Buxted Players
Buxted Players

Who we are

Buxted Players is a lively, friendly amateur dramatic society that has been entertaining audiences in the Buxted and Uckfield area of East Sussex since 1928. We put on twice yearly productions at the Reading Room, Buxted. These range from Shakespeare to pantomime. We have produced a number of thrillers and we are particularly known for our comedies.

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Getting Involved

Come and be part of a truly magical team. An enthusiastic, friendly, passionate acting troop, for meals out, quiz nights, rehearsals and backstage laughter.

The society always welcomes new members seeking to act or help behind the scenes. Contact info@buxtedplayers.co.uk

Productions

Our recent productions include “Bedside Manners”in February 2019 by Derek Enfield, “Not Now, Darling” by John Chapman & Ray Cooney, “Murder in Play” by Simon Brett, “Nobody’s Perfect” by Simon Williams and “First Things First” by Derek Benfield, all of which played to very appreciative audiences.

Next Production:

At The Sign Of The Crippled Harlequin

November 2019 – Dates to be released.

We are currently rehearsing for our next production , which will be in November “At The Sign Of The Crippled Harlequin” A murder mystery by Norman Robbins.

A case of mistaken identity leads to tragedy in this engaging thriller. In a snowbound guest house in the Peak District, Marjory Pike is wrongly identified by another guest as the author of a book declaiming certain mediums, one of whom had committed suicide as a result. The son of the deceased medium is staying at the guest house, so when he arrives in the lounge bloodied and bruised, and Marjory is found dead, the finger of suspicion naturally points at him. But the guest house may be haunted, other guests have their own secrets, and even the proprietors are not above suspicion … In true Norman Robbins fashion the deepening mystery is rich with shocks and laughs as the play moves to its unexpected close.