Reviews

Songs of the Stage & Screen NODA Review

Songs of the Stage & Screen NODA Review There was a packed theatre for this opening night of the Lindley

Beautiful Thing NODA Review

Beautiful Thing NODA Review Jonathon Harvey’s play ‘Beautiful Thing’ started its life in the West End. In 1993, I was

The Old Bull & Bush: NODA Review

The Old Bull & Bush: NODA Review Author: Gordon Harris Well the DFLs (Down from London) were certainly out in

See How They Run: NODA Review

See How They Run: NODA Review Author: Gordon Harris “See How They Run”: I can see where the title came

Snake in the Grass: NODA Review

Snake in the Grass: NODA Review Author: Gordon Harris Travelling to Whitstable (Lindley Players) is always a pleasure and I

Spelling Bee: NODA Review

Spelling Bee : NODA Review Author: Gordon Harris How can I fault Lindley Players' production of “25th Annual County Spelling

Folk: NODA Review

Folk: NODA Review Author: Gordon Harris Director: Mandy Hunt has pulled together an excellent team. Her direction clearly gave her

Merchant of Venice: NODA Review

Merchant of Venice: NODA Review Author: Gordon Harris I will not pretend I’m an aficionado of Shakespeare because I’m not.

A Tale of Two Cities: Sardines Review

A Tale of Two Cities: Sardines Review "Another fine piece of work from the Lindley Players" Original Article by Susan

Company: Sardines Review

Company: Sardines Review "Lindley Players certainly raised the bar with their production and is one of the finest musical productions

Pink Thunderbird – Sardines Review

Pink Thunderbird: Sardines Review "I think the Lindley Players go from strength to strength. They tackle a wide range of

The Beauty Queen of Leenane – Sardines Review

The Beauty Queen of Leenane - Sardines Review "The Lindley Players always achieve a high standard but this production is

The Addams Family The Musical – NODA Review

The Addams Family The Musical - NODA Review "Humour and farce set against the dark morbid backdrop of the family

The Glass Menagerie: Sardines Review

The Glass Menagerie: Sardines Review "The vibrant Lindley Players in action." Original Article by Susan Elkin, Sardines Review - Friday

Arden of Faversham: Sardines Review

Arden of Faversham: Sardines Review "The cast all gave outstanding performances." Original Article by Cheryl Barrett, Sardines Review - Saturday

Grand-Guignol: Canterbury Times Review

Grand-Guignol: Canterbury Times Review "The production was professional and solid with a strong cast." Original Article by Liz Crudgington, Canterbury

Oh, What A Lovely War!: Whitstable Times Review

Oh, What A Lovely War!: Whitstable Times Review "The Lindley Players did not disappoint..." Original Article by Scarlet Jones, Whitstable

Alan Davies Competition Winner

Alan Davies Competition Winner Win two tickets to see Alan Davies at the Playhouse! We are giving away two tickets

Competition Winner Announced

Cinderella: Whitstable Times Review "This year’s production ... harnessed that magic and unleashed it in a shower of glitter and

Dead Funny: Whitstable Times Review

Dead Funny: Whitstable Times Review "...A superb performance by the Players ... a funny play with a few dark suprises"

Beasts & Beauties: Canterbury Times Review

Beasts & Beauties: Canterbury Times Review "All the cast work at full steam to ignite your imagination." Original Article by

Macbeth: Gazette Review

Macbeth: Gazette Review "Lindley's take on Macbeth is a winner." Gazette Review.

Enjoy: Review

Macbeth: Review SCREW your courage to the sticking point and head for the Playhouse theatre this week for the Lindley

Enjoy: Review

Enjoy: Review FROM the first strands of what I think was Captain Sensible's 1982 smash Happy Talk interspersed with the

Enjoy: Sardines Review

Enjoy: Sardines Review An ENJOYable evening with The Lindley Players. Alan Bennett's play Enjoy first opened in 1980 and closed

Mother Goose: Review

Mother Goose: Review If you have never seen a goose dance Gangnam Style - and there can be few people

The Anniversary: Review

The Anniversary: Review IT IS not often that an amateur production leaves audiences totally gripped, but that was the case

Closer: Review

Closer: Review Whitstable Times Review 4th October 2012

Encore!: Review

Encore!: Review

Ladies Day: Review

Ladies Day: Review

David Copperfield: KDA Awards

David Copperfield: KDA Awards The Lindley Players' epic production of David Copperfield has been recognised at the annual KDA Festival

David Copperfield: KDA Nominations

David Copperfield: Review After a public adjudication by the Kent Drama Association, The Lindley Players' epic production of David Copperfield

David Copperfield: Review

David Copperfield: Review Fast-moving epic of Dickensian delights ANY play described by its director as an "epic" will probably be

Lady Chatterley’s Lover: Review

Lady Chatterley's Lover: Review Whitstable Times Review: 15th March 2012

Treasure Island: Review

Treasure Island: Review Whitstable Times Review: 2nd February 2012

The Importance of Being Earnest: Review

The Importance of Being Earnest: Review Whitstable Times Review: 1st December 2011

Proof: Review

Proof: Review Whitstable Times Review: 6th October 2011

Return to the Forbidden Planet: Review

Return to the Forbidden Planet: Review SAVING the crew of the US spaceship Albatross has to be worth putting on

Music Hall: Review 2011

Music Hall: Review LADIES and gentlemen, for your delectation, prepare to be delighted, surprised and maybe a little titillated by

Entertaining Mr Sloane: Review

Entertaining Mr Sloane: Review Whitstable Times Review: 9th June 2011

Female Transport: Review

Female Transport: Review Shock and awe theatre FIRST there were three men in a boat, which turned into a comic

Aladdin: Review

Aladdin: Review A lively take on pantomime Chris Coates as Widow Twankey and Darren Simpson as Abanazer in the Lindley

Neville’s Island: Review

Neville's Island: Review Foursome marooned on an island in a lake ONE way to make a splash in a play

Once A Catholic: Review

Once A Catholic: Review Comedy tells painful truth for Catholics Seduced: Sally White as Mary McGinty and William Dean as