The Victory Players: Balcombe’s Community Theatre

Home grown theatre, made in Balcombe

We are a local drama group, formed in 2004 after a community based production of “Oh! What A Lovely War” at the Victory Hall.

Victory Players’ members share a passion for creating theatre, and we come together when we can to produce plays, musicals, and less-traditional events — for the Balcombe community. We’d love to welcome new members.

With some outstanding talent, creative teams and dedicated people, we’ve been able to perform some truly varied productions, including major musical theatre like “My Fair Lady”, serious drama such as “A Man For All Seasons”, and popular comedies “Noises Off” and “The Importance of Being Earnest.”

The Victory Players also pop up with what we call ‘Small Victories’ such as our Murder Mystery dinner nights, and we have provided entertainment for social events and village celebrations such as the Queen’s Jubilee, and a Where’s Wally event at the last Village Fete.

Our most recent production was a Wine Tasting Quiz in November 2019, hosted by Charles Metcalfe, featuring a cast of dubious characters. Now we’re finally coming out of lockdown and preparing something for the Village Fete in July, with a Pirate theme.

Please contact Chairs Jane Horrell or Helen Savage-Butcher to find out more.