In view of the current coronavirus situation, regrettably we have come to the decision to postpone the Standlake Players production of One Man, Two Guvnors until the Autumn. We are mindful of any potential risk to our audience and our members and know you will understand.
Almost all ticket holders have already been contacted, but for anyone wondering about tickets we are happy to return your money, however, we hope you will be coming to our rescheduled performances. If you have already paid you can carry your payment forward. Please let Anne in the box office know if you want a refund and can’t make the new dates after they area announced.
So much work has gone into this play, not just line learning and rehearsals but set building, sourcing amazing props and so much more, and were looking at a complete sell out across the three nights.
We will publicise the new dates as soon as we can, look out for emails and social media. We shall return!!
Thank you, and all our best wishes to all our loyal audience members,
The Standlake Players
Welcome to the Standlake Players website, the West Oxfordshire based amateur dramatic group. The Players were formed in October 2007, and ever since we have offered evening dinner theatre at Standlake village hall to residents of Standlake and the Lower Windrush area. We are also proud members of the Oxfordshire Drama Network.
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