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  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Every year Shakespeare at The George perform one of the Bard's plays. We perform them in the open air in the Jacobean Courtyard of the George Hotel in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England. A setting much as would have been used in Shakespeare's own time. The productions are run by a group of Trustees and the entire cast and crew are volunteers. The performance and production is of the highest quality and you will find it easy to follow and a night to remember.

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    Spitfire Productions based in Rugby, Warwickshire was created to bridge the gap between the training and professional worlds. With casts comprising of 50% students and 50% professional actors we aim to provide hard hitting, relevant and dynamic productions whilst training the new actors of tomorrow in the most direct way possible. With profit share as one of our fundamental elements both student and actor have the opportunity to gain a financial reward from their work. Rehearsing in the evenings, we give actors who are unable or unwilling to forego their day jobs an opportunity to continue to develop their skills and work in performing arts without the financial constraints of the industry. We offer the opportunity of professional work to drama school graduates and new actors wishing to gain experience without the need for relocation to the city. We give students who have not yet trained in Higher Education the opportunity to hone their existing skills in readiness for their next steps into the industry. Spitfire Produces a number of productions in the year as well as other professional contracts e.g Murder Mystery events, Corporate events etc Whether a student or an actor Spitfire Productions provides an environment of self development, professionalism and the opportunity to be involved in theatre with other like minded and skilled individuals that breaks boundaries. Formed by professionals who trained and work in the industry, Spitfire is company with high expectations. We are Spitfire Productions - Get in touch!!

  • Open Group  ·  1 member  ·  Last active

    Spitfire Productions based in Rugby, Warwickshire was created to bridge the gap between the training and professional worlds. With casts comprising of 50% students and 50% professional actors we aim to provide hard hitting, relevant and dynamic productions whilst training the new actors of tomorrow in the most direct way possible. With profit share as one of our fundamental elements both student and actor have the opportunity to gain a financial reward from their work. Rehearsing in the evenings, we give actors who are unable or unwilling to forego their day jobs an opportunity to continue to develop their skills and work in performing arts without the financial constraints of the industry. We offer the opportunity of professional work to drama school graduates and new actors wishing to gain experience without the need for relocation to the city. We give students who have not yet trained in Higher Education the opportunity to hone their existing skills in readiness for their next steps into the industry. Spitfire Produces a number of productions in the year as well as other professional contracts e.g Murder Mystery events, Corporate events etc Whether a student or an actor Spitfire Productions provides an environment of self development, professionalism and the opportunity to be involved in theatre with other like minded and skilled individuals that breaks boundaries. Formed by professionals who trained and work in the industry, Spitfire is company with high expectations. We are Spitfire Productions - Get in touch!!

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    The Priory Players are a friendly amateur theatre group, open to anybody interested in amateur dramatics. All our members ‘muck in’ to do all the jobs involved in putting on plays – from acting on the stage, to helping out behind the scenes, set-building, painting, running the box-office and lighting etc, whatever aspect of theatre you are interested in, the PP’s can offer you the opportunity to try your hand. We meet every Tuesday at the Progress Hall from 8.00pm to 10.00pm and anybody who is interested in coming along one evening to see what we get up to is most welcome. The hall is situated just off Well Hall Road, Eltham SE9 1SL and is a 5 minute walk from Eltham train station, various bus routes also stop nearby. If you are coming by car there is ample parking outside the hall or in the surrounding roads. We put on three productions a year and our annual pantomime in January. Most of our pantomimes differ from the traditional pantos that other bigger theatres produce but still with a fairytale theme and lots of opportunity for audience participation (voluntary of course!). We try to appeal to the widest age range and the emphasis is always on fun and laughter. Our other two productions are usually in May and October and for these we try to find plays which challenge both audience and cast. These may be straight or comedy but tend towards contemporary drama. Check out the forthcoming productions page on our website to see what we are rehearsing at the moment.

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    We are an amateur society based in Southend-on-sea and perform two full-scale musicals a year of the highest standard. Founded in 1890 Southend Operatic and Dramatic Society (affectionately known as S.O.D.S) is one of the sixth oldest societies in the country. We are always eager to attract enthusiastic and talented new members aged 16 or over: if you can sing in tune, you are warmly welcome to come along for a very brief audition so do please contact us immediately! If you would like to support the Society but do not wish to venture onto the stage, there are numerous ways in which you can help as a Patron. For more details, contact the Membership Secretary, Rachel Wood on 08707-658753 or by email at sodsmembership@ymail.com http://www.southendoperatic.co.uk/

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    Putney Light Opera Society are based in South West London and are a frienndly, youthful group producing two shows every year, both currently at the Putney Arts Theatre. We are always on the look out for new members, whatever their talent be that singers, actors dancers or those who might want to take on an active role behind hte scenes. If interested please contact Seumas Grey on 07905 293467.

