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2 Faced Productions
Amateur Club: We are a new society based in Essex to perform new and modern musicals. We will be performing our debut production A Slice of Saturday Night at the Towngate Theatre on January 11th - 12th 2002. Tel: 01268 467 071
Updated: 11th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/twofacedproductions
3D Theatre Company
Amateur Club: 3D Theatre Company are an award winning amateur theatre group based in Rochdale, Lancs. Since their formation in 1993 they have earned a high reputation throughout Greater Manchester for professional approach in presenting quality drama.
Updated: 16th Jan 2001 (edit)
http://3dtheatrecompany.co.uk
Abbey Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Abbey Theatre Club, Arbroath. Amateur theatre club.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/Broadway/1958/index.html
Aberdare Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Depot Road Aberdare Mid Glam Web site: Littletheatre.co.uk
Updated: 18th Mar 2001 (edit)
Abingdon Drama Club
Amateur Club: Abingdon based drama club.
Updated: 17th Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.abingdon44.freeserve.co.uk/
Abingdon Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Based in Abingdon, Oxon, we perform two musicals a year and put on an occasional concert.Founded in 1958 the society has grown to a membership of around 150 with a very loyal following among our audience. Membership is by audition only and backstage work by application. We perform in Abingdon Schools purpose built theatre which seats about 380. For more details please contact us.
Updated: 13th Sep 2000 (edit)
Abingdon Touring Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Abingdon Touring Theatre Company was formed in 2005 to give touring experience to talented gap year students, help schools develop English and Drama programmes and raise the profile of theatre in rural communities. Our first production, Alan Bennett's 'Talking Heads', will tour Oxfordshire in February/March 2006. We have an outstanding cast, and it be an opportunity to potentially see a star of the future.
Updated: 6th Jan 2006 (edit)
http://www.attc.org.uk
Absolute Banana Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We are a Birmingham based amateur theatre company, run on a not-for-profit basis. Our productions have been staged in Birmingham and at the Edinburgh Fringe festival for the past 15 years and have attracted rave reviews and sell-out audiences.
Updated: 16th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.absolutebanana.co.uk
Absolute Beginners
Amateur Club: The Absolute Beginners is the senior drama group of Alcester Grammar School (Warwickshire, England).
Updated: 29th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.absolutebeginners.co.uk
ACE
Amateur Club: ACE - Amateur Community Entertainers - is based in East Grinstead, West Sussex. Amongst other things, we perform the annual pantomime at the local theatre, Chequer Mead. Please see our website for more details.
Updated: 3rd Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.acepanto.org.uk/
Act 2 Productions
Amateur Club: We are a small (but growing) amateur group in the St Albans/Hatfield area of Hertfordshire. More information about us and our current shows can be found on our website.
Updated: 26th Mar 2004 (edit)
http://www.act2productions.co.uk
ACT Ariel Company Theatre
Amateur Club: A lively refreshing company dedicated to performing modern shows. Our next production will be "Jesus Christ SuperStar" at Chequer Mead November 2004. If you have experience with modern rock opera's and would like to participate in this exiting show, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Updated: 1st May 2003 (edit)
http://www.arielct.co.uk
ACT Company
Amateur Club: A Luton based open group founded by two local enthusiasts. We present a cross-section of theatre be it Shakespeare, plays, musicals or competing in festivals and welcome those who are both committed, keen and wish to be part of our efforts to present high quality amateur theatre.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://ds.dial.pipex.com/act.company
Act One
Amateur Club: Cardiff University Drama Society
Updated: 9th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.actonecardiff.co.uk
ACT One (Youth Theatre Group)
Amateur Club: Young People's Musical Theatre Group for age range 10 - 18, based in Shepshed, Leics. Set up in 1996 as an independant youth theatre and designed to educate and develop theatre in young people, particularly musicals. Perform one major show each year in January, and staged concert in May/June. Entry is by satisfactory audition. Past shows - Alice (97), The Wizard Of Oz (98), Dracula Spectacula (99), Fame-The Musical (00), Sweet Charity (01), Barnum (02), Guys And Dolls (03). For more details, see our website
Updated: 4th Jun 2003 (edit)
http://www.act-one.co.uk
Act One Pantomimes
Amateur Club: Act One Pantomimes has been producing pantomimes in West London since 1977. We're now based in Harpenden and planning for our latest production. Visit our website to find out more about us and our current production. Ticket reservations are also available on-line.
Updated: 7th Jun 2007 (edit)
http://www.actonepantomimes.co.uk
Act One Productions Wirral
Amateur Club: Act One Productions is a community based entertainment group who perform two shows a year at The Little Theatre Birkenhead Merseyside
Updated: 8th Jun 2006 (edit)
http:www.actoneproductions.co.uk
Act Too Productions
Amateur Club: Evolution for theatre in the new Millennium. If you are keen, dedicated and talented we can give you immediate opportunities in the Sussex area to perfom; Musicals, Plays, Bands, Solo Artists, as a technician or even as a writer. We'd love to hear from you
Updated: 11th Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.ActToo.co.uk
ACT!
Amateur Club: The Acting For Charity Theatre. Based in Kidderminster. We put on high quality productions in aid of local charities. One major production is staged anually plus other smaller events throughout the year..
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.act99.freeserve.co.uk
Adastra Theatre Company
Amateur Club: UK-wide amateur theatre group.
Updated: 30th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.adastra.org.uk
Addlestone Community Theatre
Amateur Club: Based in Addlestone Community Centre, Surrey we are a group with thriving adult and junior sections. We try to produce a pantomime, variety show and two plays annually.
Updated: 19th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.addlestone-community-theatre.org.uk
Adlington Music and Arts Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 10th Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.adlingtonmusicandarts.com
Albrighton Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: The Albrighton Operatic Society perform musical shows for the benefit of the local community. We rehearse on Wednesdays at 7.30pm at the Albrighton Junior School, Newhouse Lane, Albrighton, Wolverhampton, West Midlands. New members are always welcome (ages 16+) and should contact: John Eaton on 01902 441606 or E-Mail: jonweaton@hotmail.com.
Updated: 12th Jun 2002 (edit)
Albrighton Players Drama Group
Amateur Club: Albrighton Players Drama Group, a small group based on the Wolverhampton/Shropshire border whoput on two productions a year. Members of the Wolverhampton Drama Federation.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/mark.davis1/apdg.html
Alderley & Wilmslow Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Founded in 1947, we perform one major musical a year in November at the Evans Theatre, Wilmslow and one cabaret-style performance. Winners of the 1998 /99 season Manchester Musical Awards, Best Musical. A high standard of performance from multi-age casts.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.a-waos.freeserve.co.uk
Aldersbrook Players
Amateur Club: A friendly company producing normally three plays a year plus panto. Based in Wanstead, east London, E11
Updated: 30th Jan 2002 (edit)
http://www.carr.f9.co.uk/theatre
Alexandra Players
Amateur Club: Plays, Reviews and Pantos at the Alexandra Hall, Bramshot Avenue,London SE7. Next production May 10-12 2007.
Updated: 28th Apr 2007 (edit)
All Saints Musical Productions
Amateur Club: All Saints Musical Productions based in Eccles, Manchester are putting on their next show - SWEET CHARITY at The Lowry between 19th to 23rd March. Shows are nightly at 7.30pm and a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm. Tickets available in advance from 0161 703 7651 and are priced at £8, £10 and £12.
Updated: 29th Jan 2002 (edit)
Alsager Community Theatre
Amateur Club: Amateur group in Cheshire.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.compulink.co.uk/~lewis/act.htm
ALTCO Community Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We are a Leeds (West Yorkshire) professional theatre company who specialise in community-based Theatre-In-Education performances. These take the form of both workshops and performances in local schools and community centres, tec.
Updated: 3rd Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.altco.co.uk/
Alternate Shadows
Amateur Club: Based in Rochester, Kent. Productions range from serious drama to comedy, including original sketch shows.
Updated: 15th Sep 2002 (edit)
http://www.alternate-shadows.co.uk
Altrincham Garrick Society
Amateur Club: 2000 / 2001 Season information now available. Contact NEV ROBY on 0161 929 8779. Bookings now being taken 0161 928 1677.
Updated: 8th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.altrinchamgarrick.co.uk
Amateur Theatre Directory
Amateur Club: Human edited web directory for all things amdram. Whether you are an amdram group or a budding writer, you can add your website to our directory for free! If you are looking for amdram resources, our directory has everything you could possibly need! All entries are edited by a human so you will only find websites with relevance to the amdram community.
Updated: 12th Jan 2009 (edit)
http://www.amateurtheatredirectory.co.uk
Anglia Theatre Society
Amateur Club: Anglia Theatre Society, based in Cambridge at the Mumford Theatre. Enjoy....!
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/CollegePark/Campus/4873
Anne Knight
Amateur Club: I am a playwright with eighteen years' experience of writing for amateur theatre. I specialise in comedies but have also written, in conjunction with a musician, two musicals. All of my work has been successfully produced by various companies. If you would like my brochure, please e-mail me.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
Anonymous Players
Amateur Club: Anonymous Players of Lytham St Annes in Lancashire. Amateur theatre club.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/chrism_jones
AnotherMoose Productions
Amateur Club: AnotherMoose is a Voluntary community performing arts group that has won solid support from the people of Torfaen. We Stage plays, musicals, pantomimes and workshops that give everyone a chance to join in. Our aim is to get the community dancing, singing, acting, building sets, making music - you name it. The demand is out there. Response from the public has been so great we have had to rewrite shows on a bigger scale, and new members are joining every week to volunteer their time. When we say AnotherMoose is for everyone, we mean it. Wheelchair ramps and ground floor toilets garantee access for people with disabilities and we operate non-discriminatory policies. We want to bring together all members of the community, and reach out to offer them a range of quality experiences and resources. In just one year AnotherMoose has established deep roots throughout the borough. We have small premises, volunteer staff and enormous community support. AnotherMoose is here to stay.
Updated: 14th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.berriepie.co.uk
Anstey Players
Amateur Club: A local club, doing a couple of productions a years, usually a pantomime and a play. We aim to provide good, alround fun for the everyone.
Updated: 6th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.ansteyplayers.8m.com
ANTA - Portuguese Association of Amateur Theatre
Amateur Club: Portal of the association. It wil be on line nest 21 march (portuguese national day of amateur theatre.
Updated: 24th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.anta.pt
Apex Players
Amateur Club: Small friendly group in Sheffield. The group was founded in 1973. We meet on Tuesday evenings at the Gardeners Rest on Neepsend Lane. We perform at the Library Theatre in May and October. New members given warm welcome. No experience necessary, just enthusiasm. Please get in touch if you are interested in acting, backstage or front-of-house. For details of our next play, please check our new website! Email us via the website.
Updated: 24th Aug 2004 (edit)
http://www.apexplayers.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk
Apex Players, Cumbernauld
Amateur Club: Apex Players, Cumbernauld. Visit our website and read our history, sign up for our Newsletter and more! We are always looking for new members. Three productions per year.
Updated: 25th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.apexplayers.co.uk
Applause Productions
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre group putting on high quality musicals in North Lincolnshire.
Updated: 2nd Mar 2003 (edit)
Archway Theatre
Amateur Club: Established in the 1950's, this thriving and still growing theatre in it's unique setting under railway arches, produces 10 plays a year, plus many social and community events. It has a youth theatre workshop which promotes the self confidence and creativity of it's members as well as an enjoyment and participation in theatre in all it's forms.
Updated: 17th Mar 2004 (edit)
http://archwaytheatre.co.uk
Arena Theatre
Amateur Club: Based in Bournemouth, we put on dramas, classics and musicals twice a year.
Updated: 28th Sep 2006 (edit)
http://www.arenatheatre.co.uk
Argosy PLayers
Amateur Club: Having been in existence for over 50 years Argosy Players is an informal and sociable drama society with a membership of about 70. The group has successfully presented numerous productions to audiences throughout the Hillingdon. Although not a musical society, over the years it has staged a number of musical productions with considerable success. Their main venue, at present, is the Compass Theatre in Ickenham which has proven very popular with audiences, and their annual pantomime and occasi
Updated: 11th Feb 2007 (edit)
Ariel Company Theatre (ACT)
Amateur Club: An ambitious theatre company based in SUSSEX. Our next production will be "Jesus Christ Superstar" in October 2004. So if you have previous experience in a rock opera we would love to hear from you!
Updated: 13th Jul 2003 (edit)
http://www.arielct.co.uk
Arrow Players
Amateur Club: Arrow Players was formed in 1965 as the drama group of the Church of St. Edmund the King, Northwood Hills. We do 2 or 3 shows a year, one of which is a traditional family Pantomime that has a very high reputation in the area. Our other shows tend to be comedies or farces, with occasional musicals such as Godspell. Our members come from a wide area, including Northwood, Pinner, Harrow, Ruislip, Eastcote, Rickmansworth, Watford and Chorleywood. We meet on Friday evenings at S
Updated: 29th Apr 2004 (edit)
Artisans
Amateur Club: Hornchurch, Essex
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.baldy.demon.co.uk/ArtisansWeb
Artistic Radish Theatre
Amateur Club: Market Deeping - Lincolnshire Quality amateur dramatics in an enjoyable atmosphere.
Updated: 2nd May 2000 (edit)
arundel players
Amateur Club: The Imaginary Invalid by Moliere at The Priory Playhouse, Arundel Road, Arundel West Sussex. 21st-26th January 2002. For tickets please call 01903 774390.
Updated: 4th Dec 2001 (edit)
Ashbeian Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Amateur Musical Theatre Group based in Ashby de la Zouch, Leics. We perform American, English musicals and Operetta. Total membership is 50, age range 14 to 70 years. Our next show is "The Pajama Game" in March 2004. New members welcome, and for our next show we need a qualified knife thrower!!
Updated: 27th Apr 2003 (edit)
http://www.ashby-zouch.demon.co.uk
Ashtead Players
Amateur Club: Ashtead Players is an amateur dramatics group performing comedies and dramas twice a year in Ashtead in Surrey.
Updated: 5th Aug 2001 (edit)
http://www.ashteadplayers.org.uk
Aston University Music Soceity
Amateur Club: Aston University's Music Society is run by and for students and staff of Aston University in Birmingham. The society produced its first full musical in March 2001 - Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and appeared on BBC Midlands Today in December 2000. The society's aim is to encourage participation in musical activity and to get students and staff watching concerts and musicals.
Updated: 3rd Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.musicsoc.co.uk
ATG
Amateur Club: ATG are an amateur drama group based in Warlingham, Surrey. We perform three shows a year and tackle anything from musicals, comedy, one-acts, full-length plays, pantos and new work. There is a huge social scene including awards evenings, bar-b-qs, parties, bowling and regular trips to the pub. We are always looking for new talent and anyone over 16 can join.
Updated: 19th Oct 2006 (edit)
http://www.atgdramagroup.co.uk
Attic Theatre
Amateur Club: Aberdeen based amateur group.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.btinternet.com/~a.c.robertson
AUDITIONS
Amateur Club: Sunday, 11th June 2006 Auditions are being held for Xposed Productions' latest production, Movies in Motion. The auditions are open to everyone, no age restrictions apply. We are looking for both male and female dancers & singers. If you are interested in joining the cast please visit our website for further details: http://www.xposedproductions.co.uk or email: auditions@xposedproductions.co.uk
Updated: 20th Apr 2006 (edit)
http://www.xposedproductions.co.uk
Aunt Letty Productions
Amateur Club: Aunt Letty Productions is a young company that presents theatrical works by vibrant young writers new to the stage. We are based in Liverpool, and are currently in rehersal for 'Clubbing', an original piece by [Craig Stevenson]. Contact The Flying Picket, Hardman Street for more details.
Updated: 4th Aug 1999 (edit)
Avalon Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Croydon, South London
Updated: 15th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.avalontheatrecompany.co.uk
Avonside Players
Amateur Club: We are a small theatre group situated in Shakespeares Town, Stratford upon Avon. We perform 2 plays a year, and are affiliated to the Methodist Church.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
B.R.O.S. Musical Productions
Amateur Club: BROS Musical Productions perform in Bognor Regis, West Sussex. BROS vary their shows according to membership and can and will do most shows from the ever popular Rodgers & Hammerstein to the lesser known Menken. Their recent productions include "The Mitford Girls", "Little Shop Of Horrors", "Return To The Forbidden Planet" and "Sweeney Todd". The next production is "Me And My Girl" in May 2003. BROS have existed since 1925.
Updated: 8th Apr 2003 (edit)
http://www.bros.fsnet.co.uk
Backstage Technical Services
Amateur Club: The University of Bath Backstage Technical Services.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.bath.ac.uk/~su2bc/home.html
Backstreet Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. Set up in1997 to promote youth in the theatre age range is -16+. An older group (16-20) is planned for 2000.If you are interested in acting backstage etc. contact us. Boys are needed for 2000.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
Bacup Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: See Royal Court Theatre Link
Updated: 12th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.geocites.com/royalcourttheatre/royalcourttheatre.html
Ballywillan Drama Group
Amateur Club: The Ballywillan Drama Group is based in the North Coast of Ireland, in a town called Portrush. It was formed in 1952 and has been staging shows annually ever since. It has grown from a small church group into one of Northern Ireland's largest Drama Groups. With a strong background in drama, it has recently moved into the world of musicals and has enjoyed much success in this field.
Updated: 22nd Jan 2001 (edit)
http://www.ballywillan.com
Banbury Cross Players
Amateur Club: Established over 50 years ago, we are Banbury's Leading Amateur Dramatic Society. We put on four Productions a year ranging from Classic to Contemporary, Shakespeare to Shaffer. We are always on the lookout for new members (acting or otherwise
Updated: 28th Jun 2006 (edit)
Banbury Cross Players
Amateur Club: present Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - a zany comedy of murder, chocolate and a night on the Embankment in 1890s London. 27/2/2008 to 1/3/2008 Times and ticket information from the Box Office 01295 279002
Updated: 1st Jan 2008 (edit)
http://www.banburycrossplayers.co.uk
Bangor Drama Club
Amateur Club:
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://members.aol.com/bangordram/index.htm
Bangor Drama Club Northern Ireland
Amateur Club: An amateur Theatre Group of long standing
Updated: 22nd Nov 1998 (edit)
BAODS
Amateur Club: See links to Bacup Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society and Royal Court Theatre
Updated: 12th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.geocites.com/royalcourttheatre/royalcourttheatre.html
BAODS Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Berkhamsted Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society. Located in the west of Hertfordshire, this group performs musicals and plays see the BAODS web site.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.talpa.co.uk/baods/
Barking Operatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 5th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.barkingops.co.uk
Barn Theatre Club
Amateur Club: The Barn Theatre is a very prominent part of Welwyn Garden City's community. Set just out side of a busy town, the barn enjoys a large selection of plays, and members evenings though out the year.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.barntheatre.co.uk/
Barton Theatre Company
Amateur Club: An Amateur Theatre Company based in Eccles, West of Manchester. Meetings are twice a week at the St Michaels Community Centre, Liverpool Road, Patricroft, Eccles on Mondays and Thursdays at 8PM until 10PM. Normally producing 3 to 4 productions a year with the one at Christmas being for all the family.
Updated: 26th Aug 2003 (edit)
http://www.bartontheatre.freeuk.com
Basildon Operatic Society (BasOp)
Amateur Club: Basildon Operatic Society is unusual in having been established longer than the town after which it is named! Founded in 1930 in Langdon Hills, one of the villages later absorbed into the new town, BasOp these days produces a mixture of musicals and savoy operas.
Updated: 16th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://basop.org.uk
Basingstoke Amateur Theatrical Society
Amateur Club: Basingstoke Amateur Theatrical Society, perform 2 top musicals a year at the Haymarket Theatre and The Anvil
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.bats.net
Bath Light Operatic Group
Amateur Club: Large scale amateur group performing a major musical at the Theatre Royal each Autumn as well as a Songs from the Shows concert each spring at the Guildhall, Bath, which is repeated for local charities.
Updated: 24th Jun 2007 (edit)
http://www.bathlightoperaticgroup.co.uk
Bath Opera
Amateur Club: A Company putting on one fully staged opera production each year at the Wroughton Theatre, King Edwards School, Bath. A Concert Version of either an opera or highlights from operas is performed each year in a venue in the centre of Bath.
Updated: 26th Oct 2003 (edit)
http://www.bathopera.co.uk
Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: A large amateur group that puts on an annual musical at the Theatre Royal, Bath, as well as cabaret and a play at the Rondo Theatre each year. Contact the website for details and membership.
Updated: 13th Aug 2004 (edit)
http://www.bathoperatic.co.uk
Bath Scout and Guide Gang Show
Amateur Club: The Bath Scout and Guide Gang Show. Taking place each year (Easter/Spring Time) at the Kingswood Theatre, performing song, dance, drama and comedy, almost unique to Gang Show.
Updated: 9th Oct 2006 (edit)
http://www.bathgangshow.com
Bath Scout and Guide Gang Show
Amateur Club: The Bath Scout and Guide Gang Show have been performing for more than 10 years. All the cast are members of the Scout or Guide Movement and are supported by a large production, support, front of house and backstage teams to produce a fast flowing variery show each year at the Kingswood Theatre, Lansdown, Bath.
Updated: 28th Dec 2007 (edit)
http://www.bathgangshow.com
Bath Unity Players
Amateur Club: An amateur drama society who have been performing in Bath for over 50 years. Pantomime, comedy and drama plays, charity concerts. New members are always welcome. Ring Jane on 01225 317160
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
Battered Suitcase Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Battered Suitcase started off producing Murder Dinners for a local hotel before branching out to produce its own original drama. We're probably best known for our Doctor Who stageplays Hellblossom, Vox Dei and Warsmith.
Updated: 20th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.batteredsuitcase.co.uk
BAWDS
Amateur Club: Cambridge based amateur group.
Updated: 10th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/broadway/balcony/5815/
Beaconsfield Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Award-winning amateur theatre group established over 50 years ago, providing good quality drama, entertainment and fun in and around the Beaconsfield community. Great opportunities for training in acting and technical workshops.
Updated: 2nd Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.btg-theatre.org
Bear Necessities Amateur Theatre Group
Amateur Club: We are a friendly, welcoming amateur dramatic society based in the Centre of Hull, East Yorkshire. For the past three Christmases we have successfully written and staged our own pantomimes: "A Christmas Carol: The Next Generation", "The Wizard That Woz" (based on the characters from "The Wizard of Oz") and "Banzai Aladdin". This year we are putting on a fourth pantomime based around the traditional story of "Cinderella". We hope that our show will again be fun for all the family, with jokes that children of ALL ages will get! If you would like to join in the fun of putting on a pantomime then do please get in touch with us. We would welcome new members of all ages and previous experience is not essential - just enthusiasm and a good sense of humour!
Updated: 20th May 2003 (edit)
http://beehive.thisishull.co.uk/BNATG
Beaufort Opera
Amateur Club: One of London's most dynamic and well-established amateur opera companies .
Updated: 14th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.beaufortopera.com/
Bebington Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Formed in 1924,we perform 4 plays a year at the Gladstone Theatre, Port Sunlight, Wirral. Our plays include drama,farce, comedy, thrillers and the classics.
Updated: 19th Apr 2006 (edit)
http://www.bebingtondramaticsociety.co.uk
Beck Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Beck Youth Theatre at the Beck theatre, Hayes Middlesex.
Updated: 10th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://web.ukonline.co.uk/beck.youththeatre
Becket Drama Company
Amateur Club: Based in Waltham Abbey on the outskirts of north east London, Becket stage three productions a year. Our aim is to provide affordable quality and entertaining theatre. We rehearse on Tuesdays and Thursdays at our Community Centre and always welcome new members both in front and behind the curtain.
Updated: 7th Aug 2002 (edit)
http://www.becketdrama.co.uk
Bedford Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Bedford Amateur Dramatic Society
Updated: 10th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.compulink.co.uk/~cedar/baos.html
Beeston Musical Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Beeston Musical Theatre Group, a registered charity and a member of NODA who have been performing for 30 years in Beeston, Nottinghamshire. Formerly known as Beeston Operatic Society.
Updated: 21st Nov 2003 (edit)
http://www.bmtg.org.uk
Beeston Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Beeston Operatic Society, a registered charity and a member of NODA who have been performing for 30 years in Beeston, Nottinghamshire.
Updated: 10th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://come.to/BeestonOS
Belfrey Theatre
Amateur Club: Home to the Wellington Theatre Company in Telford, Shropshire, this amateur theatre society has a history spanning 60 years. A mixture of plays, musicals and patomimes are performed at various times during the year. We always welcome new members either to act, direct, help back stage or font of house. There is also a strong youth group for ages 7 to 18 which meets on Wednesday evenings. Box office is 01952 222277.
Updated: 19th Apr 2003 (edit)
Belmont Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in and around Middlesex, this is an award winning group that produces all manner of shows. Normally 3 shows are produced each year, mainly plays but sometimes large scale musical productions too. Email for details or call 0870 7743668.
Updated: 10th Apr 2007 (edit)
http://www.belmonttheatre.org.uk
Belvoir Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://members.aol.com/belplayers/BelvoirPlayers.htm
Bench Theatre
Amateur Club: Based at Havant Arts Centre, we produce a wide range of classic and contemporary plays. We are always looking for new members.023 9247 2700
Updated: 25th Apr 2000 (edit)
Berkhamstd Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Berkhamsted Youth Theatre (BYT) : theatre group for 9 to 18 year olds from Berkhamsted and the surrounding areas. We perform 2 shows each year covering both classics and more modern musical and dramtic productions. For more details see our website
Updated: 17th Jul 2010 (edit)
http://www.berkoyt.co.uk
Beverley Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Performers of musical shows, pantomimes and concerts in and arround the town of Beverley, East Yorkshire.
Updated: 20th May 2000 (edit)
http://www.beverleyoperatic.co.uk
Biggin Hill Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in Biggin Hill Kent we perform 2 musicals a year. Please see our web site for further details.
Updated: 1st Oct 2004 (edit)
http://www.bigginhillmusical.co.uk
bigredfunbus | productions
Amateur Club: bigredfunbus | productions was founded in 2001 by Elliott Lawrence and Nicki Pope with the aim to bring to the stage exciting and demanding theatre. We are the newest theatre company based and working in Bedfordshire, but planning to produce and perform plays in Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, West Midlands in fact anywhere we can! We have a team of professionals who between them have over 35 years of experience in the theatre. Our aim is to ensure that our productions are of the highest possible standards and to produce a diverse, challenging and varied programme for our audiences and put theatre back into the community. We appreciate that modern audiences are demanding higher standards from their local theatres and one of our challenges is to ensure that we meet these ‘demands’. Our first season, Drugs and Decadence, contains plays written in the 1920’s right up to modern times and from authors as diverse as Noël Coward and Patrick Marber. We have already worked with some experienced actors improvising and running a workshop with pieces by Sarah Kane, Stephen Dinsdale, Simon Moore and Steven Berkoff.
Updated: 6th Sep 2002 (edit)
http://www.bigredfunbus.com
Billericay Operatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 16th Oct 2004 (edit)
http://www.billericayoperatic.com
Bilton Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Visit our Website and find out more about one of East Yorkshire's oldest amateur dramatic societies.
Updated: 29th Oct 2003 (edit)
http://www.aitchenkaye.co.uk
Bingley Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre and drama group, West Yorkshire.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.bingleylt.f9.co.uk/
Binley Woods Board Walkers
Amateur Club:
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.billh.demon.co.uk/bwbw.htm
Birkenhead Operatic Society Trust
Amateur Club: Based NorthWest England, BOST are a highly respected operatic society and the only amateur company to regularly perform at the Liverpool Empire, one of the largest and prestigious theatres in the U.K. Come and find out more, visit our website.
Updated: 20th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.operatic.org.uk
Bishopstoke Players
Amateur Club: Amateur dramatic society based in Bishopstoke, Hampshire. The group meets each Thursday evening and typically performs three plays per year. The society is non-profit making and raises money for NCH.
