Bletchingley Players have been entertaining village audiences for more than half a century. Founded in 1960 and formerly known as "BADS" (Bletchingley Amateur Dramatic Society), the Players stage two productions each year in May and October. Over the years the Players have staged a wide-ranging number of productions from drama to comedy, reviews and even pantomimes.

The Group were the first amateur drama society in the UK to stage a production of “The Graduate”, and have staged many other classics that have been seen on the big screen and starring some of the biggest names in showbusiness - Pygmalion, On Golden Pond, Steel Magnolias and the Odd Couple to name just a few. If you want to be kept informed about our productions, then please use the Contact us link above.

Bletchingley Players are pleased to present “The Sunshine Boys” by Neil Simon as their next production. It will be staged at Bletchingley Village Hall on May 14th, 15th and 16th - curtain up at 8.00 pm. Price of tickets is £13 which includes a fish and chip supper. A licensed bar is available throughout all performances

The play is about Al and Willie as “Lewis and Clark” who were a top-billed vaudeville act for more than forty years – now they aren’t even speaking. When CBS requests them for a “History of Comedy” retrospective, a grudging reunion brings the two back together, along with a flood of memories, miseries and laughs.

This production will be directed by Liz Tomlin who has previously directed “On Golden Pond”, “Pygmalion”, and the British Amateur Premier of “The Graduate”. Make a date in your diary - Tickets are available at £13.

CONTACT DETAILS: Secretary Pam Wastell,

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