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Clarbeston Road  

Clarbeston Road Players usually present a full length production in the spring (due to the farming calendar).   We also endeavour to support the One-Act festival, again during either April or May, and we have occasionally presented late summer productions.   We enjoy preparing murder mysteries to challenge audiences. Our annual pantomime is presented in early December.  Our next production will be:


The Golden Goose

By Alaine Simpson

The Golden Goose is set in medieval times, with all the ingredients of traditional pantomime – lovely and not so lovely ladies, a good fairy, a pair of bumbling spies, a noble hero , an evil king and plenty for the audience to do!  There are lots of chickens too. 

Clarbeston Road Memorial Hall

2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th & 10th December 2011

Tickets from usual outlets Or Any Member of Clarbeston Road Players

Doors open 7.00 Curtain up 7.30


A brief history

Clarbeston Road Players were founded in 1968 with the erection of the Memorial Hall Clarbeston Road, by Christwen Vaughan and Patsy Lewis. The first production was ‘The Dear Departed' featuring one of our members Nan Warlow, who is still very active. Our first Panto' was in the early '70s 'Aladdin', and these continue with a wealth of talent from both old members and new young people starting out their stage careers. Clarbeston Road Players were founder members of the Pembrokeshire Drama Association, with Robin Sheldrake as the first Chairman.   Throughout the year we organise various social events. We welcome any new members to the group in any capacity i.e. Acting, front of house, set construction or technical. If interested please contact: bobby.sheldrake2@tiscali.co.uk or Cynthia on 01437 532627 or pantmawr_jennings@hotmail.com