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  • Open Group  ·  2 members  ·  Last active

    The Moat Players is an amateur dramatics group based at St Mary’s Church Hall, Hobs Moat, Solihull and founded in 1959. Our seasons generally run from August/September through to June; during a typical season we will perform 3 to 4 different productions comprised of full length/one act plays, musical shows and pantomime. We strive to offer an original, varied and inventive programme each year that we hope will challenge and entertain our audiences and cast members alike. We are always keen to welcome new members and accept people from a wide age range and welcome members both young (10 years old+) and the young at heart! We rehearse from 7:30pm – 10:00pm on Thursdays and Sundays during our season. For more information about membership or any queries please feel free to contact us or pop along and say hello at one of our rehearsals, or contact hello@moatplayers.co.uk We look forward to seeing you soon!

  • Open Group  ·  3 members  ·  Last active

    A group for all panto lovers around the country. a group to exchange tips, hints and perhaps a few laughs

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Plays, Pantomimes and Murder Mystery Evenings Established in 1949, we're a friendly,laid back bunch of people who love theatre and love having fun! We welcome anyone who wants to be involved without any sort of audition. We have performed a huge variety of plays over the years and we are particularly proud of our Panto's which play to large Audiences. We have a number of scripts available for hire, all writen for large casts and simple staging. More recently we have developed a reputation for Murder Mystery Evenings which we usually perform for organisations wishing to raise funds. Do contact us if you think we can help your organisation. The Group is open to the over 18's but we always incorporate children into our Pantos. We welcome everyone who wants to act or work backstage. Contact Information Contact Address: For all further information please email info@wesly-players.co.uk Contact Telephone Number: 01277 651790 Website: http://www.wesley-players.co.uk NODA Region: Easter Area Rehearsal Information: Mondays 8-10pm Additional rehearsals on Wednesdays nearer to production dates. Rehearsal Venue The Wesley Hall, The Wesley Methodist Church, Hall Lane, Upminster, Essex, RM14 1AE Production Venue Plays and Pantomimes at the Wesley Hall. Fund raising Murder Mystery Evenings around the Havering and Brentwood areas on request

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    amateur dramatics Lindisfarne is a group consisting of 15-20 members who perform an eclectic range of drama everything from Ray Cooney to Phyllis Nagy. We have been around since 1969 formally known as Lindisfarne Players. We invite new members and present three productions a year. Contact Information Contact Address: 21a Carnarvon Road, Southend on Sea, Essex, SS2 6LR Contact Telephone Number: 01702 312783 Website: http://www.lindisfarneplayers.co.uk NODA Region: Eastern Area Rehearsal Information: Clarence Road Baptist Church Hall, Clarence Road. Rehearsal Venue Rehearsals are from 7.30 p.m. - 10 p.m. every Wednesday evening Production Venue Dixon Studio, Palace Theatre.

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Plays, Patomimes, Musicals, Murder Mystery evenings WE are a Southend-on-Sea Based Amateur dramnatic company with the emphasis on Fun. We perform 2 shows annually. A Pantomime around Christmas time and a summer show mis year. We also have an active social calender as well as hosting and performing MURDER MYSTERY evenings for functions and fundraising (all light hearted) We have a mixed age group and in Strarlight we beleive everyone is a Star. We always welcome new members from front of house, backstage, onstage and behind the scenes with costumes, makeup etc. If your interested and would like to know more about us, please ring me, Irene on 01702-612351 or visit our website www.starlightproductions.co.uk Contact Information Contact Address: Contact Telephone Number: 01702612351 Website: http://www.starlightproductions.co.uk NODA Region: Eastern Area Rehearsal Information: Tuesday and Thursday eveings 7.45 to 10pm Rehearsal Venue Southend on Sea. Southchurch park area. Please contact us for further details

