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VE Day Celebration - June 2015

Pictured above are Sue Tingey & Jennifer Whelan. This was a fun packed cabaret evening. The Union Flags were flying, the audience sang along to 'We'll Meet Again', 'Kiss Me Goodnight Sargent Major' & many more with us. # Drama Group # Luton # Theatre

Cast of Honk

​Our History:

In January 1992 The Phoenix Players arose as a new name from the long-standing theatre company ‘The Top Hatters’.

The Phoenix Players specially designed logo depicts the mythical creature wearing a ‘Top Hat’ and carrying a ‘Silver Handled’ cane - forever a reminder of our roots.

The company started life as a revue group, in 1946, with sketches and music being written by the group's founder Roy Darby. Roy went on to write pantomimes for the company and from 1971 to directing published shows, the first being that great musical â€˜Guys and Dolls’.

This show also was the company’s 50th production.

In 1991 Roy was forced to retire through ill-health, and as the name ‘The Top Hatters’ was synonymous with Roy, it was felt a new name was needed and The Phoenix Players arose.

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Sarah Meers & Vicki Whitehead, Honk
Cast Of Oliver
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'Oliver' - November 2014

Pictured above are Sarah Meers (Nancy), Genevieve King (Oliver), Scott Newman (Bill Sykes), Kelly Sheppard Jones (Bet) & the amazing Maggie as 'Bullseye" the dog. A classic story which never seems to get old. Enjoyed by everyone young & old alike.           #Drama Groups #Luton #Theatre

Looking Back

Sue Tingey & Jennifer Whelan, VE Day Celebration

'Honk' - November 2011

Pictured above are Sarah Meers & Vicki Whitehead. A great, fun, colourful show at Luton Library Theatre.If you appreciate the story of 'The Ugly Duckling' then this is a must see show. #Drama Groups #Luton #Theatre  


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