17 April 2024
Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint

Free and open to all

enquiries@hurstplayers.org.uk for any queries in advance.

Come and join us for a drink and a chat and see how you can be part of the fun. Learn about all the backstage and behind-the-scenes elements of a production: set design, construction, decor, sound, lights, wardrobe, front-of-house, box-office, and the bar.
We warmly welcome your ideas and skills to continue and enhance the on-going life of our village theatre.


19 April 2024
Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint
7.30pm - 9.30pm

You're invited to a drinks reception and fundraiser talk from Hurstpierpoint's Josh Braid, about his recent expedition to Antarctica, where he scaled Mount Vinson - standing at 4892m and skied to the South Pole whilst pulling a pulk with a rocking horse on!

You can reserve a place online.

General enquiries to Josh on 07793 082342 or josh.braid@knightfrank.com

Raising funds for Kidscape and Rocking Horse charities - DONATE HERE


2 - 6 July 2024
Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint
7.30pm (bar open from 7.00pm)

Daisy Meredith, the new girl, is the first scholarship student to attend the Grangewood School for Girls. The privileged students are determined to make Daisy look bad in the eyes of the administration. The administration has its own problems, financial ones. Daisy wins over her chums and saves the school when she cracks a secret code, finds a treasure and saves the life of her chief nemesis all on the same night!

Tickets can be booked online, or in person during our Saturday morning box office hours 10.00am - 12.00pm, in the month leading up to the play.

Daisy Pulls It Off is a spiffing yarn that is both funny and charming! Set in the 1920s, it is a parody of life at a girls' boarding school with a clear message to us all to be more accepting of others.
Written by Denise Deegan. Our production is directed by Ian Amos.


16 - 21 September 2024
Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint
7.30pm (bar open from 7.00pm)

Tickets will be on sale through the Hurst Festival box offce later in the year.

Andre, a persecuted man, refuses to tolerate his circumstances any longer. His favourite watch is stolen by an unnecessary "helper," while his scheming daughter Anne tries to take away his beloved flat. His other daughter, Elise, never visits, and Anne's partner Pierre threatens violence if Andre doesn't cooperate. Strangers claim his flat is no longer his, and Andre, though aged, remains determined to assert his authority. However, his faculties may be fading as he experiences dementia, showcasing the harsh reality of physical and mental decline.

This is a darkly humorous and poignant tragic-comic mystery, offering an unsentimental and emotionally intense portrayal of dementia's impact.

Le Père is an award-winning play by the French playwright Florian Zeller that premiered in 2012 in Paris.
Our production, a translation by Christopher Hampton, is directed by Bob Sampson.

National Theatre Live

Tickets from £10
Produced by the Hurstpierpoint Players in conjunction with Hurst Village Cinema.

Check the cinema's website for details of upcoming screenings

National Theatre Live brings the best of British theatre to cinema screens all over the UK and beyond. With state-of-the-art filming techniques, tailored to every play, you see the performance as it happens, in all its glory. From close-ups that capture every flicker of emotion, to sweeping wide shots of the stage.

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