The Centre Theatre Players


The Centre Theatre Players came into being in 1974 when the St. Ivo Leisure Centre was opened. The Management of The Centre wanted an outlet to provide the local area with theatre workshop facilities - and hence “The Players” were born. Realising the popularity and success of this venture, it wasn't long before full scale productions were being staged in The Burgess Hall and the membership of the group continued to rise. We have no subscriptions, no committees, no Prima Donna's, no huge egos, no politics (yes I know it's hard to believe) but these are just a few of the many factors that make The Players so different and unique. We perform two or three major shows each year, including our very popular annual Pantomime, plus various charity Cabaret evenings. We are always on the look out for new talent, particularly male singers and actors, as well as those interested in the many other technical and back stage duties. If you would like to find out more about The Centre Theatre Players contact Dick Chalkley here..
© Graham Lloyd & The Centre Theatre Players. 2012-22

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2019 will be our 45th Anniversary!

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Our annual pantomime is normally 70% sold out within a week of tickets going on sale? BOOK EARLY!

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Now that we put on EIGHT shows during our Panto week, almost 3000 people see each Panto! Thank you for your support!

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