Presenting Little Gaddesden Drama Club

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performance

21st – 24th November 2018, Little Gaddesden Village Hall, Dangerous Corner by J B Priestley

Dangerous Corner was Priestley’s 1st play and is set in the 1930s. Robert and Freda Caplan are entertaining close friends/colleagues at their country house.

A chance remark by one of the guests sparks the demand for the truth by Robert, with devastating consequences as clandestine relationships and secrets are then uncovered.

Bookings are now being taken, click here for more information and to book your seat/table for the performance and pre-theatre dinner at the Bridgewater Arms.

play reading

Wednesday 12th December 2018, Flint Street Nativity by Tom Firth, Little Gaddesden Village Hall Committee Room, 7:45pm

Join our cosy festive December play reading accompanied with mulled wine and mince pies or tea, coffee and biscuits whichever you prefer.  Mizzis Horrocks’ class of seven year olds is about to perform their nativity play at Flint Street Junior School for the proud mums and dads – and the occasional social worker. Squabbles arise when Gabriel wants to play Mary, the Star grumbles …more

dates for the diary

Auditions for our next performance, January 2019

Auditions for our upcoming May performance to be held in January TBC. Subscribe to our newsletter and we’ll keep you informed.

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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…


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Some Thoughts On Dangerous Corner

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 […]

And then it was done

And then it was done.  The end of a production always produces mixed feelings. On the one hand there is relief that it is over, that one doesn’t have to worry about forgetting lines or otherwise messing up on stage. On the other there is a sadness at what has been lost, the camaraderie and […]