The Hampstead Players


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Lunchtime Events

A Concert on the 1st Wednesday of every Month is organised by The Friends of the Music
A Literary Hour on the 3rd Wednesday of every Month is organised by The Friends of the Drama
Lunchtime events last 45 minutes - 1 hour. Entry is free and tea and coffee are provided.
There is a retiring collection for the Musicians after the concert and for the Church Fabric Fund (for the support of our Grade 1 listed building) after the Literary Hour.



Thursday 28th September 2017  
7.30 pm
Making a Scene: A Director's Showcase
Calling all directors! Have you always thought about directing, but would like to try something smaller before attempting a full length show? Have you directed in the past and would like to work on a scene from a play that might not suit the summer or autumn productions? Do you consider yourself an old hand at this directing game, and would like to experiment with something new? Whatever your experience or ambitions we'd like you to take part in "Making a Scene" - an evening of scenes directed by you, and enjoyed by all of us - in the Crypt Room, on Thursday 28th September. Contact Matt Williams at mattdwill@yahoo.co.uk if you'd be interested in taking part.

Wednesday 4th October 2017  
1.00 pm
Lunchtime Concert
James Sherlock
Organ

Wednesday 18th October 2017  
1.00 pm
A Literary Hour
James Pellow presents

Wednesday 1st November 2017  
1.00 pm
Lunchtime Concert
Trio Sonorité
clarinet, cello, and piano 

Wednesday 15th November 2017  
1.00 pm
A Literary Hour
Arras, Passchendaele and U-boats

Wednesday 6th December 2017  
1.00 pm
Lunchtime Concert
Hana Mizuta-Spencer
Violin

Wednesday 20th December 2017  
1.00 pm
A Literary Hour
Memories of Christmas

Wednesday 18th April 2018  
1.00 pm
A Literary Hour
Remembering Doris



F O R T H C O M I N G ..P R O D U C T I O N S

The Hampstead Players Autumn Production


23rd to 25th November 2017
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William Shakespeare


A dramatised reading of

Alan Bennet's

Forty Years On

Rehearsed reading on 21st and 22nd October