Past members


Tracey 3


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Sally Nower


Clive Dow


Claire Burgess


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Caroline Street


Emma Ballard

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Mike Nower




Steve Murkowski


Mark Bonsor

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Jennifer Woolsey

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Brian Moore - Legend and Superstar - much missed

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Hugh Street

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Reg Beckley

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Sara Nower

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John Burgess - a founder member

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A newcomer to the Group  Barbara joined us for Beauty & the Beast in the chorus. She  dreams of a role like that of Penelope Keith in To the Manor born! So far her only unforgettable moment was nearly missing her cue to come on stage in the Panto. We’ve all been there!!Barb Eve.jpg


Christopher.jpghas been on stage for 9 years starting with a debut at The Quay in Richard III. This is his first show with SSP and he is also active with the Castle Players and Sudbury Dramatic Society. His favourite role to date was in Sudbury’s production of All My Sons and he’d love to nab a part in Dr Who


Josh Clancy.jpgHas been doing drama for 7 years and this is his first production with SSP. He’d love to play Bill Sykes in Oliver Twist and is proud of having taken centre stage in the Essex University annual Shakespeare  week


Mick has joined us after spending 5 years with the Silver End pantomime Group – welcome Mick! His favourite role to date has been Gaston in Silver End’s production of Beauty & the Beast, and he has his eye on a particular role in our next production….His unforgettable moment was when, as Widow Twanky in Aladdin he managed to send his wig on a trajectory into the audience!Mick.jpg

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Andy Barton

Well hello there reader! My name is Andy Barton. I started with the group in 1993 when my mother forced her then 11 year old son to wear tights and sing a song called ‘Eggdorado’ (think Oklahoma! Music) to a bunch of strangers for the Pantomime Humpty Dumpty. The rest as they say, is history.

Since then I have been given the most amazing opportunities with the group. From farcical comedies to edge-of-your-seat thrillers, I have been fortunate enough to be involved with a brilliant variety of performances. And it is not just plays that the group involve themselves with, over the years the group have acted in corporate training videos, produced radio plays and contributed to local variety shows for charity.

It is an amazing group full of amazing people and over the years has given me the chance not just to act but also to broaden my skills in other aspects of theatre. Set design, prop supply, costume selection and backstage management are as equal if not more important than the people you see on stage. Being a part of Stane Street has given me the opportunity to experience these roles. Furthermore I even had a chance to direct, having recently directed the 2014 Pantomime, Little Red Riding Hood.

On a closing note I feel blessed for everything the group has taught me. Later this year I begin a Masters’ degree in Acting at East 15 Acting School and I can honestly say that it would never have been possible without the experiences and lessons that the group have taught me.

So come along to one of our meetings, have a chat and a cuppa and see what Street Street Players are all about. I promise you will not be disappointed!


Steven Johnson

I have been acting for 8 years now and Pantos are so much fun. This year I had the pleasure of being Dame in Little Red Riding Hood with SSP. Performing in such a great venue as the Empire was a real treat and I  enjoyed the experience. Acting has been a big part of my life and looking forward to performing in other plays with the Stane Street Players.