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Chorlton Players Not So Much A Drama Group.... More A Way Of Life

You can now view our two video specials on YouTube, or click one of the links below… don’t forget to give us some feedback on the YouTube comments… please!

*includes material recorded before the current restrictions in Greater Manchester came into place.

St Werburghs Church Hall
The Chorlton Players are a non-profit-making theatre group established in 1963. Our group has about forty members, of varying ages, and we produce five productions per season at the Parish Hall on St Werburgh’s Road, Chorlton.

We would normally meet every Monday and Wednesday evening for rehearsals and are always keen to see new members, however, given the current coronavirus crisis, all our activities have been suspended for the time being.

Even if you don’t fancy acting, we are always in need of all the other talents it takes to put productions on: backstage, costumes, front of house, set-building, audio-visuals, make-up, advertising etc. So if you are interested in taking any part in our shows, please get in touch.

For more information on our activities, including details of how to get in touch with us, please click here.

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