Dead Man’s Hand

Our next performance will be Dead Man’s Hand a whodunnit by Seymour Matthews which was the production we had to postpone in April 2020.

We will be performing it in Llangoed Village Hall, not our usual venue, but one which we have enjoyed using several times over the past twenty years. See directions below

Performances will be at 19:30 on Thursday 17th, Friday 18th and Saturday 19th March 2022, doors opening at 19:00.

Tickets at £10.00 per seat will be available from Wednesday 16th February at Tinkers & Belles and the Bull Hotel, Beaumaris


Llangoed Village Hall, postcode: LL58 8NN

Tales from the Firebreak

Castle Player’s performance is repeat of our series of sketches, all of which have been written by our members, which we will be Zooming again on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th December.

The performances are free but as we have a limited number of attendees on our Zoom plan you will need to get a ticket from our website, click on the Tickets tab and follow the instructions.

On both days performances will start at 20:00 and you will be able to log onto the event from 19:30.

The programmes are:

Please note due to Technical difficulties tickets are no longer available for the Monday production. Tickets already obtained will still work.

Sunday 6th DecemberMonday 7th December
Zoom on a Broom
Shakespeare tries to get his plays on the Disney Channel
Drinking with Alice
A New Star
The Tragical History of Mark Drakeford and King Boris
Meet me at the Station
Conspiracy No 5
The Gentleman’s Club
Reserve your placeReserve your place

For more details about each piece please click on the link below:


For those invited by email, here are the joining instructions for the broadcast.

As an experiment during the pandemic lockdown Castle Players are presenting “Where Have All the Boys Gone” by “Kevin Barnett” as an online “play for voices”

We will be trialling this, by invitation only for Castle Players members, on Sunday 31st May. If this works as we anticipate, fingers crossed, we will repeat it on the next Sunday June 7th for the public at large, tickets available from 1st June.

Both performances will commence at 19:30, with login from 19:00, and will last approximately 60 minutes.

“Where Have All the Boys Gone” by “Kevin Barnett” is set at the time of the First World War. The play examines the manipulation of society by the ruling class in support of the war, notable via the White Feather movement and the costs paid by the many for what they had hoped might be a “Land fit for Heroes”.  Kevin is new member of Castle Players, who has played numerous roles on stage and written short stories, plays and performance poetry. 

We will be performing it “Live” on-line using Zoom Conferencing. Both productions are free and you are cordially welcome to join us.

Full details of how you can login on the appropriate night are on our News pages, one for Members (MEMBERS LOGIN 31st MAY PERFORMANCE) and another for Non Members (PUBLIC LOGIN 7th JUNE MAY PERFORMANCE) The pages also give information on joining us using the Zoom app.

Next Production 2020 – Dead Man’s Hand

Our next production will be the whodunit “Dead Man’s Hand by Seymour Mathews” in Beaumaris Town Hall on 2nd, 3rd & 4th April.

There will be a reading of the play at 7:30pm on Tuesday 21st January in the Castle Court Beaumaris.

This is open to members and non members, you can read parts or just listen if you prefer.

Auditions for parts will be held at 7:00pm on Thursday 23rd January in Beaumaris Town Hall.

Again this is open to members and non members. If you are interested in a non acting role please come along and let us know how you would like to become involved.