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Welcome to the online home of the Kings Langley Players! This is the 88th year we have been presenting live entertainment in this corner of Hertfordshire - and beyond!
The Season got off to a stylish start in October, with a wickedly witty 1920s comedy - Noel Coward’s immortal "Hay Fever". This stylish production was well received by good audiences - an artistic and financial success!. Our traditional pantomime has just started rehearsals (once again scripted by Ben Crocker, who wrote last year’s sumptuous "The Sleeping Beauty"). January's "Beauty and the Beast" promises to be just as lavish a family treat. March sees a lively early hit from the pen of that national treasure and contemporary master of comedy, Alan Bennett. "Habeas Corpus" is Bennett’s farcical salute to post-war buttoned up Britain: a saucy seaside post card brought to life. In May there’s a change of gear. "Breaking the Code" is Hugh Whitemore’s dramatic account of the real life story of Alan Turing whose top secret code breaking work during WWII made a crucial contribution to the Allied victory. He was an awkward genius, cruelly sidelined after the war because of his candour in admitting his homosexuality. Finally, back by popular demand, in June there’s a nostalgic evening of entertainment, with refreshments: "Let’s all go to the Music Hall!"
For the first time, this year we performed excerpts from our panto at the Christmas Lights celebration in Kings Langley High Street recently - you can see the video here.
In my first year as Chairman, I'm very proud to be leading the KLP into such a great season and I look forward to seeing you at the shows!
Five of the best
from the KLP!
Chairman, Kings Langley Players