The Village Players Rushlake Green is an amateur dramatic society that stages several productions every year, including dramas, comedies, musicals and pantomimes. The speed with which tickets generally sell out is a testimony to the high standards of entertainment achieved. The group is always keen to attract new members. So if you have a particular skill, or you’re just keen to have a go, you’re very welcome to join. Involvement could be acting, singing, assisting with stage design or construction, providing technical support or helping out back-stage or front of house.

The VIllage Players Rushlake Green has been granted CIO ( Charitable Incorporated Organisation) status by the Charity Commission. Its Registered Charity Number is 1184546

Keeping in Touch

Our latest newsletter provides an update on our plans for future productions which include the play ‘Way Upstream’ by Alan Ayckbourn plus the musical ‘The Sound of Music’. However since this was produced we have decided that as a result of Covid we will defer our productions with Way Upstream now planned for June 2021  with Sound of Music taking place in 2022.   Please watch the website for further updates. To access our Newsletter please click on the link below.

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Comfort and Joy

Our sell-out production of ” Comfort and Joy” by Mike Harding was a huge success with many considering it to be one of our best productions to date. We are very grateful to our Director, Pam Edmonds, and to all of the cast and crew who helped make this such a positive event.

The Happiest Days of Your Life/Relative Values

Our previous two productions – ”The Happiest Days of Your Life”  and ”Relative Values” were also amongst our very best events. Once again we are grateful to our directors, Heather Young and Helen Halliday,  and to all of the talented cast and crew who helped to make these two productions so successful.

Angie Trew Awards 2018/19

The Angie Trew Award for ”The most deserving actor ( or Character) ” for 2018/19 was awarded to Clyde Young for his perfomances as Crestwell, the butler in  ”Relative Values’‘ and Godfrey Pond, the headmaster in ”The Happiest Days of Your Life ‘‘.This is the second time Clyde has won this award as he was also successful in 2012.


We are uncertain whether we will be able to hold our AGM at the Village Hall this year but if we are able to access the Hall we will hold the AGM at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 20th October  2020. Further updates will be available in the near future.

Our 2019 AGM took place at the Dunn Village Hall on Wednesday 23rd October when all those present heard about what we have been doing in the last year and our plans for the future. A new Constitution was adopted at the AGM and all present had a chance to celebrate our new C.I.O (Charitable Incorporated Organisation) status. For further information please see the News Page of the website.

New Data Regulations

As many of you will know new data regulations were introduced in 2018, which require organisations to let their members know what information they hold about them and how they use it. Please click on the Privacy Policy link in the footer below to see our approach to these new requirements.