If you would like to join the Village Players, your best option is to come to one of our events or productions and ask to speak to one of the committee members. You can see a list of all scheduled events on the right. Alternatively, feel free to contact us.

The Village Players are a friendly and informal group who have been entertaining themselves and others in the Lausanne area with amateur theatre, music, song and dance for the last 30 years. In addition to the wonderful public productions the group puts on each year, members have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of monthly events including play readings, poetry recitals, musical evenings and social events.

On March 20th, Chris Hemmens staged and directed his first ever one-act play “In the Middle of Nowhere” as a play-reading. A large audience watched an intriguing plot and beguiling characters showing us that things are not always as they seem.

On April 10th, an audience of over 50 people watched our rehearsed play-reading of Oscar Wilde’s “A Woman of No Importance” and enjoyed revisiting the lifestyle and antics of the British upper classes of days gone by, which included Wilde’s own personal take on life.

FORTHCOMING EVENTS at the CPO, Lausanne as of 8pm, doors open at 7.30pm

Don’t miss our SPRING PRODUCTION playing for 3 nights on May 15th, 16th, 17th:

“Conversations” written by John McKillop & directed by Jacqueline Caunt.

Click on the link on the right for more information.

June 26th: Annual General Meeting. 

Click on the link on the right for more information.

July and August: no clubnights during the summer holidays.






Committee positions to be filled:

Business Manager

If you would like to apply for one of these positions, please use the Contact Us menu above.