A humorous and vibrant rendition of Chaucer’s best loved stories, including the Knight's Tale, the Wife of Bath's Tale, the Miller's Tale and more.
Relatively Speaking was the first of Sir Alan Ayckbourn’s plays to be a major hit in the West End. It’s a delightful and funny tangle of deceit and misunderstanding with mistaken identity and motivation at its heart.
Two Sisters is set in a small Russian town in 1880 and centres around the life experiences of two sisters Sonia and Anya, both in their forties who have fallen on hard times and now live in spartan lodgings and relative poverty.
"Director Jill Gill should be commended for her ability to combine a varied age range of actors.....all three of the actors playing the central children's parts were strong and utterly convincing..."
A dysfunctional family on the verge of financial ruin facing huge social turmoil - by Anton Chekhov, set in Russia just before the revolution.
St. Alban's Players history with their production of Interior Designs, representing England at the British Final Festival on the 2nd of July 2016.
Director Chris Morison, cast and crew produced a very popular production of Alan Ayckbourn's comedy Table Manners in May, 2014.
The original vision was for romance, a fairy tale and this has indeed grown into a true pantomime!
St Alban’s Players one act play festival competition entry.
We are entering the Bristol & Avon festivals!
Leaving the fish factory behind, 4 ladies head to Royal Ascot and try their hand at the jackpot. A light hearted comedy.