Pride and Prejudice is now available from the CKCP website
Pride and Prejudice is now available here https://youtu.be/WHsFNEoLw1k
Pride and Prejudice is also available to download as an audio file for offline use: Here
Charlton Kings Community Players have now released their new audio production of Mrs Steele McKaye’s stage version of Pride and Prejudice. Available to listen to via YouTube or to download to your own device.
Recorded using the zoom platform and processed by our Technical Director, Peter Ryan, and accompanied by music composed and performed by Keith Mead, the play has all your favourite characters from Jane Austen’s novel. The play is available to read as a download from the Project Gutenberg website (www.gutenberg.org), the free e-books website.
We hope you enjoy the play!
Since April groups of people have met using the video conferencing tool Zoom for play readings. We’ve enjoyed an amazing range of plays from Shakespeare, to traditional pantomime, and in August an adaption written in 1906 of Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ was an opportunity for individuals to try their hand at various character parts.
Recent ones are available from this web site and our latest was in April this year which brings you up to date with our recent productions.
Resuming ‘live’ performance
We will be looking at how best to put on our first ‘live’ production since the restrictions using our usual local venues.
We send our best wishes to our members and supporters. Please keep safe and well.