In January 2018, Lambeg Players will perform another spectacular panto called Sinbad.

Like last year’s sell out Babes in the Wood, this show will have all the hilarious elements you have come to expect from a Lambeg Panto.

Tickets go on sale in October. Book early.


This season we are reviving one of our old favourites WIDOW’S PARADISE which is the hilarious play set in a caravan.

We start in Belvoir in May 26th and 27th.

We will do our normal slot in Portrush Summer Theatre at end of August and hope to also do Ballyearl.

Our Panto in January 2017 was a huge success.
Our traditional exit “orange bucket” collections on the Friday and Saturday night raised £1300 which we divided between our two chosen charities the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice and Alzheimer’s Society.

On Thursday 15th December, Lambeg Players sang carols in Bow Street mall in Lisburn and raised £235 in 90 minutes. The proceeds go to local charity Stepping Stones.

Stepping Stones is an award winning charitable organisation providing a range of services and social enterprises that support people with learning disabilities and learning difficulties to realise their full potential for a better future.

For January 2017 at Lisburn’s Lagan Valley Island Hall theatre, Lambeg Players will be presenting BABES IN THE WOOD.

This will be a hilarious panto following hot on the heels of Jan 2016’s major hit Jack and the Beanstalk which played to full houses and raised several thousand for local charities.

Babes in the Wood features Robin Hood and his Merry Men, Maid Marion, the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and of course the two delightful Babes.

Don’t miss it and remember to book early to get the best seats.

Long time fan of Lambeg Players James Currie went to our show and reviewed it on his blog.

Read it at this link.


Lambeg has been making its mark in BT9 with this article promoting our Jack and the Beanstalk panto in January.

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Our esteemed President Clifford Boyd OBE passed away on 7th July 2015. He was in his 93rd year.

Clifford started Lambeg Players in Harmony Hill Presbyterian Church in 1966. Over the years he produced many plays and pantomimes and latterly served as President of the Drama Club chairing committee meetings and AGMs for many years. He was Chief Scout and was awarded the OBE for services to scouting.

He attended our most recent play Don’t Tell The Wife in June at Harmony Hill where he had the pleasure of watching his son Colin and his Grandson Sam acting together in this hilarious Sam Cree play.

Cliffy, as he was affectionately known, was a true gentleman, and will be sadly missed.


Two posters from 1982 and 1983 have turned up (were spotted in the shed of former member Ian Anderson). How times have changed!Stop It Nurse Poster 1983