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Musical Theatre We are a non-professional society based in West London that specialises in the performance of musicals Contact Information Contact Address: Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.glocmt.org.uk NODA Region: London Area Rehearsal Information: Company Rehearsals Wednesday 8.00pm. Principal Rehearsals Friday 8.15pm. Sunday afternoons leading up to a show. Rehearsal Venue We rehearse every Wednesday evening at Hanwell Methodist Church Hall, Church Road, Hanwell, London W7 starting at 8.00pm. Principal rehearsals are on Friday evenings at St. Thomas' Church Hall, Boston Road, Hanwell, London W7 starting at 8.15pm. We also usually rehearse on several Sunday afternoons leading up to a show. Production Venue We currently perform one major show in the spring at Questors Theatre, Mattock Lane, Ealing, London W5 and another show in the autumn at Drayton Manor High School, Drayton Bridge Road, Hanwell, London W7.

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Welcome to The Garden Suburb Theatre. We are a friendly and welcoming amateur theatre company, based in Hampstead Garden Suburb, North London. Please visit our website for more information: http://www.gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk/ Contact Information Contact Address: For membership information, call our Membership Secretary on 020 8346 4448 You can send us email @gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk as follows: For general information, use info@ To enquire about joining, use membership@. Box office: 020 7723 6609 Or Join our mailing list: Email me with the subject line "Mailing List" and I will add you to our email distribution list for future information about shows and events - gstwebsite@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk Contact Telephone Number: 020 8346 4448 Website: http://www.gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk/ NODA Region: London Area Rehearsal Information: Mixture of week day evenings and Sundays Rehearsal Venue Various around North London - tend to be Finchley or Hampstead Garden Suburb based. Production Venue We produce 5-6 productions per year. Venues include The Bull in Barnet, Upstairs at the Gatehouse in Highgate, Little Oak Wood and Henrietta Barnet School in Hampstead Garden Suburb

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Musicals and light opera, Founded in 1944, the Harrow Light Opera Company is a very active and friendly group. We present two major musical productions every year in our current home at the Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth. Contact Information Contact Address: Contact Telephone Number: 020 8863 7741 Website: http://www.harrowlight.org.uk NODA Region: London Area Rehearsal Information: Our main rehearsal is held on Tuesdays, with Friday principal rehearsals. We also have a number of Sunday rehearsals in the run up to each production. Rehearsal Venue We rehearse on Tuesdays throughout the year at St. Anselm's Church Hall, Westfield Park, Hatch End HA5 4JJ, starting at 7.45pm. Production Venue We present two major musical productions every year in our current home at the Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth, where

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Musicals Mayhem Musical Theatre Company (MMTC) was formed in 2006. We are based in South London and usually perform in the Sutton / Kingston / Epsom area. MMTC in its present form is a progression from a previous company called Mayhem Productions. Running successfully for ten years Mayhem Productions produced diverse and successful shows such as Little Shop of Horrors, Into the Woods, Oliver, Chess and Guys ‘n’ Dolls. Since MMTC was formed, we have produced a range of successful shows including We Will Rock You, Godspell, Into the Woods, Closer than Ever, Rent, Beauty & the Beast, Nine and Spring Awakening. MMTC aims to build on the solid foundation and experience developed over this time to continue to deliver accessible and innovative musical theatre in south west London. We are an amateur company, but strive to produce theatre of a professional standard. We aim to provide high quality final productions combined with a relaxed, enjoyable and creative rehearsal process which offers a genuine opportunity for anyone interested in musical theatre - whether it is performing, directing, musical direction, dance, choreography, stage management, design, set construction, lighting, or publicity. Any musical group revolves around its shows and membership and to that end we aim to stage two main productions a year - plus some smaller scale projects - selecting shows over the year that offer opportunities for the membership, interesting and vibrant theatre for the audience and an opportunity for the Company to grow and have a secure financial and membership base for the future. Contact Information Contact Address: Jon Wade Flat 2 64 Crouch End Hill London N8 8AG Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.mayhemmusicaltheatrecompany.co.uk NODA Region: London Area Rehearsal Information: Rehearsal Venue Production Venue

