Auditions at the Green Room Theatre Wilmslow

Auditions for all Green Room productions are open to everyone. You do not need to be a Green Room member to audition. However, if you do audition and are successful, you will be required to join the Green Room as a full member in order to appear in the play. If you accept a part, you will be expected to attend rehearsals for a period of approximately 6 weeks prior to the production. Rehearsals times and dates are at the discretion of the director. They are normally Sunday afternoons and Monday, Wednesday and Thursday or Friday evenings.

The dates of new auditions are announced here, in the Green Room newsletter and by email to all full and social Green Room members.

If you would like any further information about any upcoming play or if you are interested in a part or working backstage but cannot attend the audition contact the Play & Stage committee (

The auditions for next season’s plays have all taken place

Here’s a list of next season’s plays

PRESENT LAUGHTER – Noel Coward – 12-19 October 2024. Coward’s wonderful show-biz comedy in which successful and self-obsessed light comedy actor Garry Essendine fails to deal with his wife, his friends and his life in general. Including GALA EVENING. For this production there will be an extra performance, a Gala Evening, on Saturday 12 October, to celebrate 100 years since the first production of the Green Room Theatre.

THE MESSIAH – Patrick Barlow – 2-7 December 2024. Just in time for Christmas a cast of thousands (played by two actors and an opera singer) present the greatest story ever told.

BOMBSHELLS – Joanna Murray-Smith – 20-25 January 2025. Six short plays, funny and moving by turns, telling the stories of six women, from a teenager doing all she can to win a school talent contest to a widow with an appetite for the unexpected.

THE MURDER ROOM – Jack Sharkey – 17-22 March 2025. This comedy murder mystery follows a scheming gold-digger who plans to rub out her wealthy husband, and seems to have succeeded all too easily, but has she?

THE TITFIELD THUNDERBOLT – Philip Goulding – 12-17 May 2025. A stage version of the 1950s film, in which a group of villagers in rural England fight to save their local railway line when it is threatened with closure.

View the What’s On page for further details of each play.

Please email the Play & Stage committee ( if you are interested in a part or working backstage in a forthcoming production.


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