That’s a wrap! See you next year!

That’s a wrap! See you next year!

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…and that’s a wrap! Thank you so much to everyone who came to watch our show. We were so pleased to be back in front of an audience and loved hearing your laughter over the 3 nights. This week has made it feel like life is somewhat back to ‘normal’. Hopefully see you all again in the Spring. Tim - Director
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We’re Back! Autumn Production on the way!

We’re Back! Autumn Production on the way!

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A Comedy By Pat WollastonDirected by Tim Hiscock 28, 29 & 30 October 2021 - Curtain Up 8pmWest Monkton Village Hall After a 2 year absence we are pleased to be back on stage! As a thank you to all of our loyal supporters, tickets for this production are only £7 each! You can purchase your tickets from: Online Box Office Call the Box Office on 0333 666 3366 Taunton Visitor Centre Changes Hair Salon Synopsis: When Arthur dies, he's a little surprised to find that he's still in his old house. His guide angel, Simon, explains that he's being assessed to determine which way he goes next, but there are a few complications between Arthur's funeral and his final destination.
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Spring Production Postponed

Spring Production Postponed

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Due to recent events, we have taken the government's advice and have cancelled our performance of Spirit Level. Refunds:If you purchased your ticket in person, please revisit the place of purchase for a refund.Tickets purchased online or over the phone will be refunded automatically.
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Spring Production – Spirit Level

Spring Production – Spirit Level

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A Comedy By Pam ValentineDirected by Tim Hiscock 26, 27 & 28 March 2020 - Curtain Up 8pmWest Monkton Village Hall Click here to purchase your tickets on our online Box Office!£1 Off ALL tickets purchased by midnight 25 March 2020 This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd Synopsis: When famous crime writer Jack Cameron and his wife Susie drown in a boating accident, they are refused entry into heaven – Jack is a card-carrying atheist – so they return to haunt the country cottage where they lived. Life is dull. Their only pleasure comes from spooking the estate agent and frightening away any would-be tenants. Things change when Susie persuades Jack to allow a young couple, Simon, an aspiring crime writer, and Flic, his pregnant…
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Autumn Production – Oh Vicar, What A Lovely Pair!

Autumn Production – Oh Vicar, What A Lovely Pair!

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A Comedy By Mike SoleDirected by Tim Hiscock 24, 25 & 26 October 2019 - Curtain Up 8pmWest Monkton Village Hall Click here to purchase your tickets on our online Box Office!£1 Off ALL tickets purchased by midnight 23 October 2019 Synopsis: A hilarious, fast-moving comedy. A dysfunctional working-class family run into difficulties when their daughter Roxanne decides to marry upper class Charles. The vicar calls to collect donations for the jumble sale to raise runs for and African water project and son Kevin gives away an old vase, not knowing that it contains the family savings.  As the family gather around the TV for the lottery numbers it looks like their luck has changed when the pub syndicate wins the lottery, but whilst he collected the syndicate's stake money,…
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Spring Production – Curtain Up!

Spring Production – Curtain Up!

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Curtain Up! A Comedy by Adam Croft - Direct by John Furse 5, 6 & 7 April 2018 - 8pm West Monkton Village Hall Click here to purchase your tickets on our online Box Office! £1 Off ALL tickets purchased by midnight 4 April 2018 Synopsis: The Gerrysthorpe Amdram group are putting on a new play, but despite finding a cast, they may be in trouble. The village hall is going to be demolished to make way for Waitrose, so the performances have been moved up drastically!
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Ode to Coronation Fever

Ode to Coronation Fever

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When Coronation Fever came in 1952 The Reverend Tongue decided they should organise a do. In theory it should have worked, but it was not to be, His meeting turned into a room of eccentricity.   With Bunty in her uniform and Major Payne in his, It’s no surprise the vicar found himself in such a tizz, And as for Roger Darling with his whistle and his woggle, The thought of what he’d do with them would make your mind just boggle.   And what with flirty Marilyn upsetting Jeremy’s wife, It’s no surprise that Edna has been sharpening her knife, With Maurice and his grandson Reg about to blow a fuse, And Gladys getting such a shock when entering the loos.   What fun it’s been to do this…
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Coronation Fever – Review

Coronation Fever – Review

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Review taken from Western Gazette: KEEP Calm and Carry On. The much imitated wartime poster was part of the backdrop as the Monkton Players brought some Coronation Fever to the stage on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (October 29-31). And as you would hope and expect, things were anything but calm as the Players staged their latest comedy caper. The King is dead and in the Somerset parish of Wintercourse Frequent, villagers are preparing to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth the second. Like a mirror image from more than 60 years earlier – the set presented the scene of a village hall in 1952 back to the large audience. While we sat on modern plastic chairs, the cast perched on period folding wooden items as they convened around the trestle to discuss…
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