Nov 21, 2019 Trevor
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  REVIEW Diamonds Are For Trevor There are levels of professionalism that the Cheriton Players achieve every time they put on a show… and then they go and reach the summit of Everest with this one. Right from the off when you saw Pratt (David Cradduck) and realised he was the cleaner, not a spy, […]

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Apr 04, 2019 Variety Show
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    Review A Very International Variety Show, Cheriton Players Back in April 2015 (was it really four years ago?!) I came to see the Great Cheriton Variety Show, and was amazed by the riot of colour, humour and bonkers moments. In fact, I remember writing “… and ever so slightly bonkers…” in my review, […]

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Apr 19, 2018 communicating doors
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  REVIEW: Communicating Doors, Cheriton Players at the Village Hall (Images: Craig Robertson) Fans of the original ‘Star Trek’ series will be familiar with an episode called ‘Tomorrow is Yesterday’. This is when the Enterprise goes back to the 1960s because of a black hole and an F-104 pilot is scrambled to check out what […]

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Mar 25, 2017 Bonkers
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  The Even Greater Cheriton Variety Show – Cheriton Players, Cheriton Village Hall – 22 March 2017 By Kevin Gover, News Editor Can it really be two years since the Great Cheriton Variety Show led me to write those words: “Ever so slightly bonkers…”? The one which was so random, so way out in left […]

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Mar 07, 2017 village hall
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  The grand plans to upgrade Cheriton Village Hall have been described as a ‘celebration’. It’s some celebration though – around £300k worth of celebration! By Kevin Gover, News Editor 7 March 2017 In my many years of working here, I have come to find that every village in Hampshire seems to have that community […]

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Feb 05, 2017 cheriton
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  Race night raises £500 for Cheriton Village Hall appeal. The best way to raise money it seems, is to have a laugh and get everyone involved. David Cradduck writes: Cheriton Players went to the races on Friday evening (3 Feb) – or rather the races came to the Players. A fun-packed evening for 50 […]

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Mar 19, 2016 DSC_1149e
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REVIEW: A Month of Sundays by Bob Larbey – Cheriton Players. Thursday 17 March 2016. Images: Craig Robertson Real life, laughing out loud, jaw-dropping comments, squirming in your seat – this play has it all. How can you make the subject of dementia funny? Well, Bob Larbey (Good Life, Ever Decreasing Circles, Brush Strokes) certainly […]

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Mar 01, 2016 Cheriton Players Month of Sundays
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PREVIEW – A Month of Sundays – It’s a case of better late than never for the award winning Cheriton Players – as they prepare for curtain up on a play that should have been staged there a year-and-a-half ago. As the Cheriton Players enter the final phase of rehearsals – polishing, rigging lights, adjusting costumes, […]

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Nov 21, 2015 Review: Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
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Review: Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime – a comedy by Constance Cox, based on a short story by Oscar Wilde Cheriton Players, Friday 20 November 2015 Murder. How does one go about it? How does one go about it when you are told by a palmist that you are actually destined to be a murderer when […]

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Jul 01, 2014 Oh Clarence!
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Luckily for The Cheriton Players, Oh Clarence’s Cheriton village does not mimic Blandings. That being the 1920s location for John Chapman’s dramatised re-telling of the popular P.G. Wodehouse tales. Unlike the fictional village, where everything ‘practically dies by 10.30!’, many enthusiastic Cheriton residents ventured out to enjoy the Players’ latest comedy, and were rewarded by […]

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