Headley Theatre Club
Established 1952
Tel: 01428 712892

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based at Headley , near Bordon, Hampshire

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A friendly village-based society – new members welcomed

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The Club was founded in 1952, building on the success of a pageant held to celebrate the Festival of Britain the previous year. It was felt that an organisation should be formed in the Village to encourage such enthusiasm and talent on a more permanent basis. And so it has remained.

Come and Join us!

As an active village drama group, we thrive only so long as we continue to attract both members and audiences.
Our policy is to welcome all comers, and put them to work as soon as possible. Whatever your talent, we can probably use it. See Contacts.

WARNING! Those who join us "just to make the tea"
usually end up on the stage anyway!

Benefits of Membership

Varied Drama Schedule

Typically the Club puts on a pantomime, a 3-act play and a musical event each year. Often we do far more than this. To some extent our schedule depends on the talents and availability of our members.

Youth & Junior sections too!

As a village organisation, we take seriously our responsibilities for giving the youth of the village something worthwhile to do with their leisure time. As well as being involved in the annual pantomime and the summer events, the Junior (6-11) and Youth (12-18) sections also put on their own shows from time to time.

Opportunities to Try Your Hand At . . .

Acting, of course, but also lighting, stage management, costumes, art work, publicity – you have an idea, and we'll consider it.

Social Events

From treasure hunts to barbecues to theatre visits, the Club organises a full social calendar for its members through the year.

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Headley Theatre Club

Forthcoming Programme & News . . .

Tuesday and Thursday evenings (except 3rd Thurs of the month in Sept to March) : 6.45 to 7.45pm - sessions for Juniors organised by Tina during school term time. Restarting on Thursday 28th September 2017.


"Hi-De-Hi" in rehearsal - see Rehearsal Schedule

Sat 30 Sept: Dramatic Hindhead Walk - again - previously performed in 1995, 1996, 2010, 2011 & 2013 (twice) - see pics
– this year part of the Haslemere Walking Festival
– speaking parts have been cast, but if you'd like to be involved on the day as highwayman's victims or runners, please let Jo or Dil know. Run-through at noon; performance at 2.30pm. Starting by the NT car park at Hindhead.

Oct 6/7 & 13/14 - 'Hi-De-Hi' directed by Ellie

Tue 10th October - 8pm: Readthrough of Humpty Dumpty in Headley Village Hall

Thurs 12th October - 8pm: Auditions for Humpty Dumpty in Headley Village Hall

Tue 17 Oct - No rehearsals this week - there is a talk "Grandma Flew Spitfires" in the Village Hall at 8pm, all welcome, entry £5.


Jan 12/13 & 19/20 - Humpty Dumpty directed by Jill and Karina

Contacts within Headley Theatre Club

Committee Information

Committee meetings normally first Monday of the month

Next Committee meeting: Mon 16 October 2017 - 8.30pm

Constitution meeting: Mon 23 October 2017 - 8.30pm

Info supplied by HTC members past and present

Links to local and national Dramatic groups

Our 'twin' organisation in Corné – Les Bouillards de Corné

For links to many other groups nationally, try Amdram - the amateur theatre network

See how they do pantomime in New York City!

At the 'west weald edge' where Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex meet, your local Am Dram groups are:–

Among local professional theatres are:–


Make a change from the run-of-the-mill For your pantomime scripts have a look at John Owen Smith's site

Headley Theatre Club
Established 1952
Tel: 01428 712892

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