Welcome to the Chameleon Theatre's website where you can find out about our productions, past and present, and discover more about us, see photos and details of some of our recent plays. New members are always welcome so we hope these pages will give you some idea of our varied activities.
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A Comedy Trio - Three comedy plays

Housebound by Simon Mawdsley
Dancers by Jean McConnell
The House of Fog by Peter Brammer

Thurs 27 - Sat 29 April 2017

An agoraphobic housewife is taken hostage, two ladies sit on an esplanade for a gossip and a ridiculously silly and very funny parody of the traditional country house murder mystery......


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(Box Office opens Monday 27th February 2017)

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Reviews for Robin Hood - A Pantomime

Robin Hood and the Chameleons – Review by Allison Symes

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Robin Hood - a pantomime - click here for highlights on YouTube.

Helping the community

This year (2015 - 16) we are supporting Rethink Mental Illness.

We help millions of people affected by mental illness by challenging attitudes, changing lives.


During 2015 - 2016 we supported Chandlers Ford Good Neighbours. With the generosity of Chameleon Theatre audiences we managed to raise £660. Thank you!


About us

Chameleon Theatre Company has been presenting plays to the people of Chandler's Ford since 1965.


Join Chameleons

Do you want to be part of the Company that stages an Alan Ayckbourn play or an Oscar Wilde classic or a rip roaring Pantomime? Then join the Chameleons.



We rehearse on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 in the Ritchie Memorial Hall. In addition the cast will meet at one member's home for further rehearsal as necessary, usually on Thursday evenings.



A production is not just about "treading the boards"; putting on a play needs a wide variety of skills and usually more backstage and front of house staff than there are cast on stage!


Our Sponsors

Our thanks go to the following sponsors for their support. Click here for more details

Quality Solicitors Knight Polson

Don's Doors

Sparks Ellison


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