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The Monday Players's Description
The Monday Players drama society is based at Escrick, a small village, about seven miles south of York City centre. Our venue, recently refurbished, is the village hall, where we have produced live theatre for the last eighteen years. Members come from wide area, ten miles radius or more, including York and Selby, but we also have the fellowship of family, friends and many other supporters who like to be involved not only in productions but also social events such as theatre trips, Summer garden party and Christmas celebrations. We are welcoming, enthusiastic and supportive group; we have high standards of performance and production; we enjoy immensely the recreational benefits of our activities. In December 2013 we celebrated our twentieth anniversary and fortieth production since our foundation by revisiting our first production, when a small group decided to perform Season’s Greetings, by Alan Ayckbourn; the stage, set and technical effects were very modest indeed. Since 1993 we have prospered, developed and maintained our stage craft, technical expertise and the acquisition of equipment, costume, props and furniture. We stage two productions a year – May and November – and enjoy the patronage of many people in the area. Some members enjoy performing; others enjoy being part of our production teams; some enjoy both! Every production provides opportunities to act, to get involved in set construction, become part of the stage crew, to assist with transport, lighting, sound, special effects, publishing, front of house or indeed, helping to make a welcome cuppa at one of our rehearsals. Rehearsals take place on Sunday and Monday evenings and our two production dates fall in May and November each year. Generally members are sixteen years or more but there can be exceptions. If you are interested in becoming involved, in whatever way, with The Monday Players, please contact our Chair, Nicki Clay, on firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be warmly invited to meet Monday Players ‘at work’ and decide for yourself. For ticket sales and information about the next production, please telephone 01904 728303 or email email@example.com
Cuckfield Dramatic Society's Description
We are an amateur theatre group based at the Queens Hall in Cuckfield, West Sussex,UK. Cuckfield Dramatic Society (CDS) is an established traditional amateur theatre group in Mid-Sussex. We usually hold two major performances a year during the May and October half-term holidays held in the Queen’s Hall in Cuckfield High Street. We also hold an evening of entertainment early in the year (The February Frolics) which is both a fund-raiser and an opportunity for members to try their hand at directing or performing in a one-act play or in any of the sketches that follow. Some clips from the very successful 2013 event can be seen on our Past Productions page.
The Concorde Players's Description
The friendly amateur dramatics group based in West London (near Heathrow airport). We always welcome new members who would be like to be part of our team both on stage and off. Check out our web site at www.concordeplayers.co.uk our facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheConcordePlayers or follow us on www.twitter.com/concordeplayers
Sleaford Little Theatre's Description
Sleaford Little Theatre is an Amateur Dramatics Society in Sleaford, Lincolnshire. The society was founded in 1950 and has been running for over 60 years. The society runs and maintains it's own Georgian Theatre, The Playhouse, that dates back to 1825. Playhouse Website: http://sleafordplayhouse.co.uk Sleaford Little Theatre Website: http://sleafordlittletheatre.co.uk (Coming Soon!)
Midland Players's Description
The Midland Players amateur dramatic society has been active in Sheffield for over 30 years and has developed a reputation for high quality theatre worthy of the professional stage. We perform two plays each year in the University of Sheffield's Drama Studio. Our members come from across South Yorkshire and are encouraged to get involved with all aspects of production, including set design, sound and lighting, stage management and directing, as well as acting. For more information or to get involved visit our website, like our facebook page, or follow us on Twitter.
Friendly theatre group in Chingford with active members aged from 15 to 75. Now in its 69th year. We perform two musicals per year, one with a live band, and one play. New members always welcome. Ring 02085244380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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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
Adlington Music & Arts Society's Description
Musicals, Christmas Concert Adlington Music and Arts Society began in 1948 as a small group of friends rehearsing Gilbert and Sullivan in the Music Room at Appenzel, Babylon Lane, Anderton, the home of Mr C.E. Marsden. The Original members included Rev. J.A.Wedderburn,Rev. A, Hodgson, Mr C.E.Marsden and Mr Tom Shaw who was our President from 1979 to 2002. For the first two Years they sang as a Choral Group. The first A.G.M. to Officially form the Society, was held on 9th March 1950, which 65 people attended. Contact Information Contact Address: Adlington Community Centre Railway Road Adlington Chorley Lancashire PR6 9RF Contact Telephone Number: Coming Soon Website: http://www.adlingtonmusicandarts.com NODA Region: North West Area Rehearsal Information: Rehearsals are generally held on a Tuesday and Thursday @ Adlington Community Centre Rehearsal Venue We normally rehearse at the following venue: Adlington Community Centre Railway Road Adlington Chorley Lancashire PR6 9RF Production Venue We normally rehearse at the following venue: Adlington Community Centre Railway Road Adlington Chorley Lancashire PR6 9RF
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