Updated: 2nd Aug 2003 (edit)
http://www.bishopstokeplayers.org.uk
Blackburn Arts Club
Amateur Club: Blackburn Arts Club, an Amateur Dramatic Society based in Blackburn, Lancashire, members of NODA.
Updated: 5th Feb 2001 (edit)
http://www.bac.idealnet.co.uk
Blackmore Players
Amateur Club: We were established in 1969 near the town of Brentwood, Essex. We rehearse mainly on Wednesdays nights and welcome new memebers of all ages and ability.
Updated: 18th Oct 2001 (edit)
http://www.blackmoreplayers.co.uk
Blackmore Players
Amateur Club: The Blackmore Players were established in 1969 and stage a variety of shows from panto to Shakespeare! We welcome everyone to the group whether you want to be on stage or backstage!
Updated: 12th Jan 2009 (edit)
http://www.blackmoreplayers.co.uk
Blackpool and Fylde Light Opera Company
Amateur Club: Bfloc have been producing shows in blackpool since 1952. An amature company with professional standards
Updated: 2nd Mar 2009 (edit)
http://bfloc.co.uk
Blue
Amateur Club: Web Site of the Unsigned Talent of 1998 , the Pop Singer Blue, Download samples from his demo CD and read about his performance at the 1997 Northern Ireland Peace Talks.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/v2.blue
Bo'ness Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Small and friendly club renowned for excellent singing under direction of Mary Gilfillan and all-company dancing with choreographer Amanda-Louise Clark. Rehearsals for musical shows and concerts throughout year. Performance of musical show always last week in March. We welcome anyone with an interest in singing, dancing,acting or stagecraft....especially men!!!
Updated: 22nd Mar 2009 (edit)
Bolsover Drama Group
Amateur Club: Bolsover Drama Group is one of Derbyshire's largest amateur dramatics groups. The group was formed in 1981 and now stages a pantomime, a play, a musical and a youth section musical every year. The group's youth section, for members agaed 8 - 16, recently recieved a grant from DEFRA to produce a DVD highlighting the issue of climate change.
Updated: 5th Mar 2008 (edit)
http://www.bolsoverdramagroup.org
Bolton Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Bolton Little Theatre is a vibrant theatre run by volunteers and welcomes new members. We have two stages our Main stage, a proscenium arch theatre with raked auditorium and disabled lift facilities and our Forge theatre an intimate 61 seat auditorium with limited disabled access.
Updated: 2nd Aug 2009 (edit)
http://www.boltonlittletheatre.co.uk
Bolton Phoenix Theatre
Amateur Club: Bolton Phoenix Theatre are an independent, amateur club producing approximately three plays per year in Bolton, Greater Manchester.
Updated: 24th Mar 2005 (edit)
http://www.boltonphoenixtheatre.com
Boston Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Boston Operatic Society is based in the town of Boston in Lincolnshire, England. Founded in 1964, we have gained an enviable reputation for the high quality musical productions which we stage twice yearly at Blackfriars Arts Centre, Spayne Lane, Boston. All productions are entirely produced, cast and staged using local people, and we are always keen to meet anyone who would like to become involved with us, whether backstage or treading the boards.
Updated: 1st Jun 2004 (edit)
http://www.bostonoperatic.org.uk
Bourne Players
Amateur Club: The Bourne Players of Farnham are a thriving group founded in 1962. We put on two full-length plays a year, at the Bourne Hall.
Updated: 4th Sep 2011 (edit)
http://www.bourneplayers.com
Bourne Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: The Youth Theatre was formed in 1993 by Paul Fellows, Head of Drama at Bretton Woods School, Peterborough, and has been a resounding success since its conception. The youth theatre is a non-profit organisation open to children of the ages 11-20, and unlike many other youth theatres, does not require an audition in order to become a member. The aims of the theatre are to provide a professional atmosphere where all can learn and develop their skills regardless of background, exposing young people to quality theatre, through top quality teachers and in-house written plays and musicals. The theatre has approximately 30 members, putting on two annual productions and also a Christmas show. The Christmas show is a perfect foil for the young members to demonstrate their ability and craft through innovative small plays and sketches, written and performed by themselves. This culminates in three quality productions which are produced with the aim to entertain audiences of all ages. Furthermore it enables its members to be exposed to a variety of styles of theatre and explore issues of concern to young people. This is achieved through a focus on productions where young characters are the focal point of the story, providing all its members with the opportunities to explore other worlds and cultures.
Updated: 2nd Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www4.50megs.com/byt/
Bournemouth Gilbert & Sullivan Operatic Society
Amateur Club: The Bournemouth G&S Society, established in 1947, is one of the leading amateur G&S groups in Dorset. We always perform one of the G&S Operas at the end of October each year with a full concert season in April/May. We have something going on all year round and have lots of social events too!
Updated: 11th Nov 2003 (edit)
http://www.bournemouthgands.org.uk
Bournemouth Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Bournemouth Little Theatre Club (BLTC) was founded in 1919 and is the oldest amateur drama club in the Bournemouth / Poole / Christchurch area (with over 400,000 inhabitants). The Club is the only local group with its own dedicated premises and stages 6 to 8 productions (dramas, thrillers, comedies, and farces) a year. The Club is always looking for new members. Visit the site for details of membership
Updated: 19th Nov 2006 (edit)
http://www.bournemouthlittletheatre.co.uk
Bournemouth Shakespeare Players
Amateur Club: Drama Company performing Open-Air Shakespeare each year at The Priory House Garden, Christchurch, Dorset. Performances are usually during the last two weeks in July each year raising money for local charities. Their President is Dame Judi Dench. Founded in 1975.
Updated: 5th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.bshakespearep.btinternet.co.uk
Bournemouth Shakespeare Players
Amateur Club: Drama Company performing Open-Air Shakespeare each year at The Priory House Garden, Christchurch, Dorset. Performances are usually during the last two weeks in July each year raising money for local charities. Their President is Dame Judi Dench. Founded in 1975.
Updated: 4th Oct 2012 (edit)
http://www.bshakespearep.org
Bournville Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Bournville Musical Theatre Company (BMTC) are based in Bournville, Birmingham and are an award winning company who perform at a number of venues including The Crescent Theatre in Sheepcote Street, Birmingham.
Updated: 2nd Jan 2015 (edit)
http://www.bmtcweb.co.uk
Bournville Musical Theatre Company- BMTC
Amateur Club: The BMTC are based in Bournville, Birmingham. We perform two shows per year, spring and autumn. Respected for it’s professionally produced and performed shows, the BMTC has gone from strength to strength attracting new members on a regular basis. Please visit our WEB site for further information.
Updated: 14th Oct 2005 (edit)
http://www.bmtcweb.co.uk
Brackley Players
Amateur Club: Brackley Players are an amateur drama group in South Northamptonshire. Established over 28 years ago we stage 3 or 4 productions each year ranging from Panto to Shakespeare to Farce. We have a strong junior section called Theatrix who regularly stage their own shows. Visit our web site to see what we’re about or send us an E-mail
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://homepages.tesco.net/~andrew.garnett/brackley.htm
BRACKNELL DRAMA CLUB
Amateur Club: Bracknell Drama Club was formed in 1935 and consequently celebrated it\'s 65th birthday in the year 2000 ! Our aim is to produce four shows each year in our own theatre (underneath a car park) and we welcome any budding actors and/or backstage members. Web page under construction. For further information contact e-mail: r.bateman@ntlworld.com
Updated: 4th Jun 2001 (edit)
Bradford Catholic Players
Amateur Club: Amateur theatrical group based in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Established since 1927, the society presents an annual show each year at the Alhambra Theatre and concerts and smaller productions throughout the year.
Updated: 8th Mar 2010 (edit)
http://www.the-bcp.com
Bradford University Theatre Group (BUTG)
Amateur Club: The region's foremost non-professional theatre company unites students, ex-students and the local community alike with an amazingly diverse, colourful and innovative programme. Each year's or 9 shows are produced entirely in-house at BUTG's home, Theatre in the Mill, and range from the scripted and traditional to the devised and physical. Home to actors, directors, writers, technicians, BUTG is open to all and meets every Monday at 6.30pm at Theatre in the Mill, Shearbridge Road, Bradford.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.brad.ac.uk/admin/theatre/
Brantham Amateur Theatrical Society
Amateur Club: B.A.T.S. are a village group established in 1982 and have approximately 100 members of all ages. We perform pantomimes, musicals and plays, as well as hosting an annual play festival.
Updated: 10th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.batsonline.com
Breakaway Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Breakaway Theatre Company are a St Albans based amateur dramatics group. We have been established for over twenty years and produce a wide variety of challenging productions in varied and exciting venues.
Updated: 28th Jan 2005 (edit)
http://www.breakawaytheatre.co.uk
Brent Opera
Amateur Club: Amateur Opera Society in North West London giving operatic performances since 1921. New members always welcome.
Updated: 14th Jun 2009 (edit)
http://www.brentopera.co.uk
Brentwood Shakespeare Company
Amateur Club: Based in Brentwood Essex, the award-winning Brentwood Shakespeare Company brings professionally directed Shakespeare to the Brentwood Theatre. See our website for more details.
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://members.xoom.com/bsco/
BRIDGE YOUTH THEATRE
Amateur Club: A THEATRE GROUP FOR CHILDREN AGED BETWEEN 6 AND 16 LEARN NEW SKILLS AND TALENTS YOU NEVER KNEW YOU HAD
Updated: 12th Dec 2001 (edit)
Brighton Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Formed in 1940, the Little is the longest established amateur theatre company in Brighton. We number among our founding fathers a very young Donald Sinden, who continues his long association with the Little as our current President.
Updated: 14th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.the-little.co.uk
Brighton Theatre Group
Amateur Club: One of the premiere theatre companies in Sussex, BTG performs musical theatre around county, including Brighton's famous "Theatre Royal". Recent productions include Chorus Line, Hot Mikado, Chess, Scrooge and Mack & Mabel. The group also runs a very successful youth workshop. New members are always welcome - please email for details of our next auditions.
Updated: 17th Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.brightontg.com
Bristol Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Our group performs musical drama. Up to 6 shows annually, ranging from a pantomime at the Rooftop Studios (capacity 75) to large scale musical productions at The Victoria Rooms (capacity 750). Our award winning Junior section caters for 10 - 18 year olds and perform both at the Rooftop Studios and The Redgrave Theatre, Clifton.
Updated: 2nd Feb 2007 (edit)
http://www.baosbristol.co.uk
Bristol Musical Comedy Club
Amateur Club: Amateur club for musical comedies.
Updated: 13th Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.bmcc.org.uk/
Brize Norton Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Brize Norton Theatre Club at RAF Brize Norton in West Oxfordshire - a RAFTA club
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.clues.com/~paul/bzntc.htm
Broadbent Theatre
Amateur Club: Located in Wickenby, Lincolnshire and home of the Lindsey Rural Players.
Updated: 22nd Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.broadbent.org
Broadstone Light Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Based in Dorset, visit our Website or contact us by e-mail.
Updated: 20th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.blos.fsnet.co.uk
Bromley Players
Amateur Club: We are a non professional performing arts group producing a wide range of theatrical and musical productions in and around Bromley. Email us at bromley_players@hotmail.com Join us on Facebook www.facebook.com/bromleyplayers
Updated: 25th Nov 2011 (edit)
http://www.bromleyplayers.co.uk
Bromsgrove Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Bromsgrove Operatic Society are Bromsgrove's main amateur operatic and musical company. We put on one major show every spring, and smaller concerts in between.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.tomh.demon.co.uk/bos/
BROS Theatre Company
Amateur Club: One of the premier non-professional Musical Theatre companies in S.W. London.
Updated: 14th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.brostheatrecompany.org
Brownsea Open Air Theatre
Amateur Club: Brownsea Open Air Theatre, otherwise known as BOAT, is an amateur theatre company which has been performing one of Shakespeares plays on Brownsea Island, in Poole Harbour (UK) each year since 1964.
Updated: 1st May 2001 (edit)
http://www.brownsea-theatre.co.uk
Broxbourne Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Theatre Company for adults in North London/South Herts, presenting an annual Christmas Pantomime at Broxbourne Civic Theatre (2009/2010-Cinderella: see http://www.panto.org.uk) and May Musical (2010 = Hello Dolly: see http://www.musicals.org.uk). New members (onstage or backstage) always welcome: see http://www.panto.org.uk/join.asp). Also has a Young Set for those under 16.
Updated: 27th Sep 2009 (edit)
http://www.panto.org.uk
Buccaneer Theatre Club
Amateur Club: The Buccaneer Theatre Club at RAF Lossiemouth in Moray, NE Scotland - a RAFTA club
Updated: 27th Aug 2000 (edit)
http://www.1freespace.com/art/bucctheatre
Buckley Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Buckley Theatre Club is located in Buckley Flintshire. Our home is at Hawkesbury Little Theatre Mill Lane Buckley. Established in 1957, the club have provided plays and pantomimes each year for the local community. Further information from Joyce Hughes on 01244 547743 (daytime)
Updated: 10th Jul 2002 (edit)
http://mysite.freeserve.com/btconline
Bungay Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Amateur dramatic group based in Bungay, Suffolk presenting 2/3 productions per year. Next production Tiptoe Through the Tombstones by Norman Robbins - November 7th, 8th and 9th. At Bungay Community Centre
Updated: 6th Nov 2002 (edit)
Burgess Hill Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Normally two shows per year at the Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill, West Sussex. Mixture of Gilbert and Sullivan and other stuff, from The Boy Friend to Les Miserables! <
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.bhos.demon.co.uk
Burnham Pantomime Society
Amateur Club: Its a company that does pantomime's and does a musc hall a year and at the music hall we have a supper with your show in the interval and you can be waited on by the team as well so its a real good night and its a fun and comedy night and a good old fashion sing a long is a big traddition in these shows
Updated: 12th Sep 2001 (edit)
C A D S COOKLEY AMATEUR DRAMTIC SOCIETY
Amateur Club: WE ARE A SMALL RURAL VILLAGE SOCIETY OF ABOUT 50 MEMBERS, WE PRODUCE AN ANNUAL PANTOMIME, A PLAY & A MUSICAL SUMMER SHOW IN OUR VILLAGE HALL WHICH SEATS AN AUDIENCE OF UP TO 12O. NEW MEMBERS ALWAYS WELCOME. Our next production will be Jack Sharkey's murder mistery farce 'The Murder Room' Performed for three nights from 21st June 2001 e mail for further details
Updated: 29th Mar 2001 (edit)
Caastaways Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Castaways Theatre Group have been running now for the past 7 years.We are based at The Village Hall Park Road,Shirebrook,Nr Mansfield,Nottinghamshire We perform 2 shows a year the next show we are hoping too put on in November which will be The Wizaed of Oz.
Updated: 24th Apr 2002 (edit)
Cabarade
Amateur Club: An Adult Comedy Cabaret Group in Manchester. a variety of dance styles, singing, comedy acting involved, open to adults aged 18yrs and over. Weekly Wednesday evening sessions 8pm-10pm. Sessions cost £5.00. New Intake Session 23/03/11, limited places, as the reharsals each week work toward a cabaret show later in the year at a professional venue. A good sense of humour, personality and a broad mind need only apply ) The group has a good mix of experienced and novice performers, mostly from everyday backgrounds, working everyday jobs. If you are looking for something a bit different then you have come to the right place. Extremely friendly and professional - this is not "Am-Dram" - This is the best laugh you can have, while having a go at a dance routine, a comedy sketch or improve that karaoke voice. On the more experienced side, all perfomers are given work at their level. The members of the group decide what goals they wish to achekve. A very welcoming and relaxed environment designed to create and inspire confidence. Who knows, you might just be that next Leona Lewis or Michael Buble, you might be the best thing to dance on two legs, are you the next Les Dawson ? Places are limited and will be capped at a certain level, so register your interest as soon as possilbe. www.cabarade.co.uk
Updated: 12th Mar 2011 (edit)
http://www.cabarade.co.uk
CADOS - Chingford Amateur Dramatic & Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are a friendly society usually performing two musicals and two plays per year in our North Chingford hall. In addition to the adult group we also run a junior section. We welcome new members, both to perform onstage and to assist backstage: Membership Secretary 0208 531 8746. Our hall and the studio - Mornington Hall, The Green Walk, London, E4 7EN - are available for hire for meetings and events: ring 020 8524 1488. Please ring 020 8524 4380 or emial janettanorris@hotmail.co.uk for show tickets and all other enquiries.
Updated: 14th Dec 2010 (edit)
http://www.cados.org.uk
Calverton Theatre Group
Amateur Club: A well established amateur theatre group in Calverton, Nottinghamshire.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.telinco.co.uk/throup/ctg/index.html
Calverton Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Youth theatre group based in Calverton village, Nottinghamshire, England. We cater for all 6-16 year olds in Nottinghamshire.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.telinco.co.uk/throup/cyt/home.html
Cambridge Festival Players
Amateur Club: A welcoming amateur dramatic operatic and musicals society based in Cambridge nearing its 50th production. We presently perform one major show a year, along with workshops, concerts and social events. Past musical shows have been Singin' in the Rain, South Pacific and Oklahoma!
Updated: 27th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.festivalplayers.org
Cambridge Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Cambridge Operatic Society (CaOS) - We are a friendly and enthusiastic group of amateur and former professional singers who perform annually at the Arts Theatre, Cambridge, under a professional director. Often G&S but also other popular operatic works. New members welcome.
Updated: 24th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.bio.cam.ac.uk/proj/adr/caos
Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club
Amateur Club: Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club. Amateur organisation.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www-jcr.dow.cam.ac.uk/~uetg/wolfpit.html
Campaign Amateur Theatre
Amateur Club: We are an Amateur Musical Group based in Ely, Cambs, formed in 1969. We are currently celebrating 30 years in theatre. We present 3 shows a year, which always includes a January pantomime. All productions are staged at the Maltings, Ely, Cambs. Since its formation, the Company has donated to Cancer Research (to the Strangeways Laboratory in Cambridge) for their research into Cancer and Arthritis. New members warmly welcomed. We currently rehearse on Thursday evenings at City of Ely College, Downham Road, Ely, Cambs.
Updated: 7th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.amdram.org.uk/cat
Campaign Amateur Theatre (Musicals)
Amateur Club: Details: We are an Amateur Musical Group based in Ely, Cambs, formed in 1969. We are currently celebrating 30 years in theatre. We present 3 shows a year, which always includes a January pantomime. All productions are staged at the Maltings, Ely, Cambs. Since its formation, the Company has donated to Cancer Research (to the Strangeways Laboratory in Cambridge) for their research into Cancer and Arthritis. New members warmly welcomed. We currently rehearse on Thursday evenings at City of Ely College, Downham Road, Ely, Cambs.
Updated: 16th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.amdram.co.uk/cat
Camus Productions
Amateur Club: Camus Productions has been producing high quality musical entertainment to the local community for 40 years. We stage two musicals a year - in May and November. We are based in Camberley, Surrey and normally rehearse on Wednesdays and Fridays at Bristow School. In addition to performing well known musicals, we also perform lesser known works. We've even staged some full length home grown productions.
Updated: 26th Mar 2007 (edit)
http://www.camus-productions.com
CAOS
Amateur Club: Carmarthen based amateur group.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.evansbros.co.uk/caos.htm
Car Boot Theatre Co.
Amateur Club: Amateur touring theatre company based in the north wales area, performing mainly in the north west, with occasional forays further afield (i.e. Essex, Kent, Lancashire, Stratford.)
Updated: 1st May 2000 (edit)
http://www.gaizy.freeserve.co.uk/carboot/carboot.htm
Carluke Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Carluke AOS Website. Affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association, Carluke AOS is based in Carluke, Lanarkshire, Scotland (NODA Scotland - Region 5).
Updated: 2nd Sep 2000 (edit)
http://members.aol.com/CarlukeAOS
Carmarthen Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Based in Carmarthen, West Wales. It is the second oldest Amatuer Soicty in the UK. We have performed all types of Musicals,the most recent were "Fiddler on the Roof" and this year "Copacabana" for more information e-mail us. We Perform yearly shows and reviews. Love to hear from you.
Updated: 7th May 2004 (edit)
http://www.carmarthen-operatic-society.org.uk/
Carnegie Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Carnegie Youth Theatre provides the youth of Dunfermline and the surrounding area the chance to gain skills in performing arts. Concentrating on musical theatre, the group performs twice a year in Dunfermline's Carnegie Hall.
Updated: 27th Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.carnegieyouththeatre.org.uk
Carnoustie Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Scotland. Amateur organisation.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/plaza/ja11/
Carshalton Pantomime Company
Amateur Club: Charity Group stages one major (17 performances) production in January each year, in aid of Queen Mary's Hospital for Children & Orchard Hill. Production staged at the Secombe Theatre, Sutton, Surrey. The Company donates about £18000 a year to the League of Friends. Large Wardrobe and Scenery Stocks for hire
Updated: 2nd Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.carshaltonpanto.co.uk
Carver Theatre
Amateur Club: The Carver Theatre is located in Marple, Stockport, Greater Manchester.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://web.ukonline.co.uk/carver
Cassio Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Cassio Operatic Society was founded in 1949. The society is a registered charity. Cassio perform two productions a year at the Watford Palace Theatre rehearsing in their hall at Lincolnsfields, Bushey Hall Drive, Bushey, Herts.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://members.tripod.co.uk/cassio
Castle Players
Amateur Club: Amateur group resident at Barnard Castle, County Durham. Winners of the Performing For the Community award (Northern Electric and Gas Awards 1998).
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.castleplayers.co.uk
Caveplayers
Amateur Club: We are an amateur drama group based in South/North Cave, hence the name, although you don’t have to be from the Cave area to join us as we have members from Cottingham, Hessle, Hull, Market Weighton and Skidby. Rehearsals take place in South Cave at the WI Hall and performances take place in North Cave at the Village Hall. We are a friendly group who welcome new members as part of the family.
Updated: 16th Jun 2010 (edit)
http://www.caveplayers.co.uk
Caversham Park THeatre
Amateur Club: a friendly group of mixed ability in Caversham, Reading, Berks
Updated: 13th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.cavparktheate.org.uk
CCADS
Amateur Club: CCADS is an amateur group based in Redhill, Surrey.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~sparker/ccads/index.htm
cearphilly youth theatre, south wales
Amateur Club: An amateur theatre club for young actors aged 15-25
Updated: 16th May 2001 (edit)
Cecilian Society
Amateur Club: Based in Glasgow, Scotland the Cecilian Society is mainly made up of students of the Universities in the surrounding area. Normally, a single main show is performed each year. Further information is available from the website.
Updated: 22nd Feb 2005 (edit)
http://www.gla.ac.uk/clubs/cecilian
Celesta Players Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: South Manchester based Group in its 34th Year.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.celesta.freeserve.co.uk
Centenary ODS
Amateur Club: Centenary ODS Centenary is an award winning theatre company based in Warrington, Cheshire, who perform two musicals and two plays each year. We are always looking for new members for performance or production and all are welcome! For further details please visit our website www.CentenaryODS.co.uk or call Mark Murphy on 01925 654507.
Updated: 13th Jul 2004 (edit)
http://www.CentenaryODS.co.uk
Centenary ODS
Amateur Club: Centenary ODS Centenary is an award winning theatre company based in Warrington, Cheshire, who perform two musicals and two plays each year. We are always looking for new members for performance or production and all are welcome! For further details please visit our website www.CentenaryODS.co.uk or call Mark Murphy on 01925 654507.
Updated: 13th Jul 2004 (edit)
http://www.CentenaryODS.co.uk
Central Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Amateur society based in Derby and supported by the Central United Reform Church Derby. Present one main show in March each year plus concerts and other minor productions.
Updated: 24th Aug 2000 (edit)
http://www.central-operatic.org.uk
Centre Stage
Amateur Club: Centre Stage, a central London company which produces 2 musical comedies a year.
Updated: 16th Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.zyworld.com/CentreStage
Centre Stage Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Amateur group, Leek, Staffordshire.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.centrestage.ndo.co.uk
Centre Stage Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Centre Stage Theatre Group is a drama group for children aged 6-17 years. We run classes on Saturday mornings, term time and have a bi-annual showcase for all members
Updated: 25th Jan 2005 (edit)
http://www.centrestagetheatregroup.net
Centre Stage Theatre School
Amateur Club: Centre Stage Theatre School provides training in all areas of Theatre Arts to students aged between 6 years to Adult. Based in Derby, Established 1995.
Updated: 24th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.centre-stage.org.uk
Centre Stage Theatre School
Amateur Club: Centre Stage Theatre School provides training in all areas of Theatre Arts to students aged between 6 years to Adult. Based in Derby, Established 1995.
Updated: 24th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.centre-stage.org.uk
CHADS
Amateur Club: Amatuer group putting on plays, pantomimes, murder mysteries, melodramas to raise for funds for charities. Prepared to perform anywhere in the SouthWales area.
Updated: 7th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.pantomonium.co.uk
Chameleon Players
Amateur Club: Chameleon Players were formed in 1985 and we produce three plays a year. We meet twice a week at the Lonsdale Community Centre in Hull where we rehearse and drink gallons of tea! Visit our totally comprehensive website for details of past and future productions and lots of embarassing production photos.
Updated: 14th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/chameleonplay
Chameleon Theatre Company, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire
Amateur Club: The Chameleons are a small, sociable group dedicated to providing high quality theatre. We produce 3 full length plays each year and a very popular panto every January. New members are always welcome.
Updated: 13th Aug 1999 (edit)
Chameleons Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: A local amateur society based in North West London, primarily in Neasden and Wembley. Perform 2 plays and a panto each year and rehearse on mondays and thursdays.
Updated: 26th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.thechameleons.co.uk
Chandeliers Drama Group
Amateur Club: The Chandeliers Drama Group, based in Maidstone, Kent and do three shows a year at The Hazlitt Theatre in Maidstone, plus lots of other activities.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/david.vale/chandhm.htm
Chapeltown & District Amateur Operatic Society (CAOS)
Amateur Club: An amateur musical society situated in Chapeltown,Sheffield, South Yorkshire.(aka CAOS)
Updated: 23rd May 2004 (edit)
http://www.chapeltownoperatic.co.uk
CHaPs Drama Group
Amateur Club: We are an amateur theatre group based in the cadbury heath area of bristol.
Updated: 18th Jun 2007 (edit)
http://www.chapsdrama.co.uk
Chelmsford - Home of The Phoenix Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We are a Progressive group based in the Moulsham Lodge Community Centre, Waltham Glen off Gloucester Avenue. We meet every Thursday at eight p.m. and all are welcome. If you have something to offer the world of theatre we have a place to offer you, so please pop-in and meet the group that is steadily expanding.
Updated: 26th Nov 1998 (edit)
Chelmsford Theatre Workshop
Amateur Club: CTW Perform over a dozen productions per year at the Old Court Theatre, Springfield Rd, Chelmsford, Essex. Visit our web site for latest information.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/david.warren6/CTWhomepage.html
Chelmsford Theatre Workshop
Amateur Club: CTW has a tradition for innovative theatre and is one of the area's most adventurous and ambitious amateur dramatic groups. We have been bold enough to look for diversity in our production and our seasons have contained work from the likes of Shakespeare to Shaffer and Berkoff to Beckett. Formed in 1969, CTW is an independent, amateur company which aims to present new, interesting and challenging plays, as well as provide practical experience and education in all aspects of drama.
Updated: 13th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.ctw.org.uk
Chelmsford Theatre Workshop
Amateur Club: We perform approx 10 productions a year in our own theatre in Chelmsford (Springfield Road). Check out our website for the latest information on auditions and upcoming performances.
Updated: 6th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.ctw.org.uk
Chelsea Players
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre company founded in 1969, staging up to three productions each season. Recent highlights include plays by Shakespeare and Coward, musicals and new writing. New acting and technical talent always welcome.
