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
We are delighted to announce that we will be staging our next play from November 24-28th 2021. This will be ‘Local Affairs’ by Richard Harris, of ‘Outside Edge’ fame. Auditions will take place on Sunday 23rd May at 2pm – 4pm and Monday 24th May at 7.30 – 9.30 pm at the Dunn Village Hall. Please see ‘Next Production‘ page of our website for further details including character descriptions and audition pieces.
The Sound of Music
We are also pleased to announce that we plan to stage the musical ‘The Sound of Music‘ in May 2022 and extend an invitation to anyone who would like to take part or help out to come along to:-
A familiarisation evening at the Dunn Village Hall on Tuesday 27th July at 7.30pm. (Please note this has been from the original date as a result of Covid restrictions).
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 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.
As a result of the Covid Pandemic we have had to cancel our AGM in 2020. However a copy of the Trustees Report & Accounts, which have been submitted to the Charity Commission, can be seen by clicking on the link below.
As this is our first reporting period since being granted charity status, we are required to start the financial period from the date we became a Charitable Incorporated Organisation ( CIO ) . As a result, the attached accounts cover a 13 month period . In future, the accounts will revert to the 12 month period of 1st September to 31st August of the following year.
As this would have been the first AGM since the CIO was established, there is no obligation for any of the Trustees to retire by rotation on this occasion. No Trustees or Committee members have asked to retire and therefore until the next AGM the current Trustees and committee members will remain in office.
If you have any questions and/or feedback then do please address them to either:
Annie Walker (Chair): firstname.lastname@example.org
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