J.B Priestley’s first play set in the 1930s explores the dangerous turn an evening takes when a chance remark by one of the guests sparks the demand for the truth.
Directed by Julie McCarthy, And Then There Were None is one of Agatha Christie’s darkest thrillers which plots the fate of ten guilty strangers trapped on a remote island with at least one muderer amongst them.
Directed by Shaun McCarthy and Paul Woods, Little Gaddesden Drama Club’s most recent production ‘Time Warp Revue’ celebrated some of the gang’s favourite music and comedy sketches from the vaults of time.
A political murder mystery written by club member Patrick Isherwood has a large cast playing Ministers, MPs and some of the most inept policemen imaginable. So inept, in fact, that the audience is asked to vote for who they think committed the dastardly deed and how it was done.
An all singing, all dancing production of the fairytale classic, Beauty & the Beast. A large cast of adults, children and even Little Gaddesden’s ‘singing’ vicar, delivered a fun and caper-filled pantomime with all the trimmings.
Accused of the wilful murder of his terminally ill wife, Sir David Metcalf finds himself locked in legal combat with his old rival. After a tense and gripping courtroom scene in Act I, Act II takes us back in time to the fateful night and ends with a surprising twist
Once a single play about five women of different ages and backgrounds who are all members of a village WI. The radio version features five actresses from the Drama Club who rehearsed it with scripts before recording the plays in a local studio. A live performance of the five plays took place in July 2013. Click here to listen