Our upcoming virtual performance will be a new piece of writing called Hughie Kapooey and the Really Orangey Thing, by long-time member Cat Lamin and starring a host of familiar Q2 faces.
As normal, we will be holding a live Zoom performance on the last Saturday of the month at 8pm – please drop us an email to get details and be added to the guest list.
As well as the Zoom performance, we are excited to announce that you can also watch a live-streamed performance directly from YouTube on Sunday 25th April at 8.30pm
For those who missed it, the fantastic Neighbourhood Watch, written by Karen Heyworth-Taylor, is now available to watch on YouTube.
What a barnstorming Zoom performance that was! For those who missed it, fear not – you can watch it here, in all its ridiculous glory! https://youtu.be/3gsEpiWkwdE
In order to take some of the weight off our poor website, we have decided in future to upload all of our videos to YouTube. All of our past and previous recordings can be found at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_01EAUftoI8pMNcWjvUcNA/
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Huge congratulations to the four very funny stars of Kin Ell, which had its world premiere last night! For those who missed it, you can catch up on the video below.
It is with cautious optimism that Q2 Players welcomes the governmental announcement that indoor performances are to resume.
We appreciate that this initiative will be a great relief to theatres large and small, professional and amateur, across the country. However, we cannot for the moment make any firm pronouncements regarding Q2 productions at The National Archives. While we would love to be able to resume there soon, with our long-awaited performance of Nell Gwynn, the safety of our actors, crew and audience has to be our top priority.
In the meantime we will be continuing a programme of monthly Zoom readings, which have so far been absolutely brilliant and given much joy to performers and audience alike. We may not be able to meet in person, but the spirit of Q2 is alive and well!
Everyone was completely blown away by the talent and inventiveness of both writers and performers at last night’s New Writing Variety Night. If you missed it, or we would like to see it again, the videos are here (first act and second act).
Congratulations to all involved in last night’s reading of The Right Medicine, especially the very talented writer and director, Ian Nethersell.
For those who couldn’t make it, please enjoy the video of this very funny and brilliantly acted play.