Come and see our next performance:
Tickets are available from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/hsplayers
High Street Players present as open air production of
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Mike Lees
Outside Cornelia’s Cafe, St Nicholas Church, Church Green, Harpenden, AL5 2TP
Friday 8th and Saturday 9th July 7.30pm
Tickets available now from hsplayers.org.uk and from Manor Pharmacy or call 01582 620269
Orsino’s in love with Olivia, but Olivia’s in love with Cesario. However, Cesario is actually Viola in disguise, and Viola’s in love with Orsino, but he thinks she’s a man … a knot that only time can untie!
In your imagination let us transport you to the island of Illyria as Harpenden’s High Street Players present an open-air production of Shakespeare’s hilarious comedy of mistaken identity. Bring your family and friends; buy a drink at our bar in Cornelia’s café (open from 7.00 p.m.) before settling down to enjoy the performance.
Every outdoor performance is unique as the changing light and weather contribute to the atmosphere. In the event of heavy showers it may be necessary to stop and restart the show. However, the performance will not be cancelled unless the weather makes it impossible to continue. We advise bringing waterproofs (not umbrellas, unless you intend to sit at the back) and something warm as cooler evenings are not unknown in Harpenden – even in July.
High Street Players perform twice a year usually in the hall of High Street Methodist Church, Harpenden with a membership drawn from the local area.
We perform comedy and drama and rehearse twice a week. In addition we have regular play readings for fun, which are currently on zoom and organise visits to drama productions. We are always looking for new people to join us either on stage or backstage.
You can view recent productions and find details of upcoming performances on this website, and if you are tempted to join us, click on ‘Be A Part Of It’ for details.
If you have any queries you can email us at email@example.com
A recording of Lady Windermere’s Fan
Our second online recording of our weekly online play readings. The group produced a radio play version of Lady Windermere’s Fan, click below to listen to the result.