the British Community Council, Lisbon

The British Community Council, Lisbon

Umbrella entity for organisations
with links to the British Community
in and around Lisbon

Lisbon Players 2015 / 2016 Season

(Date posted: 2015-07-22 | Organizer: The Lisbon Players | Category: Member Reports)

Have a look at Lisbon Players new 2015/2016 season!


BLACK COMEDY by Peter Shaffer Comedy

“One of the funniest and most brilliant short plays in the language”
Brindsley Miller is a young sculptor who is desperately hoping to impress a prospective investor: an eccentric millionaire art collector who will be visiting his home to view a sculpture. His debutante fiancée has also invited her father over, and in an effort to impress the two guests they “borrowed” some expensive furniture and antiques from their neighbour Harold, without his permission. Chaos ensues when the lights go out, Harold returns home early and Brindsley’s former mistress shows up unexpectedly.

8th - 24th October at Estrela Hall

Directed by Barbara Monteiro


PIRATES OF PENZANCE by Gilbert & Sullivan Musical

Our second show of the season is the hilarious and melodious tale of timid pirates, lusty maidens and incompetent coppers. This comic opera, which has enjoyed resounding success all over the English-speaking world since its first performance in 1880 now comes, for the first time, to Estrela Hall.

Directed by Jonathan Weightman


DECKCHAIRS by Jean McConnell Three one-act comedies

Offering unique and entertaining snapshots into the lives of two women, whether by chance or design, each of the characters in Outdoor Pleasures, Theatrical Digs and Doggies is highly recognisable, highlighting the follies and fancies that are part of our human frailties.

Directed and performed by Amanda Booth, Celia Williams and Elizabeth Bochmann

MARCH 2016


APRIL / MAY 2016


JUNE 2016

THE MISANTHROPE by Moliére Comedy of manners

One of the great masterpieces by France's most celebrated comic dramatist is brought to the 21st century. Honesty and hypocrisy, justice and injustice, the manipulative social games people play, and the conflict between the individual and society take to the stage in this brilliant comedy of manners.

Directed by António Carlos Andrade