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Grange Drama is busy organising productions and play readings for 2024
Last month the final curtain fell on Grange Drama’s production of Simon Brett's MURDER IN PLAY as did the nightly laughter the cast brought to audiences busy deciding “ who dunnit “ as well. Congratulations to director lan Wilson & all those involved in bringing this play to Lower Holker Village Hall. To see the cast showing their appreciation, giving the audience a round of applause at the last performance, said it all.
Now on to 2024
|Last Play: Pics by David Pheasey||
Our next Production,
We are working hard. trying to find exciting plays to present to you in 2024.
Further details of our 2024 programme will follow soon.
Our Next Play Reading is:
Sherlock Holmes and the Curious Adventure of the Clockwork Prince by Cleve Haubold
led by Tanya Shaw
Described as a 'Victorian Romp', a collision of Sherlock Holmes, the Nutcracker suite and Gilbert and Sullivan.
on Thursday 30th November 2023 at 7.30pm in the Grange Institute, Main St, G-o-S LA11 6DP (Next to the Optician's)
If you want to listen to or participate in the reading, please come or let us know of your interest.
Hope to see you there.The kettle is always on at our free reading nights.
If you wish to join us, either to read or to listen, email our team at
Grange Drama Postmaster
See what we did whilst using Zoom!
Previous Zoom Readings
In February 2019 we began recording Radio Plays. We started with two plays which were originally part of the Street Theatre that was Kendal Yarns in the summer of 2016.
Radio plays had some advantages for the society:
They allowed us to create a production with very little overhead, either of time or of money.
They gave a Drama opportunity to those who had less time to commit or who could no longer remember lines.
They gave us new skills both in production and performance.
2020 Radio Plays
Something Different' and 'The Wigan Train' both penned by Lancaster based, John Martin.
On 6th February 2020 at Victoria Hall, Bob Somerset stage managed the recordings assisted by directors Deborah Powell and Jim Robson.
Listen to our recordings thus far:
Amateur Theatre in our area:
Ulverston Outsiders Present
Wife After Death
comes from the pen of Eric Chappell, the acclaimed author of Rising Damp, Only When I Laugh and many other plays and films.
At the Coro, Tuesday November 21st to Friday November 24th, 7.30 pm
Tuesday 21st November £13
Wed 22nd to Fri 24th £14.50
Wife After Death
Grange Musical Theatre Society presents
Beauty and the Beast
December 8th at 7:30pm, 9th at 2.00pm and 10th at 2.00pm 2023 Beauty and the Beast
Kendal Community Theatre present
The Snow Queen in Kendal
December 6th, 7th and 8th 2023. The Snow Queen in Kendal