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    The South Devon Players are an award winning, small, family-friendly, completely non-profit, community theatre / amateur dramatic group based in the beautiful fishing port of Brixham; Devon (in South West England) and we perform theatre shows around Torbay, and South Devon, based on historical events, usually local history although we sometimes do deviate to wider historical stories. Founded in 2005 with the proceeds of a car-boot sale, and winning the Torbay Together Arts In The Community Award in 2010, and appearing on BBC1 national television in 2012-2013, the vast majority of our shows and projects are about local history and mythology of the South West, and are written by local authors. It is part of our ethos to promote the history of Brixham, Torbay and South Devon. We sometimes deviate to perform plays based on classical stories or other wider historical events, but our main focus is, and will always be, the history of the Southwest. Shows are performed in community venues – church halls, and community centres, in order to be able to keep ticket prices affordable for everyone, and bring theatrical experience to a wider audience. Occasionally we will perform street theatre shows as well, such street shows usually to support other local non-profit events or entertainment groups working within the community. New members are always welcomed regardless of their background, experience, beliefs or nationality; Anyone aged over 16 is welcome to join and while we are not a “youth theatre group” per se, younger people are welcome to join with the attendance of, and written permission of a parent. We aim to provide an exciting hobby, performance experience and education, and a friendly, safe, inclusive team atmosphere. The team ranges from experienced performers, through to beginners, all of whom work very hard, side by side, to create new productions. We also provide links to possible performers for local film and TV projects, whose casting agencies approach us with information on local castings – our biggest group TV credit currently being the BBC, and Disney’s casting agents having approached us (and cast two members as extras/ walk ons as a result) in their Alice In Wonderland feature film. What do we stand for? - Community involvement - Accessible performances - Promoting local heritage - Skills building and teamwork - Creative expression - The joy of excellence in creative performance Main Website - http://southdevonplayers.weebly.com Our main social networks: Youtube Facebook Tumblr Twitter Bebo Myspace Deviantart Noddleit Blogger Google+ Pinterest UK Screen Yahoo! groups Torbay Creative Stage Status Step2Collabo TV The Acting Biz http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa/MedievalXmas1285showposterBrixham.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa/showposterPaignton.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa/auditionpostermini-1.jpg Selected rehearsal and promo images from previous projects http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa/178921_10151269782685379_251121347_n.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa/ladyAliceDeFerrers1.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/saucy1.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/527048_10151081009370379_212030418_n.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/DSC_0126-1.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/DSC_0161.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/DSC_0092.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/CIMG9077.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/CIMG8820.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/darklis_ruthven/CIMG8094.jpg

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    AmAzing people, AmBitious theatre - our debut production of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice was highly proclaimed - come and see The Pajama Game in May 2013. Based in Oxfordshire. www.amegos.weebly.com

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    Amateur Theatre Group Based in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire

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    We're an amateur operatic society who specialise in musicals and concerts, we put on two shows a year at the Queen's Hall Arts Centre in Hexham. Rehearsals are about to start for our May 2013 concert Show Stoppers! where we'll be bringing a little bit of the West End to Hexham by singing songs from such well known shows as Fiddler on the Roof, Mary Poppins and Hairspray. For more information or to get in touch please; visit our website http://www.hexhamstagesociety.com Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/hexhamstagesociety or Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/hassdram

