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January 6, 2019

1001 Arabian Nights

Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, the tough decision has been taken today to cancel the upcoming production of 1001 Arabian Nights.
I just wanted to thank everyone for all the hard work, time and effort that you have all put in up to this point and can only apologise for the way things have turned out. Thanks especially to our director, David Kent, for taking this project on and giving it his all. I am personally very disappointed as I'm sure you all are.
Tia Kerby-Camps
Chairman, Eydon Players
August 19, 2018

Annual BBQ

From 12.30 pm at Takoradi, Culworth Road

By kind permission of Gwen Bishop.
BBQ by Tim and Lynne Williams A charge of 5/head to cover bbq meats and potatoes. Bring and Share salads, puddings and drinks. Guests and possible new members welcome, but please provide for them .
July 28, 2018

Annual Garden Party

6.30 pm

By kind permission of Barry Griffin.
After weeks of fine, warm evenings, we get thunder and lightning and heavy rain showers, but thanks to our host, everyone enjoyed an indoor garden party, surrounded by the plants in the spacious conservatory.
July 25, 2018

Annual General Meeting

7.30 for 8 pm at Eydon Village Hall

Refreshments from 7.30 pm. Please make every effort to come along to hear what we have been doing during this past year and to voice your opinion. To be eligible to vote,those holding an annual membership will need to renew it before the meeting starts. New members welcome, we will be delighted to see you.
5-7 July, 2018

A Fete Worse than Death

Murder Mystery/Comedy by Richard James. Eydon Village Hall, 7.30 pm, doors open 7 pm. In spite of scorching temperatures, and competition from World Cup football and Wimbledon tennis, each performance attracted an appreciative audience to this lively play. Congratulations to all involved both on and off the stage, especially the actors subjected to the heat of stage lights of necessity placed only a few feet above them.
January, 2018


A joint production with Eydon Village Hall

Pantomime by Stuart Andern and Bob Heather. Eydon seems to have missed having an annual panto as the show was sold out and over subscribed.

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