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Tickets for The Game

Ticket sales have started for The Game by Harold Brighouse - a comedy drama about football club transfers in 1912 and the consequences on one family in particular.   Performance are at 7.45pm 8th - 16th September

Book online now at  Click on 'Book tickets' and choose your performance.   Or buy them at the Tourist Information Centre in Nantwich Civic Hall.
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CTG Award Success

The Nantwich Players' were once again successful at the Cheshire Theatre Guild (CTG) awards scooping 4 awards wins on the night. The winners from the Players are:

Bold Girls - The Ron Gleave Shield for  Best Lighting and Sound.

Cassie and Nora in Bold Girls - The Vicky Lane Trophy for Dramatic Achievement

Anthony Jenkins as Graham in Talking Heads -  The David Lane Cup for Best Actor

Talking Heads - The Ron Arscott Shield for Best Overall Runner-Up Production

Congratulation to all involved in another successful season.  

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The Game Tickets On Sale Now

Tickets for the first play of our 2017-18 season The Game by Harold Brighouse are on sale now!  Performances are from 8th - 16th September.  

You can buy tickets from the Civic Hall or online.  Tickets cost £9 and a £1 internet booking fee is charged by NTC per ticket. To buy online go to  Online tickets may be collected from the Civic Hall but it is usually much simpler to pick them up at the Theatre Box Office on the performance night.

By the author of Hobson’s Choice, The Game is a fast-moving social comedy of soccer and sexual politics, set during a single Saturday afternoon in 1912.  Kick-off at a quarter-to-eight each night!

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One Act Play Festival Successes

Effie's Burning, our recent One Act Festival entry by Valerie Windsor, proved to be a winner... 
In the Greater Manchester Drama Festival it won the Award for Best Production, Janan Chopra won Best Performance and Helen Gresty was the runner-up Best Actress. 
In the Wilmslow Festival, the two actresses jointly won the Best Individual Senior Performer Award - the Adjudicator said she simply could not separate them - and Pauline Brennan was Highly Commended for the burns Make-up which was chillingly realistic.

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