Updated: 3rd Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.chelsea-players.org.uk
Chesham Methodist Players
Amateur Club: We are a family based group having members from 7-70+. Our plays always have a part for anyone who wants it and we try to rotate the larger parts to give everyone a fair chance. We put on a panto every February half-term and a family play every October half-term, with smaller, more experimental events in the summer. We pride ourselves on our special effects, costumes and scenery. We have worked hard over the last 20 years to equip our own theatre at the church. We always welcome new members, especially adults and families.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.chesham-methodist.org.uk
Chesham Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: An amateur company affiliated to NODA, putting on performances of musicals and shows in the Elgiva theatre Chesham, Bucks. Past shows include Me and My Girl, Calamity Jane. Autumn Show "A Century of Showstoppers", Spring show "The Pajama Game" . We are always looking for new talent, in singing, dancing and acting. Over 16's.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://Welcome.to/cmtc
Chesham Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: An amateur company affiliated to NODA, putting on performances of musicals and shows in the New Elgiva Theatre Chesham, Bucks. Past shows include 'Me and My Girl', 'The Pajama Game', 'Pirates of Penzance' and 'Oliver!'. Our next full show will be 'Oklahoma' - from 27 April to 4 May. We are always looking for new talent, in singing, dancing and acting. Over 16's.
Updated: 24th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://cmtc1.members.beeb.net
Chesham Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: CYT is a lively, friendly group for 12 to 18s. Meetings weekly, two main performances a year, also workshops and theatre trips.
Updated: 21st Apr 2002 (edit)
http://cheshamyouththeatre.tripod.com
Chesil Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Chesil Theatre, Winchester, Hampshire, England
Updated: 1st Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.hants.gov.uk/leisure/theatres/chesil/
Chester le Street Theatre Group (Seniors and Juniors)
Amateur Club: We are a relatively small group of greatly varying ages! The seniors give three performances per year February, May and September and the juniors give a Spring show/review then a pantomime November/December. Our Junior section has a membership of about 45 - 50 and a waiting list of about 40 - 50 which is growing all the time. As you can imagine these are very popular shows. The seniors next show is When we Are Married,in September and the juniors, Sleeping Beauty.
Updated: 14th Jun 2000 (edit)
Chester Musicals
Amateur Club: Chester Musicals is 50 years old. We focus primarily on musicals, and perform in and around Chester. We are an extremely friendly group with a very professional attitude and standard. We always welcome new members. For more details about us and what we are currently rehearsing, please contact 01928 788302 and talk to Susan.
Updated: 19th Dec 2003 (edit)
http://www.chestermusicals.co.uk
Childrens Amateur Theatre Society (C.A.T.S.) Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: C.A.T.S. is an amateur youth theatre society in Bolton, Lancashire, for children aged between 8 and 16 years.
Updated: 6th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.c-a-t-s.net
childrens theatre boness
Amateur Club: Founded in 2000 our aim is to produce and perform an annual show involving children from the ages of 9 to 16. This takes place in November each year. The group is staffed entirely by volunteers who are very experienced in amateur productions and are committed to making the childrens theatre a great success for the children and audience alike.
Updated: 30th Aug 2005 (edit)
http://www.kidstheatre.org.uk
Chipperfield Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Amateur group.
Updated: 1st Dec 1999 (edit)
Chorley Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Shows, plays, musicals, Youth Theatre etc...
Updated: 27th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.reachus.at/chorleylittletheatre
Chorleywood Opera Group
Amateur Club: One of the few amateur companies that performs "Proper Opera", the Chorleywood Opera Group is based on the outer edge of North-West Greater London and presents one major production each year plus two or three concert performances. We welcome new members, whether performing or non-performing.
Updated: 17th Feb 1999 (edit)
Chorlton Players
Amateur Club: Chorlton Players are an amateur dramatics group based in Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester, in the UK. Staging around four productions per year, the membership stands at about 20-30 men and women. New members and helpers are always welcome. Contact us through our website
Updated: 2nd Apr 2008 (edit)
http://www.chorltonplayers.com
Christchurch Players
Amateur Club: We are a pantomime group of about 40 people who have been meeting for the last ten years to put on variations on famous pantos. Such as Jack and the has beens, Cinderelli, Vanity and the Beast and many others. We perform and rehearse at Christchurch Hall at Hengrove in Bristol from September to Febuary every year.
Updated: 8th Nov 1999 (edit)
Christchurch Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Christchurch Theatre Club is a dramatic group based in Shepshed, Leicestershire. They perform two musicals a year.
Updated: 19th Sep 2000 (edit)
Churches Drama and Opera in Thurrock (CDOT)
Amateur Club: CDOT (see dot) is an established amateur musical theatre company based in Thurrock, Essex. The society drew its original members from the local churches, hence its name, although today CDOT's members come from all denominations and none. Originally producing solely the Savoy Operas, CDOT subsequenty extended its repetoire to include operettas, and more recently musicals.
Updated: 13th Jan 2001 (edit)
http://www.cdot.org.uk
Churches Drama and Opera in Thurrock (CDOT)
Amateur Club: CDOT produces an annual show (be that musical, operetta or G&S) at the Thameside Theatre Grays, and has an annual concert season.
Updated: 9th Oct 2005 (edit)
http://www.cdot.org.uk
CINDY WRIGHTON
Amateur Club: AUDITIONS FOR SINGERS, DANCERS, ACTORS TO PERFORM IN CARE HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY. ON 23RD MARCH 2010 AT CALDECOTE VILLAGE HALL, CALECOTE, CAMBS CB23 7ZH, FROM 7-9.39PM
Updated: 3rd Feb 2010 (edit)
Circle Light Opera Company
Amateur Club: CLOC is an amateur theatre company founded in 1937, based in Birmingham, England. They produce various shows each year, musicals, traditional pantomimes, charity events and reviews.
Updated: 1st Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.crumpy.supanet.com
Circus Maniacs - Youth Performance Company
Amateur Club: Britain's Premier Youth Circus Company provides a unique opportunity to the dedicated young performer. Circus Maniacs Youth Circus Creates highly visual and exciting productions, in particular containing highly skilled Trapeze & Aerial Acrobatics, all to original music & choreography. Our International Award winning Youth Circus Company, has toured in Germany, Belgium, Sweden & the USA to high acclaim. If you are aged 10 to 26 & dead serious about performing then we would like to hear from you. We are looking for talented, enthusiastic, determined, disciplined, and adventurous young people; with strong skills in one or more of the following disciplines: Circus, gymnastics/acrobatics, trampolining, dance, music, theatre. Auditions are held twice yearly at our space in Bristol, next dates: * Saturday 14th September 2002, 12 noon to 5pm * Sunday 5th January 2003, 12 noon to 5pm Email: auditions@circusmaniacs.com The theme of our 2003 production will be 'Magical Creatures' and will be suitable for medium to large scale venues (Theatres or Big Tops). Promoters / venues interested in booking our 2003 Show should email: bookings@circusmaniacs.com TEL/FAX: 0117 - 9477042 MOBILE: 07977 - 247 287
Updated: 8th Jul 2002 (edit)
http://www.circusmaniacs.com
Cirencester Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We perform two Shows each year at The Barn Theatre, Beeches Road, Cirencester, Glos. Our next Show is 'Patience' from October 19th- 23rd. Then we will perform 'Oklahoma' in May 2005. Enquiries/Tickets on 01285 657110.
Updated: 14th Oct 2004 (edit)
Clacton Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Based in Clacton-on-sea in Essex. Three productions each year, covering the full range from costume drama to farce. All productions are staged at the West Cliff Theatre. New members always welcome.
Updated: 16th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.c-a-d-s.org.uk
Clevedon Comedy Club
Amateur Club: Pantomime and fun in North Somerset
Updated: 23rd Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.clevedoncomedyclub.co.uk
Clevedon Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: We perform one of the G&S Operas every year in February at Princes Hall, Clevedon. We also perform occasional concerts during the year.
Updated: 27th Jan 2007 (edit)
http://www.clevedongs.co.uk
Cleveland Theate School
Amateur Club: A theatre venue in Teesside (Billingham) that produces excellent quality productions for the public whilst providing the very best in theatre training for the students.
Updated: 13th Nov 2003 (edit)
http://www.clevelandtheatreschool.com
Cleveland Theate School
Amateur Club: A theatre venue in Teesside (Billingham) that produces excellent quality productions for the public whilst providing the very best in theatre training for the students.
Updated: 13th Nov 2003 (edit)
http://www.clevelandtheatreschool.com
Coalville Adult School Drama Group - CASDG
Amateur Club: Well-respected drama group producing 4 productions a year at the Adult School Hall on Bridge Road in Coalville (plays, musicals and panto). Hall seats 150. Celebrated 50 years in 2002.
Updated: 3rd Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.casdg.co.uk
Coalville Amateur Operatic Society - CAOS
Amateur Club: Society producing one musical a year each March. Performs at Harley Theatre, King Edward VII School, Coalville.
Updated: 25th Sep 2002 (edit)
Cockett Amateur Operatic Society, Swansea
Amateur Club: Founded in 1962 as Cockett Church Gilbert and Sullivan Society by the incumbent, Fred Secombe, this group went on to complete the canon of 13 G & S operettas plus the Sullivan & Burnand "Cox and Box" by 1979. During this period, the Society competed successfully three times at the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera, winning the Mark Cannon Award for best G & S Production, the Swift Choral Shield and numerous pieces of crystal glass and certificates of merit. In 1981, the Society ventured away from G & S with Offenbach's "La Belle Helene" and became Cockett Amateur Operatic Society (C.A.O.S). Since then, the repertory has become quite diverse, illustrating a remarkable degree of versatility. In 1994, C.A.O.S. claimed the Welsh Premier of "Chess", following on from the Swansea City Premier of "Pickwick" the year before. The complete repertory is included in this website. This year's presentation of "Hot Mikado" clocked up the 41st production over what has been a happy and rewarding period of years. C.A.O.S has the enviable reputation of being a most friendly organisation where associations tend to be long term. Several founding families have remained active into the second generation, but, of course, newcomers are always made very welcome. Although the Society is now a registered charity, over the past forty odd years, total contributions to deserving causes from this group have run well into five figures. The Society performs each year, usually in March, at the Taliesin Arts Centre, University of Wales, Swansea and tickets are always at a premium. We meet every Thursday evening, from September through to the Show in March...
Updated: 20th Jan 2008 (edit)
http://www.cockettoperatics.com
Cockett Amateur Operatic Society, Swansea, Wales
Amateur Club: Website includes pictures of past shows
Updated: 22nd Mar 2005 (edit)
http://www.cockettoperatics.com
CODA
Amateur Club: Formed in 1943 to promote amateur theatre in the area, the Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association (CODA) stages two full-scale musicals each year at its spiritual home, the Ashcroft Theatre, along with innovative dramas at a variety of venues. Forthcoming shows are Calamity Jane in Autumn 2004 and Chess in Spring 2005.
Updated: 14th Jun 2004 (edit)
http://www.coda-shows.co.uk
CODA
Amateur Club: Formed in 1943 to promote amateur theatre in the area, the Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association (CODA) stages two full-scale musicals each year at its spiritual home, the Ashcroft Theatre, along with innovative dramas at a variety of venues. Forthcoming shows are Calamity Jane in Autumn 2004 and Chess in Spring 2005.
Updated: 14th Jun 2004 (edit)
http://www.coda-shows.co.uk
CODA - Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association
Amateur Club: Formed in 1943 to promote amateur theatre in the area, the Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association (CODA) stages two full-scale musicals each year at its spiritual home, the Ashcroft Theatre, along with innovative dramas at a variety of venues. Forthcoming shows are Calamity Jane in Autumn 2004 and Chess in Spring 2005.
Updated: 14th Jun 2004 (edit)
http://www.coda-shows.co.uk
Colbury and Ashurst Theatrical Society (CATS)
Amateur Club: Enthusiastic Amdram club on the edge of the New Forest in Hampshire. Web site includes production details, costumes for sale and music from shows.
Updated: 22nd Aug 2001 (edit)
http://www.hants.gov.uk/cats
Colchester Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Performing musical theatre in Colchester, Essex since 1924.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.btinternet.com/~barrell/cos.htm
Collage Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Collage Theatre Company, Milton Keynes (North Buckinghamshire).
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.olio.demon.co.uk/collage.html
College Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We perform musical shows annually at the Kenneth More Theatre, Ilford, Essex, UK and music hall, reviews etc. New members always welcome at our weekly rehearsals held in Walthamstow, London E 17 Car parking available. Nearest tubes Walthamstow Central or Blackhorse Road on Victoria Line. We are performing "Oliver!" at the Keneneth More Theatre, Ilford in July 2008. Phone Box Office for tickets 020 8553 4466
Updated: 28th Mar 2008 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/college operatic
Colnbrook Amateur Stage Theatre (C.A.S.T.)
Amateur Club: Friendly, amateur group based in Colnbrook, Berkshire. Formed in 1991, the group perform 3 varied shows each year including a spring play, summer musical and pantomime. Recent shows include Company, Stags & Hens, Sweet Charity, Outside Edge, Dangerous Liaisons, Moby Dick the Musical, Godspell and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. CAST welcome new members of all ages (both on stage and behind the scenes) and have an active social scene.
Updated: 21st Apr 2006 (edit)
http://www.cast-online.org.uk
Colton Players, The
Amateur Club: The Colton Players consist of 2 men and 4 women. The group take play excerpts and one act plays to old folk's residential homes in Leicester all year round.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
Company of Friends
Amateur Club:
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.theatrefriends.com
Concordia Theatre
Amateur Club: Concordia Theatre, Hinckley, Leicestershire. Established in 1972 and has presently 2500 theatre members. It is situated in the centre of Hinckley and has easy access.
Updated: 10th Oct 1999 (edit)
http://www.concordia.ic24.net
Converse Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.nettc.co.uk/converse/
Cooperative Arts Theatre
Amateur Club: Nottingham based amateur group. This unique theatre is owned by Greater Nottingham Co-op as part of its contribution to the cultural life of the city. We have our own company with 10 productions a year as well as visiting companies.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.fee-13.demon.co.uk/
Corridor Theatre Company.
Amateur Club: The Corridor Theatre Company aims to bring productions of contemporary and perhaps controversial plays to the North of England.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://corridor.home.ml.org
Cotswold Arcadians
Amateur Club: Cotswold Arcadians are a group who come together each year in August to present near-professional productions of Shakespeares plays.Founded 10 years ago and performing in the grounds of the beautiful Old Rectory at Quenington in Gloucestershire,theproductions cost over £29000to stage! There are lovely grounds in which to picnic ,covered stands and comfortable seating .This year`s play is"As You Like It"which runs from 1st--6th August(incl.) We invite anyone who may be in the Cotswolds at that time to visit us. Our website is www.arcadians.fsnet.co.uk
Updated: 12th Apr 2001 (edit)
http://www.arcadians.org
County Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: County Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society (Lincoln)
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.actor.force9.co.uk/theatre.htm
Coventry Youth Operetta Group
Amateur Club: Yog as it has been affectionately known has been in existence now for over 30 years taking kids from 8 upwards we produce 2 musicals a year at the Coventry Technical College Theatre
Updated: 2nd Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.cyog.co.uk
Crawley Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Amateur Society formed in 1958 as a Gilbert and Sullivan evening class is now a highly successful group performing shows such as \'Hello Dolly\', \'My Fair Lady\', \'Guys and Dolls\', \'Chess\', \'42nd Street\',\'South Pacific\' etc; to audiences in excess of 3000 for one week twice a year. We perform at Crawley\'s prestigious theatre, \"The Hawth\".
Updated: 3rd Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.crawleyoperatic.freeserve.co.uk
Cre8 Community Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Cre8 started in 2004 and rehearses in Lichfield and performs it major works in Birmingham. We currently produce 2 concerts and 1 major production a year. We are the only amateur theatre company locally to allow its members the chance to undertake nationaly recognised qualifications in the Performing Arts sector. Cre8 is run by ex-professional performer Andrew Cox.
Updated: 14th Jun 2008 (edit)
http://www.freewebs.com/cre8communitytheatrecompany
Crescent Players
Amateur Club: We are located in Hoylake, Wirral, UK. Two plays are staged each year with social events in between. We are always looking for new talent and backstage enthusiasts. Directors are also welcome to propose plays. Please see our website for more information.
Updated: 26th Nov 2003 (edit)
http://www.crescentplayers.org.uk
Crewkerne Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are a small company in the South West of England. We produce two musicals per year and are always keen to have new members.
Updated: 9th Oct 1998 (edit)
Cringleford Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: CADS are based in Norwich, and put on 2 productions a year, including a bi-yearly Panto.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.uea.ac.uk/~k105/cads
Crowthorne Amateur Theatrical Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 17th Dec 2001 (edit)
http://www.catswebsite.co.uk
Crowthorne Musical Players
Amateur Club: An amateur musical company that perform in the Bracknell and Crowthorne area of Berkshire.
Updated: 4th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.crowthornemusicalplayers.org.uk
Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association (CODA)
Amateur Club: Visit us at our 'all singing, all dancing' website...book tickets for our latest shows,see the archives or even step out on stage! Based in Croydon, we perform in several professional venues in the area, including 2 or 3 three shows a year at the Ashcroft Theatre,Fairfield Halls.
Updated: 30th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.coda-shows.freeserve.co.uk
Croydon Stagers
Amateur Club: ...typically producing two musicals a year to run one week each (one in April and one in November) at the Ashcroft Theatre, Fairfield Halls, Croydon. A friendly,respected,quality company. Long-established with an active membership of 100 from 16-90 yrs. Sing, dance or act ?...then JOIN!!!
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
Crude Apache
Amateur Club: Norwich. Amateur organisation.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.paston.co.uk/users/joedye/crude.html
Cuffley Players
Amateur Club: Amateur Drama in the Potters Bar & Enfield area since 1933. Two productions per year including competitions. Full social program. New members needed and always welcome. Come and find out more at one of our regular Rombouts coffee mornings. See website for details.
Updated: 8th Jan 2001 (edit)
http://www.cuffleyplayers.freeserve.co.uk
Cumbernauld Youth Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 3rd Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.cyt.org.uk
Curtain Raisers
Amateur Club: Curtain raisers are one of the longest running groups based in the guildford area. We started approx 30 yrs ago to raise money for new stage curtains for a local school. We stage plays, musicals and pantos. We perform twice a year at onslow village hall and at the electric theatre in guildford. A little known fact is [Ben Elton] started with us in his younger days. All new members are welcome, for acting, directing or backstage. For more info contact: andy snell(chairman) on 01483-836774
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.curtainraisers.org.uk
Curtain Raisers Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Curtain Raisers are one of the many groups in the Guildford area. We have been estabilshed for some 30 years and are based in Onslow Village, Guildford, Surrey. We perform a variety of shows inc plays, musicals and pantos at either Onslow Village Hall or The Electric Theatre, Guildford. We welcome all new members for all aspects of stage work, backstage or on stage. Contact us if you want to become involved with one of the most respected and professional groups in the Guildford area.
Updated: 3rd Dec 2001 (edit)
http://www.curtainraisers.org.uk
Cygnet Players
Amateur Club: Cygnet Players are an amateur theatre group, formed in 1997, and based in South West London. Cygnet Players have a fun yet highly professional attitude to performing. We put on shows at least twice a year - either concerts or full musicals covering a wide range of talents and styles. Why do we do it? The group is a mix of people from all walks of life, who share a common interest, are sociable, confident and with a sense of fun - everyone has their own particular reason for participating and all come with different talents. So why not get in touch and come and get involved in our next show!
Updated: 19th Aug 2004 (edit)
http://www.cygnetplayers.com
Danesborough Chorus
Amateur Club: Amateur choral society, Milton Keynes area
Updated: 15th Feb 2001 (edit)
http://www.danesborough.org.uk
Darenth Drama Group
Amateur Club: Darenth Drama Group are a small amateur theatre group based in Darenth, near Dartford, Kent.
Updated: 17th Nov 2005 (edit)
http://www.darenthdrama.org.uk
DarlingtonOS
Amateur Club: The North East's premier theatre company producing two full scale musicals every year at the stunning Civic Theatre in Darlington
Updated: 12th Jul 2010 (edit)
http://www.darlingtonoperaticsociety.org.uk
Dartford Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society (DAODS)
Amateur Club: Performing a range of Hit Musicals at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford. With own rehersal hall/studio theatre where smaller "off broadway" shows and plays are produced and performed.
Updated: 2nd Sep 2002 (edit)
http://www.DAODS.ukgateway.net
Denmead Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Founded in 1933, the Society is located on the outskirts of Portsmouth, specialises in the works of Gilbert & Sullivan, but also performs other light operas. Undertakes a wide and varied Concert programme of songs from popular Shows and Musicals, plus Variety and Musical Hall Acts. New members always welcome.
Updated: 12th Oct 2000 (edit)
http://www.hants.gov.uk/denmeadoperatic
DERA Farnborough Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are one of the premier "non-professional" musical theatre groups in the North Hampshire area. Two major musicals are produced each year, and presented at the professional venue the Princes Hall in Aldershot. The clubs history stretches back over 80 years, and it continues to present entertaining, challenging and award winning shows as diverse as "Sweeney Todd", "Crazy for You", "Carmen" and "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"! Visit our new website for information on the society's current and future productions.
Updated: 8th Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.dfaos.co.uk/
Derby Gilbert & Sullivan Company
Amateur Club: Derby Gilbert & Sullivan Company are proud to be winners of the 1997 & 1999 International G&S Festivals. We were also 2nd runners up in the 1998 Festival. Performing to large audiences in Derby and the surrounding area Derby G&S are considered one of the premier amateur Theatre comapnies in the UK. See our web site for much more information.
Updated: 25th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://derbygsc.cjb.net
Derby Gilbert and Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: Derby Gilbert & Sullivan Company are the winners of the 1997 International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival for their 1997 production of Princess Ida which they took to Philadelphia, USA in July 1997. A very friendly comapany of many members will this year be performing The Pirates of Penzance both at the Derby Playhouse between 5th - 9th May and also defending their title in the 199 International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.innotts.co.uk/~simes/dgsindex.htm
Derby Players
Amateur Club: Amateur drama group based in Ormskirk, Lancashire. Perform 2 plays and 1 panto per year. Rehearsals - pm Mondays and Wednesdays usually at Ormskirk Civic Hall. Plays performed late spring, and mid autumn, Panto in early January. New members welcome
Updated: 1st Jan 1900 (edit)
Dereham Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Dereham Operatic Society is a charitable Trust formed in 1948 to offer the local community education and enlightenment in the amateur dramatic arts. A very grand way of saying that DOS was formed to entertain the people of Dereham and Norfolk! We put a one major musical show in the autumn of every year, a pantomine over Christmas and a play in the spring, so we have something for everyone. If you are looking to join one of the premier operatic and dramatic societies in Norfolk as a performer, a backstage helper, front of house or just looking to purchase some tickets for our next show …. look no further….
Updated: 13th Aug 2004 (edit)
http://www.dosoc.co.uk
Dereham Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Dereham Operatic Society is a charitable Trust formed in 1948 to offer the local community education and enlightenment in the amateur dramatic arts. A very grand way of saying that DOS was formed to entertain the people of Dereham and Norfolk! We put a one major musical show in the autumn of every year, a pantomine over Christmas and a play in the spring, so we have something for everyone. If you are looking to join one of the premier operatic and dramatic societies in Norfolk as a performer, a backstage h
Updated: 13th Aug 2004 (edit)
Dereham Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Dereham Operatic Society is a charitable Trust formed in 1948 to offer the local community education and enlightenment in the amateur dramatic arts. A very grand way of saying that DOS was formed to entertain the people of Dereham and Norfolk! We put a one major musical show in the autumn of every year, a pantomine over Christmas and a play in the spring, so we have something for everyone. If you are looking to join one of the premier operatic and dramatic societies in Norfolk as a performer,
Updated: 13th Aug 2004 (edit)
Dibble Tree Theatre
Amateur Club: Dibble Tree Theatre or Carnoustie Theatre Club
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/plaza/ja11/
Didcot Phoenix Drama Group
Amateur Club: Didcot Phoenix Drama Group are based at the Didcot Civic Hall (Oxon) and rehearse each Wednesday at 8pm
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
Dolgellau Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Community theatre group based at their own space (Theatr Fach) in Dolgellau, Gwynedd, North Wales. The aim of the Society is to bring live theatre and performance arts to the local community and visitors. The society is a registered charity and aswell as staging their own performances of plays hosts professional touring groups under a council sponsored scheme.
Updated: 20th Aug 2002 (edit)
http://www.theatrfach.co.uk
Domino Players
Amateur Club: A Wantage (Oxon) based drama group, who put on 4 or more productions a year. Rehearsal nights are Tuesdays and Thursdays, and they meet once a month on the first Tuesday
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
Don't Jump Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Stratford-upon-Avon based amateur group.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.demon.co.uk/quinsolve/djtc.htm
Downfield Musical Society
Amateur Club: Dundee in Scotland. Most of their productions are performed at the Whitehall Theatre in Dundee and they are also agents for the rights holders for "Windy City"
Updated: 28th Aug 2001 (edit)
http://www.downfieldms.co.uk
Dramatix Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in Chorleywood
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/dramatix
Dream Theatre Co.
Amateur Club: Dream Theatre co. was formed in May 1999 to produce open air theatrical performances in the grounds of Parham House, Nr. Pulborough, West Sussex. Dream Theatre Co. has roots in and is associated with Storrington Dramatic Society which has been running for over 60 years. A Midsummer Night's Dream was performed in June 1998.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.dreamtheatre.co.uk
Dream Theatre Co.
Amateur Club: Dream Theatre Co. is proud to present The Merry Wives of Windsor in the open air amphitheatre at Dorset House School, Bury Manor, Sussex. Dates of the Production are 24th - 27th July 2002. Casting will be carried out in early February with rehersals commencing early April. For further information check out our web site www.dreamtheatre.co.uk.
Updated: 24th Jan 2002 (edit)
http://www.dreamtheatre.co.uk
Dronfield Light Opera Group
Amateur Club: We are a local light opera group based in Dronfield Derbyshire. We produce 3 shows a year and 1999 is our 27th year.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.dlog.freeserve.co.uk
Droylsden Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Located in Droylsden, Manchester, we are based in our own 100 seater theatre and perform 6 plays per year, ranging from thrillers to farce.
Updated: 11th Feb 2005 (edit)
http://www.droylsdenlittletheatre.co.uk
Dulverton Players
Amateur Club: Amateur group with 150+ members. Based in the West Somerset town of Dulverton, on Exmoor. Three productions a year.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.dplayers.f9.co.uk
Dunstable Rep Theatre Company
Amateur Club: An active drama club performing in their little theatre to a large (>1200) public membership.
Updated: 7th Oct 2002 (edit)
http://www.phase.com/rep
Duston Players
Amateur Club: Northampton based Amateur Dramatic Group, performing at Duston Community Centre.
Updated: 4th Feb 2005 (edit)
http://www.dustonplayers.org.uk
East Kilbride Light Opera Club
Amateur Club: Presents one musical per year at the end of February /begining of March. It is currently doing The Merry Widow at it's normal venue, The Village Theatre ,East KIlbride, Glasgow, G74. the show is running fron 5th to 10th march,2001.
Updated: 9th Mar 2001 (edit)
East Kilbride Rep Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Our next production is the comedy THE THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE by ALAN AYCKBOURN. -- Alan Ayckbourn's award-winning play is set in a South-West London Victorian terraced house divided into three flats. The owner, Barbara, a fastidious, frosty, elegant spinster executive, contentedly occupies the pristine, ordered, male-free ground-floor flat. Downstairs is the ceiling of the basement flat on which Gilbert - a postman, handyman and bore who rents the flat from Barbara - is secretly painting a lurid, nude study of Barbara. Upstairs is the first floor flat which Barbara is letting to Nikki, an old schoolfriend, and Nikki's fiancé Gordon, despite the fact that Barbara and Gordon have taken an instant dislike to one another. But, ever life's victim, Nikki is destined to suffer again when Gordon and Barbara suddenly embark on a night of violent, uninhibited passion. -- This production runs from Wednesday 23rd - Saturday 26th October 2002, 7.30pm. Tickets are £4.50/£3.00 (All tickets £3.00 on Wednesday)(10% discount on block bookings) available from The East Kilbride Village Theatre Box Office - 01355 248669
Updated: 4th Oct 2002 (edit)
http://www.ek-rep.org.uk
East kilbride Rep Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Chairman, Mr Tom matthew, The cottage, West nerston farm, East kilbride, G75 01355 280 256 www.ek-rep.org.uk
Updated: 26th Apr 2003 (edit)
East Lane Theatre Club
Amateur Club: East Lane Theatre is the only live theatre in Wembley. They put on five performances anually, varying from musicals and comedies to tragedies. See www.eastlanetheatre.co.uk for deatils of the current performances and how to join.
