St Paul’s Players has been in existence for over 100 hundred years, and originally performed the annual pantomime and plays in the School hall of St Paul’s Church of England School. In 1973 they moved into what is now known as the Adlington Community Centre, which for every production is converted into a theatre with raised seating.
St Paul’s Players provide a variety of entertainment to suit all tastes, regularly producing a pantomime, a musical and a play each year. As well as the regular slots throughout the year, they are involved in helping to raise funds for the Church, holding Social Events including Murder Mystery Evenings, musical evenings and joining in events throughout the village.
Up until 2010 rehearsals were held every Tuesday and Thursday evenings in St Paul’s Infant School Hall.
Now We rehearse Monday and Wednesday at Adlington Community Centre and productions are performed in the Adlington Community Centre in March, September and December/January.