Welcome to the Stane Street Players website.
Stane Street Players are the local drama group for Halstead and Earls Colne. Currently celebrating 40 years of non-professional drama and proud to have put on around 120 productions in the local area.
We produce around 3 shows a year including our hugely popular pantomimes and are lucky enough to be the resident drama group at the lovely Empire Theatre in Halstead. We also perform at Earls Colne Village Hall.
What’s going on…
Dirty Dusting has been a very successful show, playing to sell out audiences in three venues, but now the show bows out (see the gallery for more pictures)
And the group moves on to its next project – our 2017 Pantomime ‘Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates’ by Paul Reakes
Our Spring production – dates and venues to be confirmed - will be ‘Our Man in Havana’ by Grahame Greene – adapted by Clive Francis
And we are hoping to do ‘Funny Money ‘ a farce by Ray Cooney, in the Autumn
Last year’s Stane Street Player’s Pantomime ‘Beauty & The Beast’ has been nominated by the National Operatic and Dramatic Society’s local region in the best pantomime category!! That means we’re in the top 3 at least.
Well done to all involved and our 1000 strong audience too – you helped us to deliver our best performances! Another fitting tribute for our 40th year!
See you at Snow White!!
Thanks to the amazing success of our production of the Vicar of Dibley we have been able to complete the workshop at the Empire – a real and tangible way to mark 40 years of the Stane Street Players
The Group marked its’ 40 anniversary with a gathering at the Thatchers Arms in Bures on 27th June. The weather was perfect as was the venue.
It was wonderful to see around 60 of the invited guests, members and friends both past and present, and to catch up and share experiences.
In the 40 years of its’ existence SSP have put on 120 shows including 40 pantomimes and many people have been involved with the group. We are thriving and very much looking forward to marking our anniversary year once more with our production of The Vicar of Dibley in October
First steps in replacing our old storage unit, readying the site for the new one and building the roof and gravel floor for our workshop…This is the first time in the history of the group that we’ve had our own space t buid scenery etc.
see gallery for more pictures