Updated: 17th May 2005 (edit)
http://www.eastlanetheatre.co.uk
East Renfrewshire Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Eros (East Renfrewshire Operatic Society) are an Amateur Dramatic club based on the south side of Glasgow who have been entertaining audiences for 33 years with a variety of concerts, cabarets and musicals.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.eros-drama.demon.co.uk
Eastbourne Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: EODS has been entertaining Sussex for over 100 years with fantastic musicals and plays featuring talented actors of all ages. Go to our website to view more information about our history, see upcoming shows, buy tickets and more!
Updated: 9th Jun 2009 (edit)
http://www.eodsinfo.co.uk
Eastleigh Operatic and Musical Society
Amateur Club: EOMS is based at Eastleigh, Hampshire. We perform Gilbert and Sullivan and other operettas, as well as more modern musicals. We also perform community concerts. We have a flourishing Junior section
Updated: 28th Oct 2000 (edit)
http://www.hants.org.uk/eoms/
EBOS
Amateur Club:
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.free2you.co.uk/home/ebos
Ed Woods
Amateur Club: Member of Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education Music, Acting and Dance (MAD) club. Based in Cheltenham. Currently in rehearsals for West Side Story.
Updated: 7th Mar 2001 (edit)
Edinburgh Gang Show
Amateur Club: Edinburgh Scouts & Guides Present Gang Show 2001 at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh 20 - 24 NOvember 0131 529 6000
Updated: 31st Oct 2001 (edit)
http://www.edinburgh-gangshow.com
Edinburgh Theatre Arts
Amateur Club: A Tale of Two Cities 10-22 Aug 2009 7.40 PM St Ninians Hall Edinburgh Theatre Arts have been in existence for over 50 years and over the past decade the company’s programme has included “Juno and the Paycock”, “Of Mice and Men”, “One flew over the Cuckoo’s nest”. “The Imaginary Invalid” by Moliere was presented at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2002, and this went on to sweep all the acting awards at the Fleetwood Drama Festival last October Contact: Simon Peers 1 Mill Wynd East Linton EH40 3AE Tel 01620 860 802 or 07845 511667
Updated: 21st Jun 2009 (edit)
http://www.edinburghtheatrearts.org
Edinburgh University Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Edinburgh University Theatre Company runs the Bedlam Theatre in Edinburgh, the only student run theatre in the UK. Each year the EUTC puts on over fifty shows, takes three shows to the Edinburgh Fringe and organises Febfest, Scotland's largest new writing festival.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.eusa.ed.ac.uk/societies/bedlam/
Edinburgh Youth Orchestra
Amateur Club:
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.ednet.co.uk/~eyo/
Edward Alderton Theatre
Amateur Club: The Edward Alderton Theatre is a non-professional theatre company based in Bexleyheath, Kent. We produce about 8 shows per season with each normally running for 7 nights. All forms of drama are catered for, thrillers, comedies and musicals.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.edward-alderton.ukf.net
Ego Productions
Amateur Club: "EGO Productions" is an amateur company whose objective is to mount the most professional production possible using local talent. This objective also follows through to everything connected with the show, the programme, the advertising, the set and the props. Ego Productions strives for professionalism in the world of amateur theatre. (Based - Hertfordshire)
Updated: 5th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.egoproductions.co.uk
Ellesmere Port Musical Theatre
Amateur Club: Formerly Ellesmere Port Amateur Operatic Society. Perform 2 shows per year at Ellesmere Port Civic Hall Have a junior section Footloose Musicals
Updated: 11th Jun 2003 (edit)
http://www.ellesmereportmusicaltheatre.co.uk
Emotional Baggage Theatre
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre group.
Updated: 29th May 1998 (edit)
Encore Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Musical Theatre Group for Stone (Staffordshire) and surrounding area.
Updated: 3rd Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.encoregroup.co.uk
Enderby Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Enderby Theatre Company is a small amateur society based in Enderby, Leicester. The group is 10 years old in 1999. For more info about previous productions.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
Enniskillen Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Amateur drama society formed in 1928.
Updated: 18th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://www.eads.btinternet.co.uk
Enniskillen Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Amateur drama society formed in 1928.
Updated: 20th Jan 2010 (edit)
http://www.enniskillendramasociety.wordpress.com
Epsom Light Opera Company
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre company producing two musicals a year and concentrating on the quality of music. The web site always has up to date information on current activities, including the rehearsal schedule, audition pieces and social events.
Updated: 23rd Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.eloc.org.uk/
Epsom Light Opera Company
Amateur Club: A friendly and thriving group performing two musicals or operettas a year at Epsom Playhouse. We rehearse in Tadworth, Surrey and are always happy to welcome new members. For further information, pleae see our web site.
Updated: 19th Apr 2003 (edit)
http://www.eloc.org.uk/
Epsom Players
Amateur Club: Epsom Players evovled in the 1980's from Epsom Operatic & Dramatic Society which was formed in 1911. A friendly & welcoming society we perform at least one large-scale musical plus several smaller productions a year. Rehearsals are in Epsom, Surrey and performances take place at the Epsom Playhouse. Future productions include Jesus Christ Superstar in October 2005. For further information and details on membership please see the website.
Updated: 4th Apr 2005 (edit)
http://www.epsomplayers.co.uk
Epsom Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Epsom Youth Theatre is an amateur dramatics group devoted to teaching stage-craft to youngsters between the ages of 11 and 21. We are always happy to welcome new members, at all levels. Visit our website for more information.
Updated: 28th Aug 2004 (edit)
http://eyt.maxisgamer.org
Erewash Musical Society
Amateur Club: Formed in 1895, Erewash Musical Society are an amateur theatre company who produce and maintain professional standards. Based in Long Eaton, we produce twice-yearly musicals, shows and concerts.
Updated: 31st Jul 2006 (edit)
http://www.erewashmusicalsociety.co.uk
Erewash Musical Society
Amateur Club: Formed in 1895, Erewash Musical Society are an amateur theatre company who produce and maintain professional standards. Based at the Duchess Theatre Long Eaton, they produce twice-yearly musicals, shows and concerts.
Updated: 29th Oct 2003 (edit)
http://www.erewashmusicals.com
Erith Playhouse
Amateur Club: Erith Playhouse is a non-professional repertory theatre sited on the Thames in the London Borough of Bexley. It is the only public theatre in Bexley and run by members who have a shared interest in performing arts. We present 12 productions a year.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.paston.co.uk/playhouse
Escape Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: ESCAPE WITH THE BIG BAND SOUND- 22nd-24th JULY 2004- OUR BRAND NEW MUSICAL! WRITTEN BY 2 EX-MEMBERS!! COME AND SEE IT!!!At: Wakefield Theatre Royal and Opera House! Based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, for children aged 11-18. We produce one full scale musical a year at a professional venue and many charity concerts in between.
Updated: 10th May 2004 (edit)
http://www.streethouse.wakefield.sch.uk/eyt/new/index.html
ESNA PLAYERS
Amateur Club:
Updated: 25th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.esnaplayers.org.uk
Essential Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Essential Theatre Company is a community theatre project based in North London and has been established for over 10 years providing high quality productions. The forthcoming production is HABEAS CORPUS by Alan Bennett. Please see the website for details.
Updated: 14th May 2007 (edit)
http://www.essentialtheatre.org.uk
Esso Music and Drama Group
Amateur Club:
Updated: 26th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.essomusicdrama.org.uk
EU Footlights
Amateur Club: The Edinburgh University Footlights are a highly-acclaimed drama group, who stage at least 2 professional-quality musicals a year in Edinburgh.
Updated: 29th Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.eusa.ed.ac.uk/societies/footlights
Exeter Drama Company
Amateur Club: Set in the old West quarter of Exeter the Exeter Drama Company has been in existence since 1954. The theatre is housed in an old church hall immediately behind St Marys Steps Church in Stepcote Hill. The Company present 4 productions a year in March, June, September and December and a mixed programme is presented to the associate membership each year. Due to fire regulations we are not able to advertise our productions and have to rely on a mailing list of associate members who pay a minimal subscription every September to receive a copy of the four publicity letters sent out during the year. Full membership is currently running at 42 members and associate membership of over 300. All are welcome, not only for acting, but for set building, painting, making coffee/tea, costume making and prompting. For further details on current productions, membership fees (full or associate), or any maters relating to the Exeter Drama Company please e-mail the Publicity & Recruitment Officer.
Updated: 25th Aug 2000 (edit)
Exeter Little Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Exeter Little Theatre Company, situated in Preston Street in the heart of the old West Quarter of the city, is an amateur company and at present we are well over a hundred members who perform three plays and a pantomime each year together with the Youth Group productions and one act plays for competitive festivals. As well as taking part in all aspects of our productions we also perform and learn from regular workshops, play readings, poetry readings and all forms of dramatic art. All our productions take place at our stage home since 1974, the Barnfield Theatre.
Updated: 6th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.eltc.org.uk/
Exit Stage Left Theatre Company
Amateur Club: A community based 'fringe' voluntary theatre company, based in South Norwood, London, SE25. Our main aim is to provide high quality, affordable, live theatre for the people of Croydon and beyond.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://welcome.to/exitsl
Exit Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Community Theatre Company based in Croydon. Open to everyone over the age of 18 years. Specialising in high quality, fringe theatre. Contact: Gill Butler Tel: 0208 654 8104
Updated: 1st Sep 2001 (edit)
Exmouth Players
Amateur Club: The Exmouth Players were founded by the late Jessie Blackmore in the late 1920's. Productions were mostly staged at the Exmouth Pavilion. Rehearsals were at the Royal Beacon Hotel and they met socially in a Nissen Hut in the grounds of the "Cranford Club." A Billiard hall became vacant in Bicton Street and Miss Blackmore purchased this building and leased it out to the players. Hence the name "Blackmore Theatre" In 1984 the Blackmore Theatre was granted a theatre license and all productions have been held there ever since. These include a Pantomime in Jan, Plays in March, June, August, October. For the past 22 years the Players have hosted a 1 Act Play Festival and the Professional Adjudicators from all over the country have fallen in love with this unique little theatre. At the turn of the Millennium, The Exmouth Players had purchased the theatre and the dream that began in a Nissen hut in the grounds of the Cranford Club has become a reality. We are a friendly club always looking for new members. We produce four plays a year, and also have regular play readings. We host a One Act Play Festival in April, and a pantomime in January.
Updated: 12th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.blackmoretheatre.co.uk
Faringdon Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Faringdon Dramatic Society. (FDS). Faringdon is half way between Oxford and Swindon on the A420.
Updated: 7th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.faringdondramatic.org.uk
Faringdon Dramatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 17th Jun 2003 (edit)
http://www.faringdondramatic.org.uk
Farnham Shakespeare Company
Amateur Club: Surrey based amateur club. Performs one Shakespeare per year outdoors and professionally directed.
Updated: 20th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.surreyweb.org.uk/fsc
Farnworth Little Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 11th Jul 2005 (edit)
http://www.farnworthlittletheatre.co.uk
Felixstowe Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society
Amateur Club: FADOS has been performing plays and musicalsin in Felixstowe, Suffolk for over 50 years.
Updated: 20th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://homepages.tesco.net/~fados/
Festival Players Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 20th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/festplay
Finchley & Friern Barnet Operatic Society
Amateur Club: FFBOS is one of North London's best known amateur dramatic societies, staging two musicals a year within the North London area. Check out our web-site for more information about the society, including current, future and past productions.
Updated: 13th Mar 2007 (edit)
http://www.ffbos.com
First Act Theatre
Amateur Club: First Act Theatre is an exciting concept in theatre for young people. As well as the obvious aim of giving them the opportunity to perform on stage in plays, musicals and revues, First Act offers a great deal more. Working with a dedicated team, First Act provides a professional standard of training in lighting, sound, stage management, marketing and show production - in fact all operational aspects of running a theatre. During performances, the members run all parts of the show. A new development is a First Act Theatre Orchestra, training young people under an experienced musical director. We are based at and operate the Jubilee Theatre, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
Updated: 4th Jun 2012 (edit)
http://www.firstacttheatre.com
First team theatre company
Amateur Club: An actors co-operative based in Ulverston, Cumbria - committed to presenting top quality theatre at a local level.
Updated: 4th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.firstteam.demon.co.uk
First team theatre company
Amateur Club: An actors co-operative based in Ulverston, Cumbria - committed to presenting top quality theatre at a local level.
Updated: 12th Feb 2004 (edit)
http://www.sixtwenty.co.uk/firstteam
First team theatre company
Amateur Club: An actors co-operative based in Ulverston, Cumbria - committed to presenting top quality theatre at a local level.
Updated: 12th Feb 2004 (edit)
http://www.sixtwenty.co.uk/firstteam
Flat Four
Amateur Club: A successful distributed amateur drama group. Performing mostly in competition around the UK they specialise in new works by Gillian Plowman. Have won the NDFA British All Winners festival on a number of occasions. Suspended festival appearances in 2001.
Updated: 23rd Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.flat-four.co.uk
Flat One Theatre Company
Amateur Club:
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/Broadway/4217
Flore Boards
Amateur Club: We are an amateur club based in Flore, Northamptonshire, that started some in 1993, originally to stage pantomimes to raise funds for Flore Village Primary School. We have also tackled other types of comedy, most recently (March 2000) putting on Four Plays for Coarse Actors, by [Michael Green]
Updated: 20th Mar 2000 (edit)
Flying Ducks Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The unique theatre company that "flight-tests" the comedies of playwright [David Tristram], before they are published by Flying Ducks Publications. The Ducks have a strong following in the Midlands area, and are based at Bridgnorth Theatre On The Steps.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.members.aol.com/FlyingDux1/webfoot.html
Flying Pig Productions
Amateur Club: Aberdeen's premier comedy revue group. Successful and critically-acclaimed spin-off from Aberdeen's revered Student Show, presenting original sketch-based comedy shows annually at the city's Lemon Tree Studio Theatre.
Updated: 29th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.abdn.ac.uk/~src052/pig.htm
Forest Operatic Company
Amateur Club: Forest Operatic Company based in East London/Essex.
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.angelfire.com/pa/FOREST/index.html
Forest Theatre
Amateur Club: Amateur Group based in Crawley, West Sussex. Perform three plays per season plus annual panto. New members welcome, please contact 01403 266 313
Updated: 1st Dec 2003 (edit)
Forest Theatre
Amateur Club: Amateur Group based in Crawley, West Sussex. Perform three plays per season plus annual panto. New members welcome, please contact 01403 266 313
Updated: 1st Dec 2003 (edit)
Formby Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Formby Little Theatre, Rosemary Lane, in the centre of Formby Village, near Liverpool UK. A member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain. Run by a dedicated group of amateur drama/theatre enthusaiasts. They produce 4 or 5 plays per year. The theatre is non-commerical and registered as a charity.
Updated: 9th Nov 2003 (edit)
http://www.formbytheatre.co.uk
Forth Dimension
Amateur Club: Amateur musical group in South Queensferry, near Edinburgh. Performs one musical show per year, in November
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://thrill.to/forthdimension/
Fortwilliam Musical Society
Amateur Club: Scottish amateur club.
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.fortunecity.com/tinpan/wellerville/522
Forum Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.bigfoot.com/~forumplayers
Forum Players
Amateur Club: Forum Players, Bourne End, Bucks. If you are interested in joining or club either backstage or onstage please email me for details. For details of our next Production please visit our Web Site.
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.bigfoot.com/~forumplayers
Fourways Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: A youth theatre run by young people, for young people. Based in High Wycombe - no experience necessary!
Updated: 28th Apr 2003 (edit)
Frankly Bizarre
Amateur Club: We rehearse most Wednesdays from 7.30pm at the Recreation Ground Hall, Church Street, Old Catton, Norwich. Formed in 1992 we write most of our own pantos & also perform plays/comedies. We perform twice yearly at the Sewell Barn Theatre, Constitution Hill, Norwich. We are always looking for new members aged 16 & over, both on & off stage, no experience necessary, just enthusiasm!
Updated: 26th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.amdram.co.uk/franklybizarre
Frayed Knot Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in Tring, Hertfordshire. Performances mainly at The Court Theatre, Pendley, Tring, Herts. Small, friendly but very active am dram company that doesn't take itself too seriously. Presents three shows a year at present - mainly comedies. Warm welcome for new members. No previous experience required. Actor/esses, Directors, Producers, Technical & Artistic - any skills accomodated ! Most Mondays & Wednesdays, New Mill Social Centre, Tring (our rehearsal hall) - drop in and see us !
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.matthew-homes.co.uk/frayed-knot.html
Frisby Players
Amateur Club: Amateur Dramatic Society formed in 1995 and based in the Leicestershire village of Frisby on the Wreake. We put on two performances a year, usually farces or comic plays. We welcome new members both on the acting side and helpers for back stage and front of house. All our proceeds are disbursed to local charities and organisations in our community.
Updated: 16th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.frisbyplayers.net
Frodsham Players
Amateur Club: Cheshire. Two to four plays a year.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
Frome Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/andrew.carpenter/FAOS
Frome Pantomime Company
Amateur Club: Frome Pantomime company has been running for 16 year now has has produced a quality pantomime every year. But that it not all that members enjoy, Frome Pantomime Company enjoys active envolvement throught the year in an area where amateur theatre has a great and solid grounding. All welcome, and new faces are always welcomed in. Above all Frome Pantomime Company is a local group where all our members want to produce quaility theatre productions but above all to enjoy them, after all that is what theatre is and entertainment form for the viewers and the performers. So come and join us.
Updated: 19th May 2000 (edit)
Full Circle Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We are a friendly company of teenagers, run by three enthusiastic, well qualified people. We have two groups Full Circle STARTERS and SENIORS, whcih both meet on a Saturday and cater for 6-18 year olds. We produce 4 musicals a year (2 per group), and have a laugh, while getting ahead in theatre production. For further info or show details e-mail Kelly on kbarry1984@aol.com, or call on 079 5711 4889 Everyone Welcome!!
Updated: 7th Jan 2001 (edit)
Full Circle Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Full Circle Theatre Company was set up in June 2002. The Full Circle philosophy is based on nurturing new talent. At the heart of the company's work is its core concept of creating the entire show, from script to production. Their key aim is to give anyone who is interested in any aspect of theatre an opportunity to learn, develop and practice their theatrical skills. Between shows, the company meets up every Sunday for a variety of workshops: vocal, performance, directing, writing techniques, script read through etc. The meetings alternate between Watford (St Andrews' Church, Church Road, Watford), and London (Interactive1 (Offices), Lazer House, 132-140 Goswell Road, London (Nearest tubes are Barbican and Old Street)). They meet from 1.30pm until 5.30pm. If you are interested in attending any of the workshops or require further information, please email the company at the address given above.
Updated: 22nd Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.fullcircletheatre.co.uk
Fylde Coast Players
Amateur Club: For over forty years, Fylde Coast Players have been delighting our local audiences with top quality plays.
Updated: 11th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.icca.co.uk/FyldeCoastPlayers
Gainford Drama Club
Amateur Club: Gainford Drama Club are an amateur group having regular play readings and social events for members and friends together with Spring and Autumn productions. We are always looking for new members to act, or help back stage and membership is open to everyone.
Updated: 18th Nov 2006 (edit)
http://www.gainforddramaclub.co.uk
Gamlingay Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 10th Dec 2000 (edit)
http://www.crosswinds.net/~gplayers/
Garden Suburb Theatre
Amateur Club: A leading award-winning North West London drama society. 220+ members enable us to mount 5 shows a year - one involving children and music and another outdoors in our arena in Little Oak Wood. For smaller, more intimate audiences we sometimes venture into the Gatehouse at Highgate, but mostly our shows are staged at the Institute Theatre in Central Square, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London NW11. Reecnt Awards and nominations have been for plays by Arthur Miller. Joe Orton, Ariel Dorfman and Shaw. We do Shakespeare at a rate of slightly more than one every two years. Always looking for new mebers to do a huge variety of things - acting, directing, backstage and front of house. membership conveys ticket advantages.
Updated: 18th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk
Gareth Goddard
Amateur Club: Opera to the highest standards in rural Wiltshire (Devizes). Professional soloists and a highly trained chorus - new members always welcome including "non singers" for stage crew & all the support services. Please visit the website for more information and contact details.
Updated: 30th Dec 2006 (edit)
http://www.whitehorseopera.org.uk/index.html
Gloc Musical Theatre
Amateur Club: Winners of the 1997 NODA London Award for 'Best Chorus Work'.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://members.tripod.com/~glocmt
Gloucester Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: An Amateur group who own the New Olympus theatre (rebuilt on challenge program).
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
HTTP://members.tripod.com/~Paul_Crichard/theatre.html
Godalming Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Godalming Operatic Society is one of the UK's leading amateur Gilbert and Sullivan societies. For news of forthcoming productions and information on joining this friendly group call the Membership Secretary, Mr Jeff Holliday on 01483 894437 email: jefholl@googlemail.com or the Hon.Sec. Jean Pratt on 01483 417653 email jean.pratt2@btopenworld.com or visit our website
Updated: 2nd Dec 2009 (edit)
http://www.godalmingoperatic.org.uk
Godalming Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Godalming Theatre Group is a well established society, performing in the Godalming and Guildford area of Surrey. We stage three productions a year: a comedy/drama, a musical and a Christmas show/pantomime. We normally rehearse on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Wilfrid Noyce Centre in Godalming. We have a thriving youth group that normally meets on Wednesdays at the Wilfrid Noyce Centre, before the main rehearsal later in the evening. We also have a touring company that performs cabaret style entertainment in locations across the south-east of England. We regularly take bookings for various fund raising events.
Updated: 23rd Sep 2003 (edit)
http://www.gtguk.com
Good Companions Stage Society
Amateur Club: Good Companions Stage Society is a Derby based company producing one revue and one full-scale musical each year.
Updated: 18th Aug 1999 (edit)
http://www.goodies.dabsol.co.uk/
Gosforth Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: A village society based in Gosforth, West Cumbria. It stages two full-length plays and a pantomime each year and also regularly enters a one-act play into the All England Theatre Festival. We are always looking for new members. To find out all about the society and how to join us, please visit our web site.
Updated: 3rd Mar 2004 (edit)
http://www.gads.org.uk
Graffham Rustics
Amateur Club: An amateur operatic and dramatic society based at eth Empire Hall in the Village of Graffham, near Petworth in West Sussex. we have been staging musiclas, plays and operettas since 1951. Our productions have won awards for excellence and in 2004 we won the West Chiltington Drama Festival
Updated: 15th Jul 2004 (edit)
http://www.graffhamrustics.co.uk
Graffham Rustics
Amateur Club: An amateur operatic and dramatic society based at eth Empire Hall in the Village of Graffham, near Petworth in West Sussex. we have been staging musiclas, plays and operettas since 1951. Our productions have won awards for excellence and in 2004 we won the West Chiltington Drama Festival
Updated: 15th Jul 2004 (edit)
http://www.graffhamrustics.co.uk
Graffham Rustics
Amateur Club: Based at The Empire Hall in the West Sussex village of Graffham, near Petworth, The Graffham Rustics is a friendly, relaxed drama society. We have been staging plays, mucicals and operettas since our foundation in 1951. We have tackled a wide range of material from Shakespeare, Gilbert and Sullivan, Alan Ayckbourn, J. B. Priestley to modern musicals. Of our 100 active members and supporters, the youngest perfomer in a recent production was only 7, whilst we still have founding members fr
Updated: 10th Jul 2004 (edit)
Grayshott Stagers
Amateur Club: The Grayshott Stagers are an Amateur Society located in the village of Grayshott on the borders of Hampshire and Surrey. We produce one major musical each spring, and full length plays, one act plays, and other theatrically related events throughout the year.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.legat.clara.net
Green Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Amateur youth theatre group with own venue in New Malden, Surrey, UK. Weekly workshops and approximately 6 plays per year. Opportunities onstage, back stage or front of house. Anyone aged between 14 -25 welcome, no experience necessary just enthusiasm!
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.greentheatre.co.uk
Greenock Players
Amateur Club: Greenock is located on the West Coast of Scotland, about 25 miles from Glasgow. Greenock Players perform 3 full length shows a year (Spring, Autumn and a Pantomime at Christmas) and also enter the SCDA One-Act Play Festival. Although a large club we are always on the lookout for new members to help out in any capacity. We meet at Greenock Arts Guild on the first Thursday of each month and can be contacted through the Club Secretary c/o Greenock Arts Guild.
Updated: 6th Aug 1999 (edit)
Griffin Players
Amateur Club: The Griffin Players are a long-established amateur drama group based in Luton,Bedfordshire. Each year we present three productions, typically a full-length play, a musical and a Christmas pantomime. Our productions usually take place in June, September and December of each year at Luton's Library Theatre. We normally rehearse on Monday and Thursday evenings and with additional rehearsals Sunday afternoons as and when required. We are proud to be part of the award-winning Vauxhall Motors Recreation Club and enjoy the use of their extensive facilities.
Updated: 25th Aug 2003 (edit)
http://www.griffinplayers.com
Griffin Players
Amateur Club: The Griffin Players are a long-established amateur drama group based in Luton,Bedfordshire. Each year we present three productions, typically a full-length play, a musical and a Christmas pantomime. Our productions usually take place in June, September and December of each year at Luton's Library Theatre. We normally rehearse on Monday and Thursday evenings and with additional rehearsals Sunday afternoons as and when required. We are proud to be part of the award-winning Vauxhall Motors Recreation Club and enjoy the use of their extensive facilities.
Updated: 25th Aug 2003 (edit)
http://www.griffinplayers.com
Grosvenor Light Opera Company
Amateur Club: Central London based company specialising in the Operas of Gilbert & Sullivan for the past fifty years!
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://website.lineone.net/~gloc/
Grosvenor Light Opera Company (Up to date)
Amateur Club: Grosvenor Light Opera Company- our motto is "Never Knowingly Undersung!" We meet on a Monday evening in Central London, and produce an annual show, and a Christmas concert every year, along with other ad hoc events. Our main emphasis is on the works of Gilbert and Sullivan. New members are always welcome, both chorus and potential soloists. For more details call Ruth Smith on 0208 698 8501, e-mail us or visit our web-site.
Updated: 7th Dec 2001 (edit)
http://www.gloc.org
Grove Park Theatre
Amateur Club: We are an Amateur Company that presents a diverse season of 6 plays and a pantomime every year.
Updated: 1st Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.groveparktheatre.co.uk
Guide Bridge Theatre
Amateur Club: We produce 9 shows a year including a pantomime, with no "off season". Based in Audenshaw, Manchester, England.
Updated: 25th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.gbtheatre.co.uk
Guild of Players
Amateur Club: Guild of Players, Theatre Royal, DUMFRIES (Amateur Club) Website The Guild of Players is based in the Theatre Royal, DUMFRIES the oldest working theatre in Scotland. We put on a season of five plays each season plus a pantomime. We are currently looking for new members, behind the scenes or on stage. If you are interested E-mail us now
Updated: 26th Sep 1999 (edit)
http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~gopdumfr
Guild Players
Amateur Club: The Guild Players are based at Finchley Methodist Church Hall, London N3. We present 2 productions a year, ranging from plays and comedy to pantomimes and musicals.
Updated: 15th Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.guildplayers.org.uk/
Hackney Players, The
Amateur Club: Meeting on Monday and Thursday evenings. At least 4 productions a year. Established in 1971.
Updated: 14th Sep 2007 (edit)
http://www.hackneyplayers.org.uk
HADS
Amateur Club: Highworth Amateur Dramatic Society.