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Plays, musicals, workshops, concerts Establised in 1905. The City of London's premier amateur theatre company. With a membership of 200+, a programme of 8-10 challenging fringe theatre productions every year & reputations for West End quality in every production, Sedos are proud of their claim to be the premier amateur theatre group in London. Contact Information Contact Address: admin@sedos.co.uk Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.sedos.co.uk NODA Region: London Area Rehearsal Information: Rehearsals vary for each production, but are usually three times a week over a 10 week period. Rehearsal Venue Production Venue The Bridewell Theatre Bride Lane Fleet Street London, EC4Y 8EQ

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    <p> Modern and classic plays, comedy, new writing and pantomime<br> East London's friendliest drama group! Based in Leytonstone, we put 6-7 productions a year, a mixture of new writing, classics, modern drama comedy and pantomime as well as occasional acting and technical workshops. We're very informal and always welcome new members for acting, directing, writing and production roles.<br><br><br><a href="http://www.twitter.com/woodhouseplays">@woodhouseplays</a><br><br><br> Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/woodhouseplayers<br><br> Contact Information<br> Contact Address: woodhousesecretary@woodhouseplayers.co.uk<br> Contact Telephone Number:<br> Website: <a href="http://www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk" rel="external">http://www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk</a><br> NODA Region: London Area<br> Rehearsal Information: Wednesdays and Fridays, 7.30-10 pm plus some Tuesdays and Saturdays.<br> Rehearsal Venue<br> Welsh Church Hall, 881 High Road Leytonstone E11 1HR: details here<br> Production Venue<br> Welsh Church Hall, 881 High Road Leytonstone E11 1HR:<br>   </p>

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Plays, Comedy, Pantomimes Henley Drama Society (HADS) formed in 1954 and perform on average 3 times per year in Henley in Arden. To find out the latest news from HADS, follow us on twitter [url="http://www.twitter.com/henleydramasoc"]@henleydramasoc[/url]or visit our website [url="http://www.hads.org.uk/"]www.hads.org.uk[/url] Contact Information Contact Address: webmaster@hads.org.uk Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.hads.org.uk NODA Region: Midland Area Rehearsal Information: Wednesdays and Mondays August - April. Rehearsal Venue Memorial Hall, Station Road, Henley in Arden, Warwickshire. Production Venue Memorial Hall, Station Road, Henley in Arden, Warwickshire.

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Gilbert & Sullivan, Operetta, Musicals Northampton Gilbert & Sullivan Group was established in 1953 and is very proud to have presented all of the works in the Gilbert & Sullivan repertoire at least once, as well as works such as 'Cox & Box' and 'The Zoo', for which Sullivan was joined by different librettists. It continues to be the intention of the group, finance permitting, to bring the full G&S canon to the people of the county. The group performs one production per year, normally in January, at the Royal Theatre in Northampton and undertake concerts as required. The group is immensely proud of the quality of its singing and performances and as such holds annual and principal auditions. General Auditions normally take place in April, although new members are welcome up until production rehearsals start, space permitting. A membership fees apply Contact Information Contact Address: 7 Ashworth Street Daventry Northamptonshire NN11 4AR Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.gandsnorthampton.org NODA Region: Easter Area Rehearsal Information: The group rehearses Monday evenings in Boothville, Northampton with prinicpal rehearsals taking place on a Friday. Music rehearsals start soon after the general auditions and recommence in September after a break for the summer. Production rehearsals start mid September Rehearsal Venue Boothville Community Hall Boothville Northampton Production Venue The Royal Auditorium Royal & Derngate Guildhall Road Northampton

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Musicals The Society currently performs two full musicals a year in the Gatehouse Theatre as well as a number of concerts. The Society, all of whom are amateur performers, uses professional directors and musicians to produce high quality musicals as their contribution to the arts in Stafford and the surrounding area. The Society has an active social committee organising theatre trips, the annual dinner and barbeque as well as after show parties and other events. There is a bi-annual golf tournament during the week of the show and members can often be found having a social drink in a local hostelry after a hard evening of rehearsing. If you cannot sing or have no desire to be on stage but have an interest in the theatre, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved with our productions, helping out backstage with makeup, costumes, as part of the stage crew or just making the tea. The Society also has a youth section, MYTS (Musical Youth Theatre Stafford) for those aged 8 to 19 who want to be involved in musical theatre. Contact Information Contact Address: 6 Cairns Drive Stafford ST16 3PW Contact Telephone Number: 07888 658336 Website: http://www.staffordoperatic.org.uk NODA Region: Midland Area Rehearsal Information: Thursday Evenings between 7.30pm and 9.30pm Rehearsal Venue John Wheeldon Primary School Cambridge Street Stafford ST16 3LX Production Venue Gatehouse Theatre Eastgate Street Stafford ST16 2LJ

