Members of the Abingdon Drama Club set off on their annual walk along the Thames Path from Abingdon to Oxford this morning.
The nine mile walk had breaks at Radley, Sandford Lock, and the Isis pub.
It was a chance to reminisce about some of the great productions.
Abingdon Drama Club was formed 75 years ago and their first production was London Wall at the Corn Exchange. Thankyou to the drama club for the pictures.
Tickets were 1/- each.
When the Unicorn Theatre was created in 1953, Abingdon Drama Club was asked to stage the first production and chose The Two Angry Women of Abingdon by Henry Porter.
Their most recent production in 2019 was ‘Allo ‘Allo! which was, by all accounts, “Tres Bien!!!”
And the next production is Amadeus by Peter Shaffer.
The drama club performed Equus in 2013 also by Peter Shaffer. A review said “…absolutely outstanding and probably the best performance of any play by an amateur group that we have ever seen. The quality of acting by all the cast was exceptional and certainly every bit as good as one would expect from a professional company.”