Welcome to the home page of Fylde Coast Players, rarely amateur, always dramatic. The award winning group is based in Lytham St Annes near Blackpool in Lancashire.
This site will tell you about our productions (past current, and future), how and where to see us (usually Lowther Pavilion), how to contact us and a members area.
Our October Play is
Alan Ayckbourn's classic comedy explores what happens when a planned 'dirty weekend' goes wrong. Instead of cosying up to Annie in East Grinstead Norman finds himself at the mercy of her family and matters are not improved when his wife turns up. Norman, a charming compulsive philanderer, just wants everyone to be happy – but can he survive the traumatic weekend!
Playing at the Lowther Pavilion, October 16-19. To find out more follow THIS LINK
You have just missed our June 2019 Play
A comedy by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall, directed by Paul Lomax who also directed Are You Being Served? and Hi de Hi
Award winning Fylde Coast Players presents Celebration by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall, a joyous comedy set in a northern town in the early 1960's
It's a 'slice of life' comedy dealing with the two most important days in our lives - The Wedding and The Funeral. We fist meet the Lucas's and the Fullers in a room above The Cricketers Arms as they set up for the wedding of Bernard and Christine. The bride's family are busy with preparations for the big day while the grooms family are nowhere to be seen. The late arrival of Bernard's hypochondriac mother and snooty aunt only make matters worse!
The second half of the play is set at the family home 6 months later after the funeral of a much loved uncle. It's strictly a family only occasion so the arrival of Arthur's 'lady friend' May doesn't go down well at all.
The audience will certainly recognise the well drawn characters we are introduced to and the hilarity and tensions as they all come together for the two very different Celebrations.
To find out more about CELEBRATION follow this link