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    We are an Amateur Theatrical Group which presents plays of all genres. Stafford Players is an Amateur Dramatic Group formed in 1943. It presents drama of all genres, mainly in Stafford's Gatehouse Theatre. For full details of our Society and all our productions please access our Website www.staffordplayers.co.uk Contact Information Contact Address: via our Website www.staffordplayers.co.uk Contact Telephone Number: 01785 614924 Website: http://www.staffordplayers.co.uk NODA Region: Midland Area Rehearsal Information: Most Mondays and Thursdays at 7.30pm Rehearsal Venue Stafford Players rehearses in the Perkins Club on Tixal Road in Stafford most Mondays and Thursdays. Production Venue We usually present our plays at Stafford's Gatehouse Theatre in November, February and May.The Box Office number is 01785 254653 and their Website address is www.staffordgatehousetheatre.co.uk

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Musicals The name says it all....... formerly the Youth Section of the City of Stoke-on-Trent Amateur Operatic Society (from 1979), now an independent charity from 2006. Reg. Charity No. 1117716 Open to young people aged 11 to 21. Running workshops & staging full length musicals to our aim of developing young people through the medium of musical theatre. Based in Stoke-on-Trent & Newcastle, Staffordshire contactus@stokeyouth.org www.stokeyouth.org Contact Information Contact Address: Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.stokeyouth.org/ NODA Region: Midland Area Rehearsal Information: Rehearsal Venue Production Venue

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Muisical Theatre Society DarlingtonOS is the North East's premier theatre company presenting 2 full scale musicals a year at the 900 seater Darlington Civic Theatre. Our productions run for 10 nights - Wednesday to the week following Saturday. We are a Registered Charity and raise, on average, &Acirc;&pound;12,000 a year which we donate to other local and national Charities. www.darlingtonos.org.uk Contact Information Contact Address: darlingtonos@hotmail.co.uk Contact Telephone Number: 07984 139 212 Website: NODA Region: North East Area Rehearsal Information: Main rehearsal night is Thursday 7.30pm to 10pm As we use professional directors, once floor work begins you may be called every night for an intensive 11 day period to block the show, then generally 3 nights a week with our Assistant Director. Rehearsal Venue Darlington Arts Centre, Vane Terrace, Darlington Production Venue Darlington Civic Theatre

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Main Musical Production in September and Pantomime in February. Both presented at Morley Town Hall. Contact Information Contact Address: Steven Holt 68 Fountain Street Morley Leeds LS27 0PE Contact Telephone Number: 0113 2536795 Website: http://www.morleyaos.org.uk NODA Region: North East Area Rehearsal Information: Tuesday & Thursday in our own rehearsal Room adjoining Morley Cricket Club on Scatcherd Lane Morley (see our website www.morleyaos.org.uk for directions) Rehearsal Venue Adjoining Morley Cricket Club Scatcherd Lane Morley Leeds LS27 0JJ. Tuesday & Thursday between 7.30pm & 9.30pm. Production Venue Morley Town Hall, Queen Street Morley. Ample free parking in Morrisons Car Park.

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Pantomime Society St. Giles Pantomime Society has been in existance since 1949 presenting first class entertainment annually to Pontefract and the surrounding district from 1950. Full details about the Society and it's productions can be viewed on the website www.stgilespanto.co.uk Contact Information Contact Address: eric.arundell@mypostoffice.co.uk Contact Telephone Number: 01977795904 Website: http://www.stgilespanto.co.uk NODA Region: North East Area Rehearsal Information: Rehearsal Venue Production Venue The Society's next production in January 2012 will be 'Sinbad the Sailor' and will be will be performed at Pontefract Town Hall.

