Coming this November...
Cast & Crew Quiz Night!
Our next Quiz Night will be on Saturday 1st October 2022
Join us for another of our super fun evenings with a difference. Admission £4.00 per person.
Bring your own drinks and nibbles and as many friends/family as you like!
Call 07925 309516 to book a table.
We now accept contactless card payments for entry fees.
Our quiz nights prove very popular, so book early to avoid disappointment
Saturday Night Murder a Success!
We had a fab time with this murder mystery. All four performances were received with gusto by our audiences. Some amazing feedback was left on our Facebook page (see below). Click here to see a slideshow of photos from the show on our Facebook page.
DID YOU MISS OUR OTHER FREE ONLINE PRODUCTIONS FOR LOCKDOWN?
- A COVID NATIVITY
- GHOST OF A CHANCE
- WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT, DAVE?
- THE ROMANS ON CANVEY
Not to worry! You can still enjoy them by clicking the button below
Click the above link to go to our featured Greenish Room page to hear our latest podcast or past episodes as they appear
Gone But Not Forgotten
Sadly, we lost two of our members all too early in life. We still speak fondly of them and they will aways remain part of our Cast & Crew family’s greatest memories
Robert Simmons 1964-2018
Rob was one of a kind. A brilliant director, hilarious comedy actor and a precious and caring friend. He suffered severely from the debilitating afflictions that come from serious diabetes and after struggling with limb amputation and poor eyesight, sadly lost the fight to remain well on Earth. We are sure Heaven has given him back his health.
"So, run free dear friend, feel no sorrow or pain, and watch us with eyes that see clearly again"
Tom Jea 1963-2019
Tom was one of our long standing backstage boys who sadly lost his battle with cancer after a brave and astounding fight. He was our gadget man and always had such a positive and cheerful outlook - even until the end. We will miss this huge personality greatly.
“The clouds in the sky are just your giant vape, so fly through them happy Tom, with Rob, your old mate.”