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  1. You may or may not have noticed but we've had to take the step of removing the drama group functionality as part of our recent updates. Unfortunately an upgrade to the core software that underpins Amdram.net forced this change. We have plans to replace the functionality in the not too distant future and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause
  2. Tickets are only £15 for adults and £10 for under 14s. Ring Jacquie on 07712 485211 or Sue on 07806 786327 to order tickets.
  3. Tickets are only £15 for adults and £10 for under 14s. Ring Jacquie on 07712 485211 or Sue on 07806 786327 to order tickets. View full article
  4. Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Book of Musical and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone bursts to life on the Bridewell Theatre stage this May. A Man sits at home, and looks for a cure for his “non-specific sadness”. He turns to his record collection and selects a little-known recording from the glory days of Broadway, “The Drowsy Chaperone”. As the record plays, we are transported into the world of a 1920s musical where there are gangsters, mistaken identities and a wedding that may or may not happen. While the musical comes to life around him, we not only learn more about the characters of the farcical production, but more about The Man and how he came to be sitting alone, feeling blue. Both a riot of musical silliness, and a commentary on the transformative powers of story-telling, this short show will appeal to the theatre geek in all of us. Bridewell Theatre Bride Lane, Fleet Street London EC4Y 8EQ 3-13 May 2017
 Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinees at 2.30pm No show on Sunday or Monday (amdram calendar will not accept that info!) Box office: sedos.co.uk Tickets £14.50-23 Early bird offer: buy tickets before the end of March 2017 and get £1 off the price of a ticket (discount prices automatically shown on the box office for all tickets bought before 31 March) View full article
  5. Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Book of Musical and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone bursts to life on the Bridewell Theatre stage this May. A Man sits at home, and looks for a cure for his “non-specific sadness”. He turns to his record collection and selects a little-known recording from the glory days of Broadway, “The Drowsy Chaperone”. As the record plays, we are transported into the world of a 1920s musical where there are gangsters, mistaken identities and a wedding that may or may not happen. While the musical comes to life around him, we not only learn more about the characters of the farcical production, but more about The Man and how he came to be sitting alone, feeling blue. Both a riot of musical silliness, and a commentary on the transformative powers of story-telling, this short show will appeal to the theatre geek in all of us. Bridewell Theatre Bride Lane, Fleet Street London EC4Y 8EQ 3-13 May 2017
 Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinees at 2.30pm No show on Sunday or Monday (amdram calendar will not accept that info!) Box office: sedos.co.uk Tickets £14.50-23 Early bird offer: buy tickets before the end of March 2017 and get £1 off the price of a ticket (discount prices automatically shown on the box office for all tickets bought before 31 March)
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    I don't think you've added enough details?
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    Feel free to add an article on the front page if you'd like more coverage
  8. Why not add this to our event calendar or write an article for it to be featured on the front page?
  9. Julie, Sorry the link is broken and the scripts database is not working properly. We will address. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is available from Josef Weinberger here: http://www.josef-weinberger.com/musicals/musical/chitty-chitty-bang-bang.html
  10. We try to provide a similar experience across desktop, tablet and mobile device so that you can use the site wherever you might be! If you're on the way to work and are wanting to engage with other amdrammers then why not post in the forum? If you're responsible for publicity and you need to "drum up" some more support then you can quickly add an event to the calendar or write an article We're also encouraging all members who post articles to include at least one photo - It's great to see photos or posters in promotional information!
  11. We try to provide a similar experience across desktop, tablet and mobile device so that you can use the site wherever you might be! If you're on the way to work and are wanting to engage with other amdrammers then why not post in the forum? If you're responsible for publicity and you need to "drum up" some more support then you can quickly add an event to the calendar or write an article We're also encouraging all members who post articles to include at least one photo - It's great to see photos or posters in promotional information! View full article
  12. Amdram.net - The Social Network for Amateur Theatre has undergone significant change over the Christmas period and whilst the functionality the site offers remains largely unchanged we have undertaken a major upgrade to the software that underpins the site. What can you expect from Amdram.net - The Social Network in Amateur Theatre in 2016 Groups - We've upgraded the group functionality on the site to allow "Group Owners@ to manage their groups and their own forums much in the way that Facebook allows Page administrators to manage pages - We have plans to enhance the group functionality further but are keen to get feedback on what groups and users would like to see Calendar - We still offer the same great event functionality that you've enjoyed before but we've enhanced the integration with Google Maps so that you easily add a location for your event and we've also made it easier for you to link to publicity material that you can store in the gallery and reuse throughout Amdram.net Scripts - We're still growing our scripts database and we are keen to get feedback on what groups and users would like to see. Forums, Galleries & Blogs - We still offer the same great forums and blogs functionality, it has been enhanced and made easier to use Please feel free to comment or create a topic in the Feedback forum with any ideas or suggestions that you have
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    Don't forget to add an article too so that we can display it on the front page
  14. Apologies, this has now been fixed
  15. I'm not sure what you mean?

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