The Crouch End Players' Productions to date:

  • The Princess of Wales by Tom Kempinski, July 2009
    Director Rachel Thrum
  • Dick Whittington (pantomime), January 2010
    Director Mathew Hearne; Musical Director David Tims
  • Putting on the Blitz (devised), April 2010 and Aug 2011
    Director Rachel Thrum; Musical Director Roger Limb
  • The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Drama Society's Production of Macbeth by David McGillivray, July 2010
    Director Peter Chandler
  • Cinderella (pantomime), January 2011
    Director Mathew Hearne; Musical Director David Tims
  • Search By Night by Victor Lucas, May 2011
    Director Angharad Ellis-Jones
  • Rock Around The Clocktower (devised), October 2011
    Director Sue Irwin-Hunt; Musical Director Kevin Davies
  • Sleeping Beauty (pantomime), February 2012
    Director Jemima Headey
    ; Musical Director David Tims
  • Crouch End Festival, May 2012:-
    • Vintage Radio Theatre - I Saw Myself Running by Anthony Ellis and Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Tolling Bell based on a story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Director Heather Maîr Thomas 
    • Hansel & Gretel adapted from Brothers Grimm by Carol Ann Duffy, Director Lindsey Pugh
    • Crouch End Folk & Fable by Annie Windley, Director Annie Windley
  • A Christmas Carol adapted by Karen Louise Hebden, December 2012, Director Kate Stafford; Musical Director Heather Maîr Thomas
  • Lord Arthur Savile's Crime by Constance Cox, April 2013, Director Camilla Holroyd
  • Crouch End Festival, June 2013:-
    • Once Upon A Storytime: Madeline and In The Night Kitchen Adapted and devised by Rebecca Cutts
    • Grace & Agnes by Angharad Ellis Jones and Annie Windley  Director Angharad Ellis Jones
    • Lights, Camera, Action... Sing!  Written and directed by Annie Windley
    • Vintage Live Radio Theatre: Rebecca and The 39 Steps Director Heather Maîr Thomas
  • A History of Falling Things by James Graham, Director Kate Stafford, November 2013
  • Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll adapted by Adrian Mitchell, Director Lindsey Pugh, Musical Director David Tims/Kevin Davis, February 2014
  • Crouch End Festival, June 2014:-
    • Once Upon A Storytime: Corduroy the Bear and Mister Whistler      Adapted and devised by Rebecca Cutts
    • Three Short Comedy Plays, Directors Jo Alexander and Claire Demmer-Considine
    • Vintage Live Radio Theatre: Flash Gordon  - Director Heather Maîr Thomas
  • As You Like It by William Shakespeare, Director Kate StaffordAugust 2014

  • Pinocchio (pantomime), Directors Rebecca Cutts and Dave Mahon, February 2015
  • Crouch End Festival, June 2015:-
    • Vintage Radio Chillers (The Lodger, The Whole Town's Sleeping, The Thought) Director Heather Maîr Thomas
    • The Trial (Interactive Theatre) Written and  directed by Richard Broughton and Victoria Welsh
    • Once Upon a Storytime - Tales in the Meadow, Director Rebecca Cutts
    • BlueNote (film) Written, directed and filmed by David Jennings, Ric Lindley and Dave Mahon
  • The Trial 2: Who Killed Romeo? Written and directed by Richard Broughton and Victoria Welsh, October 2015
  • Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, Director Kate Stafford, Musical Director/Composer David Tims, January 2016
  • Crouch End Festival, June 2016
    • A Suffragette's Song - Director Terry McGrath
    • Once Upon A Story-time -Director Rebecca Cutts
    • Storm in a Teacup - Director Sue Irwin-Hunt
    • Vintage Radio Theatre -  (Jane Eyre, Sorry- Wrong Number, Brief Encounter) Director - Heather Maîr Thomas
    • Sketch Show - Director James Allnutt
  • A Suffragette's Song,  Written and directed by Terry McGrath, Musical Director - David Tims, October 2016
  • Vintage Radio Theatre -It's A Wonderful LifeDirector Heather Maîr Thomas, December 2016
  • The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler, Director Eleanor Forrester, February 2017
  • Crouch End Festival, June 2017
    • Sea Airs - Writer/Director Jayne Thomas
    • Vibrantly Lieu - Writer Gemma Jones
    • Storm in a Teacup - Director Sue Irwin Hunt
    • Corbyn Island - Adapted by Geoffrey Levett
    • Once Upon a Storytime -Director Rebecca Cutts
    • Vintage Radio Theatre -The Shadow People - Director Heather Maîr Thomas
  • Toad of Toad Hall, adapted for the stage by A.A. Milne, Director Sue Irwin Hunt, August 2017
  • The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomens Guild Dramatic Society Production of A Murder Mystery by David McGillivray & Walter Zerlin Jr, Director Heather Maîr Thomas, February 2018
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, Director Jen Richardson, May 2018
  • Crouch End Festival, June 2018:-
    • What's the Point written and directed by Virginia Vassura
    • The Trial 3 written and directed by Victoria Welsh
    • A Door translated and directed by Geoffrey Levett
    • The Road Not Taken by Jen Richardson, Director Ellie Jones
  • Sea Airs (of Poseidon's Song) written and directed by Jayne Thomas, October 2018

  • Would You Rather by Jen Richardson, Director Julia Hicks, February 2019
  • A Soldier's Song Adapted from Pierre de Marivaux's Les Fausses Confidences by Geoffrey Levett, Director Victoria Welsh, March 2019
  • Bouncers by John Godber, Director James Woolford, May 2019
  • Crouch End Festival, June 2019
    • Sketch Shows, by Jen Richardson, Sophie Boardman, Dave Mahon, Tom Boardman and Geoff Levett
    • Once Upon a Storytime, written and directed by Rebecca Cutts
  • Robin Hood: The Panto! by Richard Broughton, Director Lisa Worthington, Musical Director David Tims

Venues have included:

  • Hornsey Royal British Legion
  • Greig City Academy
  • The Moravian Church
  • Music Palace 
  • The Tower of London
  • Highgate Wood School 
  • Priory Park
  • Kiss The Sky
  • The Haberdashery
  • Holy Innocents Church 
  • Territorial Army Centre
  • Pickled Pepper Books
  • Hornsey Library  
  • Kings Head
  • Great Northern Railway Tavern
  • Hornsey Town Hall
  • Betty B's
  • St Mary's Church Tower/The Intimate Space
  • Earl Haig Hall
  • Moors Bar

Robin Hood : The Panto!   Thank you to everyone who came to see Robin Hood: The Panto! this week. You were a wonderful audience...