Peterbrook Players is an amateur
dramatic society, established in 1969 by a group of parents and teachers at Peterbrook School in Solihull Lodge.
Our first show was 'Oliver'
performed at Peterbrook School. From these small beginnings, Peterbrook Players flourished into one of the leading amateur
dramatic societies of Solihull.
the last 40 plus years, Peterbrook Players has presented nearly 50 shows. Initially at Peterbrook School then,
since 1982, at Solihull Library Theatre (now the Solihull Arts Complex).
From humble beginnings, Peterbrook Players now brings some of the most popular smash hits of the
West End to the Solihull Arts Complex stage. Recent sell out shows include 'Me & My Girl', 'Copacabana',
'42nd Street', 'Half a Sixpence' and recently 'Oliver' 'Annie' and 'The Producers'
Peterbrook Players prides itself on its youthful,
energetic membership. Musicals are fun to rehearse and fun to perform. Peterbrook members put 100% effort into enjoying
'42nd Street' will be performed at Solihull Arts Complex' in April 2015, if you fancy joining
us then please email email@example.com
Peterbrook Players chose ' WHEN YOU
WISH UPON A STAR' as their designated charity for 2012-2013, we are very pleased to have collected £1170 for
this worthy charity.
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