No Sex Please – We’re British
Tues 6th to Sat 10th March at 7.45pm
Due to a simple mistake a young couple get inundated with pornographic material. How will they stop the tide before senior bank officials find out? Rip roaring comedy. Come and watch an excellent cast of established and new members of Thame Players as they race through swinging doors with impeccable timing. Tickets are selling very fast so don’t delay – book yours now!
Yes, Tribute Band
Saturday 17th March at 7.45pm
Yes, Please is an authentic tribute band which last performed at The Players Theatre in January last year to much acclaim. They are based in Oxford and formed in 2011 with the aim to faithfully recreate the original group’s sound.
My Mother Said I Never Should
Sunday 18th March at 7.45pm
It is a delight to welcome the return of Ubiquitous Theatre Company with their latest production, a deeply moving and poignant play about four generations of women from the same family. The action takes us from WW2 up to the present day as it explores the timeless relationships between the mothers and daughters.
Carole King and James Taylor Story
Friday 23rd March at 7.45pm
Come along and enjoy a trip down memory lane. Two great legends of the American music scene.
Gabriel Chanan – King Donald the 1/5th
Sunday 1st April at 7.45pm
Rich merchant Donald, bored with his empire of taverns, hunting grounds, racecourses and houses of ill repute, and annoyed by repeated demands for the tax he has evaded, decides that his best defence against the kingdom is to seize control of it.
Comedy Gig – Comedy @ The Players presents: Bilal Zafar and Jack Barry
Friday 6th April 2018 at 7.45pm
Bilal Zafar: Biscuits Join 2016 Best Newcomer nominee and Hackney Empire New Act of the Year winner as he explores the fascinating world of online dating and finding love on social media in increasingly confusing times.
Jack Barry: High Treason As seen/heard on Channel 4, Channel 5, ITV 2 and BBC Radio 4. The next in our regular Comedy gigs – a regular fixture at the Players, now.
White Cobra Productions present ‘Glorious’ the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins
Saturday 14th April at 7.45pm
Glorious is the inspirational true story of New York heiress, Florence Foster Jenkins, who obsessively pursued her ambition of becoming a great singer. She dreamt of playing New York’s Carnegie Hall, and only one thing stood in her way…. she couldn’t sing a note!
Tickets for all shows from Spear Travels Tel: 01844 217228 or online from www.thameplayers.co.uk
Who is exploring online dating at the Players Theatre?
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