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    Autobahn by Neil LaButeThursday, 30 May 2013 - Saturday, 01 June 2013 Synopsis   'Autobahn' is a collection of seven short plays by West End favourite Neil LaBute. Each play delves into the private lives of a pair seated in a car in suburban America. The stories reveal that even the most ordinary-looking of people can have the deepest, darkest secrets. Funny tells the tale of a mother and daughter taking a leisurely drive and discussing their family. The daughter relates a film she saw with her friends and what she has been up to the past few weeks, but are their lives really that simple? Bench Seat is the story of a young couple in love and their evening together at a local beauty spot, but is this a couple made to last? All Apologies sees a man apologise to his wife, but just what is it that he has really done? Long Division is about a man, his games console and a messy break-up. Is now his window of opportunity? Merge is a disturbing tale about what happened to a man's wife in her hotel room during a business trip away. Autobahn explores the intricacies of fostering as a couple returns from a trip to their son's social worker. Road Trip sees a man and his little girl take a trip across the States, but is this trip a trip too far? Performances The show is being performed on the following dates: Thursday, 30 May 2013 @ 7:30PM Friday, 31 May 2013 @ 7:30PM Saturday, 01 June 2013 @ 2:30PM Saturday, 01 June 2013 @ 7:30PM

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    Based in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, A590 Youth Theatre have 2 groups: Juniors 7 - 13years and Seniors 13+years. We meet on Monday evenings at Nelson Street Community Centre.   Mission Statement Our mission is to give young people the opportunity to learn new skills through dance, drama and music. We also aim to help the children improve their confidence and teach them team-building skills.

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    Abingdon Drama Club was 70 years old in 2014! Each year ADC produces three shows at the Unicorn Theatre in Abingdon. These are an eclectic mix of modern dramas, classics and comedies. Also, every other year, we produce our very popular ADC pantomime. Have a look at our archive to find out more about the wide range of shows we have produced over the past 70 years. Once you join the club you can take part in every show and activity. You do not need to audition to become a club member. There are castings for every production and every member, new or old, has the same chance of being cast in a leading role. All you need in order to be cast is enthusiasm and commitment. Please get in touch with us if you are interested in getting involved backstage. There are a huge number of different jobs that need to be done in order to get a show onto the stage and lots of them do not involve any acting. ADC is a very friendly club with a family atmosphere. New members soon become part of the family. Theatre takes a lot of time and effort to produce but the rewards are huge. Get in touch to find out more about ADC and about how you could be part of the next 70 years!   We are on Facebook and Twitter and you can click through to those social media sites via our website: www.abingdon-drama-club.com or you can e-mail us at enquiries@abingdon-drama-club.com   Have fun!

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    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.

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    We are a fairly new Performing Arts Company that has been running for about a year now, we are going to be sharing a studio with a local Dance Academy who have just acquired a unit on an industrial estate to turn into a Dance School. We are in desperate need of funding for Flooring, Mirrors and Ballet Barres, the flooring cost will be around £2,000.00 (unless somebody can help us cheaper?). Could anyone help us please?

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    Founded in 1945, Adel Players is a long-established amateur drama group with at present over 40 members.We put on three plays a year in our own theatre space at the Adel Memorial Hall in North Leeds as part of the Adel Sports &; Social Club (Adel War Memorial Association).We are a friendly group with adult members of all ages and from all walks of life. What we all have in common is a shared enjoyment of bringing plays to life for our audiences.We vary our choice of plays so that there is something for everyone - comedies, thrillers, dramas and farces - and many of our audience members have become so loyal that they book tickets before we've started rehearsing the next production!Find out more by visiting our website at http://www.adel-players.org.uk and contact us for further details.   You can also connect with us on Facebook and adelplayers.  

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    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

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    Aldermaston Players are an amateur dramatic group that perform musicals, revues and plays for the benefit of our local community and the theatre loving public in our area. Performing since 1996 but took the bold step to become official in Sep 2011. More information on our website http://www.aldermastonplayers.co.uk or on FB at http://www.facebook.com/AldermastonPlayers Do get in touch if you're interested in any part of theatrical performance: onstage, backstage, front of house or audience!

