Amateur dramatics, visits by
professional companies, film screenings, etc
NP Live launched by Nantwich
With theatres in the UK being
told that they cannot stage live performances with audiences
during the coronavirus pandemic, local amateur dramatic
society, Nantwich Players are bringing a production to their
They will be live
streaming "The Regina Monologues" from the theatre on
Friday, July 17, at 7.30pm. Of course, the theatre will not
be open but patrons will be able to see the production in
the comfort of their own home. There will also be Encore
streams over the weekend until midnight on Sunday 19.
will be no charge, but with no income during the
pandemic, the Players will welcome financial support "
to help support Nantwich Players and to help us keep
creating theatre during these difficult times." Donate at: bit.ly/NantwichPlayersLive
Monologues" by Rebecca Russell and Jenny Wafer, is a "sharp,
funny, well-written short play which puts the six wives of
Henry VIII into a modern context and imagine how the lives
they lived might unfold now."
And now for a brief interval . .
Due to the escalation of the public health emergency and in
response to the Prime Ministerís statement advising that
people should avoid non-essential contact with others; all
events and shows at Nantwich Players' Theatre are now
We appreciate this will be disappointing news, and we are
postponing productions with a heavy heart but hope everyone
will understand the unprecedented nature of the current
Ultimately the health and well-being of all our volunteers,
members, patrons and our community are the most important
consideration at this time.
We will be posting further statements and updates about the status of forthcoming shows and we will be
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this
DUE TO THE COVID-19
The Wind in the Willowswas due to
be performed by Nantwich Players' Youth Theatre at the Players' Theatre, on
The Waterlode car park (CW5 5BH),
March. They would have performed John
Morley's adaptation of the book by Kenneth Grahame.
for the Players said: "Refunds
for 'The Wind in the Willows' tickets bought online, by
phone or at the TIC are being processed by Nantwich Tourist
Information Centre (currently closed). We do not know how long
this process will take to conclude. Please bear with the