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Playwright visits Players

Maureen, Linda, Les, Derek Webb, Michelle (director),            Heather, Rob, Andy (chair) Liz, Amy, Sally and Kaye.


"I thoroughly enjoyed it on Thursday, well done everyone!" - Stephen

"it was amazing, Laughed so much. well done to you all. you were all truly amazing." - Rachel

"fantastic show," - Penny

"brilliant performance with lots of laughter, well done everyone," - Lillian

Derek Webb, author of "Agatha Crusty and the Health Spa Murders" travelled all the way from Pembrokeshire to watch the opening night of his hilarious play.

Founder member ,Linda Smith played the Crime novelist Agatha Crusty (pronounced ‘croosty’) on her relaxing trip to a health spa.  She books into the Spa owned by Andy Eden, Andy Johnson, There she meets the other participants of the health spa weekend: members of the Zara Fernandez fashion house sales team (Sally Sisson, Heather Craddock, Amy Tyrrell, Liz Haigh, Maureen Quittenton}  She also meets two members of the Seventh Heaven team: Abigail, {Kaye Leadbetter} the therapist and Dmitri Popov (Rob Marvin), a Russian therapist specialising in Venik massage. Each persons story unfolds with hilarious effect as they each eperience the spa treatments, especially when Dimitris little birch twig comes into full effect.

Things go well  until one of the group is found drowned, presumed murdered, in the Moor Mud Bath. 

Enter Detective Inspector Simon Aster (Les Lawrence) – a DI , whos more clueless than Clouseeau.

When other murders follow, Agatha decides to take matters into her own hands, investigating among other things the significance of the apple tree in the health spa’s ‘Garden of Eden’. the play was well recieved by the audiences.

It was an honour to have Derek as a guest, who happily stayed behind after the performance to chat to the cast and have photos. Derek is a professional playwright, screenwriter, poet and author.

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CONGRATULATIONS to Lisa Merry, Brenda Frost, Emma Marvin and Lynn Bradley who won the best costume category at the annual Pantomime Alliance of Leicestershire (PAL) awards.

The ceremony was held at St Andrews Parish Hall, Aylestone on March 16th 2024 where we also received nominations for Kaye Leadbetter for best supporting female for her portrayal of Daphne Carter-Brown the man hungry member of the WI and Hayden Hoare for  best young performer (over 12) for his portrayal of Bloodboiler the pirate. we are so proud of you all!

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It's a golden Treasure Island panto!

A review by Tony Parratt for the Hinckley Times.

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A treasure trove of talented youngsters ensured that the latest Trinity Players pantomime was yet another rip-roaring success.

This was a truly age defying night. Where many of the leading parts were taken by performers young in years but showing a stage maturity way beyond them.

And this seemed to spur on some of the senior 'Players' to up their game too, as they performed a golden 'Treasure Island'.

Kayleigh Long as Jim Hawkins and Lucie Sharman-Wells as Jenny Trelawney were at the top of their game, as they led the hunt for the map and buried treasure located on a faraway island.

While Wayne Roberts as blowsy Mum Hawkins had the audience constantly chuckling and eating out of his hand, with sly innuendos and saucy glances.

An authoritive Squire Trelawney came to life in the form of Sally Whiston, while Linda Smith was a menacing Long John Silver and certainly earned her share of boos.

Every traditional panto must have a funny twosome and the pairing of Matthew Smith as Seadog Sam and Amy Tyrrell as Seaweed Willy was pure comedy gold.

Adding to the convincing performances were first rate sound, lighting and scenery, ensuring we were continually swept along with the action.

Many of the supporting roles were taken admirably by junior members displaying fine acting, dancing and singing skills, while old stager Peter Bradley managed a fine cameo role as Ben Gunn, ensuring he shared the stage with two of his grandchildren.

Truly a show for the family both on and off stage.






Members of the group having fun whilst fund raising at the Hinckley light switch on. Many thanks go to the people who donated lots of lovely prizes for our Tombola stall with special thanks to Asda and Morrisons in Hinckley for their generous donations. heartfelt thanks also to members of the group and their families who gave up their time on the night to help out. Huge thanks also go to the lovely people of Hinckley who came out on the night and had a go, we sold out and raised the magnificent total of £538.31p.






The ship shaped soapbox officially sponsored by Trinity Players was the second fastest in the junior class at this years Hinckley soap box derby held on July 9th 2023. The winning team comprised of Jay Levene, Bruce Grant  and Sefton Winslade taking it in turns with driving and providing the muscle for the push starts, With Peter Bradley as chief mechanic and cheerleader.

  The team first enterered the event 9 years ago in 2014 with push and pray " a coffin shaped soapbox" built by Peter Bradley, Scott Cufflin and Darren Bradley. The soap box has seen many changes both mechanical and cosmetic over the last few years, most notably the steering wheel which really helped things move in the right direction.,it also has had a revamp this year with a genies lamp as the body shape,

The Trinity Soapbox has seen its fair share of successes over the years including: Joe Hicks, scott Cufflin, Aiden hicks, Luke catt and Luke Winslade all braving the driving seat.



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