her sister-in-law Alice invites her to spend a few days with her in the village of Chortelby, it’s not long before she gets caught up in a series of murders which seem connected with the village hall.
From Toby, the Vicar, and Eleanor, Chair of the committee, to Harry Knott the caretaker and identical twins Olivia and Oliver Truscott-Pratt, there are plenty of suspects. And with an investigating officer as incompetent as D.I. Twigg, you can guarantee it won’t be a breeze catching the culprit.
The Hawarden Players will be giving you an evening filled with both hilarity and suspense as the tension increases, as does the body count!
Performances will take place on Thursday 20th, Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd July 2017 at the Hawarden Institute. Doors and bar open at 7pm and the show starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets are on sale now, priced just £7 from this page
We are just a few days away from our opening night! The week before Cinderella Rockafella is performed in front of audiences for the first time, the finishing touches are being put on the show!
The set is currently having the final licks of paint, the costumes are being hung up, and the show is being run with all the song and dance numbers in one go.
This weekend see’s our get in, closely followed by our final dress rehearsals, and then it’s showtime!
Tickets have sold quicker for this years panto than any other production in Hawarden Players’ history, so you must make sure you snap yours up before it’s too late! This is a show you definitely do not want to miss. Performances take place:
- Saturday 21st January – 3pm Matinee
- Saturday 21st January – 7.30pm
- Friday 27th January – 7.30pm
- Saturday 28th January 7.30pm
Visit our LATEST PRODUCTION page to get the low down on what to expect from Fiona Burdsall’s latest fabulous script for the whole family, then get those seats booked through our PURCHASE TICKETS page.
We will be uploading a few pics and videos of the show in rehearsal over the next few days so stay tuned!
Well, here we are again, not long before it’s Christmas Day, which will be followed by New Years Day, which will of course be followed by….Hawarden Players’ Panto!
Tickets for CInderella Rockafella, are on sale from our Purchase Tickets page. We guarantee this is a show that will go down in the history books, so make sure you book your seats now!
With the doors opening to Gone To Pot in just under a week’s time, here is a quick glance at what you can expect from the show in trailer form!
Tickets for this brilliant comedy, taking place 21-23 July, can be purchased here
Rehearsals are flying by for the Hawarden Players’ next production, ‘Gone to Pot’ which takes place later this month. Following the success of their winter pantomime, the ‘Ice Queen’, things are heating up, as their latest play transports us to an allotment where many secrets have been buried deep beneath the ground.
This home-grown comedy, written by group chairperson, Fiona Burdsall, introduces us to the head of the allotment committee, Brigadier Fortesque, who threatens to turf out anyone who lets standards slip on the gardening patch. His long suffering wife has competition from Lady Smythe-Warren who seems to share more than a passion for just growing vegetables with the Brigadier. Sharon struggles to control her kids from tormenting just about everyone, none more so than Annabelle, who just wants to start her own family, and just what are sisters Emily and Agnes hiding behind their shed door?
Fiona has created a script filled with laughs, drama and some lovely tender moments which the 11 strong cast are now putting their signature Hawarden Players mark on, and the set has already been built, bringing the outdoors, indoors!
Please visit our Purchase Tickets page to secure your seat before they sell out!
Tickets are now on sale for our upcoming play, Gone To Pot!
Click here to book yours now!
In celebration of this exciting moment, here are a few pictures taken in rehearsal for this hilarious home grown comedy!
Keep checking our website and social media pages for all the latest news, pictures, and videos as we get closer to opening night!
Fresh off a few weeks break, following our latest pantomime, the Hawarden Players are already hard at work again!
Our 2016 play is already in rehearsal and we are proud to announce it is a fantastic comedy called “Gone To Pot” and has been written by our very own Fiona Burdsall.
Set on an allotment, filled with secrets, you can be assured there is no drama, quite like a homegrown one!
Performances will take place in July, with tickets going on sale soon! Keep checking the Facebook page and our website for all the latest news!!