Updated: 10th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.hads.co.uk
Halifax Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: G&S Society in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Founded in 1968. Mounts one fully staged production each November, in Halifax Playhouse, plus a concert season in the Spring.
Updated: 5th Oct 2004 (edit)
http://www.halifaxgands.org.uk
Halifax Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: G&S Society in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Founded in 1968. Mounts one fully staged production each November, in Halifax Playhouse, plus a concert season in the Spring.
Updated: 5th Oct 2004 (edit)
http://www.halifaxgands.org.uk
Halifax Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: G&S Society in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Founded in 1968. Mounts one fully staged production each November, in Halifax Playhouse, plus a concert season in the Spring.
Updated: 5th Oct 2004 (edit)
http://www.halifaxgands.org.uk
Halifax Thespians
Amateur Club:
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://halifax-thespians.org.uk
Hall Green Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Hall Green Little Theatre situated in the sunny suburbs of Birmingham. We produce a season of ten plays all of varying complexity and generas. Why not pay our site a look.
Updated: 22nd Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.hglt.co.uk
Halton Entertainments & Art Regional Theatre School
Amateur Club: H.E.A.R.T.S. is a newly formed theatre group, working in a highly unemploymnt area of cheshire called Widnes which is apro 12 miles from Liverpool. We mainly have members from children upto adults who have never had the chance to tred the boards before. We teach them (free of charge) all aspects of theatre work front and back stage.And we have visits from proffessional theatre members to help pass on their skills.We welcome any kind of help to bring more skills to all concerned.
Updated: 27th Aug 2002 (edit)
HAODS
Amateur Club: Horsham Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society, Horsham, West Sussex.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.born76.freeserve.co.uk
HAODS
Amateur Club: Henley on Thames Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society. Celebrating 80 years of producing and performing shows in Henley.
Updated: 14th May 2002 (edit)
http://www.haods.com
Harbour Arts Youth Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.harbourarts.org.uk
Harlequin Players
Amateur Club: We are an amateur theatre company, producing six full length plays every year, studio nights, play reading evenings and social events. Located half way along Queen Street, Northwich, Cheshire, the theatre has tiered seating for 96 patrons, parking, wheelchair access, a hearing aid induction loop and bar. Our recent productions have included :- classics by Oscar Wilde, William Shakespeare and Arthur Miller; comedies by John Godber, Alan Bennett and Neil Simon; stage versions of The Darling Buds of May, Shirley Valentine and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; family favourites like A Christmas Carol, Wind in the Willows and Cider With Rosie and unusual choices including Wyrd Sisters, Keeping Tom Nice and Loveplay. 
Updated: 4th Sep 2005 (edit)
http://www.harlequinplayers.co.uk
Harlequin Players
Amateur Club: We are an amateur theatre company, producing six full length plays every year, studio nights, play reading evenings and social events. Located half way along Queen Street, Northwich, Cheshire, the theatre has tiered seating for 96 patrons, parking, wheelchair access, a hearing aid induction loop and bar. Our recent productions have included :- classics by Oscar Wilde, William Shakespeare and Arthur Miller; comedies by John Godber, Alan Bennett and Neil Simon; stage versions
Updated: 4th Sep 2005 (edit)
Harlequin Players Light Opera
Amateur Club: Harlequin Players (Harrow) is a Light Opera Company which was established in 1987 and is based in North Harrow. The Company also runs Harlequin Youth Drama for boys and girls aged between 10 - 17. The Light Opera members enjoy singing a wide repertoire of songs at our January and Spring concerts and we stage a major musical show each year. As with most amateur societies, we are always pleased to welcome new singing members. If you would like to be a part of our busy Company, please come along to a rehearsal (see "How to get to us"), or contact Chairman Shirley Jones for details on membership and audition.
Updated: 28th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.harlequinplayers-harrow.co.uk
Harlequin Theatre
Amateur Club: Harlequin Theatre is a junior company catering for 8 to 18 year olds operating firmly within a Christian community. All aspects of the theatre are covered in every production. No audition for membership, just enthusiasm required (talent is a bonus!)
Updated: 4th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.harlequin.bn15.net
Harlequin Theatre Company
Amateur Club: An amateur company based in Aberdeen , set up in 1994 with the aim of staging productions of shows which have not been performed before by an amateur group in the Aberdeen area.
Updated: 14th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Alan_D_Duncan/harlquin.htm
Harlequin Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Harlequin Theatre Company is based in North London and is a young (ish!) company of performers who stage one musical show each year.
Updated: 22nd Nov 1999 (edit)
http://website.lineone.net/~harlequintc
Harlequin Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Come here it is ace! It is situated in Great Barr Birmingham.
Updated: 3rd Nov 2000 (edit)
http://-
Harpenden Light Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We perform two mucicals a year in March and October. Our next production in March 2001 is "Crazy For You". For more information, ticket enquiries and membership details e-mail us.
Updated: 3rd Nov 2000 (edit)
Harpenden Light Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We reherse every Tuesday and Thursday at St. Johns Church Hall Harpenden. We put on two musicals a year in the Spring and Autumn and are involved in numerous concerts throughout the year. We are always looking for new members who enjoy every aspect of amateur theatre and music.
Updated: 26th Jan 2002 (edit)
http://www.harpenden-operatic.co.uk
HArry Connell
Amateur Club: An AmDram theatre group based in Hartlepool, Teesside
Updated: 22nd May 2006 (edit)
http://www.hartlepoolstagesociety.com
Hartlepool Operatic & Dramatic Association
Amateur Club:
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://clubzine.com/hoda
Hartlepool Stage Society
Amateur Club: Hartlepool Stage Society specialise in musicals and dance and have a thriving junior section
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.contango.demon.co.uk/hss.html
Hartlepool Stage Society
Amateur Club: Am Dram
Updated: 2nd May 2006 (edit)
http://www.hartlepoolstagesociety.com
Hartley Arts Group
Amateur Club: We are an amateur group doing both music and drama based in Hartley Wintney, Hampshire. We put on three major shows a year - plays, musicals or variety shows - plus do Christmas Choral music in our local churches. New members - on stage or off - always welcome!
Updated: 23rd Aug 2000 (edit)
http://www.hag.org.uk
Haslemere Players
Amateur Club: Amatuer dramatic society based in Haslemere in Surrey and playing at the Haslemere Hall.
Updated: 30th Sep 2000 (edit)
http://www.haslemereplayers.com
Hastleons Amateur Dramatics Society
Amateur Club: A Hastings based society performing at least two musicals a year for the last 70 years.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.hastleons.demon.co.uk
HATS Theatre Group (Amateur)
Amateur Club: HATS Theatre Group are an amateur dramatics group based in Urmston, Manchester, UK. We have been putting on productions for the local community since the early 1970s. We meet on Thursdays and perform at least three plays each year. Wide age range. New members and volunteers are always welcome.
Updated: 30th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://www.partridge.clara.net/index.htm
Hatton Operatic Society
Amateur Club: An amateur group formed in 1945 and based near London's Heathrow Airport. We perform musicals, G&S, Music Halls, concerts etc in the surrounding area.
Updated: 14th Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.btinternet.com/~keeganr/hos/index.htm
Haverfordwest Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Musical Society based in Haverfordwest, West Wales. Currently rehearsing for Barnum, which opens on July 7th at the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven
Updated: 23rd May 2001 (edit)
http://www.hwoperatics.co.uk
Havering Music Makers
Amateur Club:
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.thehedgehogs.freeserve.co.uk/hmm/
Hayes and Harlington Operatic Society
Amateur Club: A Site dedicated to the past present and future of the Hayes and Harlington Operatic Society
Updated: 21st Nov 1998 (edit)
http://www.btinternet.com/~w.gilbody/index.htm
Headgate Theatre Colchester
Amateur Club: The Headgate Theatre is the home for amateur performing arts in Colchester. The £200,000 conversion of the interior has started and is on course for an opening early in 2002.For further information please see the website.
Updated: 8th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.headgatetheatre.co.uk
Headingley Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We perform a musical in May at the Leeds Civic Theatre, a smaller production or a concert in the Autumn, and then a Christmas Concert. Rehearsal dates vary but tend to start as Tuesdays for the main show and Mondays for concerts.
Updated: 18th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.haos.freeservers.com
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Updated: 10th Feb 2003 (edit)
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Amateur Club: hi im looking for an amateur dramatics club in barkingside essex im 16 yrs old with not much experience please help!!
Updated: 10th Feb 2003 (edit)
Henley Expressive Arts
Amateur Club: Henley Expressive Arts consists of group of adults with learning disabilities who are interested in expressing themselves through the medium of theatre.
Updated: 8th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://members.tripod.com/paul.seba/
Henley Players
Amateur Club: The Henley Players were formed in Henley-on-Thames in 1948 to provide entertainment for the public and the players and to foster an interest in drama and live theatre. We perform two full length plays each year at the Kenton Theatre and also enter one act plays in local drama festivals. New members are always welcome
Updated: 15th Nov 1999 (edit)
Henley-in-Arden Drama Society
Amateur Club: Henley-in-Arden Drama Society (HADS). Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire.
Updated: 5th Apr 2000 (edit)
Herald Players
Amateur Club: Guildford, Surrey.
Updated: 21st Nov 1999 (edit)
http://home.onet.co.uk/~drhbjvhb/
Hereford Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Founded in 1898, our Societies annual programme includes two major musicals at The Courtyard, a Summer Concert, Youth productions and social events at our own Little Theatre/Clubroom. New members most welcome.
Updated: 6th Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.haos.co.uk
Hereford Gilbert and Sullivan Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are an amateur society performing the works of W S gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan, plus other light operas, based in Hereford.
Updated: 15th Nov 2010 (edit)
http://www.herefordgandssociety.org.uk
Herstmonceux Amateur Theatrical Society HATS
Amateur Club: We are a newly formed society (2 Years) who perform in our brand new village hall in Herstmonceux East Sussex. We are performing Blitz by Lional Bart this November (21st - 25th) and are looking forward to a superb production!
Updated: 23rd Aug 2000 (edit)
http://www.dreamwater.com/hats1
Heston Drama Group
Amateur Club: West London. Amateur group.
Updated: 15th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.hestondramagroup.co.uk
HIADS
Amateur Club: The HIADS (Hayling Island ADS), Station Theatre.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.hants.gov.uk/hayling_dramatics/index.htm
Highbury Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Highbury Little Theatre, Sutton Coldfield
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
Hinchley Manor Operatic Society, Surrey
Amateur Club: Founded in 1949, the group produces two musicals a year. Rehearsals are in Surbiton, Surrey from 8pm-10pm on Monday evenings. Principal rehearsals on Friday evenings with ocassional Sunday rehearsals close to the show. Recent productions include: Lady Be Good (Epsom Playhouse), Jack The Ripper (Vera Fletcher Hall), Charlie Girl (Epsom Playhouse). Next show CHESS the musical which includes I Know Him So Well and One Night In Bangkok. Rehearsal period starts October 2000, show March 2001. Autumn 2001 show will be No, No, Nanette. NEW MEMBERS WELCOME BOTH ON STAGE AND BACKSTAGE. E-mail for details.
Updated: 5th Sep 2000 (edit)
http://www.hmos.org.uk
Hollesley Players
Amateur Club: A small, friendly group comprising adults and juniors performing two productions a year at Hollesley Village Hall, nr Woodbridge, Suffolk.
Updated: 17th Oct 2000 (edit)
http://www.hollesleyplayers.org.uk
Horndean Amateur Theatrical Society
Amateur Club: Small, social and long-established drama group, meets on Fridays in Merchistoun Hall, Horndean, Hants. Puts on 2 or 3 plays a year. Always pleased to welcome new people over the age of 16.
Updated: 14th Dec 2001 (edit)
http://www.hants.org.uk/pad/index.html
Horwich AODS
Amateur Club: BEN/BATS Award Winning Amateur Society 2000/2001 for 'Best Musical' Performing Me and My Girl 20th - 24th May 2003 at The Albert Hall, Bolton Box Office (01204) 694643
Updated: 26th Aug 2002 (edit)
http://www.horwichaods.com
Hounslow Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Hounslow Musical Theatre Company is part of the London Borough of Hounslows adult education programme. It is open to adult members of the public. The author of this paragraph no longer has any connection with HMTC, the website referred to only reflects the previous regime of HMTC and not the current one. Please go to www.socsingers.co.uk to learn about another amateur musical company in the Hounslow area
Updated: 17th Jul 2002 (edit)
http://hounslowmusicaltheatre.homestead.com/
Hoyland Amateur Theatrical Society - H.A.T.S.
Amateur Club: Local amateur society concentrating on musical theatre and light operatics. One production per year in October. Meet weekly during rehearsal period (May-Oct). Based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Contact David Armitage on 01226 370204.
Updated: 20th Sep 1999 (edit)
HumDrum
Amateur Club: HumDrum AmDram Theatre Company. A Portsmouth-based amateur theatre group established in 1993.
Updated: 20th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.hants.org.uk/humdrum/
Huntingdon Drama Club
Amateur Club: Huntingdon Drama Club has been going since 1943. We perform two full-length plays a year, one in the Spring the other in the Autumn, as well entering local one-act play festivals. We meet once a month for a play-reading and organise social activities on a regular basis. We welcome new members.
Updated: 23rd Oct 2000 (edit)
http://www.huntingdondramaclub.co.uk
Huntingdonshire Philharmonic
Amateur Club: The Huntingdonshire Philharmonic was formed in 1977 by an amalgamation of the Huntingdon Choral Society and the Huntingdon Orchestral Society under the direction of musician and composer Christopher Brown. Since this time it has developed a wide reputation for the variety and quality of its performances.
Updated: 20th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.huntsphil.freeserve.co.uk/
Huntingdonshire Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra
Amateur Club: The Huntingdonshire Philharmonic aims to encourage and inspire a love of music in the local community by giving regular concerts in the Huntingdonshire area. It offers a wide-ranging repertoire, including works by contemporary composers, and seeks to maintain the highest possible standards of performance and presentation. Its policy is to engage soloists of high calibre, especially younger artists. It welcomes the involvement of young local musicians in the life of the Society, and it fosters links with similar societies in the area and further afield. Above all, the Phil aims to provide its members and audience with an enjoyable, varied and stimulating concert programme.
Updated: 19th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.huntsphil.freeserve.co.uk
Hurstpierpoint Players
Amateur Club: One of the leading groups in Sussex, we have our own theatre in the High Street. The Players first performed in 1937 and are still going strong today. The year 2000 will see us putting on five productions a year. You can keep up to date with everything we are doing by checking out our website. If you are near us let us know what you're doing and we can put it in our newsletter. Join us on-line today.
Updated: 20th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.hurst-players.totalserve.co.uk/
Hurstpierpoint Players
Amateur Club: The Hurstpierpoint Players were formed in 1936 and is one of the leading Amateur Groups in Sussex. Owned by the group, The Players Theatre in Hurstpierpoint High Street, is the venue for five productions and a pantomime every year. A wide range of shows for every taste, ranging from Bouncers to Macbeth, Ayckbourn to Shaffer. See our website for programme.
Updated: 18th Feb 2003 (edit)
http://www.hurst-players.org.uk
HWMES
Amateur Club: Amateur musical theatre group in High Wycombe and Bucks.
Updated: 4th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.hwmes.com
Hyperlink
Amateur Club: Aim is to collaborate and devise using the medium of the internet.
Updated: 20th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://homepages.tesco.net/~theatre2000/
Ian Barlow
Amateur Club: Sanderstead dramatic Club are proud to announce this years pantomime ?Puss In Boots?. To be performed at All Saints Church Hall, Onslow gardens, Sanderstead between Saturday 11th and Saturday 18th January 2003. Matinees on Saturdays and Sunday 12th at 2:00pm. Evening performances on Saturday at 6:00pm. Weekday performances at 8:00pm. Tickets from £4:50 for children and £6:50 adults. Book your tickets on 0208 657 5867 or email sdcboxoffice@talk21.com. Seatinga avliablity and booking online is now avaliable For further details please see our web site at www.sdclub.org.uk
Updated: 15th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.sdclub.org.uk
Ian Lee
Amateur Club: An amateur dramatic society in Faringdon, Oxfordshire. Visit our website for details.
Updated: 27th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.faringdondramatic.org.uk
Ian Lee
Amateur Club: An amateur dramatic society in Faringdon, Oxfordshire. Visit our website for details.
Updated: 27th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.faringdondramatic.org.uk
Ifield Barn Theatre Society
Amateur Club: Based in Crawley, West Sussex, this amateur group produces about five plays a year in a converted 13th Century Barn.
Updated: 20th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.ifieldbarn.co.uk
Illyria
Amateur Club:
Updated: 14th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.illyria.uk.com
Imaginati Theatre Company
Amateur Club:
Updated: 25th Mar 2004 (edit)
http://www.imaginati.co.uk
Impact Theatre Company
Amateur Club:
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/square/ae354
Impact Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Quality theatre at affordable prices.
Updated: 21st Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.dstarkey.co.uk
Imperial College Operatic Society
Amateur Club: ICOS is a society based at Imperial College London, and welcomes students from any of the London Universities. We attract experienced directors and shows are produced to a very high standard. Our annual show, usually a musical or operetta, is performed on tour, during the summer months, in Budleigh Salterton, Devon.
Updated: 13th Sep 2004 (edit)
http://www.icostour.co.uk
Imperial College Operatic Society
Amateur Club: ICOS is a society based at Imperial College London, and welcomes students from any of the London Universities. We attract experienced directors and shows are produced to a very high standard. Our annual show, usually a musical or operetta, is performed on tour, during the summer months, in Budleigh Salterton, Devon.
Updated: 13th Sep 2004 (edit)
http://www.icostour.co.uk
Imperial Opera
Amateur Club: Imperial Opera is an amateur musical theatre group based in central London. Despite the "opera" tag, the group performs all types of musical theatre - ranging from opera, via operetta, to musicals - from [Steven Sondheim] and Bernstein to Mozart and Britten. Recent productions include Company, Paul Bunyan, and The Mystery Of Edwin Drood.
Updated: 20th Dec 2000 (edit)
http://www.imperialopera.org.uk/
Imperial Players
Amateur Club: Based in North Harrow.
Updated: 9th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://website.lineone.net/~imperial-players/
Imperial Productions
Amateur Club: Imperial Productions is a dynamic amateur theatre group based in the centre of London, England. We perform a diverse range of material, and pride ourselves in our innovative and creative style. We often produce rarely-performed works, which have in the past ranged from Sondheim and Berstein to Purcell and Vaughan-Williams.
Updated: 14th Mar 2007 (edit)
http://www.imperialproductions.org
Incognito Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Incognito Theatre Group (ITG), a registered charity, started 60 years ago and has been running its own well equipped 60 seat theatre in Barnet, North London for over 50 years - to consistently high standards. ITG aims to make high quality live theatre accessible to local actors, back-stage crew, technicians, directors, designers, writers and audiences and so enrich their lives and benefit the community generally.
Updated: 6th Feb 2001 (edit)
http://www.incognitotheatre.com/
Indulgence Theatre
Amateur Club: Indulgence Theatre is a Lincoln based amateur Theatre Company that is committed to producing high quality productions and enjoying ourselves as much as possible in the process!
Updated: 1st Oct 2005 (edit)
http://www.indulgencetheatre.co.uk
International Theatre Company
Amateur Club: University Theatre Company, specialising in diverse types of theatre and original productions. Our motto : all kinds of theatre for all kinds of people.
Updated: 4th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.up-stage.co.uk
Into Sondheim
Amateur Club: Into Sondheim Into Sondheim was formed in 1992 to perform the works of Stephen Sondheim. Membership is open to anyone with an interest and members are drawn from the local community across the ages! As a company it aims to bring together the worlds of amateur and professional talent, daring to produce and promote the work of Stephen Sondheim to as wide an audience as possible. Previous productions have included 'Into the Woods', 'Assassins' and 'Victoria's Scrapbook' (an
Updated: 7th Nov 2003 (edit)
Ipswich Hospital Drama Society
Amateur Club: Amateur group specialising in musicals. Formed in 1989 they usually perform two productions a year.
Updated: 30th Jun 2000 (edit)
Ipswich Operatic and Dramatic Society.
Amateur Club:
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.btinternet.com/~iods
Irving Stage Company
Amateur Club: Irving Stage Company, Bury St. Edmunds - est. 1959 - strong links between the Irving Stage Company and Burys Theatre Royal.
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
James
Amateur Club: Rugby Operatic Society has been around for 40 years. During that time it has performed many Gilbert and Sullivan shows. The Society aims to put on one full show per year and a range of concerts, this year it is Iolanthe and will be on at Rugby Theatre from 18th to 22nd of Feb 2003.
Updated: 1st Feb 2003 (edit)
http://www.rugbyoperaticsociety.co.uk
Jill Freud and Company
Amateur Club: Jill Freud & Company who have been resident at the Southwold Summer Theatre for 15 years.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk~jneill
Jim Blackwell
Amateur Club: Theatrical poet/performer/recording artist Jim Blackwell and Soprano Susan Clements-Loftus. We're always interested to hear from prop makers, musicians and low cost theatrical suppliers.
Updated: 1st Dec 2000 (edit)
http://tba
John Endicott
Amateur Club: Gillingham Operatic & Dramatic Society,we meet each Tues/Thurs at 8pm at The Brook Theatre,Chatham ME4 4SE We are in production for 'Calamity Jane' at Central Theatre, Chatham, Oct 7/8/9th 7.30pm (2.30 Sat Mat.) tickets £7.50 - £9.50 concessions, from Pam Watts, 01634-389730. We will be doing 'Aladdin'Feb 2005 in half term holiday at The Brook Theatre. We are always looking for new members, especially MEN. Our age range is from 14 to infinity
Updated: 24th Jul 2004 (edit)
John Endicott
Amateur Club: Gillingham Operatic & Dramatic Society,we meet each Tues/Thurs at 8pm at The Brook Theatre,Chatham ME4 4SE We are in production for 'Calamity Jane' at Central Theatre, Chatham, Oct 7/8/9th 7.30pm (2.30 Sat Mat.) tickets £7.50 - £9.50 concessions, from Pam Watts, 01634-389730. We will be doing 'Aladdin'Feb 2005 in half term holiday at The Brook Theatre. We are always looking for new members, especially MEN. Our age range is from 14 to infinity, and for pantos we have younger children for relevant parts. We have a professional choreographer from 'The Black & White Minstrels' and an almost prfessional director.
Updated: 24th Jul 2004 (edit)
http://gillinghamoperatic.ik.com
Jon Langley
Amateur Club: Local AmDram group in Lewisham Area of London. Doing 2-3 Shows/year. Always looking for members and audience. Visit our website for more Information
Updated: 15th Oct 2000 (edit)
http://www.St-Georges-Players.org.uk
JUST GOOD FRIENDS
Amateur Club: We specialise in small cast rarely performed musical comedies such as CLUE -The Musical, By Jeeves and in 2007 How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Based in Carmarthen, Wales this group has built up an excellent reputation for its professional standards. Contact Mrs S Morris 01267 237386 for further details.
Updated: 26th Apr 2007 (edit)
just peachy productions
Amateur Club: just peachy productions is a youth production group run by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, and based at the South Holderness Community Education Centre on the outskirts of Hull. just peachy gets young people aged twelve upwards involved in every aspect of putting on a show, from writting and designing, to creating anamatronic effects and finding venues. You are welcome to join us the centre on Wednesday nights between 7:00 and 9:30. Don't get flat, get Peached. Contact us at:- jpeachy@hotmail.com.
Updated: 21st Oct 1999 (edit)
Kabaslot N Kotoku Productions
Amateur Club: KNKP is a wonderful theatre group with talented members, bringing the magic of Sierra Leone to the UK. We aim to stage two productions a year. Our first play titled, 'I Can't Get You Off My Mind', will be on 8th & 9th June 2002 @ The Broadway Theatre, Catford, London, SE6. We are also looking for sponsors.
Updated: 23rd May 2002 (edit)
http://www.kabaslot-n-kotoku.com
KAOS
Amateur Club: Kingsbury Amateur Operatic Society presents Call me Madam by Irving Berling on April 9-12th . The venue is Kingsbury high school Princes Ave, Kingsbury , NW9 9JR. Box Office call 01923 211959
Updated: 30th Oct 2002 (edit)
KCJ Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We are an amateur theatre company in Aylesbury Bucks. Previous show 'Chorus Line', 'Fame' and we are at present rehearsing for 'Stepping Out to be performed in the Limelight Theatre Aylesbury, Bucks. on the 15th and 16th November. For more details contact: Karen Aimee 01296 484846
Updated: 13th Sep 2002 (edit)
KDC
Amateur Club: KDC is an energetic group of people from all over London who stage 6 plays a year split into 3 seasons. We aim to put on a wide range of shows rather than just the amateur classics. Rehearsals are Mon and Wed evenings in Parsons Green and Sundays in South Kensington over an 8 to 10 week period. Our membership centres on people in their 20s to early 30s, but we welcome people of all ages. We take a disciplined approach to productions and aim for the highest standards of theatre. However, the social side of the group is also strong. Lasting friendships, stormy relationships, even marriage are common side-effects of membership.
Updated: 5th Jan 2001 (edit)
http://www.kdctheatre.com
Keighley Amateur Operatic And Dramatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 10th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.kaods.org.uk
Kelvin Players
Amateur Club: Bristol based amateur group.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.uktw.co.uk/clubs/kelvin.htm
Kennet Amateur Theatrical Society
Amateur Club: Kennet Amateur Theatrical Society was formed nearly thirty years ago, initially as an offshoot of the Kennet School PTA in Thatcham, Berkshire. Although we became an independent society many years ago, we are still affiliated to the school and hold all our productions there.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.kats.org.uk
Kennet Opera, Newbury
Amateur Club: We are a small company who started performing Operas in English in 1994. We started with Cosi Fan Tutte, followed by an abridged Carmen, then La Traviata, La Boheme, Un Ballo in Maschera. For our last two performances, it has been necessary to "hire in" professional Tenors so any leading Tenors are most welcome. We perform Concerts in between Operas which are always held in July.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
Kent Countryside Productions
Amateur Club: Amateur group.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/david.vale/kcphm.htm
Kentish Opera
Amateur Club: Kentish Opera is one of the foremost pro-am opera companies in the south of England, using professional soloists and orchestra and an excellent amateur chorus. Usually mounts two productions a year, at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, and the Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks. Resident director is Sally Langford. New members (singing and non-singing) are always welcome.
Updated: 2nd Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.kentishopera.fsnet.co.uk
Kevin
Amateur Club: Hessle Operatic Dramatic Society NODA
Updated: 4th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.amdram.co.uk/hessleoperatic/
Kevin Wilkinson
Amateur Club: Hessle Operatic Dramatic Society NODA East Yorkshire
Updated: 4th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.amdram.co.uk/hessleoperatic/
Keyingham Drama Group
Amateur Club: This is the website about a small drama group in the village of Keyingham, East Yorkshire.
Updated: 7th Jan 2001 (edit)
http://www.ashgate.karoo.net
Keynsham Light Opera Group
Amateur Club: Next Production is The Music Man from 30 April to 4 May 2002. For ticket information call (0117) 9863399
Updated: 19th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.keynsham.co.uk/klog/home.html
Kidz R Us
Amateur Club: Youth theatre company based in St. Ives Cornwall.
Updated: 16th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.kidzrus.net/
Kidz R Us Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 16th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.kidzrus.net
Kineton Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: KADS are based in the Warwickshire village of Kineton. It's a small group with a dedicated nucleus of members. Two main productions and a review during the summer are KADS annual offerings.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.miranda.force9.co.uk/kads
Kings Lynn Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Progressive local amateur group - A registered charity - with aims to continue to bring top quality amateur entertainment to West Norfolk. Raising money for both its own continuation and for local good causes.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
Kingsbury Amateur Operatic Society (K.A.O.S)
Amateur Club: This is a new site for Kingsbury Amateur Operatic Society based in North West London. Productions take place at Kingsbury High School twice a year and rehearsals generally take place on Monday evenings. The variety and professionalism of the productions provides local audiences with a broad experience of musicals and operetta ranging from the virtually unknown The Rose of Persia, through the ever popular G&S operetta and Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals, to brand new productions such as RAGS. Work by composers ranging from Jaques Offenbach to Edward German, from Franz Lehar to Lionel Bart, from Frank Loesser to Sammy Fain. The Society is affectionately known as KAOS but has no links to the professional company of the same name. KAOS has presented over 60 productions at the school and still counts some of its original cast among its present Members, including the current Chairman, Mike Stevens. The Society is a Registered Charity - Please visit the site for more information.
