The Brislington Players were the first drama group in the formed in the area in 1926. They performed very successful plays and musical comedies at the original church hall in Water Lane, and were renamed Bristol Musical Comedy Club in 1939. After the Second World War Brislington Drama Club was formed in 1948, also at the Water Lane hall, moving to the present St Luke's Church hall in 1964. The club disbanded in about 1980 and the present St Luke's Church Players were formed in 1988. We perform two productions a year, usually in May and December. We have produced
pantomimes, musicals, revues and plays since we began. We meet on Wednesday evenings 7.30 -10.0 at St Luke's Church Hall, Church Parade, Brislington Village where we also perform. Our minimum age is 13 with no maximum age! We are a friendly and sociable group and we welcome new members for acting (no experience required) , back stage work, including front of house and set/costume making.
If you'd like to join us pop into
St Luke's Church Hall any Wednesday evening or contact The Secretary,
Jonathan Rowe to find out more on 0117 9778108 or by email
Spring 2016 we marked 90 years of amateur drama in Brislington!