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We are back on in February 2024!

After an outbreak of COVID scuppered our last attempt to perform Who Killed the Farmer, we have now set new dates for you to come along and enjoy. 
 

It's 1954 and all is not well on Crow's Skull Farm. Amos Ramsbottom keeps his wife Connie and son Tom virtual prisoners, tied to a life of harsh traditional farming. Meanwhile the local hands-on butcher makes his regular friendly visits; and all the while the scheming Mayoress, Lottie Belcher, plans a new road to cut through the surrounding countryside. A perfect setting for murder, and it's not long before Amos is found dead! Your task is to discover Who Killed the Farmer?

 

Join us for on 22-24th February at Standalke Village Hall for a murderous evening of intrigue. Enjoy a meal from the Black Horse and make the most of our bar! Doors open at 6pm with dinner at 6.30pm


If you have any questions in the meantime, please reach out to us at contact@standlakeplayers.co.uk.

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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.

Did you miss a show?

 

Take a look at our 10th anniversary production...

The Importance of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde

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