Enville Street Dramatic Society was founded in 1947 as the social arm of Enville Street Methodist Church in West Street, Stourbridge.
The first play, Forced Landing, was presented in 1948 and to date has presented over 130 plays –
Enville Street Dramatic Societies Next Performance is If You’re Glad I’ll be Frank and The Real Inspector Hound
Frank recognizes the voice of the GPO speaking clock as that of his long-lost wife. Determined to get her back, he forces his way into the inner sanctum of the Authorities to demand her release.
Moon and Birdboot, two drama critics, arrive to watch the performance of a new detective play, a parody of the conventional stage thriller. However the private lives of the critics become inextricably mixed with those of the play’s characters until Moon is shot dead and the real Inspector Hound proves to be … ?
If You’re Glad I’ll be Frank and The Real Inspector Hound
Show time 7.30pm to 9.45pm – doors open at 7.00pm
Tickets : Adults £10.00
Concessions £7.00 (Wednesday evening only)
Join Our Dramatic Society
We always welcome people wishing to join as ‘acting’ or ‘non acting’ members. Non acting includes:
- Set building, front of house and administration.
- The Society also has an active social side.
To find out the benefits of both kinds of memberships, or for details about becoming a member please contact us for more information
Enville Street Dramatic Society have been nominated by the National Operatic and Dramatic Association West Midlands Region 8 times since 2007 in the Best Play category and won in November 2007 for “Blithe Spirit” and in November 2013 for “Fawlty Towers”.