The Vicar of Dibley – Box Office is open. No no no no yes it is!

This July, The Chameleons return with our first stage play in three years. No no no no no no …yes we do! What better way to entertain you all than with the hilarious stage adaption of the hugely successful TV series, The Vicar of Dibley. 

This play by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter has been adapted from the original TV series by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer. We will be performing with kind permission of Tiger Aspect Productions.

The script  brings together all the popular and loveable characters from the series that ran for 20 episodes (plus 7 charity specials and 4 lockdown episodes).

Dibley’s Parish council, bullishly led by David Horton (Stuart Everett), are less than impressed by the arrival of their first female Vicar Geraldine Granger (Rachel Spolander). Join us at St Erconwalds Church Hall between the 8th and 10thJuly to see if she can win them over with the help of her “super-keen” Verger, Alice Tinker (Catherine Waters).

If you loved the show you’ll not be disappointed by this production with some the great moments. Laugh along as Alice and Hugo (Robert Spolander) grapple with their blossoming relationship, Owen Newitt (Kevin Palmer) with his Cows, Frank Pickle with his minutes and Letitia Cropley (Janet Davis) with some very unusual recipes. Oh, and as for Jim Trotter (Ben Parker), he’ll be there, dithering away throughout.

As always, you’ll receive a warm welcome at St Erconwalds with a Licensed Bar and on site parking. We’ve two evening performances at 7.45pm) Friday 8th & Saturday 9th) with a matinee at 2.30pm on Sunday 10th July. As always, we’ll be sure to respect and follow the very latest government guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable return the theatre we know and love. For more information, visit our showpage.

Tickets available now!

Tickets are available via ticketsource using the form below. For any problems, please contact our friendly box office on 020 8123 6443, or via email at boxoffice@thechameleons.co.uk

The Importance of Being Earnest – ‘Radio’ Version

The Chameleons are proud to present another of their well received ‘radio’ adaptations, the Oscar Wilde Classic “The Importance of Being Earnest”

As previously this will be presented LIVE on Zoom but the twist this time is that the performers will all be in the same room, around the same microphone with live sound effects. (You may even get a sneaky look behind the scenes!)

We are not charging to listen but would appreciate any donations that you may care to make.

.DATE – Saturday 5th March 2022
ZOOM ID – 899 1737 5778Join Zoom Meeting

If you cannot make the event we plan to put the show on YouTube shortly after, so you can listen at your leisure.

Sleeping Beauty 2021 has awoken…

Wakey Wakey! Alright, so it’s It’s not quite been a 100 years but this Christmas, it’s definitely time to rise and shine with your favourite drama group here to entertain you once again.

After some tough times for so many, from the 18th to 19th December, The Chameleons invite you back into the magical world of pantomime with a brand new production of Sleeping Beauty. For a couple of hours, switch those phones to silent, pull up a chair and drift away to the land of make believe. Let’s face it, you’ve earned it haven’t you?

It’s time to boo, hiss, clap and cheer once more as Fairy Sugarplum and Prince Ivy do battle against the evil Fairy Malcontent to save the Princess! Who has the strongest magic? Will good triumph over evil? Will this once upon a time story finish with a happily ever after? Join us at Bushey and Oxhey Methodist Church Hall (Shows Saturday 2pm and 6pm/ Sunday 2pm) to find out!

To find out more about the show, and to book tickets, click here.