Updated: 4th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.kaosonline.org
kingsbury players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 3rd Feb 2009 (edit)
Kippax Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are a very enthusiastic and hard working society, presenting a traditional family panotmime, and musical show each year. We perform at the Civic Centre in Castleford, and are always eager to find new members especially YOUNG MEN!!! If you would like any further details about booking, or joining us, please visit our website or Email.
Updated: 16th Oct 1999 (edit)
Kirkintilloch Players
Amateur Club: Community amateur theatre group based in Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow. Annual productions include Pantomimes, One-act festival plays, Full length plays and Youth & Juniors shows. See our web site for further details.
Updated: 17th Apr 2001 (edit)
http://www.kirkintillochplayers.co.uk/
Knebworth Amateur Theatrical Society
Amateur Club: KATS are based in Knebworth, Hertfordshire and put on two productions a year - spring and autumn. New members are always welcome.
Updated: 26th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.katsdrama.homestead.com
Knowle Operatic Society
Amateur Club: An established society since 1964, performing two shows a year at Solihull Arts Complex
Updated: 11th Sep 2000 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Pat_and_John_Cuckney/ko
Knowsley Musical Theatre
Amateur Club: We are an amateur musical theatre group but with a proffesional attitude. Our groups age range is between 16-60 although not strictly so). Our groups weight range is probably between 7stone and 30stone.
Updated: 24th Oct 1998 (edit)
La-de-da Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We're a brand spanking, fun new group based in the Hornchurch/Romford in Essex area!!! Plays/Musicals/Cabaret.....and more. If you're interested in joining us, please get in touch - we are always looking for new faces to join!
Updated: 3rd Apr 2003 (edit)
Lace Market Theatre
Amateur Club: Based in Nottingham, this high quality amateur theatre stages about fifteen shows a year.
Updated: 4th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.emnet.co.uk/Theatres/LaceTheatre/
Lancaster University Theatre Group
Amateur Club: LUTG
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.lancs.ac.uk/socs/theatrgp/
Lancastria Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Lancastria Theatre is Based at Waddington Lincoln. We aim to put on 5 productions a year and have over the last few years won quite a few awards. We meet on Wednesday nights at 7.00PM other times during a production. To join contact the club on 01522 727529 leave your name and contact number and we will get back to you.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.angelfire.com/wa/lancastria
Lapworth Players
Amateur Club: Read about the Lapworth Players recent and forthcoming productions on the Lapworth Village Website.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/m.polgreen/
Largs Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: A group who perform one musical or operetta per year, in the spring, in Barrfields Pavilion, Largs.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
Largs Players
Amateur Club: Largs Players are an amateur drama club based in Largs, Ayrshire, Scotland. we perform all year round in one-act festivals, murder mysteries, a big may production, summer comedy theatre, and of course our annual pantomime. Please come and join us !
Updated: 1st May 2006 (edit)
http://www.largsplayers.co.uk
Larruperz Community Theatre
Amateur Club: Larruperz Community Theatre larruperz Community Centre Grammar School Close Ross-on-Wye HR9 - 7DY tel/fax: 01989 565465
Updated: 6th Apr 2003 (edit)
http://www.larruperz.org.uk
Lee Players
Amateur Club: The Lee Players, performing in Stubbington, Hants were formed twenty five years ago. Tend to favour comedy, but prepared to try anything. Group size approx twenty five and always welcome prospective members. Please contact us for further information
Updated: 24th Nov 1999 (edit)
Leeds Children's Theatre
Amateur Club: Founded in 1935, we are one of the many amateur dramatic societies based at the Leeds Civic Theatre. As a member of the Leeds Civic Arts Guild, Leeds Children's Theatre stage two shows at the Leeds Civic Theatre each year. As a society we are dedicated to the principle of quality affordable children's entertainment, in order to encourage the introduction of the theatrical experience' for young children.
Updated: 21st Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.leeds-childrens-theatre.co.uk
Leicester Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Leading amateur repetory theatre in the Midlands since 1928 , presenting ten plays, a Christmas show, Music Hall, special events such as Hinge & Bracket, Judi Dench and Richard Attenborough and eight visiting amateur operatics per annum.
Updated: 28th Feb 2001 (edit)
http://www.thelittletheatre.net
Leicester Operatic Players
Amateur Club: The Players perform one operetta each Spring at The Little Theatre, alternating between Gilbert & Sullivan and other composers. We also perform concerts on various occasions throughout the year and carol-sing for charity. We have several social events each year as well. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings from September, in Clarendon Park. We are always looking for new members in all voice parts, this year especially altos and basses! Please contact us for more information...
Updated: 24th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.l-o-p.co.uk
Leigh Operatic & Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: We are an Award Winning Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society based in Essex. We perform 2 musicals each year, rehearsals are currently underway for Oklahoma! to be performed at The Palace Theatre, Westcliff in April 2002. We rehearse on Monday and Thursday evenings, with a varied social program to compensate for all the hard work! We are a very friendly society, if you are interested in joining us, either to perform in our shows, or just be involved socially, drop us a line.
Updated: 20th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.leigh-operatic.co.uk
Leighton Buzzard Childrens Theatre
Amateur Club: LBCT have over 200 members aged 5-18. Weekly sessions are held building theatrecraft in a fun relaxed way. Past productions include Oliver, My Fair Lady, Oklahoma, The Mikado and many many more. Details from Sally on sally@lbct.freeserve.co.uk
Updated: 8th Aug 2002 (edit)
http://www.lbct.org
Leighton Buzzard Drama Group
Amateur Club: LBDG is an amateur group that produces professional shows at least four times a year. Unless otherwise stated, all productions are staged at the Leighton Buzzard Theatre. We are a non-profit organisation and members of NODA - the National Operatic and Dramatic Association.
Updated: 29th Oct 2003 (edit)
http://www.lbdg.org.uk
Leighton Linslade Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: LLAOS. Operatic Society performing two main shows each year, in April and October, one by Gilbert and Sullivan, the other by someone else! Variety show staged at the end of January. Lots of small concerts and plenty of social activities!
Updated: 24th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://users.powernet.co.uk/pdu/llaos.html
Leonardo
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Updated: 27th Nov 2006 (edit)
http://401-kenwood-kmd-sale.owrob.info/401-kenwood-kmd-sale.html
Lichfield Operatic Society
Amateur Club: A well established Musical society with its home in the historic city of Lichfield Staffordshire. We produce two musical shows of professional standard in the Spring and Autumn every yearat the Lichfield Garrick theatre.
Updated: 27th Feb 2005 (edit)
http://www.lichfieldoperatic.org.uk
Lichfield Youth Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.angelfire.com/pages3/lyt/index.html
Lichfield Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: LYT is Lichfield's only amateur youth theatre group. Open to all young people between the ages of 10 to 18, we put on two to three shows per year.
Updated: 14th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.lyt.org.uk
Lifelines Drama Group
Amateur Club: Lifelines is a Christian drama group based in Stockport Cheshire. We seek to support Christians in the UK and abroad who are using the medium of drama to express their Christian faith.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.lifelines.ndirect.co.uk/
Limelight
Amateur Club: Limelight is an amateur theatre company based in West London. We perform one major musical and a cabaret concert each year. We meet on Wednsdays at 8pm at St Mary's Church Hall, Greenford Avenue, Hanwell. For more information contact Ash on 020 8894 7073 or visit our website at www.limelightealing.org.uk
Updated: 25th Mar 2006 (edit)
http://www.limelightealing.org.uk
Limelight
Amateur Club: Limelight is an amateur theatre company based in West London. We perform one major musical and a cabaret concert each year. We meet on Wednsdays at 8pm at St Mary's Church Hall, Greenford Avenue, Hanwell and are currently rehearsing for Copacabana in Spring 2007. For more information contact Ash on 020 8894 7073/07729 882595 or visit our website at www.limelightealing.org.uk
Updated: 12th Sep 2006 (edit)
http://www.limelightealing.org.uk
Lincoln Actors Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Lincoln Actors Theatre Company
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.actor.force9.co.uk/theatre.htm
Lincoln Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Lincoln Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.actor.force9.co.uk/theatre.htm
Lincoln Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: The Lincoln's have been going since 1901 and are now one of the leading Amateur Societys in Lincoln
Updated: 28th Sep 2006 (edit)
http://www.laods.com
Lindsey Rural Players
Amateur Club: Located in Wickenby, Lincolnshire and based at the Broadbent Theatre.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.broadbent.org
Little Common & Bexhill Players
Amateur Club: We are an amateur drama group located in Little Common. Putting on productions throughout the year, pantomime, revue and play.
Updated: 10th Oct 2001 (edit)
http://www.lcb-players.org.uk
Little Green Bag
Amateur Club: The Little Green Bag Theatre Company is small but perfectly formed. Debuting at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year with their unique production of John Godber and Jane Thornton’s Shakers they intend to cause a stir. The company is diverse in age and background and aim to reach their audience through a theatre that is fun, fresh and innovative. Being experimental in the creation of their ideas and material, they have taken this up-tempo comedy about the lives and often hilarious experiences of four cocktail waitresses and shaped it into a modern piece of pure entertainment with plenty of energy and cheesy smiles
Updated: 7th Aug 2003 (edit)
http://www.ideal-hosting.co.uk/~littlegr/about.htm
Little Hadham Pantomime Group
Amateur Club:
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.whispers.demon.co.uk/panto/
Little Theatre Company (Burton on Trent)
Amateur Club: We are a drama company based at the Brewhouse Arts Centre in Burton on Trent Staffordshire. We perform three plays a year both drama and comedy. But with an expanding youth membership there are plans afoot to do the odd musical!!! Most recent notable performances 'Christmas Carol', 'The Railway Children'and 'The Winslow Boy'.
Updated: 11th Apr 2005 (edit)
http://www.little-theatre.co.uk
Little Theatre Gateshead
Amateur Club: Gateshead Little Theatre, home to the Progressive Players, founded in 1920.
Updated: 15th Aug 2001 (edit)
http://www.littletheatregateshead.com
Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain
Amateur Club: A group of small, mostly amateur, venues and companies.
Updated: 3rd Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.uktw.co.uk/clubs/ltg.htm
Little Theatre, Donnington
Amateur Club: A Shropshire based society with its own 255 seat theatre who put on 5 productions a year including musicals and Gilbert & Sullivan.Always on the look out for new members and fresh ideas.
Updated: 9th Feb 2011 (edit)
http://little-theatre.org.uk
Liverpool Network Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Network is an amateur theatre group based in the centre of Liverpool in the UK. Our goal is to produce the very best in amateur theatre, to encourage participation in theatre at all levels and to use theatre to include, encourage and inform.
And have lots of fun.
Updated: 18th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.thenetwork.mersinet.co.uk
Llantwit Major Pantomime Society
Amateur Club: We are an amateur group residing in The Vale of Glamorgan. The society has been in existance in its present form for over 2 years. The society annually puts on two performances, a pantomime staged just after Christmas and a Summer Show performed around the middle of June. In addition to this we also put on charity performances and support other local groups when asked.
Updated: 27th May 1999 (edit)
Lochside Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Lochside Theatre Company is a amateur drama club based in the new Lochside Theatre in the Dumfries & Galloway town of Castle Douglas. The group, originaly formed from 3 local music/drama groups now has an identity of its own and produces a sell out pantomime each year as well as summer shows and festival plays. Lochside Theatre, is a modern, producing/receiving theatre.
Updated: 3rd Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.cm-systems.co.uk/lochside
LODS - Leigh Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Leigh Operatic & Dramatic Society (Amateur Club) Details: We are an Award Winning Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society based in Essex. We perform 2 musicals each yearto be performed at The Palace Theatre, Westcliff. We rehearse on Monday and Thursday evenings, with a varied social program to compensate for all the hard work! We are a very friendly society, if you are interested in joining us, either to perform in our shows, or just be involved socially, drop us a line.
Updated: 8th Jan 2009 (edit)
http://www.lods.co.uk
Loft Theatre
Amateur Club: The Loft has been producing live theatre in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire since 1922. Constituted as a registered charity dedicated to dramatic art, it is run almost exclusively by volunteers but has earned a strong reputation for the professional quality of its productions. The Loft owns the freehold of its 200 seat, air-conditioned theatre and is a member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain. The theatre receives no regular funding from any external source and supports itself through membership and box office ticket sales. The Loft is not a private club and anyone can come and see Loft shows. Discounts are available for concessions at most performances. The best value is obtained by becoming a member and membership is open to anyone. Members enjoy special discount privileges on tickets. Casting is by audition and a warm welcome is extended to anyone who wishes to join us in any aspect of our work of providing affordable quality theatre.
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.loft-theatre.co.uk
London Gay Men's Chorus
Amateur Club:
Updated: 13th Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.lgmc.org.uk
Long Ashton Players
Amateur Club: An amateur group based in North Somerset near Bristol producing three plays and a musical per year. Founded 1949.
Updated: 9th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.longashtonplayers.freeserve.co.uk
Lowestoft Players
Amateur Club: The Lowestoft Players perform 2 musicals and a pantomime each year and have recently staged the musical Scrooge. Our next production is the musical Gypsy, being performed at the Marina Theatre, Lowestoft from 19th - 23rd September 2000. For Christmas 2000 the Lowestoft Players present Jack and the Beanstalk for 15 performances between 22nd December and 6th January. For more information visit our website.
Updated: 7th Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.f2bone.co.uk/players
LSE Drama Society
Amateur Club: London School of Economic Drama Society. Amateur group.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.lse.ac.uk.clubs.drama/
Lucilla Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Lucilla is based at Lucilla House, 18 Victoria Road West, Crosby, Liverpool. We have our own Studio Theatre where we regularly stage one-act plays, revues, theme nights and various entertainments. It's also a showcase for new talent, where fledgling directors, actors and writers can test their work, or develop confidence, playing to a members-and-friends audience. We produce two 3-Act plays each year at Crosby Civic Hall, plus the well-regarded Lucilla Festival.
Updated: 25th Oct 2001 (edit)
http://lucilla-dramatic.merseyside.org/
Luton Light Amateur Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Luton Light Amateur Theatre Group Presents 2-3 shows a year in the Luton Area.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.fame99.freeuk.com/
Lymelighters
Amateur Club: Newcastle-under-Lyme based company.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
Macclesfield Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Macclesfield Amateur Dramatic Society puts on 5 full length plays each year and welcomes new members of all ages
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.atlantis-soft.co.uk/mads
MADCAP
Amateur Club: Music and Drama Community Arts Project, Milton Keynes, North Bucks. Amateur group.
Updated: 6th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.olio.demon.co.uk/madcap-menu.html
MADS
Amateur Club: MADS (Macclesfield Amateur Dramatic Society)has been producing award-winning plays for over 50 years. We are always looking to welcome new active members to help us stage 5 plays each season (September-June). Get involved! We have regular Club Nights on Thursdays from 7:45pm at The Little Theatre, Lord Street - all you need to do to join is come down and have a chat. See our website for more information.
Updated: 18th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://madstheatre.org.uk
MAG-theatree
Amateur Club: Youth theatre in Moscow.
Updated: 1st Aug 2001 (edit)
http://mag-theatre.narod.ru
Magdalen College School Sixth Form Players
Amateur Club: Sixth Form Student productions from Magdalen College School, Oxford, England.
Updated: 20th May 1999 (edit)
Magdalene Players
Amateur Club: St Mary Magdalene Church Hall, Trinity Road, Wandsworth Common, London, SW17. Amateur dramatics group - performing three productions a year, including an annual pantomime.
Updated: 7th Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.magplayers.org.uk
Maidenhead Drama Guild
Amateur Club: mdg has a packed annual season - Three plays each year are featured in the Desborough Suite at Maidenhead Town Hall, including the famous Maidenhead Pantomime in December. In the spring the group enters the Maidenhead Drama Festival, and each July presents its own Open Air Shakespeare.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.themdg.demon.co.uk
Maidenhead Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Maidenhead Musical Comedy Society (MMCS), was formed on 15th November 1966 by Betty and Roy Gaunt – both members of NODA. The first show was presented in the Desborough Suite, Maidenhead in October 1967. Over the years, we have put on a whole host of amateur musical productions including South Pacific, Chicago, Cabaret, Calamity Jane, Sweet Charity, 42nd Street, Anything Goes ... the list goes on! Since 1972, we have performed two musicals a year at the Desborough Suite – usually in October and April and through the reputation which the society has, attract a vast audience and support. We rehearse on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at Taplow Village Hall. We pride ourselves on the high quality of our productions. The costumes and sets are hired for the shows, enabling the performers to focus on the acting, dancing and singing. Our resident Musical Director Neil Matthews, has worked with a number of Directors and Choreographers who have been involved with our Company. MMCS has over 70 members and new talent is always welcome – so if you fancy joining us or want to find out more information, please Email or Telephone Martyn on 07752 673235
Updated: 20th Mar 2007 (edit)
http://www.mmcs.gb.com/home.html
Maidenhead Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Perfomance Society giving twice yearly shows of operetta, musicals, G&S and others. High standard of both singing, acting and production. New members always welcome
Updated: 6th Aug 2001 (edit)
http://www.mos-uk.org
Main Street Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Main Street Theatre Company is a small amateur group producing three shows each year. The shows are usually a musical in the autumn, a pantomime in February, and a play in May or June. We are located in Great Glen, Leicestershire, and anyone who wishes to join us will be most welcome.
Updated: 10th Jan 2002 (edit)
http://www.mainstreettheatre.co.uk/
Manchester Song and Dance Company
Amateur Club: Quality central Manchester amateur production company.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
Manchester University Gilbert and Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: One of the largest and oldest established societies in Manchesters and UMIST Students' Unions, MUGSS specialise in large and vibrant productions of G&S Shows. Our membership includes current students, as well as a number of Old Soaks, who are no longer students, but maintain links with us and perform in our shows.
Updated: 5th Jan 2001 (edit)
http://www.mugss.org/
Manchester Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Manchester Youth Theatre in its 33rd season 1998. Provides people, predominantly in the U.K., with a real understanding of theatre.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/Broadway/Stage/3177
Manor Players of Tewkesbury
Amateur Club: Manor Players is an amateur dramatics society based in Tewkesbury, Glos. It performs musicals, plays and pantomimes with two main shows per year. New members always welcome.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
Manx Gilbert and Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: Isle of Man. Amateur group.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.iom.com/homepages/manxg&s
Margaret Jeffrey
Amateur Club: Weston-super-Mare Operatic Society present 'Oklahoma' at The Playhouse, Weston-super-Mare: 17th-20th October 2007. Box Office number for booking tickets is 01934 645544.
Updated: 24th Apr 2007 (edit)
http://www.westonoperatic.org.uk
Margaret Jeffrey
Amateur Club: Weston-super-Mare Operatic Society is presenting 'The Secret Garden' as part of our Centenary celebrations next year. It is being performed at The Playhouse Theatre, Weston-super-Mare from the 26-29 March 2008. Box office opens 20th December 2007 - Ring 01934 645544.
Updated: 7th Nov 2007 (edit)
http://www.westonoperatic.org.uk
Margaret Jeffrey
Amateur Club: The society presents 2 shows per year (spring & autumn)at The Playhouse, Weston-super-Mare. We also present shows at our own little theatre named 'St Judes' - A Christmas Carol Concert and summer productions. Our show next Easter will be 'The Secret Garden' 26th - 29th March 2008. Tickets available from the box office at The Playhouse after 20th December 2007(01934 645544).
Updated: 23rd Nov 2007 (edit)
http://www.westonoperatic.org.uk
Market Harborough Youth Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 22nd Mar 2005 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/mhyouththeatre
Marlow Entertainers
Amateur Club: We are a small group just celebrating our 40th aniversary. we produce an annual panomime at Marlow's Shelley Theatre in the beautifual Higginson parks location.
Updated: 9th May 2002 (edit)
Marlow Entertainers
Amateur Club: We are a small group just celebrating our 40th aniversary. we produce an annual panomime at Marlow's Shelley Theatre in the beautifual Higginson parks location.
Updated: 9th May 2002 (edit)
Marlowe Players
Amateur Club: The Marlowe Players is a theatre and drama group based in Derby. The Marlowes was founded in 1948 and has been active ever since. The group stage three productions a year at Derby Playhouse Studio Theatre.
Updated: 1st Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.marlowe-players.co.uk
Marlpool URC Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The amateur dramatics company is based in Marlpool, Heanor, Derbyshire. We put on two musicals per year, have an age range from 8 to 80, and have some great fun.
Updated: 22nd Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.murctc.co.uk
Marlpool URC Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Marlpool URC Theatre Company is based in Marlpool, Derbyshire. We consist of some 40 members, ranging from 7 to 70. We produce 2 musicals a year, plus numerous concerts.
Updated: 8th Oct 2001 (edit)
http://www.murctc.co.uk
Martin Docherty
Amateur Club: Amateur Theatre Company
Updated: 16th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.studio32.org.uk
Marton Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Blackpool based amateur group dedicated to Gilbert and Sullivan, with a history back to 1930.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/Vienna/4836
Maryport Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society (MAODS)
Amateur Club: We are located in Maryport, Cumbria. Our meetings are held on Monday nights, and new members are always welcome to join. For more details please email us
Updated: 4th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.maods.1to1.org
Masque Players
Amateur Club: Masque Players are a clique-free theatre group located in the historic National Trust village of West Wycombe, so if you live in the High Wycombe area of BUCKS, why not click to masqueplayers.co.uk and find out more!
Updated: 25th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.masqueplayers.co.uk
Masque Productions
Amateur Club: We are an amature group who stage major musical productions at the Palace theatre, Mansfield,Nottinghamshire. Visit our new web site for further information.
Updated: 30th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.masqueproductions.cjb.net
Masquerade
Amateur Club: An independent group based near Dartford in Kent. David Waters Dale Villa, Dale Road Southfleet Kent DA13 9NX
Updated: 26th Jun 2002 (edit)
Masquerade Musical Theatre
Amateur Club: Masquerade Musical Theatre - based in Reading, Berks was formed in 1992 with the motto "An Amateur Company with Professional Standards" - over the last 8 years, critical acclaim for productions such as "West Side Story", "Crazy For You", "Anything Goes" and most recently "Paint Your Wagon" has confirmed that we are managing to live up to these standards. We are currently in production for "Damn Yankees" at the Kenton Theatre - Henley, - Feb2001 followed by "Me & My Girl" at the Hexagon, Reading - June 2000 - For details on Membership and all our Current activities please do visit our website.
Updated: 29th Oct 2000 (edit)
http://www.masquerade.org.uk
Masquerade Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Masquerade Theatre Company, based in Reading Berks. Performs 2 major musicals per year at the Hexagon Theatre, Reading
Updated: 17th Oct 2007 (edit)
http://www.masquerade.org.uk
Masqueraders Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Masqueraders Theatre Club, Harrow
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.argonet.co.uk/users/jks.thompson/mtc/
Mayhem Productions
Amateur Club: Musical theatre group in the Sutton area, Surrey. Shows include Little Shop Of Horrors, The Boyfriend and South Pacific - all at the Adrian Mann Theatre, and Cabaret, Six Of The Best and Return To The Forbidden Planet at the Charles Cryer Theatre in Carshalton. First show of 2001 will be INTO THE WOODS in January at the Charles Cryer. New members always welcome. Mayhem also has a youth section Young Stars who produced The Wiz at the Epsom Playhouse earlier this year.
Updated: 5th Sep 2000 (edit)
MDCC Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in Birmingham, MDCC has performed outdoor Summer Shakespeare for over 30 years. An annual open audition is held every January and the company plays to large audiences in Lichfield, Birmingham and Pembroke.
Updated: 14th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.mdcctheatre.com
Meeching Amateur Dramatics
Amateur Club: A friendly amateur theatre group based in Newhaven East Sussex. We perform three shows a year including a Pantomime at Christmas. New members always welcome to act or help backstage. All ages welcome. Check our website for more information or please e-mail us.
Updated: 29th Jun 2002 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/meech.amdram/home.html
Melksham Comedy Club
Amateur Club: We are an amateur dramatics club based in Melksham, Wiltshire. We aim to put on 3 shows a year including a pantomime and are always on the lookout for new members so if you are interested then please let us know at the e-mail address below.
Updated: 25th May 2005 (edit)
http://www.melkshamcomedyclub.co.uk
Melody Makers, Benllech
Amateur Club: An amateur dramatics group based in Benllech, Anglesey in North Wales, UK
Updated: 21st Aug 2010 (edit)
http://melodymakers.yolasite.com
Mere Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: MADS for Short. We meet on the 2nd Monday at 8pm in our Drama Room, upstairs in the Lecture Hall, Mere, Wiltshire. This meeting is a committee meeting, but everyone is welcome to join us. Our rehearshals are every Tuesday and Thursday during our productions
Updated: 9th Jul 2003 (edit)
http://www.merewilts.org.uk
Mere Players (Diss)
Amateur Club: Mere Players usually produce three full scale productions each year. The type of productions are eclectic and range from serious drama and musicals to farces and pantomime. The groups has a fine reputation for its work in all of these fields. Mere Players are located in Diss, Norfolk.
Updated: 27th May 2001 (edit)
Mermaids: the University of St Andrews Drama Society
Amateur Club: mermaids is the university of st.andrews theatrical society. With more than 350 active members and more than 20 shows each semester, mermaids is also involved in organising workshops and has been instrumental in putting together the national student theatre conference and student theatre network. We are keen to improve links, in touring productions, and always looking for people to lead workshops during the year (roughly mid Sept-mid May). For information about us, what we do, how we do it and on any shows taking place, e-mail us or check our website.
Updated: 23rd Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.mermaids.org.uk
Merrow Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: We are an amateur theatre company based in Guildford, Surrey, and are 80 years young. Over the years we have performed everything from Shakespeare to Opera, and currently produce a village panto each January, 2 or 3 plays per year in Guildford's prestigious Electric Theatre, as well as Drama Festival entries, Green Room productions and musicals held in our local church. Our membership stands at around 100, with about a third of these being juniors. We welcome new members of any age, both on and off stage.
Updated: 8th Oct 2002 (edit)
Methodist Amateur Dramatics
Amateur Club: More usually known as M.A.D., a company based in Liphook, Hampshire who put on a pantomime every year
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/bsimmons/pantomim/overture.htm
Micro Musicals
Amateur Club: Presents small-scale musicals in the Swindon area - currently once a year in July.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
Middlesbrough Young Shakespeare
Amateur Club:
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/broadway/8101/
Middlesbrough Young Shakespeare
Amateur Club: Touring the North East each year since 1992.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.mys.org.uk
Midland Musical Theatre Group (MMTG)
Amateur Club: Midland Musical Theatre Group is an amateur group based in Worcester, England. We perform a musical extravganza each year, usually in November, at Malvern Theatre. We also perform a 'one-off' charity show each year(Hard work, but worth it!) If you would like to join our happy family, please e-mail.Visit our website for further details.
Updated: 23rd Feb 2004 (edit)
http://www.mmtg.biz
Midland Players (Sheffield)
Amateur Club: An active amateur group in Sheffield which puts on 2 productions a year at the Sheffield University Drama Studio.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Phil_George/mphome.htm
MiG Productions
Amateur Club: Stafford based group.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
MiG Productions
Amateur Club: Staffords Newest Amateur Dramatics Group. Dedicated to producing 'Bums on Seats' Theatre. Small group, but very friendly who don't take things too seriously! We enjoy the fun side of theatre, no matter which play! <
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
Milford Haven Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Amatuer operatic & drama society performing musicals, operettas & concerts
Updated: 9th Jul 2005 (edit)
http://www.mhaos.org.uk
Mill Hill Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Amateur group performing G&S and popular operetta. Main show normally October and March/April. Next Production: The Pirates of Penzance from 26 - 30 October 2004.= at 7.30pm. Details of how to join the society or buy tickets for shows are on the website.
