Trinity Players was founded at Holy Trinity Church Stratford-upon-Avon in 2007 to offer drama as part of worship as well as for entertainment. We have a vision for a church which those who love drama, music and the spoken word may see as their spiritual home.
The varied talents of a large and active Congregation, are encouraged and Players include actors, readers, singers, musicians, dancers and costume makers of all ages.
As well as readings in church services and retirement homes, in 2014 we performed, ‘Unhand Me Squire’ at the RSC Courtyard; celebrated Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday with ‘Coffee, Cake and Sonnets’ (featured on TV and in the National Press) and then with ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, taking scenes to Sister City, Stratford, Connecticut. Original writing included a radio play, ‘Tales from the 100 Aker Wood’ and ‘October 2014’ commemorating the Great War.
Profits are donated to Holy Trinity enabling us to replace pew end Bibles this year.
Find out more about the Trinity Players by contacting: Ursula Russell, Tel: 01789204923, firstname.lastname@example.org