Participants 2011

This year we've eight fabulous theatre groups coming to Dartmouth to show you their best…

Dit'sum Players ☜

The Hebrew Lesson

Rehearsal for DDF 2010

Last year's production for DDF "The Hebrew Lesson" by Wolf Mankowitz; a powerful insight into Religious, Racial and political intolerance set in Ireland during the repression imposed by the notorious

Ermington Players

New blood for The Dart Drama Festival, The Ermington Players

Kingsbridge Amateur Theatrical Society ☜

When We Are Married

From the 2009 production

With us again for 2011. Last year's entry was an extract from their successful 2009 production of J B Priestley's "When We Are Married". Brilliantly executed, but then what would you expect of KATS

Salcombe Players ☜

Birthday Honours

March 2010, The cast take a bow.

Last years production, an extract from "Birthday Honours" by Paul Jones. Light comedy, well played. Obviously a society brimming with talent.

Shiphay Amateur Dramatic Society ☜


Rehearsal for DDF 2009

Shiphay Amateur Dramatic Society are based in… Shiphay

Last year's contribution was a poignant two hander "Sushi and Scones" by Randall David Cook. This will be their third year with us, they are a great society and their last two contributions shows the range of talent and scope of their productions.

Slapton Amateur Productions ☜

Unnatural Selection

Rehearsal for DDF 2009

Slapton Amateur Productions are back on the bill for 2011. Their last contribution in 2009 was a brilliant comedy (Unnatural Selection by David Murphy) set in the high tech, high pressure world of Big Pharma. …

Stoke Fleming Operatic & Drama Society ☜

Scenes From The Real History of Stoke Fleming

Rehearsal for DDF 2010

SOD's are one of DDF's regular participants and last year gave us "Scenes From The Real History of Stoke Fleming". The production, written in-house, was bonkers fun, as the photo shows; King John being met by peasants during his vistit to Stoke Fleming in 1215.

The Inn Theatre Company ☜

Split Ends

The cast giving nothing away

The Inn Theatre Company are Dartmouth based and well known for their excellent, annual, open air Shakespeare productions at Dartmouth Castle. The Inn Theatre Company

Last year's DDF contribution (also taken to the Teignmouth One Act Play festival) was a hysterical comedy, "Split Ends", written Max Brandt (aka D. …

What If And Why Not ☜

St. Joan

Rehearsal for DDF 2010

Back again, and very welcome. Their presentation of the first act of "St Joan" by George Bernard Shaw was excellent. We wonder what they'll do for DDF 2011. Get an early insight into their high standards, book a ticket for their production of

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