Saint Monica's Players

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Saint Monica's Players
Saint Monica's Players Logo.png
Type Theatre group
Purpose Musicals, Plays & Pantomimes
Location
  • Enfield, London
Chairman
Luke Clow
Past Chairmen
Phil O'Flaherty, Ben Hewis, Stuart Wall, Warren McWilliams, Mike Benyon
Website www.smptheatre.co.uk

Saint Monica's Players (SMP) is an amateur dramatic society based in Enfield.

It was formed in 1958 out of the Saint Monica's church of Palmers Green. The group has performed over 200 different plays and musicals at local theatres and drama festivals and competitions.[1] They produce three shows per year; a summer show at the Millfield Theatre in June, a pantomime at the Intimate Theatre in January and a night of one act plays.

Pantomimes are written by resident writer Warren McWilliams, whose work is published by Lazy Bee Scripts and StageScripts Ltd.

In June 2016 the will be present the 26th UK production of Urinetown, written by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ List of SMP shows available at http://www.smptheatre.co.uk/pastshows.html

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  1. ^ http://www.smptheatre.co.uk/category/what-is-urinetown/