"Jug", a comedy by Henry Livings; directed by Gill Kelly.
"Behind Every Successful Man" looking at Shakespeare's women. Bridgnorth Players joined forces with the Royal Shakespeare Company in their Open Stages project and took this production to six venues: Tasley, Morville, Quatt, Chelmarsh, Cleobury Mortimer and Eardington. Produced by Liz Fisher.
"Relative Values" by Noel Coward; directed by Geoffrey Speechly.
"Theatrical Winterval" with music performed by Whalebone. One piece, "Dinner for One" was performed by request at several events during 2011
"When we are Married" by J B Priestley; directed by Maureen Callon. The production won the drama award for the Wolverhampton and South Staffordshire District of the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA)
"Time of my Life" by Alan Ayckbourn; directed by Maureen Callon
Murder Mystery supper. "Who Killed the Director?" by Chris Martin; directed by Liz Herdson
2008 November and 2009 March
"Last Tango in Little Grimley" by David Tristram; directed by Liz Herdson and "Gosforth' Fete" by Alan Ayckbourn; directed by Maureen Callon