Reading for our next play, sure to be a comedy and fantastic fun.
We will be holding play readings at 8pm in the Reading Room, Church Road, Buxted, on the following dates, in order to select the play for our production in June:
Tuesday 11 February
Wednesday 19 February
Thursday 27 February
Cast play familiarisation evenings will also be held on:
12 and 17 March at the same time and location.
We hope you can come along if you are either interested in having a part in the play or being involved in any way. Please give the details to anyone who may be interested. All welcome!
Quiz Night 16th May 7pm
We will be holding another Quiz Night with Fish and Chip supper on Saturday 16 May from 7pm at the Reading Room, Buxted.
Tickets £10 including supper.
Further details to follow….
If you want to come along, make friends and take part in our next production contact us on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a reading?
We choose a few plays we think might be awesome to act in and great fun to direct and literally sit in a circle and read a part which the director thinks will suit us. This can be changed at a later date. And thats all there is to it.
No huge audition needed, no singing and dancing in front of a panel, a cup of tea and reading a play.
New members needed, so come along and make your drama dreams come true!
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.
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 email@example.com
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.