Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Sea Airs: Thank you for coming

What's Next: 10 Years of the Crouch End Players

The Crouch End Players were formed in September 2008, when a group of friends came together to put on a panto. Over the next year we are planning a series of events to celebrate all that has gone on over the past decade. 


From new writing and improv to award winning plays and panto, lots of ideas have been put forward and we hope you will join us for something (or even everything!).

More information to follow, just watch this space...

Sea Airs Wrap Up

Thank you to everyone who came to see Sea Airs (or Poseidon's Song) over the past week. We had a great time and were so delighted to have such great audiences.

For those of you who missed it, here is a little snippet from one of the highlights of the show. We look forward to seeing you all at the next one.


Thursday, 11 October 2018

Sea Airs: Friday SOLD OUT. Get your tickets for Saturday before it's too late!

FRIDAY SOLD OUT!

TICKETS FOR FRIDAY NIGHT'S PERFORMANCE OF SEA AIRS ARE ALL SOLD OUT.
IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE SHOW THERE ARE A FEW TICKETS LEFT 
FOR SATURDAY 20TH OCTOBER
BOOK NOW!



We'll sing you a song of the fish of the sea...


The Crouch End Players present
Sea Airs (or Poseidon's Song)

Wed 17th, Thurs 18th, Fri 19th and Sat 20th October 2018
The Moravian Church Hall, Priory Road, N8
Curtain up: 7:30pm
Adults: £9 Children under 12: £6
All tickets for Wednesday 17th October £6


Don't miss out, get your tickets now for the hottest show of the Autumn. Come join the Crouch End Players for this beautiful Cornish tale told with rousing shanties and heat-warming folk songs.

Monday, 10 September 2018

Sea Airs


TICKETS ON SALE NOW
The Crouch End Players proudly present

Sea Airs

(or Poseidon’s Song)

17th – 20th October 2018 

The Moravian Church Hall, 
Priory Road, N8 7HR 

“I’ll sing you a song of the fish of the sea.” 


Dates: Wednesday 17th to Saturday 20th October 2018
Doors: 7pm Curtain up: 7:30pm
Tickets: £9 (Children under 12 £6)
All tickets for Wednesday 17th October £6 only.


 The Crouch End Players' first show of the new season is an original and heart-warming production, full of familiar songs of love, life and the sea.


Told with humour and energy, Sea Airs is the story of three couples dealing with love and loss in a Cornish fishing community. Played out in 1950's Cornwall and 1980's London, the story is told through drama and song, interwoven with Greek myth and Cornish legend.


With folk songs and sea shanties, as well as some ‘80’s classics, for you to sing along to, this will be a must see for the Autumn.



Thursday, 17 May 2018

Thank you - and what's next!

Thank you to everyone who made our recent production of Midsummer Night's Dream a sell-out success!


We are already busy planning our Autumn production, but, in the meantime some of our members are producing new and original events for the annual Crouch End Festival.




Click here for scheduling details of the Crouch End Players' productions in this year's festival. 

Our festival shows are free of charge - it's our way of thanking our audience for supporting our bigger productions -  but numbers are strictly limited so please book in advance by emailing cepfestival@crouchendplayers.co.uk 






Tuesday, 20 March 2018

A Midsummer Night's Dream - May 2018


SATURDAY EVENING SOLD OUT


#TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR FOR THE  SATURDAY MATINEE             CASH ONLY

 The Earl Haig Hall, Elder Avenue, Crouch End N8

9th – 12th May 2018

The Crouch End Players proudly present

Shakespeare’s

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

“The course of true love never did run smooth.” 

Dates: Wednesday 9th to Saturday 12th May 2018 
Curtain up: 7:30pm (Saturday Matinee 2:30pm)
Tickets £10 (Discounted tickets of £6 available for children under 12 for the matinee only)

The Crouch End Players presents a joyful contemporary production of Shakespeare’s best loved romantic comedy. Mayhem ensues as lovelorn hipsters and modern mechanicals find themselves the pawns in a game between the feuding Fairy King and Queen. 
Silly, slapstick and even a bit raunchy, this pacy production finds laughter in every line of a well-loved classic. In the welcoming atmosphere of the Earl Haig Hall, Shakespeare’s Athenian forest will be transformed into an urban jungle peopled by a rich mixture of gods and mortals.


The Earl Haig Hall, Elder Avenue, N8
           9th – 12th May 2018

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