St Stephen's Drama Group

Drama by the community for the community

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Raising money for the kids!

January 2020

During this pantomime, we will be raising funds for our local ‘Off The Record’ group who are a mental health movement mobilised to support, promote and defend the mental health, rights and social position of the young!

They provide free, confidential and self-referral information and support to

young people aged 11-25 in Bristol and South Glos.  

For more information, go to their website.

SANDS Charity fundraising

June 2018

Sands works to support anyone affected by the death of a baby; improve the care bereaved parents receive; and create a world where fewer babies die. With your help, the Summer 2018 show ‘Murder at Crimson House’ managed to raise an amazing £144 for this worthy cause.

Royal Legion Somerset House

February 2018

Thank you to all our wonderful supporters who donated during our Little Boy Blue production. You helped us raise over £100 for the Royal Legion House in Weston-super-Mare in honour of our dear friend, Jim Ware, who sadly passed away in 2017 after a long illness. You will forever be missed.

Grease is the word…

September 2017

What a fantastic ‘Grease’ themed night the group had to set the tone for the new 

season! With our usual flair for understated, we couldn’t just watch the film. 

Oh, no! we HAD to get together and turn it into a fancy dress party. 

That’s just the way we roll.

Santas on the run

December 2016

Hundreds of Santas take part in this festive fun run around the  centre of 

Bristol and this year, we were amongst the ones to take to the streets 

dressed as Santa in this gloriously colourful festive 2k run in aid of the 

Children’s Hospice South West.

St Stephen’s Church Quiz Night

October 2016

The Annual church Quiz Night has been held and it was wonderful. Everyone 

thoroughly enjoyed themselves and the drama group even came away with a prize for 

the photo competition.

Backstage tour of the Bristol Hippodrome 

September 2016

Our latest excursion took us to the very bowels of an iconic Bristol landmark. The theatre was designed by Frank Matcham for Oswald Stoll, and opened on 16 December 1912. 

We saw the hard work behind those magical shows and learnt so much.

Don’t be shy! Get in touch!

New members are always given a warm welcome if you are interested please drop us a line on the contact page.



As you can imagine, life in the group can sometimes be quite manic with things going on on a very regular basis. If you would like to find out what we’re doing or just keep in touch, then follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

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