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Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company's Description
The Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company is an inclusive theatre Company solely dedicated to performing the works of William Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan in the York area. The Company produces full staged productions, as well as miscellaneous concerts and semi-staged (concert) performances. As an amateur company, we welcome members of all ages and abilities, and pride ourselves on being fully inclusive to everyone. We do not hold auditions for chorus members, as we believe anyone who wants to turn up and sing should be able to. Whether you've never sung G&S music before or you're a G&S addict we would love you to come and join us! Visit our website (www.jorvikgsc.org.uk) or contact us for more information. You can also find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@JorvikGSC).
Woodford Players's Description
Woodford Playersis an award winning amateur dramatic society based in Woodford, Stockport, Cheshire. We put on full length and one-act plays throughout the season. New members are always welcome.
Romford Operatic & Dramatic Society's Description
In 1941, the Romford Civic Defence Dramatic and Operatic Society took to the stage for the first time with a production of G&S’s 'The Mikado'. The main purpose of the society was to bring people together during World War II and boost morale during those difficult years. In 1949 the group changed its name to the Romford & District Operatic and Dramatic Society. Sadly, the society closed in 1953 – the same year as the opening of Romford War Memorial Social Club where the Brookside Theatre is based. 60 years on and the Romford Operatic and Dramatic Society are back with a vision to bring the best of local talent to the Romford stage and build community spirit. The home of the society will be the Brookside Theatre in Eastern Road, Romford and the society are looking for new members; anyone interested in either performing or helping on the production side is more than welcome! For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.romfordoperatic.com.
PHEOS Musical Players's Description
Dover Community Theater's Description
Dover Tennessee is a small town community theater. Dover is a historical location an important turning point in the civil war. Most of the performances are historically bases, comedy (old south) and musicals (smoke on the mountain). This is a new group and always looking for advise and support. Denise Moore was appointed director in January 2014, She has been actively involved in community theater as an actor, but this is her first attempt at being the director.
Kinver Light Operatic Society's Description
Kinver Light Operatic Society is a friendly Musical theatre group based in the village of Kinver, South Staffordshire. We perform a Musical and Pantomime each year.
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Founded in 1961, VAMPS performs musicals, variety concerts in St Neots, Cambridgeshire. Each Spring and Autumn, we stage a popular musical or variety show based on a theme, attracting audiences of up to 300 people each night. We are an enthusiastic community theatre company, whose members are drawn from the towns and villages surrounding St Neots and range in age from 6-85! We rehearse every Tuesday and Thursday evening at Peppercorns Music Academy in Eaton Socon. For more information on becoming a member or our next show, check out our website, www.thevamps.org or find us on Facebook (Vamps St Neots) or follow us on Twitter (@oVAMPSo) or email email@example.com
Acorn Theatre Company's Description
Acorn Theatre Company is an amateur dramatic society based in Enfield, North London. We present a pantomime and musical annually with the profits from these productions being donated to local charities. Since we were formed in 1989, Acorn has donated over £64,000 to local charities. We are always looking for new members to join our successful, fun and enthusiastic group. Please contact Simon on 07946 201 507 for more information.
The Spread Eagle Players's Description
We have been in existence since 1889 and are also known as Barclays Dramatic Society. The reference to the 'Spread Eagle' is drawn from Barclays Banks' old logo. Since our inception in 1889, we have done all that we can to maintain our ethos of high quality and accessible productions.Nowadays, the group produces about three shows a year at The Bridewell Theatre, Blackfriars, London. We are always looking for new members, whether your interest is in being onstage, backstage or front of house. We perform all sorts of genres from comedy and farce to murder mystery, thrillers and political plays.Please visit our website for more information at www.spreadeagleplayers.org.ukTo be added to our mailing list to hear about auditions and upcoming shows please email firstname.lastname@example.org
St John's Players's Description
We are a small but very friendly group based at St John's Hall, Palmers Green North London who LOVE putting on shows and having a great time!We perform two plays a year - one in May and one in November - and our plays range from mystery and drama to romance via murder and, of course, comedy.The group was formed on December 12th 1952 and took to the boards (on the stage) at Lacey Hall performing Three One Act Plays. By the following year audience numbers meant a move to larger premises and we have been here in St John's Large Hall ever since. We have been very blessed over the years to have such lovely and talented people who have always helped to make each production so individual. So, if you would like to join our group, it would be wonderful to have you on board! No experience is necessary, just come and join us for some fun.....and coffee and biscuits/cake/chocolate!!!!If you are interested in finding out more about us or would like to come to a meeting to see what we're all about, please contact: email@example.com
Newquay Dramatic Society's Description
Lane Theatre is owned and managed by Newquay Dramatic Society. Newquay Amateur Dramatic Society was founded in May 1931 and we have been presenting plays continually since that date. Facilities include a 138 seat auditorium, free parking and disabled access. In 1980 the Society acquired the Lane Village Hall and then began the process of transforming an almost derelict building into the excellent 138 seat facility we enjoy today. In 1999 we secured a substantial Arts Council (National Lottery) grant which enabled us to carry out major improvements for the comfort of both our audiences and actors. The refurbished building was opened by Phillip Schofield on 3rd September 2000
Gorseinon Players's Description
Gorseinon Players is an amateur dramatic group for anyone aged 6 to 60 plus. We formed in 1995 and usually put on a main show in October and a smaller review in the Spring. We promote inclusion and welcome members of all abilities. If you like singing, acting, dancing or helping backstage or front of house you are welcome to join us. We meet on Tuesday nights from 7-9 pm in Penyrheol Primary School, Penyrheol, Swansea. For further information telephone Lynne on 01792 550508 or email firstname.lastname@example.org