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Get in touch: This page has email contact details for the group as well as booking information, directions to our venue and other pertinent notes.

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Booking tickets

Booking opens usually around the middle of October for the production run at the end of November / start of December. If you are on the mailing list you'll receive our production flyer, which includes a booking form; if not, there will be a copy here, available for download.

Our popular online booking facility will also be available, with links here to take you to our booking site. We introduced this facility, secured by PayPal, in 2013 and it has proved a success, although we recognise that many members of our audience still prefer to use the postal service, and we have no intention of discontinuing that option.

How to find us

St Saviour, South Hampstead

Chalk Farm, on the Northern line (Edgware Branch), is the closest Underground station, an agreeable couple-of-minutes' stroll to the church, which also has disabled access and a healthy supply of toilets. The address is St Saviour's Church, Eton Road, South Hampstead, London, NW3 4SQ. Find out more at www.stsaviourhampstead.org.uk

Booking tickets

Booking opens usually around the middle of October for the production run at the end of November / start of December. If you are on the mailing list you'll receive our production flyer, which includes a booking form; if not, there will be a copy here, available for download.

Our popular online booking facility will also be available, with links here to take you to our booking site. We introduced this facility, secured by PayPal, in 2013 and it has proved a success, although we recognise that many members of our audience still prefer to use the postal service, and we have no intention of discontinuing that option.

Email addresses

Mailing list

If you live in the United Kingdom and wish to be kept informed (once a year, as a general rule) about Players productions – to join our mailing list, in other words – please send a note that includes your name and email details to our info email address. When booking opens in late October/early November you will receive a PDF version of the production flyer with a few notes about the selection and a booking form (though we also offer online booking).

So as not to encumber you with a lifetime's unwanted mailings when you have lost interest (and also to keep our own costs down) we operate a policy of removing people from the mailing list who have not responded for five years. By responded, we mean returned the booking form. This has sometimes had the unexpected effect of de-listing regulars who do not book in advance but like to pay on the door – seldom a problem. If this applies to you, please let us know, by email or post, that you wish to be reinstated on the mailing list.

And of course, if you change your address, please tell us that, too.