Welcome to St George’s Community Players in Morpeth!
For our next performance…the Players are on the road!
A group of St George` Community Player`s will soon be packing their props, goods and chattels and heading off to the village of Thropton, near Rothbury, for a one night performance of `A Meal to Die For` a murder mystery written by group member Eileen Clark. This is the third outing for Eileen`s play, first on home ground at St Georges Church, Morpeth then, by request at Hepscott
This performance at Thropton is in aid of the ASHRAY a U.K. charity supporting the reconciliation through education work in Israel. Archbishop Emeritus Elias Chacour`s multi faith schools provide enduring and a successful peace process in Israel. The schools have Christian, Jewish, Druze and Muslim pupils and staff. The recent opening of a Learning Room , known as The English Room, is open to the whole community and it is hoped that future funds will help provide some essential equipment.
Eileen has written many plays and sketches for the `Players` and is now working on another murder mystery. She hopes to bring it to the Morpeth audience next year and, possibly, if requested, further afield.