Torrington Players,

masquerading as 

Torrington Amatuer Radio Theatre 


 Sherlock Holmes and the Repulsive Affair of the Red Leech

By Bob Bishop

It is 1896 and the citizens of London are gripped by fear when a number of bodies are recovered from the Thames.  Ordinarily this would not cause alarm but each of the bodies has been drained of blood.  

Baffled, Scotland Yard turns to the only person who can solve the mystery.

Sherlock Holmes


Atherington Village Hall: 28th January:  7.00 for 7.30pm  Tickets £8 available from Nona on 07900902138 refreshments available but bring your own alcohol, if you wish.

Plough Arts Centre:  2nd February:  7.30pm Tickets £10 from The Plough Arts Centre 

Little Torrington Village Hall:  4th February:  8.00pm Tickets £8 (to include a complimentary drink with more available to buy). Tickets available on the door or or from Peter and Jen 01805 622433

Beaford Village Hall : 18th February  8.00pm.  Tickets £10, including a drink and a pasty.  Tickets available from The Globe Inn, Beaford  01805 603920

Dolton Village Hall : 26th February 8.00pm.  Tickets available from Dolton Village Shop.  Enquiries - Stacey:01805 804784 and Jan: 01805 804108






















 Help! We urgently need to find more people to work behind the scenes on Torrington Players’ productions. The small group of members currently trying to organise everything that isn’t acting, is in danger of buckling under the pressure and without enough people off the stage as well as on, putting on productions is extremely difficult.

Do you know anyone who would like to get involved with anything from stage management, to publicity, to set-building and design or any of the other roles that go into putting on a production? If so, please email us - we would love to hear from you!!  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



 Torrington Players Floral Display

On the 4th - 6th May 2017, in St. Michael's Church Torrington, displays of Torrington groups and business', were on display.  There was a display which represented the Torrington Players, using the past production of 'The Miracle Worker,' as its stimulus. 

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