Here is a list of our past productions.
Click on images to zoom in. If the name of the production is underlined, you can click on it to see more information about the play.
The Real Inspector Hound
Directed by Tasha Gadsby
Last Panto In Little Grimley
Directed by Alison Sparey
Directed by Andrew Gallear and Sarah King
Written by Tim Booth
Directed by Nick Barker
|Inspector Drake||Nick Barker|
|Sergeant Plod||Alan Waring|
|Dr Rupert Short||Andrew Gallear|
|Miss Short||Alison Sparey|
Directed by Steve Melvin
Produced by Sean Daly
Written by Alan Waring, Steve Melvin and Lucy Naylor
Directed by Lucy Naylor
Directed by Tasha Gadsby
Directed by Phil Muir
This uproarious comedy relates the adventures of a hapless café owner in occupied France.
René would just like some peace to run his café, however with having to juggle the women in his life, deal with the war and avoid being shot by the Germans this is proving to be easier said than done.
This set of photos should give you a good idea of what goes on behind the scenes at a panto.
|Jack and the Beanstalk||December 2000|
|Hickory Dickory Dock||December 1999|
|Move Over Mrs Markham||August 1999|
|Sinbad The Sailor||December 1998|
|Snow White||December 1997|
|Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow||April 1994|
|Mother Goose||December 1993|
|Look, No Hans!||April 1993|
|Robinson Crusoe||December 1992|
|A Breath Of Spring||April 1992|
|Ali Baba||December 1991|
|Murder By The Book||September 1991|
|Season’s Greetings||April 1991|
|Sleeping Beauty||December 1990|
|Pools Paradise||April 1990|
|Puss In Boots||December 1989|
|Up ‘n’ Under||June 1989|
|Breezeblock Park||April 1989|
|Stags and Hens||April 1988|
|Mother Goose||December 1987|
|Not Now Darling||April 1987|
|Babes In The Wood||January 1987|
|Ghost Train||October 1986|
|Wild Goose Chase||April 1986|
|Tomb With A View||March 1985|
|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs||December 1984|
|There Goes The Bride||June 1984|
|Jennifer Jane||December 1983|
|Beyond A Joke||June 1983|
|The Murder Room||October 1982|
|The Gingerbread Man||March 1982|
Coming soon ...
Don’t Dress For Dinner
a farce by Marc Camoletti
adapted by Robin Hawdon
31st August ~ 3rd September 2016
In C Block Hall at John Port School, Etwall
Donations to local charities
Since 2008, Mickleover Players have raised £700 for the Mickleover Live At Home Scheme.
in 2010 we raised £400 for Funabil8y who support young disabled people aged 8-19 years.
Many thanks to our audiences for their donations!
This year we are supporting Littleover Live at Home collections will be made at the end of each performance .
We now have our scripts for Dick Whittington, Aladdin and Cinderella available for performance by other groups.