Performance workshop – ages 8 -13

What is it?

A spring performance workshop for junior (and new) members

When is it?

3rd – 6th April


Start at 10:00 am and finish at 12:30 pm

Who is it for?

Children between 8 and 13 years of age

How much does it cost?

£40 per child. If you are a non member then it is £42 per child

Where is it?

Reece Strawbridge Centre, Colyton

How do I register for the event?

Register by 25th March
Contact: Jackie Carr:
Telephone: 01297 552252



The date of our AGM is Thursday 23rd March at the Reece Strawbridge Centre for a 19:30 start. We look forward to seeing you there.

Colyton Theatre Group Fundraising Social Event

Fancy trying something new?  Colyton Theatre Group are hosting a Bollywood Night. Come along and learn a few Bollywood dance moves, or just come along have a drink and some nibbles, and join in the fun.

All ages and abilities are welcome, see below for more information.


Saturday 21st January


Reece Strawbridge Centre, Colyton


7:30 – 11.30 pm




Cinderella tickets are now AVAILABLE

Don’t miss out on Colyton Theatre Group’s fantastic production of Cinderella.


Wednesday 30th November – Saturday 3rd December


Colyton Town Hall


Wednesday – 7:30 pm
Thursday – 7:30pm
Friday – 6:30pm
Saturday – 7:30pm

Ticket prices

Adults – £9.00
Under 18s – £5.00

Ticket sale outlets

The Little Shop (Colyton) – 01297 551374
Archway Book Shop (Axminster) – 01297 33595
Frank Property (Seaton) – 01297 24022


Cinderella – Colyton Theatre Group’s 2016 Pantomime

Don’t miss out on our winter production – Cinderella. Written by Ben Crocker and Directed by our very own Emily Thomas.

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Entertaining Angels

Our summer production is ‘Entertaining Angels’ by Richard Everett and directed by Jeff Hutchinson.

Clergy wife Grace (award winning Tish Wells) has spent a lifetime on her best behaviour. Now following the death of her husband Bardolph (David Clarke), she is enjoying the new-found freedom to do and say exactly as she pleases. When her missionary sister Ruth (Sue Whitell) comes home to lend support, their old sisterly dynamics and rivalries soon come to the fore.

The dazzling cast: Tish, Sue, and Steph Letten (who worked together on ‘The Ladybirds’) are joined by veteran David Clarke and Debbie Trott, who is making a welcome return to the boards in Colyton.

‘Entertaining Angels’ deals with family secrets and lies and provides a comic mask for the serious issues of relationships, communication and compromise with astute, dry delivery.

A wonderful production not to be missed, so come and join us on the 13th – 16th July, at Colyton Town Hall.

Tickets are £9.00 each and are available at:

  • Little Shop – Colyton
  • Frank Property – Seaton
  • The Archway Bookshop – Axminster
  • On the door, each evening of the performance

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Colyton’s Got Talent


For one night only Colyton Theatre Group’s carnival show will be – Colyton’s Got Talent. If you have a talent you want to showcase – now is your chance. All you need to do is register an interest by 27th May – see details below.


Auditions will be held in Colyton Town Hall on Sunday 17th July. The show will take place on Monday 5th September at Colyton Town Hall.


If you have any questions email: Elaine Stratford

Colyton's Got Talent

All-England Theatre Festival

THE LADYBIRDS at Western Area Semi-Final at theMERLIN THEATRE, FROME on SATURDAY 7 MAY 2016

Best performance EVER! But up against very stiff competition we didn’t *quite* make it to the final but adjudicator’s comments were amazing and even in the announcement of the winner, Tish Wells’ performance was highlighted yet again. Well done Ladybirds! The perfect way to bow out. Emily

CTG Winners (again)

CTG Ladybird competion winner

Colyton Theatre Group in the All England quarter final of the One-Act Play Festival

CTG Ladybird PicDear Friends

Thank you for all the enthusiastic messages of congratulation following the success of The Ladybirds and Sailors Beware.

We now have details of the quarter final of the All England Festival, also to be staged at the Blackmore Theatre, Exmouth.

The Ladybirds is on first in the evening followed by a group from Bovey Tracey who will be performing Departure by Stephen Smith, a comedy with deeper tones based on the author’s experience of being stuck in an airport lounge, this explores reactions by optimistic and pessimistic families. The other groups involved are St. Austell Players (play title not known) and Stage by Stage youth group, Exmouth with The Perils of Pauline, who take part in the afternoon performance.

Obviously, we would be thrilled to have some support in the audience for our next round. If you can clear the space in your diary…
Box Office number is 07905 761485, Theatre number is 01395 27668.

Sue Whitell (Secretary, aka Babs in Ladybirds)