Spring 2015 Production – Pull The Other One

Spring 2015 Production – Pull The Other One

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Pull The Other One A Farce By Norman Robbins Directed By Colin Jones Thursday 26, Friday 27 & Saturday 28 March 2015 - 8pm West Monkton Village Hall Tickets: £7 Full - £6 Concession. £1 off all tickets purchased by Wednesday 25 March.   Tickets available from: Online - Provided by TicketSource Taunton Tourist Information Centre Changes Hair Salon TicketSource Telephone Box Office: 0333 666 3366 Help us promote our production by clicking here to download the poster and displaying it at your work! :-)     Albert Perkins is blessed with a loving wife, Muriel and cursed with a fearsome mother-in-law, Boadecia. When his friend Hilary Armitage writes to him reminiscing about the good times they used to have, Boadicea reads the letter and determines to remove her daughter…
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Spring Production 2015 Announced

Spring Production 2015 Announced

Productions
Our Spring Production has been announced! 'Pull The Other One', a Farce by Norman Robbins will be performed at The West Monkton Village Hall on Thursday 26, Friday 27 & Saturday 28 March 2015. Further details will be posted shortly.
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One more night to go!

One more night to go!

Productions
We have one final performance of 'Inspector Drake's Last Case' on Saturday evening. Tickets are still for sale online up until 5pm Saturday at http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/monktonplayers or you can get them at the door! It's been a great last two nights, so come along, you won't regret it!
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2 Down, 1 To Go!

2 Down, 1 To Go!

Productions
Well, that's another performance completed. We had a fantastic full house and the audience appeared to enjoy it from all the laughing! Want one last laugh?.... We have one more performance. Tickets are still available online for the Saturday performance up until 5pm. After that they are available on the door. Go on, come and have a laugh!
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Autumn Play Cast

Autumn Play Cast

Productions
The cast for the Autumn production, "Don't Get Your Vicars in a Twist" by Ann Gawthorpe and Lesley Bowm has been announced: George - John Furse Caroline - Jade Coate Dickie - Tony Barratt Alan - Adam Hiscock Ronald - Colin Jones Marigold - Victoria Warr Maddie - Cathy Blacklock Charles - Tony Hiscock Freda - Ruth Jones Angela - Debbie Arscott Herbert - Graham Pinney Director - Tim Hiscock Prompt - Lyn Batt The first rehearsal will be taking place on 2nd August and will be performed at the West Monkton. Village Hall on 27,28 & 29 October 2011  
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Play Reading – June 7

Play Reading – June 7

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We will be holding a Play Reading meeting on Tuesday 7 June at 8pm to review plays for our October production. If you are interested in attending please drop us an e-mail info@monktonplayers.co.uk  
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AGM Held on Tuesday May 3

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The AGM was held at the West Monkton Village Hall on Tuesday 3 May 2011. The new committee for 2011/2012 is as follows: Chairman - Graham Pinney Secretary - Cathy Blacklock Vice Chair - Ruth Jones Treasurer - Lyn Batt Members - Tom Norton, Tony Barratt and Debbie Arscott Tim Hiscock has volunteered to direct our next production in October. A full report will be available shortly.
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AGM – May 3 2011

AGM – May 3 2011

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We will be holding our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday May 3 2011 at 8pm in the Committee Room at West Monkton Village Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend and to find out more about us. The meeting normally lasts approx 1hr followed by a pint at The Merry Monk a short walk from the Village Hall We look forward to seeing you!
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Review: Love and Money

Review: Love and Money

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Yet again, this small group delighted audiences with a hilarious production.  Whilst not a frenetic farce, Love and Money by Raymond Hopkins had enough funny “business” and a witty script to boot.  The scene with the vicar, the lady from SOCO and the tube of superglue was a great moment of farce, brilliantly executed by Tim and Carrie-Anne Hiscock and some members of the audience were obviously moved to tears!  Under Ruth Jones’ able direction, every member of the cast had a part to play in the unfolding of the plot as Derek Felton (Graham Pinney, determined to extract every bit of laughter from the part) tried to profit on the insurance after a burglary.  Debbie Sparks as his long-suffering wife made the most of some very funny lines and…
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