Wednesday February 20th – ‘Voyage Round My Father’ by John Mortimer, Little Gaddesden Village Hall Committee Room, 7:45pm
John Mortimer’s autobiographical play is the affectionate portrait of a son’s relationship with his father. Growing up in the shadow of the brilliant barrister, who adored his garden and hated visitors, and whose blindness was never mentioned, the son continually yearns for his father.
dates for the diary
Monthly play readings 2019 – Play readings will take place throughout 2019 on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Watch this space or subscribe to our newsletter and we’ll let you know what’s coming up.
Production, 8-11th May 2019 – Save the dates for our May production. More details will follow soon.
And Then There Were None and Dangerous Corner Images Copyright: Michael Carver
The drama club
Formed in 1947, Little Gaddesden Drama Club has staged over 100 productions in the village since then. Shows have varied in style from dramas to comedies, musicals and revues. Performing around twice a year we mostly play to packed houses. More…
As the curtain closes on the final night of our performance of J.B. Priestley’s Dangerous Corner, we’d like to thank everyone involved for making it such a memorable and enjoyable experience. In his latest blog, Patrick Isherwood shines a light on the cast. One of the attractions of going to see an amateur production, […]
Our upcoming performance; J.B. Priestley’s Dangerous Corner is often described as a timeless classic. In his latest blog, Patrick Isherwood contemplates why this story has endured the test of time so successfully as well as some of the not so timeless elements of the play. Some things J.B Priestley’s play Dangerous Corner was first performed […]