Updated: 7th Sep 2004 (edit)
http://www.mhaos.com
millie
Amateur Club: hi im only 13 but i am looking for a full time school for acting, singing and dancing, but i cant seem to find one in the west midlnads for my age group! if you could help me please contact
Updated: 30th Aug 2004 (edit)
millie
Amateur Club: hi im only 13 but i am looking for a full time school for acting, singing and dancing, but i cant seem to find one in the west midlnads for my age group! if you could help me please contact
Updated: 30th Aug 2004 (edit)
MKAOS
Amateur Club: One of the oldest established amateur theatre groups in Milton Keynes, MKAOS perform two shows a year - a panto (December) and a musical (May).

Recent smash hit productions include 'Fiddler on the Roof', 'Me and My Girl' and 'Oklahoma!'.

We are always on the look out for new members, both onstage and behind the scenes, so check out our website for information on how to join. You can also book your tickets for our latest production, and sign up for our e-mail list to get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox.
Updated: 14th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.mkaos.co.uk

Molesey Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Molesey Operatic Society, East Molesey. Also Music Theatre Connection Youth Theatre, East Molesey. Amateur groups.
Updated: 21st Dec 1999 (edit)
Monklands Light Opera
Amateur Club: Rehearsals are Monday nights 7:30 pm in Airdrie Arts Centre, Anderson Street, Airdrie. For more information please call Karen 0141-771-1460. This years show is BOOGIE NIGHTS w/b 5th Oct 2009
Updated: 23rd Apr 2009 (edit)
http://www.monklandslightopera.com
Moonlighters Amateur Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in Thetford Norfolk. Please check our web page for upto date information.
Updated: 2nd Nov 2000 (edit)
http://moonlighters.freehomepage.com
Mossley Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Following on from our award-winning productions last year ('Aladdin' - Best Panto , NODA North West; 'Children of Eden' - Best Musical Production - GMDF) we continue this season with the hilarious stage adaptation of 'It Ain't Half Hot Mum', again from the pens of Croft & Perry (September 2004). This will be followed in December by our superb youth group, Next Generation, performing 'Les Miserables School Edition' - after being present a
Updated: 12th Aug 2004 (edit)
Moulsham Lodge Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Meets every Thursday at 8.00pm at Moulsham Lodge Community Centre Waltham Glen Off Gloucester Ave Chelmsford Essex. Acting, Backstage etc
Updated: 25th Feb 2004 (edit)
http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/mladsdrama/
Mountbatten Players
Amateur Club: Welcome to the Mountbatten Players . Although an amateur theatre production company, the group produce a professional quality, traditional Pantomime at The Point in Eastleigh each year and other shows at various venues across the Southampton area.
Updated: 19th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.mountbattenplayers.co.uk
Mountbatten Players
Amateur Club: Welcome to the Mountbatten Players . Although an amateur theatre production company, the group produce a professional quality, traditional Pantomime at The Point in Eastleigh each year and other shows at various venues across the Southampton area.
Updated: 19th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.mountbattenplayers.co.uk
Movies in Motion
Amateur Club: Movies in Motion is a musical compilation of singing and dancing performed by the cast of Xposed Productions. This production includes songs from both classic and cult films including, Dirty Dancing, Bridget Jones, Pulp Fiction, Footloose, Austin Powers, Easy Rider, The Bodyguard, The Blues Brothers, Charlies Angels and many more. For further information on this production please email info@xposedproductions.co.uk or visit www.xposedproductions.co.uk Entry price (Adults): £12.00 Entry price (under 16s, students, OAPs & groups of 10+): £9.00 Doors open: 7.30pm
Updated: 19th Feb 2006 (edit)
http://www.xposedproductions.co.uk/moviesinmotion.html
Movies in Motion
Amateur Club: Movies in Motion is a musical compilation of singing and dancing performed by the cast of Xposed Productions. This production includes songs from both classic and cult films including, Dirty Dancing, Bridget Jones, Pulp Fiction, Footloose, Austin Powers, Easy Rider, The Bodyguard, The Blues Brothers, Charlies Angels and many more. For further information on this production please email info@xposedproductions.co.uk or visit www.xposedproductions.co.uk Entry price (Adults): £12.00 Entry price (under 16s, students, OAPs & groups of 10+): £9.00 Doors open: 7.30pm
Updated: 19th Feb 2006 (edit)
http://www.xposedproductions.co.uk/moviesinmotion.html
mr dithers the economist
Amateur Club:
Updated: 20th May 2007 (edit)
http://telcofought.org/mr-dithers-the-economist.html
MTW - Music Theatre Warwick
Amateur Club: A student drama society from the University of Warwick, dedicated to the production of high quality musical theatre entertainment. We stage two major performances a year using the professional resources of Warwick Arts Centre, plus several other smaller shows and charity performances.
Updated: 12th Feb 2004 (edit)
http://www.musictheatrewarwick.co.uk
Music Theatre Connection Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Music Theatre Connection Youth Theatre, East Molesey
Updated: 21st Dec 1999 (edit)
MYCO
Amateur Club:
Updated: 28th Apr 2003 (edit)
Nailsea Musicals
Amateur Club: Nailsea Musicals started in 1978, as Nailsea Musical Comedy Club, with a performance of the musical "Oliver" in 1979. The society has gone from strength to strength in the past twenty years or so and now performs three or four shows each season. We have a strong membership, which is split into three sections: Minis (7-10), Juniors (10-16) and Adults (16+). Anyone wishing further information should email us with their request or visit our website.
Updated: 2nd Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.nailseamusicals.org.uk
Nailsea Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Formed in 1963. Nailsea Theatre Club produces three plays a year, all in our own little theatre. Anyone who is interested in any aspect of putting on a play is warmly welcome.
Updated: 27th Nov 2009 (edit)
http://www.ntc-online.co.uk
Namdram - Northamptonshire's Amateur Dramatics
Amateur Club: Amateur Clubs in Northamptonshire.
Updated: 1st May 2000 (edit)
http://www.namdram.fsnet.co.uk
Napier University Drama Society
Amateur Club: Based in Edinburgh
Updated: 21st Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.paul3.demon.co.uk/nds/index.html
NatWest Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The NatWest Theatre Company usually puts on two productions a year in central London, generally a play in the spring and a musical in late autumn. Our first records of the Company are details of the third annual dramatic entertainment at the Royal Aquarium Theatre by the London and Westminster Amateurs in 1 7 . The production was a double bill, 'An Ugly Customer' and 'The Honeymoon'. There are however, clear indications that the Company existed as early as 1876. After the First World War the Company was renamed the Westinster Bank Dramatic and Operatic Society, with productions included 'The Arcadians' in which a live horse was ridden across the stage! Up to the Second World War the Company presented three shows a year, with Gilbert and Sullivan well represented. Theatres used included the Piccadilly Theatre in London's West End. Postwar productions were restrained due to a lack of finances and a change in musical style was seen in the late 1950s and early 1960s with productions of 'Oklahoma' and 'Carousel' (received well by theDaily Telegraph critic 1966 saw the Amateur Premier of 'Little Me' following the Southern Amateur Premier of 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying'. Throughout the 60s and 70s various venues were used by the Company, including the Steiner Theatre. the Westminster Theatre and Queen Mary's Hall. In 1974 the Company produced 'Me and My Girl', introducing the late Buster Merryfield (remembered fondly by many as 'Uncle Albert' in the BBC TV comedy 'Only Fools and Horses'). Then followed a period of six years during which, as well as their musical offerings, the Company held festivals of One Act Plays, and the Golden Lane Theatre became its home. The 1980s saw musical spectaculars including 'Half a Sixpence', The Boyfriend 'The Pyjama Game', 'Fiddler on the Roof, 'Calamity Jane', 'Hello Dolly', and the ever popular 'Grease'. However, the cost of producing lavish shows rose as audiences increasingly compared them to professional West End blockbusters. As the Company's finances reduced, a period of cost containment began with shows chosen carefully to keep expenditure low but ticket sales high. Successfull productions including 'Bedroom Farce', 'Cabaret, 'Charley's Aunt', and 'The Best little Whorehouse in Texas' were staged at the Steiner, with fund raising 'one nighters' produced at Southwark Cathedral. More recently, shows have included 'Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street' (reviewed very favourably in the Independent on Sunday), 'Into the Woods', 'The Importance of Being Earnest', 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' and 'Encore!' which was performed at Covent Garden's Fortune Theatre and included numbers from famous West End and Broadway musicals.
Updated: 21st Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.amdram.org.uk/natwest"
Nemcom Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Nemcom Theatre Company is an amateur theatre company based in South West London that was established in 1925. We currently perform our shows at The Adrian Mann Theatre (Ewell, Surrey) and The Secombe Theatre (Sutton, Surrey). We have also used The Epsom Playhouse (Epsom, Surrey) and Wimbledon Theatre (London SW19). We currently rehearse on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Emmanuel Church Hall in Grand Avenue, Tolworth, Surrey from 8-10pm. We also have a 'youth group' for young members aged from 10-20 years known as 'Musical Arts Youth Theatre Company'. They also rehearse on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the same hall from 6-8pm. Nemcom is affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association.
Updated: 24th Feb 2003 (edit)
http://www.nemcom.org
Network Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Network Theatre Company, based in the New Arch Theatre, Lower Road, Waterloo SE1, is a social club for people interested in all aspect of live theatre. The company produce four shows a year. Situated under Waterloo Station, with rehearsals on two evenings a week, the theatre is convenient for commuters and Londoners alike, and all are welcome.
Updated: 27th Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.networktheatre.org
New Forest Players
Amateur Club: The New Forest Players is a leading Amateur Drama Group in the New Forest Area of South England. The NFP present two Plays, a Pantomime and an Outdoor Production every year. Rehearsals, auditions and meeting are held at the NFP's own Club House. Sets are built here and it provides a home for the extensive wardrobe. Club Nights are held regularly throughout the year providing a showcase for new talent, plays and regular speakers. The NFP has an active social calendar which drives the extensive fund-raising activities. This features the Annual Quiz Night, Skittles Evening, Treasure Hunt and the Sports Event. Each year the group organises the annual New Forest Drama Festival held during Easter Week, which attracts entrants from a wide area. The NFP also enters other festivals.
Updated: 11th May 2002 (edit)
http://www.newforestplayers.com
New London Singers
Amateur Club: Amateur chamber choir.
Updated: 20th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.freeyellow.com/members3/newlondonsingers/
New Penny Theatre Company
Amateur Club: New Penny Theatre company was launched in May 2003 with the aim of providing high quality, non-professional theatre productions within the High Wycombe area.We plan to stage a minimum of three annual productions ranging from large scale musicals to small cast plays.All these will be performed in high quality venues such as the Swan Theatre, High Wycombe and The Elgiva, Chesham.
Updated: 23rd Jun 2003 (edit)
New Rosemere AOS
Amateur Club: Formed in 1927 as the Rosemere AOS the Society performs annual shows at The Albert Halls Bolton every March.Our shows are almost always taken fro the works of Gilbert & Sullivan annd we have received local and regional nominations and awards over the recent years. We rehearse on Mondays at Deane URC on Wigan Rd Bolton from September to March. New members are always welcome.
Updated: 15th Nov 2007 (edit)
New Stagers Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Wandsworth based club who perform in St Anne's Church Hall.
Updated: 17th Apr 2001 (edit)
http://www.newstagers.co.uk
New Venture Theatre
Amateur Club: Bedford Place, Brighton. The company's premises house a proscenium arch theatre seating 100 and an in-the-round space seating 80.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.hove.co.uk/whatson/nvt
Newbury Operatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.newbury.org.uk/nos
Newcastle Clarion Drama Club
Amateur Club: Founded in 1911 as part of the Clarion movement to bring good plays to people atention. At the end of the 1920s it metamorphosed into the People's Theatre which is still mounting productions.
Updated: 25th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://www.peoples-theatre.co.uk
Newcastle Players
Amateur Club: Newcastle Players is an amateur dramatic group that is entering its 70th year in 2004, and we celebrate by launching our Website. During this time, we have produced at least two plays a year varying in style from comedies to thrillers. In 1958 we moved to the Mitchell Memorial Theatre, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent where all our performances have since been performed. A total of 131 plays have now been produced up to the end of 2003 not including several one act plays.
Updated: 29th Jun 2004 (edit)
http://www.newcastleplayers.org.uk
Newcastle University Gilbert and Sullivan Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.ncl.ac.uk/~ngssoc/
Newcastle West End Operatic Society Limited
Amateur Club: W.E.O.S. Ltd. is based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England. We perform in the Premier northern venue, Theatre Royal, Newcastle.The group have been in existance for over 50 years and we welcome new members. Contact www.weosnewcastleltd.homestead.com/home.html for further information.
Updated: 23rd Sep 2000 (edit)
http://www.weosnewcastleltd.homestead.com/home.html
Newton Abbot and District Musical Comedy Society
Amateur Club: NADMCS produce at least two shows a year in Newton Abbot ,Devon. A traditional Christmas pantomime and either a musical comedy or a musical compilation show in the spring or autumn. We also have a thriving junior section called the NEWTS who produce a musical show every other year. Visit our web site at www.nadmcs.org
Updated: 27th Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.nadmcs.org
NHDS North Hykeham Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Community theatre company based in North Hykeham, Lincolnshire. NHDS is committed to producing quality live theatre in the local community, presenting 3 productions a year including the hugely popular Hykeham Community Pantomime. Membership is open to all with an interest in theatre.
Updated: 12th Sep 2003 (edit)
http:/beehive.thisislincolnshire.co.uk/NHDS
NHDS North Hykeham Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Community theatre company based in North Hykeham, Lincolnshire. NHDS is committed to producing quality live theatre in the local community, presenting 3 productions a year including the hugely popular Hykeham Community Pantomime. Membership is open to all with an interest in theatre.
Updated: 12th Sep 2003 (edit)
http:/beehive.thisislincolnshire.co.uk/NHDS
Nick Gibbs
Amateur Club: Amateur drama group based in Derby, UK.
Updated: 6th Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.theenfieldplayers.fsnet.co.uk
nightingale theatre co
Amateur Club: Established for over 40 years; Wandsworth-based;small,friendly group, but needs more members.If you fancy finding out more,contact Paul Hutchinson 020 8671 6462
Updated: 30th Aug 2001 (edit)
Nineohsix Productions
Amateur Club: A new amateur group based in Ipswich, Suffolk. Founded by two members who work in professional theatre and who aim to produce high qulaity productions in the region.
Updated: 12th Aug 2002 (edit)
http://nineohsix.topcities.com
NMAODS
Amateur Club: NMAODS, the North Manchester Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
No Mean Company
Amateur Club: Cumbernauld Theatre's resident amateur drama group.
Updated: 12th Mar 2006 (edit)
http://www.nomeanco.co.uk
No7 Dot Com Productions
Amateur Club: Drama Group operating in and around Peterborough. Producing plays to raise funds for charities or local good causes. Always looking for new talent any age or sex. Last productions 'Shakers' and Abigail's Party'
Updated: 23rd Apr 2002 (edit)
Nogal Pear Tree Players
Amateur Club: Nogal do several shows a year to help raise money for a local school for handicapped children. They are based in Kirkham, Lancashire and perform most of their shows at Lowther Gardens, Lytham. The Society is run by Sue Gallagher and there is a 50+ strong team of volunteers to run everything from backstage and front of house to driving round looking for props.
Updated: 13th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.nogal.org.uk
NoGal Productions
Amateur Club: Theatre Group based in Kirkham, Preston, Lancashire. Produce two shows annually in July and December of a various nature.
Updated: 25th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://nogal.org.uk
NoGal Productions
Amateur Club: Theatre Group based in Kirkham, Preston, Lancashire. Produce two shows annually in July and December of a various nature.
Updated: 25th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://nogal.org.uk
NoMADS (Northern Music and Drama Society)
Amateur Club: New Youth Music Theatre Company based in Sheffield and commited to producing new musicals.
Updated: 31st May 1998 (edit)
Non Stop Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Local Non-Profit Organisation for 8 to 12 year olds. Sessions on a Monday and Tuesday evening in the Wyken area. Exploring all elements of drama whilst building confidence, independence and good team work. Regular performances to parents and friends, with opportunities to watch plays from other theatre companies.
Updated: 19th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/nonstoptheatre/
Norbury Theatre
Amateur Club: Totally volunteer-run amateur theatre in the centre of Droitwich Spa. Full in-house amateur programme throughout the year and also available for hire as a venue by amateur and professional groups alike
Updated: 29th Sep 2003 (edit)
http://www.norburytheatre.co.uk
Norbury Theatre
Amateur Club: Totally volunteer-run amateur theatre in the centre of Droitwich Spa. Full in-house amateur programme throughout the year and also available for hire as a venue by amateur and professional groups alike
Updated: 29th Sep 2003 (edit)
http://www.norburytheatre.co.uk
Northavon Youth Theatre Company
Amateur Club: A youth drama group and theatre school aimed at 10-18 year olds in Thornbury, South Gloucester. Usually we present one major show a year, normally a musical, plus a summer revue. Our previous productions have included Grease, Wizard of Oz, Anything Goes, Good News! and Calamity Jane. The 1999 show is The Card; in 2000 it will be Carousel. We also have costumes for hire. Please contact our producer - Lyn Bedford - 01454-884154
Updated: 17th Dec 1998 (edit)
Nortonians ADS
Amateur Club: The amateur theatre Company from the gateway to the cotswolds, which offers a wide varity of shows from Panto, drama and Varity.
Updated: 6th May 2000 (edit)
http://norts.moonfruit.com
Nottingham Arts Theatre
Amateur Club: Non-professional rep company situated in the centre of Nottingham (Hockley)produces ten shows per season. A mix of comedy, drama, musicals, panto and opera. Always looking for new members, sponsors and of course bums on seats.
Updated: 30th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://www.artstheatre.org.uk
Nottingham Arts Theatre
Amateur Club: Non-professional rep company situated in the centre of Nottingham (Hockley)produces ten shows per season. A mix of comedy, drama, musicals, panto and opera. Always looking for new members, sponsors and of course bums on seats.
Updated: 30th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://www.artstheatre.org.uk
Nottingham Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Nottingham Operatic Society official site. Information on past and present productions, 100+ year history of the society, contacts, links, news letters etc.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.gbeddall.freeserve.co.uk
Nottingham Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Could you please amend our address to: www.nottm-op-soc.fsnet.co.uk
Updated: 17th May 2002 (edit)
http://www.nottm-op-soc.fsnet.co.uk
NPL Amateur Dramatic Circle
Amateur Club: Resident at the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middx. Established in 1922 and open to employees and non-employees, the NPL ADC normally stages one or two productions per year. Recent performances include a Joe Orton double bill, Noel Coward's Fallen Angels and a charity Panto.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
NUNEATON AMATEUR OPERATIC & DRAMATIC SOCIETY
Amateur Club: LOCAL AMATEUR OPERATIC 7 DRAMATIC SOCIETY, PERFORMING SHOWS FROM THE ABBEY THEATRE AND ARTS CENTRE IN NUNEATON
Updated: 29th Dec 2004 (edit)
http://www.naods.org.uk
Nuneaton Arts Centre
Amateur Club: he Half-Century Club, Warwickshire Players, Abbey Players, Centre Theatre Company, NAODS Youth Theatre.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.uktw.co.uk/clubs/nac.htm
Nunthorpe Players
Amateur Club: Nunthorpe Players are a friendly amateur dramatic society based on the outskirts of Middlesbrough. We perform 1 or 2 full length plays a year, and a well received pantomime in the third week in January. There is a junior section (over School Year 6) and in 2000 we performed a musical (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat) for the first time. New members are always welcome and auditions are open to members and non-members alike
Updated: 29th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.nunthorpeplayers.org.uk
NWTheatre
Amateur Club: The 'NWTheatre' mailing list is intended for people interested in theatre throughout the North West area (amateur and professional). Anyone can join the list, then send and receive information on forthcoming productions. To join send a blank email to the email contact address.
Updated: 2nd May 2000 (edit)
Ockley Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Ockley Dramatic Society is an amateur dramatic society in Surrey, England. We perform a variety of shows and have fun in the process.
Updated: 8th Aug 2002 (edit)
http://www.ockdramsoc.fsnet.co.uk
OGTC
Amateur Club: OGTC, Old Gaol Theatre Company, Abingdon
Updated: 4th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://users.ox.ac.uk/~peter/ogtc
Oldbury Rep
Amateur Club: Oldbury Rep is Sandwell's only purpose built theatre, providing a variety of productions which have earned a reputation for quality and value for money. We are now firmly established as a community theatre, supporting local traders and charities and providing a venue for local organisations and schools.
Updated: 31st Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.oldburyrep.org
OOPS Productions
Amateur Club: A small amateur group in North Notts. Varied members from all professions ranging from age 6 to 60. Currently working through the Gilbert & Sullivan canon with a few modern productions in between. Rehearsals take place 7.15pm to 9.15pm Tuesday and Friday at the Dukeries Complex. Next production "Patience" 18th to 20th October 2001. For more info contact Karen 01623 862799
Updated: 24th Sep 2001 (edit)
Opera Nova
Amateur Club: We are an amateur opera society, performing in the Bromley area of London. We aim to put on a show every two years at least, fully staged and costumed, and with full orchestra. Our next show (17-20/10/01 and 2 & 3/11/01) will be Bizet's Carmen, for which we will be auditioning on 20/4/01 (contact Julie Hyland on 020 8467 6632 for further details). We make a point of performing in the style and period in which the opera was originally set. We are always happy to welcome new members. The annual subscription is only £10, and those wishing to perform must also pass a simple audition. However, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved in other ways, such as set design and building, costume design and making, publicity, administration, etc., so if you're interested, do contact us.
Updated: 11th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.timb.cwc.net/OperaNova.html
Ormskirk Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Amateur theatrical group from Ormskirk, Lancs who produce a wide variety of theatrical events. In addition to musicals, comedies and dramas we also write our own local pantomimes and produce murder mystery evenings, both for ourselves and other amdram groups as fundraisers.
Updated: 6th Mar 2003 (edit)
http://www.ormskirk-theatre-company.co.uk
Ormskirk Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Amateur theatrical group from Ormskirk, Lancs who produce a wide variety of theatrical events. In addition to musicals, comedies and dramas we also write our own local pantomimes and produce murder mystery evenings, both for ourselves and other amdram groups as fundraisers.
Updated: 6th Mar 2003 (edit)
http://www.ormskirk-theatre-company.co.uk
Orpington Rep
Amateur Club: Orpington Rep has been running for over 50 years, based in Orpington itself, we are a friendly group and strive to achieve a very high standard with all our productions. We have won several awards in various festivals. Please visit our web site for more details.
Updated: 3rd Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www1.50megs.com/orprep/
Oswaldtwistle Players
Amateur Club: We produce all types of plays from farces to drama, Steel Magnolias to Macbeth. We welcome new members, particularly back stage helpers. We produce two plays a year, in April and October. To be put on the mailing list for auditions or dates, email Gayle Knight. Currently production Macbeth 18th - 21st October 2000.
Updated: 22nd Sep 2000 (edit)
Otley Little Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Over 60 years old, Otley Little Theatre Club is Otley, West Yorkshire's premier amateur dramatic society. We perform plays, comedies, musical shows and pantomimes for the people of the Wharfedale valley four times a year. We also have many club social events and functions, and provide entertainment for a variety of different events in and around Otley.
Updated: 31st Jan 2002 (edit)
http://www.otley.co.uk/littletheatre
Out of the Box Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Out of the Box Theatre Company (OBT) are a Lincoln based amateur theatre group established to perform Contemporary Productions and devised pieces, and general high quality in yer face, out of the norm performances in whatever form that may take.
Updated: 2nd May 2012 (edit)
http://www.outoftheboxtheatre.org.uk
Out of the Box Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Out of the Box Theatre Company (OBT) are a Lincoln based amateur theatre group established to perform Contemporary Productions and devised pieces, and general high quality in yer face, out of the norm performances in whatever form that may take.
Updated: 2nd May 2012 (edit)
http://www.outoftheboxtheatre.org.uk
Out The Bag Productions
Amateur Club: Out The Bag Productions are a non-for-profit amateur theatre company based in Wallasey, Merseyside.
Updated: 14th Jan 2007 (edit)
http://www.outthebag.co.uk
Overton Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Can you act? Sing? Dance? Would you be interested in helping us out behind the scenes? Not only do we produce two show a year, we also have a very full social calendar including theatre trips, skittles evenings, karaoke, treasure hunts and lots more... If you would like to join this very friendly and busy society, please email our chairman, Jim, at jim@ods-online.co.uk or Maggs via maggs@ods-online.co.uk
Updated: 16th Sep 2005 (edit)
http://www.ods-online.co.uk
OVO
Amateur Club: OVO is a brand new theatre company based in St Albans. We are committed to presenting innovative, imaginative and inspiring theatre which challenges and entertains members and audiences alike.
Updated: 16th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.ovo.org.uk
Oxford Operatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.iffley.demon.co.uk/oxop/
Oxford Theatre Guild
Amateur Club: Oxfordshire's leading amateur drama company, the Oxford Theatre Guild (formerly the City of Oxford Theatre Guild) usually presents three productions per year: at the Oxford Playhouse, in an Oxford college garden (summer Shakespeare production) and at the Old Fire Station Theatre.
Updated: 10th Mar 2003 (edit)
http://www.oxfordtheatreguild.com
Oxford Touring Opera
Amateur Club: An Oxford-based amateur and semi-professional company formed to provide opportunities for local singers to perform in opera of the highest standard, and to bring opera to the widest audiences by giving all its staged performances in English and by keeping ticket prices to a reasonable level. We perform in a variety of venues in the Oxfordshire area
Updated: 19th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.oxfordtouringopera.com
Paddock Wood Players "The Magpies"
Amateur Club:
Updated: 5th Oct 2001 (edit)
Painswick Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: We are a small but growing and enthusiastic society that puts on about 3-4 productions each year (mainly light or comedy). Recent performances have included 'Seasons' Greetings' by Alan Ayckbourn in the round, and an evening of Victorian melodramas. Painswick is a large village or small town on the edge of the Cotswolds and is known as the 'Queen of the Cotswolds'. We stage our plays in the village institute hall and most of our performances are a sell out. We are always looking for new ideas on staging and plays to perform and offer a warm, freindly and informal welcome to new members.
Updated: 8th Dec 1998 (edit)
Painswick Players
Amateur Club: This year, Painswick Players celebrates its 80th Anniversary. Since 1923, we have staged some 115 productions. The last production was The Dragon's Tale, our original 2002 Christmas pantomime, written by Jack Burgess. Our next major production will be the French farce, Don't dress for dinner, by Marc Camoletti from 8th to 10th May.
Updated: 10th Feb 2003 (edit)
http://www.painswickplayers.org.uk
Panda Players
Amateur Club: An amateur theatre group based in Amersham and Chesham, Buckinghamshire. We perform one musical per year and also have a concert group who sing at weddings, social events, care homes and other venues. We have a large selection of costumes for hire.
Updated: 26th Feb 2007 (edit)
http://www.pandaplayers.co.uk
Pantoloons
Amateur Club: Pantoloons We are a amateur group producing a pantoimime every year in January, at Purley United Reformed Church. Our next production will be a murder mystery evening on Saturday the 23rd June Call our box office on 07092 376958
Updated: 3rd May 2007 (edit)
http://www.pantoloons.org.uk
Park Players
Amateur Club: The Park Players are found in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire and perform pantomime in January every year. We are a friendly group who always have alot of fun. New members, young and old, are welcomed with open arms. Contact information can be found on the website.
