Agatha Crusty and The Village Hall Murders- Cast Announced

We are pleased to announce the following cast for our autumn production Agatha Crusty And The Village Hall Murders.

Cast in order of appearance:

Harry Knott: Jonathan Simmons

Agatha Crusty: Judy Ramjeet

Alice Fogg: Natalia Sirotkina

Olivia/Oliver Truscott-Pratt: Eva Von Mitzka

Eleanor Wagstaff: Yvonne Austin

D.I.Twigg- Alex Molloy

Maisie Grimm: Emma Chandler

Rev. Toby Bishop: Ashley Brown

PC Lockett: Mick Cawson

Isabella Battersby: Flavia Dale

Mandy: Veeda Ray

Other News

Ellie Hopkins performed in Achord Chamber Choir’s sell out Sweet Dreams concert of 1980s hits in Brixton Community Base on Tuesday Evening. £222.37 was raised for MAG International.

Hazel Collinson has re-joined the committee team in the with portfolio post until the AGM.

What’s On- July/August 2019.


31 July-2 August 2019

Stopgap Theatre Company will be performingCan You Hear Me At The Back, by Brian Clark. It stars out very own Jim Simpson and if you are into cakes, there is a wide range of delicious home-made offerings.

This play examines the world of architects and town planners, who, instead of designing buildings that fit the human scale, seem to succeed only in creating a succession of people filing cabinets. His central character, Philip Turner, Chief Architect of Feltonly New Town, comments wryly: “You can stack flats one on top of the other, and the pre-stressed concrete can stand the pressure. But until someone discovers a way of pre-stressing people, the strain breaks them down”. Originally starred Peter Barkworth and Hannah Gordon at the Piccadilly Theatre.


Isleworth Public Hall,
South Street,
Isleworth TW7 7BG

Performance Times:

Wednesday-Friday 31 July-2 August 2019 7.45pm

Box Office: 

020 8995 9725




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