We are delighted to say that CODA will once more be performing at the bandstand at Croydon’s Wandle Park this summer, with… Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, adapted by Jon Jory.

CODA strives to make theatre as accessible as possible in the borough. We are aware that the cost of tickets for even community theatre may put off those that are struggling financially at the moment, even as we ourselves face rising production costs. For Pride and Prejudice, we are offering a “pay what you can” performance on Wednesday 27 July, for those who are unable to meet the usual ticket price of £13.00 or £14.00 for the rest of the week’s performances. Audience members will be able to select their own ticket price from £1 upwards for this performance. If you are however able to pay slightly more than the standard price for a ticket, this would also be most welcome and help not only to cover our costs, but also help other people access the joys of live theatre and this wonderful story.

Meet & Greet

Date: Tuesday 5th April 2022

Time: 19:45

Location: St Peter’s Church House, South Croydon



Wednesday 27th to Saturday 30th July (with a Saturday matinee)

Tech and dress rehearsals on Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th July. 

Artistic Team

Directors – Danielle Perrimon & Peter Bramwell.

Box Office


Initial auditions have taken place, but we are still looking for:

  • Charles Bingley
  • Mr Wickham
  • Mr Collins

Please contact secretary@codashows.co.uk if you are interested.

Characters & Audition Pieces

CharacterAudition Piece
Charles Bingley
Darcy’s wealthy best friend. He is pleasant, easy going, and well intentioned. He is uncaring about class differences.
Charles Bingley
George Wickham (can also be a Ball Guest)
Handsome militia officer who attracts Elizabeth initially but revelations about his past and his true nature brings her closer to Darcy.
George Wickham
Mr Collins
Pompous and idiotic clergyman who stands to inherit the Bennet property. Longwinded, rarely expressing himself in anything other than essay form.
Mr Collins