The Longparish Players is a village group, keen to involve anyone who is willing to help, whether on stage, as part of the production team or behind the scenes. Please contact Andy if you'd like to find out more.

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Longparish Mummers

Longparish Mummers' Play - revived 2013

The Village Handbook explains that Longparish had some distinctive customs. The Christmas Mummers play which is preserved in the Church used to be performed in the big houses, and the mummers were given food and ale. The play was revived in 2013 after a break of over 80 year. To find out more just click on the picture aside.

Poster

22/23 November 2013 - Gosforth's Fete and Last Tango in Little Grimley

The double bill in the newly refurbished village hall played to packed houses both nights. The new lights and sound system were put to good use and the format of two short plays with breaks for a BYO meal worked well.

Just click on the thumbnail aside to see more including the poster, the programme, pictures and videos.

Death in Drygulch

This murder Mystery on Saturday 21 May 2011 was a hoot and it raised nearly £500 for the much needed refurbishment of our Village Hall, home of the Longparish Players.

For more information click here.

And here's the programme.

Click on this picture to see more

2 to 4 December 2010 - I'll Get My Man

A farce by Philip King.

The best one so far .... Just click on the vicar to see more.

Cleaver

19 to 21 November 2009 - Miss Glossop's Weekend Break

A farce with murderous overtones by Stuart Arden.

Just click on the cleaver to see more.

  28 March 2009 - another Murder Mystery in aid of the Playgroup. This time set on the Spanish Costas
Continetal quilt

The Continental Quilt - 16 and 17 May 2008

A farce by Joan Greening. This production was a long time at the conceptual stage which gave us plenty of time to hone it and turned out very well. Indeed, many people say it was our best yet. Click on the quilt for more information and links to a photo gallery and a downloadable video of the whole performance.

Porridge Bowl

Who's Been Eating My Porridge?

A mystery- click on the porridge bowl for details and here for some pix

Sat 7 July 2007

15 July 2006

MURDER AT WORTHY TOWERS

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Longparish Players Presented on 11 and 12 November 2005

See How They Run - A farce by Philip King

The play was a hoot. Audience, cast and backstage crew had great fun.

Click on the picture (to the left) to see the pictures.