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  1. Clacton and Frinton Gazette Seaview Players host another whodunnit night Clacton and Frinton Gazette Following last weekend's special Murder Mystery Evening, the Seaview Players are back once again for another whodunnit. A Dramatic Murder has been written and directed by the Seaview's very own Joshua Betteridge and itself continues previous ... View the full article
  2. BCLocalNews B2B season has rare Island line-up of shows in Qualicum Beach BCLocalNews “Not one of these shows has been staged on Vancouver Island by an amateur theatre before so we are extremely excited to bring them to Oceanside,” said Gary Brown, co-chair or B2B's artistic direction committee, and director of Chicago. “To be the first ... View the full article
  3. Bdaily Celebrating the Father's of Engineering Bdaily In 1977 Joe joined T. Kilroe & Sons Civil Engineering, a tunnelling specialist firm, where he was able to rise, becoming a contract manager and in 1992 achieving his first Directorship, running highways and local authority groups. Joe now runs ... But ... View the full article
  4. Riverine Herald Denham has taken his final curtain call Riverine Herald “The last three shows all received standing ovations; that just doesn't happen in amateur theatre, especially in small country towns. “I know I go over the top, and am always clapping everything, but this was really special, we even had people coming ... View the full article
  5. Western Advocate TOO good for creative ex-Charles Sturt University trio Western Advocate Rebekka Manns, from Cobar, Taylah Evans, from Grong Grong, east of Narrendera, and local girl Gabrielle Allen graduated from CSU last year with a Bachelor of Communications specialising in theatre/media and have since formed an amateur theatre group ... View the full article
  6. Critics' picks: A Chorus of Disapproval; Laketown Shakedowns; Kaleidoscope Theatre's family festival Times Colonist Why: Langham Court is closing out its 89th season with Alan Ayckbourn's play within a play about a British amateur theatre company attempting to stage a version of The Beggar's Opera — with disastrous results. With direction from Wendy Merk, A Chorus ... View the full article
  7. West Leeds Dispatch (blog) Know a West Leeds 'good egg'? Get cracking and nominate them for award! West Leeds Dispatch (blog) A local sports club organiser, mental health support group leader, dramatic amateur dramatics performances, community gardener … the list is endless. We like to celebrate our wide West Leeds community and we believe that those volunteers who put in ... View the full article
  8. Tacoma To Host Community Theatre Festival Exit 133 (press release) (blog) For those planners out there. Here's two year's notice on a great sounding opportunity for Tacoma. Tacoma, WA – Tacoma Little Theatre (TLT), Tacoma Musical Playhouse (TMP) and The Washington State Community Theatre Association (WSCTA) have ... View the full article
  9. Bendigo Advertiser Looking for something to do this week? We have it covered Bendigo Advertiser There are exhibitions, latest products and various demonstrations. The weekend also features adult entertainment such as local food and wine tastings, DIY demonstrations and Australian Fishing Shows, along with children's entertainment, jumping castles ... View the full article
  10. Richmondshire Today Final preparations for 126th Richmond Meet Richmondshire Today There will then be a church service this year at the Methodist Church on Sunday which will be attended by local dignitaries. This story ... The badge designed by Lorraine reflects her interests and hobbies, including music, sewing and amateur dramatics. View the full article
  11. Local woman given prestigious honour at Scottish festival Times & Star Daughter of local doctor, Dr George M Thomas, Katharine and her family lived in Stainburn, until she left the area to train as a paediatric nurse at Great Ormond Street Hospital, later working in Leicester, Nottingham and Norfolk before moving to ... and more » View the full article
  12. The Stage Amber Massie-Blomfield: Hidden gems open up theatre to a wider range of audiences The Stage After the conflict ended, Cade found herself in Cornwall, and became involved with the local amateur dramatics group. When, in the early 1930s, they decided to perform Shakespeare's The Tempest, she volunteered to create a theatre in her garden, which ... View the full article
  13. The Stage Mark Shenton: Professional versus amateur: in theatre, what's the difference? The Stage Tony Gibbs, chief executive of umbrella organisation the National Operatic and Dramatic Association, told the Independent's Holly Williams at the time: “Amateur theatre still has to overcome a lot of stereotypes. 'Amdram' tends to be shorthand for poor ... View the full article
  14. Amdram Wanganui double bill will demonstrate actors' versatility New Zealand Herald Whanganui theatre-goers can look forward to an exciting experience this week with the opening of Amdram Wanganui's Fringed on Thursday night. Director Mel Hawkins says the same cast will perform two one-act plays on each of the three nights. "They are ... View the full article
  15. Leigh Times News in Brief... Leigh Times Children will also be entertained by various stalls and performances from local amateur dramatics and dance groups…and a princess appearance. ONE of Leigh's latest new restaurants, the Navana, at 136 Broadway – the old Midel building – has submitted a ... View the full article

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