Welcome to the home page of the Kings Langley Players. If you’re a lover of theatre or just a great night out, you have come to the right place.
What we do –
Drama, Comedy, Period, Contemporary, Pantomime, Music Hall.
If it’s THEATRE we perform it!
We’re a fun, friendly group who have been performing in Kings Langley (& other venues) since 1925.
This playful stage adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s celebrated novel follows Dorothy as she travels over the rainbow to the land of Oz, meeting your favourite characters from the film, plus a few more! Join us this December on our adventures in Oz where you will experience all the magic and fantasy of the film, complete with all the songs you know and love.
Our 2021 - 2022 season
The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum 8-11 December 2021
Diary of a Nobody by George & Weedon Grossmith 10-12 March 2022
Mindgame by Anthony Horowitz 19-21 May 2022
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche by Evan Linder, Andrew Hobgood 15-17 September 2022
We’re excited to announce that the box office is now open for you to book your tickets for our exciting musical production of The Wizard of Oz this December! In a change to our usual format, we are putting on our winter show before Christmas this year, so you can really get into the festive spirit and enjoy a fun family show, with all the sparkle of the famous film.…
We are very excited to announce that on Saturday 11th September we will be making our first public appearance post-covid with our annual Jumble Sale. Doors will open at 2pm at Kings Langley Community Centre, and entrance will be 50p. There will be the usual range of clothing, toys, bric-a-brac and maybe a cup of tea and a slice of cake. Plus we will have a vintage rail, including a…
Some quotes from our audiences and supporters:
“This is our 5th panto with you and we always look forward to the next.”
“Fantastic show and a great bunch of people”
“Saw the Kings Langley players a good few years back do Allo Allo, and also The Vicar of Dibley. Both shows were just flawless and very funny. Really is a great theatre group and would like to watch many more plays”