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It's been a while but very soon Soberton Players will once again take to the stage with our production of 'Ladies Down Under'.
Tickets are on sale now and selling fast so please don't miss out - we've missed you! Amanda Whittington’s Ladies Down Under is a sequel to her hit play, Ladies’ Day which we bought you in 2017. It follows the fortunes of Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda as they head to Australia.
Having won an absolute fortune at the races last time round in Ladies’ Day, the girls from Hull head off to Australia on the trip of a lifetime. But it’s not all fun Down Under. Jan is terrified that boyfriend, Joe (who left England for a new life at the beginning of Ladies’ Day) may have lost interest in her while he’s been abroad. Linda is struggling with the burden her new fortune has brought her. Shelley has frittered away her share on designer clothes and partying, but soon discovers she has very little to show for it. Meanwhile, Pearl is going through a life-changing event herself. The women each discover something about themselves as their bond deepens and they discover that money can’t buy you love, or happiness.
Ladies Down Under                                                                                                    Thursday 18th to Saturday 20th November, 7.30pm

Welcome to the Soberton Players

Soberton Players has been producing first class productions in the Meon Valley villages of Soberton and Newtown for more than 20 years. We stage two main productions a year in Soberton Village Hall: a comedy in March or April, and a pantomime or musical show at the end of November - as well as getting involved in local festivals and fund-raising events.

Our ages range from 9 to 90 and we are always keen to welcome new members to our group, not just to act, but to help with the many other back-stage and front of house jobs required to keep the show on the road!

Made In Dagenham - The Musical promo from Bright Spark on Vimeo.


Made in Dagenham auditions

10 May 2019

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'Allo 'Allo fund-raising success

29 August 2018

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My Fair Lady - A review

5 December 2017

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