Current Season

Virtual Productions

While we wait for the return of both indoor and non-socially-distant productions, the Dulwich Players remain committed to developing new ways to perform and reach our audience. You can now view our Virtual Productions on our very own YouTube channel and we are constantly working on new 'zoomed' plays to keep ourselves busy and you entertained. Scroll down for details of what we have planned for the future.

Peter Pan

The Dulwich Players have recently become the Dulwich Storytellers for a new adaption of Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie. There are nineteen Storytellers, lost boys, pirates, and even a dog! We have got our work cut out for us bringing this much loved story to life via Zoom. However, the talent and enthusiasm of the cast promises this will be a Virtual Production to make you smile and think “what on earth is going on?” in equal measure. Filmed in chapters and released in instalments as short bedtime stories in March/April, we are looking forward to sharing our new adaptation with you shortly via our YouTube channel.

Our previous Virtual Productions include:

Horst Buchholz & Others by Matthew Wilkie, directed by Hayley Blundell

Open Your Ears by Ignatz Ratskywatsky with Ruth Landowne Giordano, directed by Jan Rae

Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, directed by Jan Rae

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, directed by Hayley Blundell

Women of Myth & Mystery by Lynette Jacobs, directed by Gill Daly

Briefest of Encounters, based on “Still Life” by Noël Coward, directed by Jane Jones

Macbeth by William Shakespeare, directed by Jan Rae

Proposed Future Productions: 

In view of the ongoing situation, it has been decided that A Christmas Carol, which was originally planned for December 2020, will be put on hold for now. The play is adapted by Jane Jones from Charles Dickens' novel and will be directed by Jane Jones at a later date.

June/July 2021:  

(A selection of) The Canterbury Tales, adapted for the stage by Mike Poulton and directed by Jan Rae.

With original music by Paul Grimwood and Andrew Cunningham

and with additional lyrics by Gill Daly.

To be performed in the gardens of Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich, SE21 7BG.

October 2021:

Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling, directed by Joshua Bradley-Hall at the Edward Alleyn Theatre