Denstone Players

The Denstone Players Amateur Dramatic Society evolved from the Village Review held in support of The Denstone Sports Trust in 1987. Since then the Society has staged numerous plays and shows for the enjoyment of members and our audiences in the local community. A Young Players section was established in 2008 for children aged 8 to 16 years. However, due to a variety of reasons the Society ceased functioning but re-launched in May 2014 when a new Committee was elected.

Recent productions:

February 2016 — the pantomime ‘Cinderella’ directed by Gill Brown
July 2016 — ‘Blithe Spirit’ by Noel Coward directed by Marge Stanley
October 2016 — ‘A Variety Show- For Two Nights Only’ directed by Terry Davies and Marge Stanley with choreography by Jess Leake
February 2017 — the pantomime ‘Aladdin’
July 2017 — “Gold Diggers of 2017″ written and directed by Catherine Doel
October 2017 — Another “Variety Show for Two Nights Only”!

Future productions:

Denstone Players annual pantomime ‘The Wizard of Oz’ directed by Gill Brown, will be performed on 22nd, 23rd and 24th February starting at 7pm with a 2pm matinee on 24th in Denstone Village Hall.
Doors will open 30 minutes before the performance starts.

Tickets: Adults £8.00 Children (Under 16) £5.00 are available from Denstone Stores, College Road, Denstone (07816 085891), or Denstone Hall Farm Shop (01889 590050) or online at

Social activities include visits to other local drama groups both amateur and professional, plus group meals and dances.

Further details about the Society can be seen on our website

Annual General Meeting on Sunday 20th May 2018 at 6pm:

Our AGM will start at 6pm on Sunday 20th May 2018 in the Village Hall. The main items for discussion will be our next three productions in 2018/19.

Following that at 7pm there will be a cheese and wine social.

Everyone is invited to find out about acting, directing, lighting, props, costumes, set building, make-up, front of house, advertising and even running a raffle! There are lots to do on and off the stage.

We’d love to see lots of people on Sunday 20th May. So please come along and get involved.