Village SignComberton Drama: Comberton Players


Comberton Players, founded in 2007, is a relaxed group of amateurs from all walks of life who meet regularly to stage a couple of productions each year. These tend to be a pantomime in the winter and a play in the summer.

We meet on Tuesday and/or Wednesday evenings in the Village Hall or Old Village Hall when rehearsing and have a talented team of supporters behind us doing costumes, scenery, props and all the other things that get done behind the scenes.

Comberton Players held their last production on 29th and 30th June
- Easy Stages and Distracted Globe -
at Comberton Village Hall



Recent pantomimes have included:

Aladdin, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Pirates of the Meridian and Robin Hood.

while summer productions have included:

Nick Warburtons "Easy Stages and Distracted Globe",

Paul Gisbey’s "Write About What
You Know"

Norman Robbins’ comedy thriller "Tomb with a View"

Agatha's Christie's courtroom drame "Witness for the Prosecution",
Tom Stoppard's "The Real Inspector Hound"
and David Tristram's "Last Tango in Comberton".

We are a friendly bunch and are always happy to welcome new peoples,both on and off stage, whether they have experience or just want to have a go. . For more information contact Glynis Ellis on 262214.

Comberton Players next present 'Breakfast for One' and 'The death of Arnold Balham' on 27th and 28th June 2014

An earlier Comberton based drama group was Meridian Theatre Group

last update 22nd June 2013

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