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Theatre We are a vibrant amateur theatre company run by members we put on a programme of seven plays each year, running from Saturday to Saturday generally excluding Sunday and we put on extra nights for charities and parties. Out theatre has two auditoria the Main theatre, a traditional procenium stage with auditorium seating 160 and The Forge Theatre a more intimate space seating 60.people We run theatre workshops and have a Youth group for people interested in training in theatre. Members also provide touring productions such as Murder Mysteries and small cast productions at outside venues. Our newly furbished bar area provides us with a third acting space. The theatre is situated a quarter of a mile west of town centre. It is asy to get to from bus and train stations and we have a small car park. Membership is &Acirc;&pound;12 per year and Members night is Monday from 7.30, Youth groups meets on Tuesdays. Rehearsal nights are variable. Our Patron in Sir Ian McKellen. We are a Member of The Bolton Amateur Theatre Societies, The Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain and The Greater Manchester Drama Federation. Contact Information Contact Address: Contact Telephone Number: 01204 524469 Website: http://boltonlittletheatre.co.uk/ NODA Region: North West Area Rehearsal Information: Usually Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30 to 10pm Sundays at 2pm Subject to change by the director Rehearsal Venue Rehearsals either on the stage or in the rehearsal room at the theatre Production Venue Bolton Little Theatre, Hanover Street, Bolton

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    [b]The History Of Brampton Players[/b] Brampton Players have kept theatre alive in the town for over seventy-five years. We usually stage several productions a year, including plays, in the past musicals, pantomimes and variety shows. Membership is open to all. New members, young and old, are always welcome &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; you can find details and an online membership form at Bramptonplayers.co.uk We used to have our own theatre, the Brampton Playhouse, which has its own fascinating history. THE STORY OF BRAMPTON PLAYERS Brampton Playhouse opened in October 1936 but the Brampton Players actually started in 1933. At that time performances were given in St.Martin&acirc;&euro;&trade;s Hall, in Penrith Playhouse and at local drama festivals. The chance for the Players to have a theatre of their own came in 1936 when the Primitive Methodists united with the Wesleyans to form the Methodist Church we know today. The Primitive Methodists&acirc;&euro;&trade; chapel at Moatside, originally built in 1878 for &Acirc;&pound;1,500, was then redundant and was offered for sale. The Players offered to buy it to convert it into a theatre and a price of &Acirc;&pound;465 was eventually agreed. Six local enthusiasts formed a limited company to raise the necessary funds: Lord and Lady Henley, their son M.F.Eden, local solicitor H.S.Cartmell, together with W.S.Jackson, who owned a large outfitter&acirc;&euro;&trade;s shop in the town, and Stanley Walton, a local farmer and land agent. A Carlisle architect, H.Irving Graham, drew up plans and local builders and electricians were soon hard at work converting the chapel into a fully functioning theatre. The total cost &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; including the purchase price &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; was just &Acirc;&pound;1,200. The first main stage curtains were a gift from Lady Henley and the first tip-up seats came from the Empire Theatre in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The Grand Opening Night took place on October 17th 1936 and included a recital by Madame Adela Fachiri, a violinist of international repute, and Tom Clough, a talented local player of the Northumbrian pipes. Between 1936 and 1939 about three plays a year were produced by Brampton Players themselves and their new Playhouse also hosted visiting performances by other groups from Penrith, Cockermouth and Workington. The Second World War brought other priorities and for most of this time the Playhouse was handed over, rent free, to the Y.M.C.A.to be used as a canteen for the troops &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; but the Players returned after the war and were soon producing three or four productions a year. New lighting and sound equipment were installed and on 15th May 1974, with the generous help of a benefactor who remains anonymous to this day, Brampton Players were at last able to purchase the Playhouse from original company set up in 1936. The story of Brampton Players must be regarded as incomplete without an appreciation of the active influence of Pat Julier. In recent times Brampton Players have gone from strength to strength, though we are always on the lookout for more members. The repertoire of straight plays has broadened to include classical playwrights such as Shakespeare, Moliere, and Sheridan and challenging modern dramatists like Brecht, Stoppard, and Dario Fo, as well as popular works by writers like Alan Ayckbourn or Ray Cooney. There used to be several productions a year. Even lavish musicals like &acirc;&euro;&tilde;Carousel&acirc;&euro;&trade;, &acirc;&euro;&tilde;Calamity Jane&acirc;&euro;&trade; and &acirc;&euro;&tilde;Blitz&acirc;&euro;&trade; have been squeezed onto the Brampton stage and a traditional family pantomime is usually part of each year&acirc;&euro;&trade;s programme. Between 1990 and 2000 the Players staged outdoor productions of Shakespeare&acirc;&euro;&trade;s plays in the spectacular setting of Lanercost Priory, just three miles out of Brampton, which was revived earlier this year by the Lanercost Festival committee who hosted and produced Midsummer Nights Dream of which quite a few of the players members took part. Unfortunately due to the cost of the upkeep of the Playhouse we had to let it go in 2007 but have continued to survive by using the local Community Centre and Various village halls to stage our productions. If you&acirc;&euro;&trade;d like to join us as an active member &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; acting or directing on stage, helping with costumes, scenery, or lighting backstage, or greeting audiences front-of-house &acirc;&euro;&ldquo; you will be assured of a very hearty welcome. NODA Region: North West Area Rehearsal Information: Rehearsal Venue Currently Rehearsing for Snow White Pantomime to be staged at the Brampton Community Centre on 6th,7th & 8th January 2011 Performances 7.30pm each evening and 2.00pm Matinee on 8th January 2011 Tickets &Acirc;&pound;5.00 from Scotia Framing, Brampton or on the door. Production Venue Brampton Community Centre Irthing Centre Union Lane Brampton CA8 1BX Tel: 016977 45023 Fax: 016977 45024 www.bramptoncommunitycentre.org.uk

