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Nannerch Players
The Nannerch Players amateur dramatic society has been around since 1984. We have performed at least 2 plays a year since then come rain and shine...and more rain. Our aim is simple. To enjoy putting on plays that are in turn enjoyed by the audience.


The annual pantomime has become a village tradition (oh no it hasn't, oh yes it definitely has), eagerly awaited by young and old alike. Recently we have put on Goldilocks, Treasure Island and Alice in Wonderland. In the summer we try and vary our performances and in recent years have staged outdoor Shakespeare, Under Milk Wood and Wind in the Willows. Indoors we have recently put on Pygmalian, Allo Allo and Separate Tables. We've even been known to put on the occasional murder mystery by way of a change.



Our home is Nannerch Memorial Hall. This traditional village hall has an intimate feel to it and we have organised it with both theatre style seating and cafe style to enable the audience to feel more involved.


We are both self funding and not for profit. We do not rely on grants but exist through ticket sales, a bit of fundraising and the support of the local community.


Wind in the Willows - Summer 2011
Treasure Island - December 2010
We are always keen to attract new members. So if you fancy treading the boards, building sets, helping with costumes or something more technical then give David a call on 01352 741648 for more information.
Wind in the Willows - Summer 2011
Goldilocks - December 2009