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Stoke Poges Players

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About Stoke Poges Players

Stoke Poges Players aim is to bring theatre to the local community. We are a small group of around 15 members with ages ranging from 16 - 70. We stage two productions a year one in May and one (usually a pantomime) in the first week of December. Meetings are every week apart from in August from 8pm to 10 pm in The Harding Room at the Village Centre, Stoke Poges.

We welcome new members whether they want to go on the stage or just help out backstage as there is always something to do from painting, costumes, lighting, sound, prompt, front of house or making a drink at half time during rehearsals.

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