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    ADS - plays, pantomimes, murder mysteries A popular amateur dramatic society that always makes new members - acting or backstage - very welcome. Full training given if needed. Contact Information Contact Address: 2 Hereford Close Woolston Warrington Cheshire WA1 4HR Contact Telephone Number: 01925 485605 Website: http://www.bwplayers.co.uk NODA Region: North West Area Rehearsal Information: Tuesdays and Thursdays - 8-10pm (in season) Rehearsal Venue Tuesdays - Lymm Village Hall, Pepper Street, Lymm - 8-10pm Thursdays - Thelwall Parish Hall, Bell Lane, Thelwall - 8-10pm (in season) Production Venue All productions in Thelwall Parish Hall, Bell Lane, Thelwall.

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Plays, Musical Revues, Pantomimes Celesta Players is one of South Manchester's leading amateur drama societies, based in Didsbury. Established in 1961, the society stages three to four productions most years. This usually comprises a full-length play in the spring, a musical revue in the summer, a short play for the Didsbury Arts Festival in the autumn, and a pantomime in the winter. Contact Information Contact Address: Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.celestaplayers.co.uk NODA Region: North West Area Rehearsal Information: Tuesday evening (most weeks) Sunday afternoon/evening (close to performance date) Rehearsal Venue Didsbury Cricket Club Production Venue

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Musicals Plays Contact Information Contact Address: The best way to get in touch with us is by emailing us at info@fivesaintsatc.co.uk we are also on Twitter: www.twitter.com/FiveSaintsATC and Facebook - Search: Five Saints Amateur Theatre Company Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.fivesaintsatc.co.uk NODA Region: North West Area Rehearsal Information: Rehearsal days can change quite often however our regular rehearsal days are Monday, Thursday and Sunday Rehearsal Venue Our regular rehearsal venue is: St George's Church, Daisy Avenue, Farnworth, Bolton, BL4 0EJ Production Venue Our regular venue address is: The Theatre Church Seymour Road Astley Bridge Bolton BL1 8PG

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