Category: Blog

Flying to Neverland

In this years Christmas pantomime, The Whitefield Players took a trip to Neverland with Peter, Wendy, John, Michael and of course Nanna (portrayed in human form by Steve Talbot). Here is the recording of the flight to meet the lost men – ahem, sorry boys -, the Indians and take on the evil Captain Hook. Any…
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Is This The Way To Amerillo?

The Whitefield Player’s find their way to Amerillo in their first video shown live during this summers variety performance “TV Mehem”.

Players mark 10th year with ‘Best of’

You realise a ‘pop band’ has been around for quite a few years when a ‘Best of’ compilation of their ‘Greatest Hits’ appears. The Whitefield Players, who present their shows in the Horfield United Reformed Church, believe this, the year of their 10th anniversary, is an ideal time to cash in on this quick nostalgia…
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Community Strength Lies in Teamwork

The Whitefield Players present Passport to the World: Horfield URC, Bristol. Community theatre, in the true sense, can take many forms. Sometimes it’s a lavish presentation of a well-known work involving hundreds of people. On other occasions, like this one, it has been put together club members hoping to make the best use of the…
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Drama Group Stages It’s Fifth Panto

A drama group from Horfield is putting on a production of Sleeping Beauty this week. The Whitefield Players at the Horfield United Reformed Church, also known as the Whitefield Memorial Tabernacle, based in Muller Road will be staging the pantomime from Wednesday until Saturday. The group has 30 members ranging in age from one to…
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Storage Plight Solved

A grant of £1,000 from a local community fund will help a north Bristol drama group store their costumes and sets. The Horfield-based Whitefield Players perform and rehearse their popular plays at the Horfield United Reformed Church, which is also known as the Whitefield Memorial Tabernacle. They are set to benefit from the Let’s Make…
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