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    The Studio Theatre Club is a small, friendly, amateur drama club, with about 45 members. We've been around, under our current name, since 1969 and we are entirely self-financing. We enjoy staging plays and we want our audiences to see the best shows possible. As you'll have gathered from the 'Home' page, we also have a strong social side which extends to informal parties and meals, pub nights/pub crawls, country walks, clubbing, girls' nights, lads' nights, overnight trips, cinema & theatre visits and yes, even evenings of pizza and DVDs. HOW CAN YOU JOIN? We operate an 'open door' membership policy. You don't have to audition to join us, and play casting is done on the basis of informal group readings. Just come along for an evening and watch us rehearse or read for a part if you want: if, after that trauma, you still want to join, you're in. WILL YOU BE FORCED INTO THE LIMELIGHT? No. You'll move at your own pace. If you'd prefer to play minor rôles until you've built up confidence, that's OK. On the other hand, the STC doesn't believe that you have to have put in five years as a spear-carrier before you can be cast in principal rôles. There's no discrimination between 'principals & chorus' at the STC: all rôles are equally important to a show - "There are no small parts, only small actors". Everyone is expected to chip in as needed: playing minor rôles, doing ticket sales/the bar on the performances, helping backstage and, if they want, running the lights/sound FX. WHAT IF YOU WANT TO BE IN THE LIMELIGHT? Well, we'll try and accommodate you. Bear in mind, though, that if you join us once rehearsals for a play have already started, you might have to be prepared to take whatever's going. SO - WHAT ATTRIBUTES SHOULD YOU HAVE? A SENSE OF HUMOUR. If you can act a bit and/or hammer a nail in straight, that would be a bonus. DO YOU NEED TO BE A 'LUVVY'? http://www.studiotheatreclub.com/images/A&C10.gifhttp://www.studiotheatreclub.com/images/pikkie3.gifhttp://www.studiotheatreclub.com/images/fan3.gif Most definitely NOT. In fact, if you are, then the STC is probably not for you. We're a pretty down to earth group. We want to stage our shows as well as we can - our paying audiences deserve that - but we don't lose sight of the fact that we all joined an amdram group to enjoy ourselves. HOW MUCH? Membership is currently £15 a year. AGE RANGE Will you be too young/too old? Unlikely. Nominally our age range is 15+, but most members are in their 20s, 30s, 40s & 50s, and from a wide variety of backgrounds. We're not ageist, sexist, racialist, heightist or any other kind of ist! PAST PRODUCTIONS We try to present as wide a variety as possible of scripted drama. We have gained a reputation for innovation by aiming to stage shows that are new to Oxford audiences. We have also had success with our own stage adaptations of Monty Python's Life of Brian and Holy Grail, of Tom Sharpe's Porterhouse Blue and Blott on the Landscape and of GK Chesterton's The Man Who Was Thursday. Best-selling author Terry Pratchett has attended our world première, sell-out adaptations of eighteen of his Discworld novels. Most of these have now been published and have been staged by amateur groups in over twenty countries. Other plays new at the time to audiences in Oxford and Abingdon have included Racing Demon, Our Country's Good and An Evening with Gary Lineker. It's not all new stuff, though, and we've also staged more traditional fare, such as The Recruiting Officer, Happiest Days of your Life and Lady Windermere's Fan. We also finally got around to Shakespeare in recent years. There are some photos from past productions at the 'gallery' page. STAGING PLAYS http://www.studiotheatreclub.com/images/unicorn-int.gif We usually stage our plays at Abingdon's Unicorn Theatre. This is a picturesque, 90-seater theatre within the Old Abbey buildings. The medieval, oak-beamed hall, which has been converted into the Unicorn Theatre, has in its history also served as a grain store and as the Town Gaol. There are some directions to the theatre on our 'current plans' page. REHEARSALS http://www.studiotheatreclub.com/images/pikkie5.gifhttp://www.studiotheatreclub.com/images/WS5.gifhttp://www.studiotheatreclub.com/images/PL6.gifhttp://www.studiotheatreclub.com/images/fan1.gif Our play 'season' runs from September to July and we try to stage three productions each season. Occasionally, we also stage a summer production (usually with a smaller cast); if there's no summer production to worry about, then we continue to meet socially at pub nights during the summer break. We rehearse twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. Rehearsals usually run from 19.30 to 21.30 after which we can usually be found in the local pub. Nearer to each production, the number of rehearsals steps up slightly and in the week of a show they would be every night, including the afternoon and early evening of the previous Sunday. Rehearsals are relatively informal (to say the least). WHERE DO WE MEET? You can find us at the Bullingdon Community Centre, Peat Moors, Headington, on any Monday or Thursday during our season. We also continue to meet socially during the summer. You might prefer to email us first, to check we'll be there. Directions to the Community Centre. From the main traffic lights in Headington (Facing away from the city centre - with Barclays Bank on your left and the late-night convenience store on your right) turn right onto Windmill Road. At the junction with Old Road (just past the Nuffield Hospital on the right), go straight across at the lights. Peat Moors is the second turning on the right (the first on the right is Girdlestone Road) and the Centre is at the end of Peat Moors, on the left. CONTACT If you would like any further information before coming along, please contact: Stephen Briggs, PO Box 1486, Oxford, OX4 9DQ or email: info@studiotheatreclub.com

