New members are always welcome and there is always a role in our group for you. As we are a community group, we get together to provide entertainment for the local community and surrounding areas. Our mission is to host productions which provide enjoyment to our audiences, whilst having fun ourselves. Taking on challenges and developing confidence in a safe, friendly and supportive environment. We have an adult group (ages 18 - we wouldn't like to say!) and a youth group (aged approx 8 years - 18 years).
Our youth leaders have current enhanced DBS certificates and are trained in Child Protection and Safeguarding as well as carrying a current First Aid certificate.
Everyone has skills and talents and when joining a community drama group like ours then there is always a job for everyone. From those wanting to tread the boards and be in the spotlight, to creative people who can sew, paint, and build scenery. Don't like taking centre stage, then maybe you would like to help out back stage making sure all props are to hand at the right time! Added to the mix we need technically minded people who are able to assist with aspects of sound and lighting, then at performances, we love to welcome our audiences with friendly, smiley front of house staff to meet and greet, sell tickets, programmes and raffle tickets.
Our joining requirements are simple. Pop along and chat with our members and if you like what you see then just complete a membership form and pay a £5 registration fee. (This is an annual payment due in April each year and means as a member of the group you are covered by our insurance and have the right to vote at meetings).
In this section you can access the group constitution as well as our current policies and membership form.
Membership Form April 2019 (pdf)Download
SBP Child Protection Policy April 2019 (pdf)Download
SBP Data Protection Policy April 2019 (pdf)Download
SBPlayers Equal Opportunities Policy April 2019 (pdf)Download
SBPlayers Health and Safety Policy April 2019 (pdf)Download
SBPlayers Constitution April 2019 (pdf)Download