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Nantwich at Play Talks

Find below the programme of talks to take place at the museum from 29th July to 30th September, including a talk from our very own Sandie Laughlin and Margaret Boschi on the 19th August. A lot of work is put in to these events and it would be great to see as many people as possible supporting us.

Wed 29 July Oh What a Circus – Victorian Entertainment

by Bill Pearson

Wed 5 August Nantwich Pubs and Signs

by Andrew Lamberton

Wed 12 August Pleasure Palaces

by Ray Johnson

Wed 19 August Nantwich Players – past, present and future

by Sandie Laughlin and Margaret Boschi

Wed 26 August A Day at the Races

by Keith Lawrence

Wed 16 September Children at Play

by Molly Stone

Wed 23 September Play the Game – sport in Nantwich

by Wyn Jones

Wed 30 September Sport & Such Stuff as Dreams are Made of – the story of theatres and cinemas in Nantwich

by Graham Dodd

All talks start at 3pm

Tickets are available from the Museum reception priced at £3.00 (£2.00 for museum members)

Book to avoid disappointment

Nantwich Museum, Pillory Street, Nantwich, CW5 5BQ

01270 627104

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A Season of Success

As we look forward to the first play of the 2015/16 season, Charley's Aunt, we take a look back at all the fantastic awards we won and were nominated for last season. With so much to celebrate we can certainly say it was another smashing season at the Nantwich Players!

Chelford, Nominated: Sian Walker-Hirst for best performance.

Won: Best one act at Chelford ...Orca the goldfish

North Staffs....Nominated: Charlie Gobbett best supporting, Biff, Death of a Salesman

Nominated at NSDA. Don Hirst, best performance male, Jamaica Inn

Nominated at NSDA. Sian Walker-Hirst, Best performance female,The Stepmother

Nominated at NSDA. Simon Porter, best comedy performance Yes, PM Nominated. At NSDA. Linda Evans, best performance female, DOAS Nominated at NSDA. Avril Allman, best supporting performance for Bazaar and Rummage

Nominated at NSDA. Adjudicator's award. Best props. Bazaar and Rummage

Nominated at NSDA. Best director, Jeremy Acklam for Jamaica Inn

Nominated at NSDA. Adjudicator's award. Graffiti in Teechers

Won at NSDA...Best play...DOAS

Best Director, Jerry Park, DOAS

Best performance male, Simon Porter DOAS

Best stage presentation. Jamaica Inn

Most adventurous approach to theatre: DOAS

Wilmslow One act festival:

Won: Award to Orca the Goldfish in the Category “A Piece of theatre magic”.

Cheshire Theatre Guild

Nominations: Youth and Musical:

Most Promising Youngster (male) William Popovic as Deanie in Teechers

Best Lighting and Sound : Teechers

Won: Most Promising youngster (Female) Rebekah Baddeley as Mrs Parry in Teechers

Nominations: Senior Productions:

Most promising youngster in a senior production: Faye McCallum as Betty in The Stepmother

Best Supporting actor: Ryan Bearpark for Bernard in Yes, Prime Minister

Charlie Gobbett as Sir Humphrey in Yes, Prime Minister

Best Costume: For Services Rendered

Lighting and Sound: Jamaica Inn

Dramatic achievement: The Stepmother AND Yes, Prime Minister

Award for Comedy: Simon Porter as Jim in Yes, Prime Minister

Best Actress: Laura Monkhouse as Lois in For Services Rendered

and Sian Weedon for Lois in The Stepmother

Won: Best Set presentation: Jamaica Inn: Richard Thompson and John Whitehead

Best Properties: Jamaica Inn: Joanna Mcdonald and Judy Gratton

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On-line Ticketing

Our trials runs with Internet ticketing, using the Town Council’s facilities, have proved successful so far.  From now on, and starting with Teechers, tickets will be available on-line for all plays from 9 am.  You should be aware that the Town Council’s system does not allow more than 8 tickets in any one transaction. 

Visit  and click on Book Tickets for more information. There is a charge of £1 transaction fee per ticket bought on-line, which goes directly to the Town Council. 

Tickets for Teechers will still, of course, be available in person and by phone (600727) starting on 10th March.

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Players nominated as one of Mayor's Charities

The new Mayor for Nantwich, Cllr Christine Farrall, has nominated 3 local organisations as her Charities for the coming year. They are Nantwich Players (hurray!), the Nantwich Museum and Nantwich in Bloom.

Cllr Farrall, who took over as Mayor from Cllr John Lewis, said Nantwich Players has a 'well-deserved' reputation' in the North West, with the museum acting as a reminder of the town's history.

Nantwich Players Chairman Jeremy Acklam said he looked forward to welcoming the new Mayor to a future production at the theatre.

Our photo shows the new Mayor, Cllr Christine Farrall, with her predecessor, Cllr John Lewis. 

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