Current Production

George and the Dragon

24th - 27th October

Upcoming Events
26th Feb - 1st March 2014 - The Bitter End
This latest comedy "Whodunnit" penned by our other prolific author, Brian Havers, is due for it's first read-through on Thursday 3rd October at 7.30 p.m. at St. John's Hall.
There are roles for 2 men and 7 women of various ages. Revellers' stalwart, Steve Gravett, is to make his directorial debut with this brand new play.

An original pantomine by Sue and Clive Read.

Every year on midsummer's eve, the wicked Baron Blackheart chooses a fair maiden to give to the dragon to stop him from burning down the town. When Prince Geroge's beautiful Princess Hyacinth is chosen, he sets forth to slay the scaly foe with a little help from his less-than-willing sidekick, Haughtby.

Meanwhile Queen Bea and King Nodford must rally the villagers and their faithful but haphazard Fairy Muddle to help him. But is this dragon really as fearsome as he seems?

Featuring well-known songs, dances, jokes, audience participation and lots of silliness, 'George and the Dragon' is great fun for all the family.

Don't miss out. Call 01778 349534.

Upcoming Events

2nd - 5th February 2016 - The Best Man

What's Happening

17/2/2017 - Chat with the cast - Part 3

This week our wonderful host Sean Flynn speaks to Gill Giaffreda and Kirsty Bishop, discussing their favourite things about the Revellers, and their favourite shows.


03/02/2017 - Chat with the cast - Part 2

This week, our host Sean Flynn talks to two returning members of the society, Sam Beagley and Cydney Leigh Beagley, about their time with the Revellers and their plans for the future.

Revellers go to the Movies will be staged at the Peterborough Indoor Bowls Club 21-24 June. Tickets cost £12.50 and you can book now by calling 01778 349534!


27/01/2017 - Chat with the cast.

Sean & Dan have put together a short video featuring the cast.


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