Such an exciting time of year for the Quay Players and amateur theatre in London! Cinderella made it to the ball in our 2019 panto, swiftly followed by our incredibly successul 2020 Cabaret “Songs I’ll never Sing” where we had a sellout audience. Shrek is now just beginning, check out the quayplayers.org.uk/shrek page for more information!
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The Quay Players is a community London musical theatre group & amateur theatre London group based in Bermondsey/London Bridge, South London. Established in 1997 and a registered charity since 2012 (number 1147608). We perform two shows every year; a family panto in the winter, and a full-scale musical in July. As well as amateur theatre in London We also put on lots of other events through the year, such as cabaret nights, quiz nights, treasure hunts, and regular socials.
Our next production will be Bring It On at the Greenwood Theatre. There will be 4 shows being performed on 1st to 3rd 2019 including a Saturday matinee.
The Quay Players are a very friendly London amateur dramatics society and passionate about musical theatre. We are a community group in a professional venue, if you would like to join us then please get in touch on email@example.com.
Our latest pantomime hit the stage in December 2019 where we saw some of our highest audience figures to date and another hugely successful show by a wonderful and talented cast.
Written by Shamini Bundell, Cinderella did make her way to the ball at the spite of her ugly sisters!
Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic – she’s been named captain of the squad! But an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighbouring, hard knock Jackson High School.
Will Campbell ever be accepted at Jackson High and will she get the chance to fulfil her dream of winning the National Championships?