2021 September – Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads


Trinity Players bring you 6 monologues from Alan Bennett.  And we are travelling with this production for the final two performances at the Tankersley Village Hall.  Plays, Actors and Venues are listed below. Please note starting times – Trinity is 7:15pm and Tankersley is 7:30pm

  Play Title Actor Trinity Trinity Tankersley
1 Bed Among The Lentils Karen Slater Wed 15th 7:15pm Fri 17th 7:15pm Fri 24th 7:30pm
2 A Lady Of Letters Loz Dobson

Wed 15th 7:15pm

Fri 17th 7:15pm Fri 24th 7:30pm
3 Her Big Chance Alice Love Wed 15th 7:15pm Fri 17th 7:15pm Fri 24th 7:30pm
4 A Chip In The Sugar Peter Horner Thu 16th 7:15pm Sat 18th 7:15pm Sat 25th 7:30pm
5 Soldiering On Christine Mulrooney Thu 16th 7:15pm Sat 18th 7:15pm Sat 25th 7:30pm
6 A Cream Cracker Under The Settee Anne Prew Thu 16th 7:15pm Sat 18th 7:15pm Sat 25th 7:30pm


2021 October – Sod’s Law

Trinity Players bring you Sods Law by local playwrite, Will Templeton.  A comedy about the locals trying to save their local from closure.

And we are travelling with this production starting at the Tankersley Village Hall.  With a run at the usual Trinity Hall the following weekend.

Tankersley Dates – 14th, 15th and 16th October at 7:30pm
Trinity Hall Dates – 21st, 22nd and 23rd October at 7:15pm


2020 April – Farndale… Guild Macbeth POSTPONED!

We have had to postpone this production due to the Coronavirus outbreak

See full details here.

Keep checking back for details…

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society ladies mount yet another assault on the classics with a startlingly original production of Macbeth staged to get them to the Welwyn Garden City Drama Festival final. Under the confused & bemused eye of adjudicator George Peach, all events conspire hilariously against them.

Wednesday 22nd April to Saturday 25th April 2020

2020 January – Aladdin The Pantomime

The Trin’s 11th pantomime is on it’s way and this time directed by our very own Alice Love.  Book now to avoid disappointment.  Don’t forget that the rear three rows are now elevated offering a cracking view of the stage.

Fri 17th January (7pm), Sat 18th January (2pm & 6pm), Sun 19th January (2pm)

Fri  24th January (7pm), Sat 25th January (2pm and 6pm), Sun 26th January (2pm)

Click the poster to see the programme

2019 Oct – Murdered to Death

Wednesday 9th to 12th October 2019

The first in the ‘Inspector Pratt’ trilogy of spoofs of the Agatha Christie ‘whodunnit’ genre.

George Algernon Pratt – a brief biography.

The play introduces the inept and bungling Inspector Pratt, who battles against the odds and his own incompetence to solve the murder of the house’s owner. It soon becomes clear that the murderer isn’t finished yet; will the miscreant be unmasked before everyone else has met their doom or will the audience die laughing first?


2019 July – Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me

Edward, Adam & Michael – an Irishman, an American & an Englishman are held hostage together. The stresses and strains of their fight for survival produces humour which is at times hilarious, at times farcical and at times rather dark. National identities and prejudices are explored and we see into their imagination as they conjure up images and memories to amuse, comfort and, occasionally, disturb themselves and one another. As Edward says of the unseen captors “They think I am in their power. I am, the three of us are. They decide if we live or die. It’s up to them. But there is still one thing left up to me. Me alone. Have they, or have they not, made me less of a man…”

Tickets £8 (£6 concessions)
Dates 10th to 13th July 2019
Call 07510 967772


2019 April – Deathtrap


To make Sidney’s slump all the more painful, Clifford Anderson, a student of one of Sidney’s writing seminars, has recently sent his mentor a copy of his first attempt at playwrighting for Sidney’s review and advice. The play, “Deathtrap,” is a five character, two act thriller so perfect in its construction that, as Sidney says, “A gifted director couldn’t even hurt it.” Using his penchant for plot, and out of his desperate desire to once again be the toast of Broadway, Sidney, along with Myra, cook up an almost unthinkable scheme: Come along to find out more…..

Check out the trailer here….

Tickets £8 (£6 concessions)
Dates 10th to 13th April 2019
Call 07510 967772


2019 January – Scarlett and the Enchanted Forest

Remember Red Riding Hood?
Her Granny?
The wolf?
Let’s move on.
This is Scarlett!

Trinity’s annual panto. Come along. You won’t be disappointed. 


Tickets £8 (£6 concessions) – £22 family ticket
Dates 18th, 19th and 20th January 2019
25th, 26th and 27th January 2019
Call 07510 967772

Click here to download the printing pack

2018 October – Comfort and Joy

A Mike Harding classic, this Christmas themed play tells the tale of a family Christmas.  A great bawdy Northern comedy the audiences of Barnsley will love.


Tickets £8 (£6 concessions)
Dates 3rd to 6th October 2018
Call 07510 967772

Click here to download the printing pack

2018 July – Blood Brothers

Trinity Players bring you the play version of Blood Brothers.  From 4th to 7th July 2018.  A premier for the Trinity Players Barnsley.

2018 April – When We Are Married

JB Priestly at his finest!  When We Are Married – April 2018

A tribute to the late, great Bill Moss


Tickets £8 (£6 concessions)
Dates 18th, 19th, 20th, 21th April 2018
Call 07510 967772

2018 January – Cinderella The Pantomime

Cinders is BACK!  Grab your tickets.  They’re selling fast


Tickets £7 (£6 concessions) – £20 family ticket – 1st night 2 for 1
Dates 12th, 13th, 14th, 19th and 20th January 2018
Call 07510 967772

2017 October – It Runs In The Family

From Ray Cooney, Britain’s master farceur (Two Into One, Run For Your Wife, etc). Set in a hospital, “It Runs in the Family” contains the usual assortment of farcical nuts running in and out of doors mistaking everybody for someone else, as Dr. Mortimore tries to fend off a paternity suit, an ex-wife, a punkish son and various other lunatics so that he may, at last, deliver the Ponsonby Lecture in an international conference.

“My glasses steamed up with laughter…A must for the bruised in spirit and the young at heart.” – The Sunday Times, London

“Tickles the funny bones quite shamelessly.” – Sunday Express, London

“As in every good farce from Ben Travers to Joe Orton, the location becomes a madhouse filled with an epidemic of unbridled lunacy.” – London Financial Times


Tickets £7 (£6 concessions)
Dates 11th to 14th October 2017
Call 07510 967772

2017 June – Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

Lord Arthur Savile, employs Mr Septimus R. Podgers, a chiromantist, who reads his palm and tells him that his future is to be a murderer. Lord Arthur therefore concludes that he must commit a murder before he can marry.

As his murderous plan take form, there are twists and turns along the way which will leave you thoughtful as the play develops and concludes.

This is a truly enjoyable tale from one of Ireland’s greatest playwrights.

14th to 17th June 2017
Call 01226 200075


A clickable list of available programmes.  These can also be accessed from each show post by clicking the poster.  Additionally, there is a comprehensive list of plays, programmes, photos and press cuttings on the Chronology post


Programme 1910 Murdered to Death


Programme  1901 Scarlett and the Enchanted Forest

Programme_1810_Comfort and Joy


Programme_1804 When We Are Married