Heath Players at Boxhill



The Heath Players are a small amateur dramatic society based at the village of Box Hill, near Dorking in Surrey.


Past productions have included classics by Shakespeare, Coward and Shaw, as well as works by contemporary playwrights, pantomime and competitive pieces. The high point in the society's history was undoubtedly in 1987, when it won the British Festival of One Act Plays with a production of Act 2 of "Private Lives" by Noel Coward. It also had some success a couple of years later with "King Herod", an updated version of a mediaeval miracle play, which reached the third round of the Festival.

In more recent years, the group has entered plays for the Leatherhead Drama Festival, with both Act 3 of "Plaza Suite" by Neil Simon and "A Respectable Funeral" by Jimmy Chinn winning acclaim. Currently, theatre suppers are very popular with our local audience.


The Heath Players meet most Tuesdays at 8pm in the Boxhill Village Hall, and the Company is always delighted to welcome new members.




For details of what some other

local dramatic societies in our

area are planning, see the

 What's On page.


Our Next Production

Part of the set for "Quartet" (2008)


Website last updated 16 October 2017