  • 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

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    Alrewas Dramatic Society was established in 1957 and is still going strong. Based in Staffordshire and just north of Lichfield, we aim to produce good quality amateur productions to a professional standard on a local stage for the local community. We generally do three productions each year with at least one production each year being either a Panto or a Variety Show. These are complemented with different styles of plays. Upcoming Production: A Few Good Men (25-28th April 2012) Recent productions: Teechers (2011)The Three Musketeers - Panto (2011)Twelfth Night (2010)An Inspector Calls (2010) www.alrewasdrama.com

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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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    Bradwell Amateur Dramatic Society (BADS), are a group based in Bradwell on Sea, Essex.   With a long history and many productions, BADS provide an ongoing program of entertainment and social events for the local community. The group also supports other local groups, events, activities and charities. There is a strong social approach to what we do with few issues with ego's. We're a friendly bunch!   If you'd like to know more, please visit our website:   www.bradamdram.co.uk   or email us at:   info@bradamdram.co.uk   You can also follow us on Twitter!  

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    A vibrant group of amateur dramatic enthusiasts, based in Bathford village outside Bath, UK. We put on 2 shows per year - typically a family pantomime over the late festive season and a straight play in October. Website at www.bathfordplayers.co.uk.

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    Friendly amateur theatre group based in Watford Herts/Northwest Middlesex area performing shows at the Watford Pump House theatre. We cover a full range of Dramas, Comedies, Farces, Whodunnits and musicals. members always needed for every aspect of amateur theatre,and this is not limited to acting, directing and backstage. Experienced or beginner - we have a place for you. We achieve sell-out performances and have been established since 1946. Call 07917 324179 for more information. As at November 2012 we are about to perform a large-cast musical production of 'Jack the Ripper' at The Pump House Theatre, Watford WD17 2JP from November 28th to December 1st 2012. This is a colourful, large-cast musical production, written in 1974 by Ron Pember (book and lyrics) and Denis de Marne (music), which re-creates, in a light-hearted and comic way, an atmospheric commentary on the savage Ripper murders of 1888. Again please call 07917 324179 for more information - but be quick as this show is also fast selling out. email: publicity@belmonttheatre.co.uk

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    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

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    The History Of Brampton Players 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

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    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.

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    Musical Theatre Bristol Musical Comedy Club is one of Bristol's foremost amateur Theatre clubs. We were established in 1926 and have been providing entertainment for the people of Bristol ever since. Bristol Musical Comedy Clubs current production of Sweet Charity is to be performed at the Redgrave theatre from the 7th to the 11th of June 2011. Optimistic Charity Hope Valentine a woman who always gives her heart and her dreams to the wrong man. Following the story of the gullible Charity and her misadventures in love this 1960's Musical Hit with score by Cy Coleman, Lyrics by Dorothy Field and Book by Neil Simon features many favorite hits such as Hey, Big Spender; If My Friends Could See Me Now and The Rhythm of Life. This new exciting production will have you laughing and dancing in the aisles, colorful, sexy and full of surprises, a dance extravaganza and a story with real heart. Tickets &;Acirc;&;pound;10-12.50 www.ticketsource.co.uk/bmcctickets www.bmccproductions.com Contact Information Contact Address: www.bmccproductions.com Contact Telephone Number: Website: http://www.bmccproductions.com/index.htm NODA Region: South West Area Rehearsal Information: Rehearsal Venue http://www.bmccprodu...s.com/page6.htm Production Venue Redgrave Theatre Percival Rd Clifton Bristol BS8 3LE

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    An amateur dramatics group who perform 2 musicals a year at the Bob Hope theatre in Eltham.   We rehearse Tuesdays and some Thursdays.   Recent shows include Peter Pan, Chess, Rent, The Wedding Singer, Boogie Nights and Children of Eden.   The society was awarded a a 'Flame' award from NODA in 2012 for our production of Rent and our 'Mimi' was nominated for best female by NODA.   We are always looking for new members so if you want to join us feel free to contact us on here/twitter/facebook or email us at bromley_players@hotmail.com

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    Broughton Drama Group is a community drama group, situated in the village of Broughton just outside Chester. We currently have over 60 members ranging in age from 10 - 80 years old. we do all types of drama and perform a pantomime every year in February and perform plays/ musical theatre shows throughout the remainder of the year. During the summer we generally hold acting skills/singing/dance workshops which allows our members to develop and enhance their skills. Badg is a registered charity. our rehearsal evenings are wednesday 7.30pm -9.30pm and friday 8pm-10pm at the junior school in broughton We are always looking for new members to join the group whether as actors or production crew. Contact Terri Dunn 07794083146 or terridunn2@hotmail.com Contact Justyn Jones 07841752510 or justynjones@hotmail.co.uk

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    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 cadoschingfordbox@hotmail.co.uk

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    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

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