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Sir Teddy Taylor was a lovely man and was East Essex Player’s president. He was a great support to the group for many years.

We will miss his presence at our shows and at our social activities.

Such a gentleman, they don’t make them like him any more…..

EAST ESSEX PLAYERS group was formed in 1963 and is now a familiar part of the

amateur theatre scene in the Southend area. We present three productions a year   and some of our long serving members have belonged for over 30 years.

 

E.E.P are always happy to welcome new members both acting and non-acting.

You do not have to undergo an audition to join, we just ask that you be prepared to

have a go at some of the many jobs involved in each production.

 

 

We build our own production scenery and sometimes need everyone to give a helping hand in the busy weeks prior to the show. This can be great fun and there is always a job for everyone, even if it is just making the tea !

 

We rehearse at 8pm on Tuesday evenings at Eastwood Memorial Hall, Lambeth Road, Eastwood.

Everyone is welcome whether they are in the production or not, as this is seen as our “ club night”.

When a production is approaching, we will also hold rehearsals on a Monday evening.

If you wish to be in one of our productions, our audition process is very

informal and the cast is chosen by the director of each play.

Once a year we have a revue evening and everyone who wishes may take   part in this production, regardless of previous experience.. a slot will be found for you !!

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RIP Sir Teddy Taylor

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           East Essex Players 50th Birthday - 2013 

 

  Celebrated on 20th September 2013 At Saxon Hall.

  This was a fantastic evening enjoyed by all who attended

  Live music was performed by Paul Jerrom to a very 

  appreciative audience!

 

 

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