Be a Hero (not a rotten orange) and join us!
Saturday 26th June : 2pm and 5pm
Sunday 27th June: 2pm and 5pm
Saturday 3rd July: 2pm and 5pm
Sunday 4th July : 2pm and 5pm
Tickets: £12 and £8 (under 18 years of age)
Please note that the safety of our audience and cast is of paramount importance and Bell House and the Dulwich Players will fully comply with government guidance. Social distancing measures for both cast and audience will be in place and for this reason, each booking will be treated as a separate ‘household’ and there will be a maximum of 6 tickets per booking.
We will be offering refreshments (but of course you are welcome to bring your own). Please bring your own seating, be it chairs or rugs.
By purchasing a ticket, you will be permit us to share your contact details with NHS Test and Trace if required.
Assistance dogs only
Much ado about something?
We've got so used to wanting to do something this summer, but on this occasion you might just want to think about making much ado about nothing! War heroes Don Pedro and his soldier-boys turn up at Governor Leonato's house hoping for a well deserved rest … but when has that ever worked out? Claudio loves Hero; Benedick despises Beatrice (and the feeling is mutual she will assure you). Pedro's pals are either obstinately love struck or in denial of their emotions allowing the Don's half-sister Donna Juana and the beastly Borachio to hatch a plot to tear their worlds apart. But never fear! The local neighbourhood watch are on call to intercede swiftly and bring them to justice ... right?!
The beautiful Bell House beckons you to do nothing but be bewitched by a sharp fast-paced rom-com based on trickery and mistaken identity. In a generation of fake news, The Dulwich Players bring clarity, modernizing a scorching Shakespearean sizzler with a citrus-fresh twist.
Much Ado about Nothing By William Shakespeare
In the gardens of Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich, SE21 7BG
Proposed Future Productions:
With the hopeful progress of the road map out of lockdown, the Dulwich Players are planning to present:
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling, directed by Joshua Bradley-Hall at the Edward Alleyn Theatre
(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.
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.