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    shine Theatre Group is a New Amateur Dramatics group for children and Adults We are currently auditioning for a Production of Family favourite Musical, Oliver! to be performed in Cardiff in early July 2013 Rehearsals are on Mondays 7-9pm at the Heath Citizen's Centre in Heath Park, off King George V Drive (East) Cardiff CF14 4EP The groups is open to all Adults and by audition, to children. We welcome people of all ages and abilities in Acting, Dancing and Singing plus members that are keen to do Backstage Roles. We hope to see you soon www.shineperformers.co.uk Contact info@shineperformers.co.uk or 07545 072890

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    Purple Theatre Company is a local theatre group based in Hillingdon, London. We work on an array of titles from comedy pieces to serious plays to home grown productions. We're a fun, social group who are constantly growing and inviting new members to join us on stage or off. We welcome people of all ages Our mission is to produce shows which delight and entertain the local communities and give people a chance to get involved and let their talent shine!

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    St Paul’s Players has been in existence for over 100 hundred years, and originally performed the annual pantomime and plays in the School hall of St Paul’s Church of England School.  In 1973 they moved into what is now known as the Adlington Community Centre, which for every production is converted into a theatre with raised seating.

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    Amateur dramatic society producing 4 to 5 shows a year, covering a full range of genres including drama, comedy and musical shows. Hayes, Kent - www.hayesplayers.org.uk

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    We're a local amateur dramatics group based in Winsford, for anyone aged 16 and above. We rehearse on a Monday evening from 7:30 - 9:30. A next production is Bad Girls at the Winsford Lifestyle Centre on the 20th-23rd of March starting at 7:30pm. Visit http://www.valeroyalmusicaltheatre.co.uk for more info or like our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/badgirls, usical.

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    Ravensbourne Light Operatic Society is a group of avid group of performers from all walks of life to deliver fun and highly entertaining musical productions to a very professional level. Performances usually take place at the Bob Hope Theatre, Eltham and The Churchill, Bromley. Recent productions have included Singin' In The Rain, Hot Mikado, Footloose, Bugsy Malone, Little Shop of Horrors and Crazy For You. The next production will be Grease at the Bob Hope Theatre, Eltham in May 2013 with Kander &; Ebb's Curtsins scheduled for the Autumn.

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    SMP (Saint Monica’s Players) is a north London theatre company based in Southgate/Palmers Green who have been producing musicals, pantomimes and plays for over 50 years. We perform a pantomime at the Intimate Theatre in Palmers Green and our summer show is at The 400-seater state of the art Millfield Theatre in Edmonton. We also enter play festivals and are an extremely sociable bunch. See our website below and visit us on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube! We are currently looking for cast members, especially male, for our next energetic and fast-paced show in June: "OUR HOUSE" (The Madness Musical)... see our website for details. http://www.smptheatre.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/smptheatre?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/groups/47163868475/?fref=ts https://twitter.com/StMonicaPlayers

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    The Magdalene Players are an Amateur Drama Group based in Wandsworth, London, England. We have been performing pantos, musicals, high drama and farce since 1980. We are proud of what we have achieved and over the years there have been many high points. You can follow us on Twitter: @MagdalenePlayer or join our supporters' group on Facebook!

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    Amateur theatre group based in Colnbrook, Berkshire who stage a mix of plays, musical &; pantomimes as well as operating an Academy group for those aged 10 to 18 yrs.

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    EODS is one of the oldest amateur theatre groups in the country, having started way back in 1881.  We put on 2 or 3 shows a year, mostly at the Evesham Arts Centre in Worcestershire. We perform a mix of Musicals, Plays and Concert style/Jukebox musical style shows.

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    A drama club that puts on two shows a year in Riding Mill, Northumberland. We have approximately 50 members and new members are always welcome. 

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    Llandaff Musical Society is an amateur theatrical group based in Cardiff. We perform at least one large scale musical/operetta each year and various concerts and an annual pantomime. Recent productions have ranged from Gilbert and Sullivan to musicals such as 'Anything Goes' and 'Calamity Jane'.   Are you an aspiring actor or singer? Even if you've never set foot on stage before but have ambitions in any area of performance or production, Llandaff Musical Society would love to hear from you, as we are always looking for new members.   Our friendly company is made up of theatrical enthusiasts from all walks of life; all ages are represented. Our society admits members from 16 to 100! Don't forget it's not just acting members who are encouraged to join. We are always on the look out for those who would also be more interested in the technical side of the theatre. So whether you are itching to "tread the boards" or are interested in stage management, lighting or sound.

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