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The Hampstead Players soldier on with latest summer production

10:59 08 July 2014

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All's Well That Ends Well rehearsal by the Hampstead Players at Hampstead Parish Church. Pictured (back row) Jane Mayfield, Jon Waters, Nicholas Holzapfel and Barney Lyons, (front) Margaret Pritchard Houston, Adrian Hughes and Cristina Bancora. Picture: Nigel Sutton

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A long-running amateur dramatics troupe are soldiering on as they prepare for opening night with their latest Shakespeare production.

The Hampstead Players, who first formed in 1976, launch their annual summer show tonight at Hampstead Parish Church in Church Row, Hampstead.

Having performed As You Like It in 2013, the troupe have this year turned to another of the Bard’s works, All’s Well That Ends Well.

There are four performances at 7.30pm – tonight, Thursday, Friday and Sunday – with a further 2.30pm performance on Sunday.

Visit hampsteadplayers.org.uk for more information and tickets.

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