January 10, 2018
New Year Revolutions
January 10, 2018

Winter at Thame Players

Thame Players present
AUDITIONS – Murdered to Death
Wednesday 10th January 7.45pm

Written by Peter Gordon
Performances 8th to 12th May 2018 at 7.45pm

Spoof comedy with Jane Marple character & Inspector Clouseau characters, fake accents and the poor Police Constable who gets shot – twice. Who dunnit? The colonel, the butler? Fabulous fun all round.

Cast consists of 5 males, 5 females, assorted ages.

Mildred – Late fifties. Moderately wealthy owner of Bagshot House.

Dorothy – Mildred’s niece. Late twenties and slightly simpering..

Bunting – The butler. Sixties. Pedantic and rather creepy.

Colonel Charles Craddock – Early sixties. Dresses in tweeds. Confident but blustering.

Margaret Craddock – The long-suffering but acerbic wife of Charles.

Elizabeth Hartley-Trumpington – Mid twenties. Attractive and stunningly dressed. Very high society.

Pierre Marceau – A french art dealer in his early thirties. An exaggerated french accent.

Joan Maple – A spinster in her sixties. Amateur sleuth.

Constable Thomkins – Young, bright, uniformed village policeman.

Inspector Pratt – Inept, posing and clumsy.

All welcome – simply turn up at the theatre in

Nelson Street, Thame at 7.45pm on Wednesday

10th January.

New Year Visiting Shows start with………


REBECCA POOLE and her ‘Dazzling Musicians’

Saturday 27th January at 7.45pm

Jazz returns to The Players Theatre. Fast rising singer / songwriter, Rebecca Poole, performs at the theatre on Saturday 27th January at 7.45pm.  Following the release of her long-awaited debut album ‘Diamond in the Dust’, 2016 saw Rebecca support Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra on his UK tour – including appearances at the Royal Albert Hall, which gave rise to sensational reviews.

Tickets cost £12 and are available from Spear travels on 01844 217228 or online  from


HERVEY at the court of George II
Friday 2nd February at 7.45pm

Hervey is a one-man show written and performed by actor and novelist, A.P. Waxkirsh. 1737 is a bad year for the Royal Family. King George II and Queen Caroline loathe their son and heir, The Prince of Wales and The Prince of Wales in turn loathes them back with interest. A.P. Waxkirsh at his best.

Tickets cost £10 and are available from
Spear travels on 01844 217228 or online


Exclusive Competition

 To win 2 tickets to any Thame Players Show, simply answer the following question correctly:

 Who is creepy and pedantic?


  1. a) Inspector Pratt         b) The Prince of Wales         c) Bunting


Email your answers along with your name and address to by

Thursday 22nd February 2018.

Comments are closed.