What our audiences say:

Each production has performed to packed houses, and feedback has been consistently good. Here’s just a selection of some of our favourite comments.

Mike Stephens is the Reverend William Holland. Ken Burnett is his Grace the Bishop of Norwich in Mildred!.
Tommy McGee is evil Lord Lu in Brain Robbery.

For The Great Huntingfield Brain Robbery

‘Many congratulations on such a great production – it was great fun and thoroughly enjoyed. My kids thought it was fantastic, they really ‘got into it’ and enjoyed the audience repartee and joining in with the singing (at the tops of their voices!) Other comments I heard was ‘what a great show’ – ‘so complex it would even be difficult for a professional company of actors‘, ‘The Hand was really scary’, etc. etc.’
Sue, Huntingfield

‘It was brilliant to come out and forget my troubles for a couple of hours, laughing and participating – I’d no idea what to expect but it was really good.  Today’s audience are in for a treat.’
Liz, Ubbeston

‘…brilliant, well done! I really enjoyed it – haven’t laughed as much in ages. It was very impressive.’
Tracey, Linstead

‘Bravo dahlings!! What fun it was on Saturday eve!  Thank you so much for a stupendous, triumphant show – such a shame it’s over!  The production was really classy in every respect and all your efforts shone through.
Sue 2, Huntingfield

‘…we would like to host a party so we can rejoice in what we have achieved.’
Cast member

For Oops! someone’s stolen Santa’s sleigh. And Rudolph!

‘We loved it– the kids went wild. Will you do it again, next year? ’
PG, Halesworth

‘Great fun. So lovely to hear the church ringing with laughter and to see the eager, expectant faces of the children, young and old.’
JV, Walpole

For Mildred! The power of a dream.

‘I saw the play about Mildred Holland last week and enjoyed it very much. I loved the way it portrayed her determination to beautify the Church and the encouragement she was given by her husband. The scene with the villagers added humour (reminded me of Shakespeare plays). The evening was also made special because two of our neighbours came who had never been to the Church, so it was lovely to see their reaction to the ceiling.  Both thought it was amazing, even more so when the story behind it is known! So Linda thank you so much for commissioning it.’

Everybody clearly enjoyed it as much as we did, and it was well worth all your enormous effort. We liked your nod to Shakespeare with the rude mechanicals, and the denouement with the illuminated ceiling and the choir was terrific.
JH, Snape

Sue Tyler is PC Harris and Allan Barnes is Sgt Wilkes in Brain Robbery and Santa and Rudolph.

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