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REVIEW: The Roses of Eyam, Nantwich Players

REVIEW: The Roses of Eyam, Nantwich Players

By Claire Faulkner
The Roses of Eyam by Don Taylor is the latest production from Nantwich Players Youth Theatre.

Directed by Michaela Warrilow, the production tells the tragic tale and heroic sacrifice of the Derbyshire Plague village.

March 24, 2022
Two Nantwich businesswoman launch Leading Ladies Club

Two Nantwich businesswoman launch Leading Ladies Club

Two successful Nantwich businesswomen Claire Smith and Emma Dechoux have launched a new group for women in business called Leading Ladies Club.

The club was launched yesterday (March 8) at Love Lane in Nantwich 7-9pm, on International Women’s Day.

March 9, 2022
Nantwich Players Theatre to open “Lovesong” production

Nantwich Players Theatre to open “Lovesong” production

Nantwich Players are about to open their new production Lovesong, by Abi Morgan.

It opens today (Friday February 4) and taking on the challenge of this play was pushing boundaries for any local amateur theatre company.

February 4, 2022
REVIEW: Female of the Species, Nantwich Players

REVIEW: Female of the Species, Nantwich Players

By Claire Faulkner
I’ve missed the theatre during the pandemic.

Like so many others, I’ve been waiting patiently for the doors to be opened once more at The Players Theatre on Love Lane.

July 22, 2021
Cheshire East Council offers 4 days of free car parking in Nantwich

Cheshire East Council offers 4 days of free car parking in Nantwich

Cheshire East Council has offered Nantwich residents and visitors four days of free car parking later this year.

However, the offer is unlikely to appease many who are angry at parking charges being re-introduced by the authority after suspension of charges during lockdown.

July 24, 2020
Police investigate alleged assault of 18-year-old in Nantwich car park

Police investigate alleged assault of 18-year-old in Nantwich car park

Police are investigating an alleged assault on an 18-year-old woman in a Nantwich car park.

The incident happened on Friday night (July 10) in the car park in Love Lane.

July 12, 2020
Pillory Street and Hospital Street also to close in Nantwich

Pillory Street and Hospital Street also to close in Nantwich

More road closures are planned in Nantwich town centre to enable shoppers and pedestrians to “socially distance” in safety.

Now we can reveal the whole one-way stretches of Pillory Street and Hospital Street will close to traffic from June 15.

June 6, 2020
Cheshire East “unable” to remove unauthorised travellers in Nantwich

Cheshire East “unable” to remove unauthorised travellers in Nantwich

Cheshire East Council admitted today they will not be able to move the latest unauthorised travellers encampment in Nantwich.

Travellers arrived on the Cheshire East-owned Love Lane car park yesterday evening (June 3).

June 4, 2020
Crewe Lyceum, Nantwich Players and Live comedy closed by Coronavirus

Crewe Lyceum, Nantwich Players and Live comedy closed by Coronavirus

Live shows at Nantwich Players and Crewe Lyceum have all been postponed amid the Coronavirus crisis.

Civic Comedy shows at Nantwich Civic Hall have also been postponed in April and May.

March 18, 2020
Nantwich Food Festival WILL go ahead after CEC car parks agreement

Nantwich Food Festival WILL go ahead after CEC car parks agreement

Nantwich Food Festival WILL go ahead as planned in 2020 after organisers reached agreement with Cheshire East Council over use of its car parks.

A cloud had been hanging over the festival after it emerged in December that Cheshire East had stalled on talks to use its key sites, Love Lane and Bowling Green car parks.

January 16, 2020
Cheshire East car parks decision threatens Nantwich Food Festival

Cheshire East car parks decision threatens Nantwich Food Festival

Cheshire East Council could decline the use of two major town centre car parks during next Nantwich Food Festival, councillors have been warned.

A three-year contract between the authority and festival committee for use of Love Lane and Bowling Green car parks during the three-day festival has now expired.

December 20, 2019
Nantwich Players have ‘Great Expectations’ for next production

Nantwich Players have ‘Great Expectations’ for next production

Neil Bartlett’s powerful adaptation of the Dickens’ classic “Great Expectations” is to be staged at Nantwich Players this December.

A chance meeting with a convict on Christmas Eve, a decaying house full of secrets and an orphan’s life transformed by an anonymous benefactor.

November 19, 2019
Review: The Ladykillers, by Nantwich Players

Review: The Ladykillers, by Nantwich Players

By Claire Faulkner
The Ladykillers, written by Graham Linehan and directed by Don Hirst, is the latest production from the Nantwich Players.

Based on the Ealing comedy film from 1955, the show tells the story of a sweet and eccentric little old lady who innocently rents her spare room to group of criminals planning a robbery.

July 6, 2019