Trimpley Players, formed in 1984, is a volunteer group of local people who put on a show every two years, raising money in aid of Trimpley Village Hall.
Their first performance was in 1985, and over the years they have presented many varied, and always entertaining, revues and pantomimes.
In March of 2011 the show, entitled “Comedy Sketchbook”, included Trimpley Players’ version of well known comedy sketches from past and present TV shows. Rehearsals, held on Wednesdays, throughout January and February culminated in a hilarious show. Members of Trimpley Players, directed by Sue Thompson, portrayed characters from the various comedy shows, including Dad’s Army, Steptoe & Son, Little Britain, Father Ted, and Vicar of Dibley. The sketches proved to be very popular and there was plenty of laughter throughout all four performances of the show.
Posters for previous shows can be seen here: Previous Trimpley Shows.
Costumes and Scenery are made by the members of the group, whose efforts and commitment present a show to entertain the local community and benefit the Village Hall.
Would you like to join Trimpley Players, either on stage or behind the scenes ?
For further information please contact Mrs Sue Thompson on 01562 752389.