Updated: 5th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.parkplayers.org.uk
Partington Players
Amateur Club: The Partington Players Theatre. A live theatre situated in the heart of Glossop, in the High Peak of Derbyshire, UK. We present a week-long run of 6 plays each season, together with visiting productions, music and a lively social club. We’re always on the lookout for active new members. Learn new skills in a small and friendly theatre with high professional standards. We present six productions per year so there are plenty of opportunities to get involved with set building, scenery painting, lighting and sound systems, stage management, acting, directing, properties, continuity, costume, house management, refreshments and more.
Updated: 23rd Sep 2009 (edit)
http://www.partingtonplayers.org.uk
Patchwork Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Patchwork is a Theatre Group based in the south-side of Glasgow. Formed 6 years ago, the group has presented 16 shows, including: Calamity Jane, Guys & Dolls, Annie and Fame the Musical. Patchwork exists to provide opportunities in all aspects of Musical Theatre, from Performing to Technical. Membership is open to Male & Female Singers, Dancers, Actors and Musicians aged 16-25. For information about tickets, auditions or any other aspect of the group, e-mail us.
Updated: 16th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.PatchworkTheatre.co.uk
Pateley Bridge Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: North Yorkshire.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.compulink.co.uk/~d-hewison/pages/pbds.htm
Paulerspury Players
Amateur Club: Amateur company.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
Pavilion Players
Amateur Club: We perform Pantomimes and plays at the Joydens Wood community centre Joydens Wood, Bexley, Kent. If you are interested in either joining the group or coming to one of our performances our E-mail is pavilion_players@hotmail.com. We will have a website in the new year so keep a look out.
Updated: 20th Dec 1999 (edit)
Penarth Operatic & Dramatic society
Amateur Club: PODS was founded over 75 years ago and has been presenting plays and musicals regularly ever since at the rate of 4 or 5 shows per year.
Updated: 2nd Oct 1999 (edit)
Pendle Civic Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.pendle.net/CivicPlayers
Pendle Hippodrome Youth Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.pendle.net/YouthTheatre/
Penfold Productions
Amateur Club: Penfold Productions is a new theatre company set three years ago by two 17 year lads. since its birth the company has grown, we now have a health membership of youth perfomers dancer sing and thetre technicians. Penfold has recent won a south west one act play festival for the second year in a row. We are a very open minded company made up solely of the youth for 12 - 21. We are based in Frome in somerset. Any new ideas or you want to get involved contact us.
Updated: 19th May 2000 (edit)
Penfold Productions
Amateur Club: Youth Based Drama Company in Frome, Somerset, UK. Come and browse our site and mail Penfold Penguin.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.sjmans.demon.co.uk/penfold.htm
Penn Players
Amateur Club: We are a Wolverhampton based group that performs a range of plays, one three times a year. We are always looking out for new members so please join! Come along on Mondays at 7.30 to the Penn United Reformed Church Hall on Penn Road.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
People's Theatre
Amateur Club: Possibly the oldest-established amateur theatre group in the country, the People's Theatre has been staging productions without a break since 1911. One of the founding member companies of the Little Theatre Guild, our theatre comprises a 500-seat main auditorium and a 90-seat studio theatre. We also have an art gallery where exhibitions are staged during each production. Up to 12 plays are produced in the main theatre each year and three in the Studio. There is a very active Youth Theatre and many other training activities take place throughout the year.
Updated: 13th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.peoplestheatre.co.uk
People's Theatre
Amateur Club: Founded in 1911 as the Newcastle Clarion Drama Club, the People's Theatre is the leading Amateur Theatre Company in the North of England.
Updated: 25th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://www.people's-theatre.co.uk
Pepperpot Hill Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Based in Darwen, Lancashire, Pepperpot Hill are a new amateur company dedicated to performing top quality musicals. Our first production in February 2003 is "Calamity Jane" at Darwen Library Theatre,
Updated: 26th Sep 2002 (edit)
peter
Amateur Club:
Updated: 16th Dec 2003 (edit)
Peters Players
Amateur Club: Peters Players are an amateur dramatics groups based in Old Windsor, Berkshire. We normally stage two productions per year, in May and October, and specialise in farces and plays, with the occasional Murder Mystery evening thrown in for good measure. Rehearsal nights are Tuesdays 8pm - 10 pm at the Memorial Hall, Straight Road, Old Windsor. If you are interested in joining our friendly group either on onstage or backstage, please telephone 01784 436156 for more information or e-mail k.halliday@nfer.ac.uk Website: http://www.amdram.org.uk/petersplayers/
Updated: 18th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.amdram.org.uk/petersplayers/
Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Based in Wiltshire this Society has been running for over 70 years. Check out our website to find details of our current and past shows; details of how to join us; information on our Society and it's members; reviews and pictures of our many shows; theatre trips that we organise and many useful theatrical links.
Updated: 7th Sep 2002 (edit)
http://www.pvads.net
PHEOS (Pinner and Hatch End Operatic Society
Amateur Club: 2002 marks the 80th Anniversary of the founding of Pinner and Hatch End Operatic Society. It all started in 1922, when Frederick J. Jenkins wrote a letter which was duly published in the then Harrow Observer and Gazette, regretting the absence of a body to co-ordinate the many musical talents in the district and inviting a response from those interested.
Updated: 10th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.pheos.org
Philbeach Society
Amateur Club: The Society started more than 40 years ago and is based in Westminster. It usually stages two main musical events per year. Rehersals are held on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 - 10pm in the Maida Vale area of London.Joining Philbeach could eventually see you perform off Broadway! That's because the Society has a strong connection with the Village Light Opera Group of New York and for the past 20 years has put ona joint production with them every five years. So why not join our friendly, lively group.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
Phoenix Didcot Drama Group
Amateur Club: We are a very professional Amateur group who are always looking for new talent! If you are living in or near the Didcot area, and would like to get involved either in front of or behind the scenes, then please email us.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
Phoenix Players
Amateur Club: Friendly amateur musical theatre group based in Dulwich, South London typically performing 2 shows a year. A musical in July and a pantomime in January. New members always welcome, please email for further details.
Updated: 31st Aug 2004 (edit)
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/chriscockburn/
Phoenix Players
Amateur Club: Phoenix Players are a Rotherham (South Yorkshire) based amateur dramatic society.Comedys, Thrillers and Historical drama's are staged at the Civic Theatre Rotherham three times a year.
Updated: 18th May 2002 (edit)
http://thephoenixplayers.users.btopenworld.com
Phoenix Players
Amateur Club: Phoenix Players, based in the Vale of Glamorgan, was established in 1981 and enjoys a good reputation. Plays are presented three times a year at St Donat's Arts Centre, near Llantwit Major.
Updated: 13th Mar 2006 (edit)
http://www.thevaleblogger.com
Phoenix Players Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Stratford-upon-Avon based amateur theatre group.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.demon.co.uk/quinsolve/phoenix.htm
Phoenix Players, Castle Bromwich
Amateur Club: Formed a little over thirty years ago, we produce live musical theatre in Castle Bromwich - everything from modern musicals to Strauss and Lehar. New members, particularly men, are always welcome. Rehearsals are in Castle Bromwich every Wednesday evening. Enjoy the friendly relaxed atmosphere and full social calendar.
Updated: 14th May 2002 (edit)
http://www.phoenix-players.co.uk
Phoenix Theatre & Youth, Aberdeen
Amateur Club: Phoenix Theatre is an amateur theatre company based in Aberdeen, who produce at least one show a year. The shows can range from very small plays to huge musicals and everything in between. Phoenix Youth provides drama classes for children (aged 7-18) on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Have a look at our website for more info.
Updated: 28th Mar 2006 (edit)
http://phoenix1990.homestead.com
Phoenix Theatre (Mlads) Chelmsford
Amateur Club: Meets every Thursday at 8P.m at Moulsham lodge community centre Waltham glen Off Gloucester Ave Chelmsford Essex Acting, Backstage, Social Club.
Updated: 15th Mar 2006 (edit)
http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/phoenixtheatre/
Phoenix Theatre Company, Southampton
Amateur Club: A society staging small musical comedy productions at the Plaza Theatre, Romsey.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Barrie_Wells/phoenix.htm
Pickering Musical Society
Amateur Club: Produce musicals, shows and pantomimes at the Kirk Theatre Pickering North Yorkshire. Adult and Youth Theatre All welcome!
Updated: 4th Jan 2007 (edit)
Pied Piper Productions
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre group based in mid-sussex
Updated: 25th Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.piedpiperproductions.freeserve.co.uk
Pinner Players
Amateur Club: Pinner, Middlesex.
Updated: 16th May 2000 (edit)
http://www.pinnerplayers.org.uk
Players of Elstead Theatrical Society
Amateur Club: Players of Elstead Theatrical Society based in Elstead, a small village in Surrey. Established in 1982, we perform 2 shows a year with outstanding success.
Updated: 20th Aug 2000 (edit)
http://www.elsteadtheatrical.co.uk
Playing Up Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Playing Up are a West Country based amateur theatre company with a professional background. They are particularly interested in the role drama has to play in education and community arts as a whole. With over fifty years joint experience among the founders, Playing Up have only one rule: 'Performances must be enjoyable for cast, crew and audience alike.'
Updated: 19th Sep 2003 (edit)
http://www.playing-up.co.uk
Playing Up Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Playing Up are a West Country based amateur theatre company with a professional background. They are particularly interested in the role drama has to play in education and community arts as a whole. With over fifty years joint experience among the founders, Playing Up have only one rule: 'Performances must be enjoyable for cast, crew and audience alike.'
Updated: 19th Sep 2003 (edit)
http://www.playing-up.co.uk
Playmakers
Amateur Club: Playmakers are an Amateur Dramatics group based in Herne Bay, Kent, We own and run a wonderful 72 seater and put on six productions a year.
Updated: 11th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.hblt.co.uk
Pogs Drama Group
Amateur Club: Pogs Drama Group was set up just a little over 3 yrs ago by the local wanabes of the Parish Of the Good Shephard and since then we have produced a summer pantomime every year, and each year we are growing in experiance and number, Your views would be greately appreciated.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
Pontefract Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: A Superbly talented (well!) Operatic Society which were started in 1928 and enjoy an unrivelled reputation in the North of England for excellence. The Society is freindly, welcoming, and could do with a few more young men. Come and see us any time or visit our web site.
Updated: 1st Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.Paos.Org.Uk
Poole and Parkstone Productions
Amateur Club: Based in Poole, Dorset, P&P put on two major productions a year: a show in May and a concert in November. P&P are a friendly, hard working society, and welcome new members young and old. Visit our website for more details.
Updated: 17th Feb 2006 (edit)
http://www.pandp.org.uk
Portishead Players
Amateur Club: Amateur drama group for Portishead and District. Four shows per year, including one pantomime or musical.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.cix.co.uk/~asalmon/pp/
Portsmouth Players
Amateur Club: A large amateur group, established 926. Three large shows a year, recognised by NODA as having the largest turnover of any amatuer group in the UK
Updated: 14th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.amdram.org.uk/portsmouth
Practical Magic
Amateur Club: Practical Magic is an amateur theatre company based in South Lanarkshire who specialise in touring productions to community venues that have restricted acces to traditional theatre spaces. In additional we have also taken our shows to the Ediinburgh Fringe Festival.
Updated: 28th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.practical-magic.org
Preston Drama Club
Amateur Club: PDC was formed in 1933 and performed regularly in Grimshaw Street, until, in 1948, the Club opened up their very own intimate little theatre in a former Quaker Meeting House in Market Street West, and called it Preston Playhouse. Preston Drama Club performs six productions each season, usually commencing in September and finishing in May - one of which has been a traditional Christmas Pantomime for very nearly the past forty years. PDC is always anxious to attract new members and auditions are held for each production to which members are invited. The Playhouse boasts a friendly bar run both by and for members, and which is open to the public during performances. The theatre is also heavily used by other local groups, so Preston can boast an amateur show virtually every fortnight! The Drama Club is the senior group in the city and boasts high standards and frequent awards from local and national festivals
Updated: 2nd Sep 2003 (edit)
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Preston Drama Club
Amateur Club: PDC was formed in 1933 and performed regularly in Grimshaw Street, until, in 1948, the Club opened up their very own intimate little theatre in a former Quaker Meeting House in Market Street West, and called it Preston Playhouse. Preston Drama Club performs six productions each season, usually commencing in September and finishing in May - one of which has been a traditional Christmas Pantomime for very nearly the past forty years. PDC is always anxious to attract new members and auditions are held for each production to which members are invited. The Playhouse boasts a friendly bar run both by and for members, and which is open to the public durin
Updated: 2nd Sep 2003 (edit)
Prestwich Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society
Amateur Club: PADOS is situated on the North side of Manchester 1 mile south of Junction 17- (M60) at the junction of St Mary's Road and Rectory Lane, Prestwich, M25. Currently in their 80th year PADOS produces 3/4 full length plays each season, plus 2/3 Junior productions in their intimate theatre club at PADOS House. Open 5 nights each week during the season, with a bar, meeting rooms and rehearsal rooms and always looking for new members, especially for the once a year musical production, performed around May each year at a local Civic Theatre for one week. Current productions include the recently released comedy - "Bums on Seats" - to be performed in September, "A Night on the Tiles" - another hilarious comedy to be shown in November, "Abelard and Eloise" in Jan/Feb '99 and the Musical "Follies" in May '99 as well as a full Junior programme, Social events and a part in the one-night charity peformance at the Palace Theatre, Manchester in the Autumn ! There's never a dull moment at PADOS House. Why not call in - Club meeting night is every Wednesday- other nights we are in rehearsals- but your still welcome ! Tel: 0161-795 9163 for further details
Updated: 19th Jul 1998 (edit)
Priory Theatre, Kenilworth
Amateur Club: Each season, our theatre stages a varied programme usually consisting of a mixture of drama, comedy, musical, pantomime and a youth theatre production. Visit our website for details of forthcoming productions and auditions or just to find out more about us and our history.
Updated: 24th Oct 2000 (edit)
http://priorytheatre.co.uk
Progressive Players
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre group based at the Little Theatre, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear. We produce ten productions per year each running for 6 nights in our 200 seater theatre. The Little Theatre remains the only live theatre in Gateshead.
Updated: 5th Oct 2002 (edit)
http://littletheatregateshead.com
Project Theatre
Amateur Club: Promoting and Providing drama and theatre for young people in Falkirk
Updated: 17th Oct 2010 (edit)
http://www.projecttheatre.org.uk
Prominent Features
Amateur Club: Prominent Features - an Edinburgh-based Student group. Amateur group.
Updated: 7th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.ed.ac.uk/~extc02/
Proscenium
Amateur Club: Proscenium is an amateur dramatics company, based in Harrow, north-west London and was founded in 1924. Since then, then the aim of this experienced group has been to present classic and contemporary plays to as wide an audience as possible. Since 1990, performances have taken place at the Harrow Arts Centre and, more recently, at the Compass Theatre, Ickenham. The company meets three times a week, at the Harrow Arts Centre for rehearsals, so that four plays are presented in each season. Social, fund raising activities and play readings take place throughout the year.
Updated: 15th Dec 2000 (edit)
http://www.proscenium.org.uk
Prospect Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in Aylesbury, Bucks but performing in Tring, Herts (at the Court Theatre), Prospect Theatre Company perform a wide variety of plays from Shakespeare to Terry Pratchett and Willy Russell to Aristophanes. Soon to break into musical theatre too!
Updated: 24th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://prospect_theatre_co.tripod.com/ProspectTheatre/index.html
Pump House Children and Youth Theatre, Watford
Amateur Club: Open, fun and high quality drama group for ages 8-25 years. We present 3 or more productions a year from musicals to commisioned plays
Updated: 23rd Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.pumphouse.info
Pump House Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The company produces 5 shows a year at the Pump House Theatre Watford. Currenyty looking for new members with and without experience for upcoming season which includes 'See How They Run' and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
Updated: 1st Apr 2007 (edit)
http://www.phtc.info
Purbeck Players
Amateur Club: We are a well established award winning Drama Society. We produce two full productions in May and Nov, and enter the National Drama Festival each year. Because we are a Tourist destination we also put on in the summer a series of shows, jointly with the Swanage Choral and Operatic Society. By this you can see that we do not sit idle for very long, we are a friendly bunch who are always looking for new friends to join us in our enthusiastic persuit of excellence. This year we are producing "Diary of Anne Frank" 29th, 30th,31st May,2003. "Classroom Secrets" 13th, 14th, 15th, Nov, 2003
Updated: 1st Mar 2003 (edit)
http://www.purbeckplayers.co.uk
Putney Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based at Putney Arts Theatre, south-west London, Putney Theatre Company offers opportunities for anyone interested in the theatre - acting, directing, writing, stage management, design, set construction, lighting, publicity or administration. We stage a wide range of plays, readings, reviews, musicals and other entertainments throughout the year.
Updated: 24th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.putneyartstheatre.org.uk
Putteridge Bury Gilbert and Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: Amateur operatic society based in Luton specialising in Gilbert and Sullivan and light opera/operetta. Recent productions include Orpheus in the Underworld, Merry Widow, Ruddigore, Gondoliers (at the Buxton International G&S festival), Sorcerer and Carmen. Forthcomming productions include - Iolanthe, Trial by Jury, Carousel and Pirates of Penzance. Telephone Mary-Ann on 01582 461341 for further details
Updated: 19th Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.pbgs.org
PVADS
Amateur Club: Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society. Pewsey village is set in the Vale of Pewsey, deep in rural Wiltshire, and PVADS have been a part of the life of the village for over 70 years. There are families in Pewsey where 3 generations have been or, indeed still are enthusiastic members and supporters of the society and its activities.
Updated: 22nd Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/octobermoonuk/
Pyramid Players
Amateur Club: An amateur group specialising in works based on the novels of [Terry Pratchett] and other new works in a similar vein.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.netcomuk.co.uk/~gidnsuzi/pyramids.html
Q Opera
Amateur Club: A group in Kew, Surrey. Amateur chorus with semi-professional/professional soloists. A children's group also runs alongside the main group. Q Opera provides opportunities for those at the start of a career in opera to gain experience of singing principal roles with a professional director and repetiteur. There is also a wide programme of social events, including theatre visits, and weekend masterclasses and workshops. Q Opera also provides a service to schools, taking professional soloists into schools to perform reduced versions of the great operas. New members welcome.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
Q2 players
Amateur Club: Q2 players is Kew's leading amateur theatre group. We hold at least two productions per year, plus numerous Social events. We are always on the lookout for new members.
Updated: 30th Apr 2005 (edit)
http://www.q2players.org.uk
Quarndon Amateur Dramatic Society (QUADS), Derby
Amateur Club: Quarndon Amateur Dramatic Society has been performing plays in The Village Hall since the end of the Second World War. It is a small, friendly society which aims to put on two plays a year, in May and November. The working periods are therefore January—May and August—November. We rehearse twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at the Church Hall, often followed by a visit to The Joiners Arms for those who want to! We always welcome new members to work on stage or backstage, whether in set design and construction, sound and lights, props, costume, make-up, front of house—the list goes on. You don’t have to be an aspiring actor to join Quads, any skill or aptitude would be welcomed into the society. If you would like to join us, please contact Rob Snell, on 01332 840007 or email info@quarndonquads.co.uk
Updated: 5th Mar 2010 (edit)
http://www.quarndonquads.co.uk
quarndon amatuer dramatic society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 9th Aug 2001 (edit)
Quay Players
Amateur Club: Friendly Amateur dramatics society based in London - Bermondsey/Surrey Quays area. We currently perform 2 shows a year - a pantomime in December and a musical in July. Previous shows. include Anything Goes, The Boyfriend and Oklahoma. New members always welcome. Please visit our website for further details.
Updated: 19th Aug 2002 (edit)
http://www.quayplayers.org.uk
Quaysiders
Amateur Club: Established for 28 years in the Lowestoft area, presenting two plays a year.
Updated: 19th Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.quaysiders.org.uk
Quaysiders Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: We have been established for 27 years and perform plays twice a year in Lowestoft, Suffolk. We are presenting our next production in January 2003 and welcome anyone interested in acting, backstage work or just coming along to meet us! Check our website for details.
Updated: 17th Oct 2002 (edit)
http://www.quaysiders.org.uk
Queensbridge Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Based in Birmingham, performs in Solihull Library Theatre.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://users.powernet.co.uk/bishop/qos
Questors Theatre
Amateur Club: Mattock Lane, Ealing, London. Probably the largest and best organised amateur theatre in UK. Started in 1929, has its own 350 seat theatre and rehearsal spaces.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.questors.co.uk
R.G.Wharam
Amateur Club: The Maskers Theatre Company is a large amateur thatre group operating mainly in Southampton and Hampshire. We have our own premises including a 50 seat studio theatre. We present shows at the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton and every summer we present a major open air show at Mottisfont Abbey, Nr. Romsey. Other venues are regularly used.
Updated: 19th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://maskers.org.uk
R.G.Wharam
Amateur Club: The Maskers Theatre Company is a large amateur thatre group operating mainly in Southampton and Hampshire. We have our own premises including a 50 seat studio theatre. We present shows at the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton and every summer we present a major open air show at Mottisfont Abbey, Nr. Romsey. Other venues are regularly used.
Updated: 19th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://maskers.org.uk
Rackheath Players, Norfolk
Amateur Club: Rackheath Players, an amateur dramatics group based in Rackheath catering for enthusiastic people north of Norwich. Meetings pm Thursdays at Rackheath Village Hall.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.rackheathplayers.co.uk
Radyr Drama Society
Amateur Club: The Radyr Drama Society is an amateur group in the north of Cardiff.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://home.clara.net/robin.williams/rds/homepage.htm
RAFTA
Amateur Club: RAFTA, the Royal Air Force Theatrical Association.
Updated: 30th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.rafta.org.uk
Rainbow Music Productions
Amateur Club: Rainbow Music Productions, is based in West Sussex. The performance in February is: My Fair Lady
Updated: 28th Jan 2010 (edit)
http://www.rainbowmp.com
rainbow pantomimes
Amateur Club: we are an amateur pantomime company in the Wolverhampton area. we put one production on each year. If you would like to join our company either on stage, or back stage,e-mail us for further information.
Updated: 22nd Feb 2007 (edit)
http://www.rainbowpantomime.co.uk
ramses_marpaung
Amateur Club:
Updated: 19th Jul 2002 (edit)
RATS - Reigate Amateur Theatre Society
Amateur Club: Surrey (Redhill/Reigate) based amateur theatre company. Information on productions and latest news.
Updated: 13th Nov 2004 (edit)
http://www.ratsdrama.co.uk
Rattlestick
Amateur Club: Rattlestick is dedicated to making traditional Shakespeare accessible and relevant to the modern audience. Following on from the success of "The Dream" in Bridgnorth Castle Grounds in the summer of 2000, Macbeth is another ground-breaking production set to put Bridgnorth on the Shakespeare map in 2001.
Updated: 14th Feb 2001 (edit)
Rattonians
Amateur Club: The Rattonians are an amateur group based in Eastbourne East Sussex, this year we are perfroming the show Copacobana at the Congress Theatre.
Updated: 19th Jan 2002 (edit)
Ravensbourne Light Operatic Society
Amateur Club: RLOS presents 2 musicals per year to a very high amateur standard, one or both at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, Kent, one of the largest stages in the London area. We rehearse on Monday and Wednesday evenings in Beckenham, Kent, and warmly welcome new members and backstage helpers. Our next show is Wizard of Oz (RSC version) at the Churchill in April 2006.
Updated: 30th Sep 2005 (edit)
http://www.ravensbourne.org.uk
Raw Talent Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Raw Talent has gained a reputation as one of the most exciting youth theatre companies in the Midlands. The companies work is always original and is always performed at leading venues and festivals.
Updated: 21st Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.rawtalent.co.uk
Rayleigh Operatic & Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Formed in 1949, the group now caters for ages 7 to what ever. The society stages 2 main productions a year in December and May. We also take part in various festivals thought the area. For more detais see our website or e-mail info@rods.org.uk
Updated: 27th Oct 2008 (edit)
http://www.rods.org.uk
Reading Operatic Society
Amateur Club: ROS celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2001 and over that time has become the leading amateur society in Reading. With two varied shows each year we appeal to a large number of people. We perform at The Hexagon in Reading and are always on the lookout for new members. So if you are looking for a friendly society please come along and meet us. Details of venues etc are available from our website. Future shows include "The King and I" and "The Gondoliers".
Updated: 7th Mar 2003 (edit)
http://www.readingoperaticsociety.com
Realistic Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Realistic Theatre Company is a youth music theatre group based in Edinburgh promoting new and exciting work and giving young people of all backgrounds access to the stage. Amateur group.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.realistic.co.uk
Redbridge Stage Company
Amateur Club: We have been entertaining audiences at the Kenneth More Theatre, Ilford, Essex since 1975.Our repetoire is broad and has encompassed a range of plays, comedies, thrillers, the classics, musicals, literary adaptations and farces. We are proud to have mounted a number of amateur premieres of modern works.
Updated: 12th Sep 2007 (edit)
http://www.redbridgestage.co.uk
Redditch Amateur Theatre Society
Amateur Club: Established over 50 years ago R.A.T.S. is a dedicated group of amateur actors bringing live theatre to the community. We meet every Monday evening 8pm at St Lukes Memorial Hall Headless Cross Redditch. New Members are always welcome.
Updated: 25th Sep 2002 (edit)
Redditch Operatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 4th May 2004 (edit)
http://www.redditch-operatic.co.uk
Rep Theatre Company
Amateur Club: East Midlands based youth theatre company aiming at outdoor and indoor productions.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.rdg.ac.uk/~kcu96pmn/Rep.html
Revelation
Amateur Club: Based in Edinburgh. Members aged 14 years upwards. Annual musical production usually in September. Take part in S.C.D.A. one-act play competitions. New members always welcome.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
Rhyl and District Amateur Operatic
Amateur Club: Come and see North Wales' oldest established Musical Theatre group. We perform Musicals from all era's and we are proud of our talented and committed members.
Updated: 7th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.operatic.freeserve.co.uk
Rickmansworth Players
Amateur Club: Established in 1944 and the only local society that performs both plays and musicals.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.bister.demon.co.uk/RickyPlayers.htm
Rickmansworth Players
Amateur Club: Established in 1944 and the only local society that performs both plays and musicals. All welcome - for both stage and backstage participation
Updated: 18th Apr 2001 (edit)
http://www.rickmansworth-players.org.uk
Riff Raff Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Riff Raff Theatre Company is an amateur drama group based at the Abbey Theatre and Arts Centre in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
Updated: 8th Jul 2002 (edit)
http://www.riffrafftheatre.co.uk
Ringwood Musical & Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Formed way back in 1911, the RMDS is a well-established and popular amateur theatre society based in Ringwood, Hampshire. Every year we produce an Easter Musical, a unique tri-angular Summer Show and an Autumn Play. New members are always welcome.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.rmds.org.uk
Riverside Amateur Operatic Society, Chester le Street, Co Durham
Amateur Club: We have just celebrated our 25th Anniversary year with a very successful production of Brigadoon. Our next show is Cinderella in December. we are always looking for keen new members, just drop me a line for details
Updated: 14th Jun 2000 (edit)
Riverside Opera
Amateur Club: Riverside Opera exist to study and perform Opera to the highest attainable standards. We provide amateur singers with the opportunity to sing on the professional stage with professional soloists and orchestra. In recent years we have performed operas at Richmond Theatre, Surrey.
Updated: 14th Jun 2005 (edit)
http://www.riversideopera.co.uk
Riverside Players
Amateur Club: Heswall, Wirral
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.gallagho.demon.co.uk/riverside/
Riverside Players
Amateur Club: The Riverside Players, London. Formed 1951 by former students of the Central School of Speech and Drama. Productions start on a green field site and fourteen days later depart leaving a slightly marked, yellowy green field. In between, a complete outdoor theatre is built - stage, set, lightiing, sound and seating - and a production of a high standard and competence is rehearsed and performed for five nights.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.riversideplayers.org.uk
Riverside Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Riverside Youth Theatre is an amateur club for young people aged - 1 years. We perform two major productions a year in May and December and enter local drama festivals. Previous productions include Godspell, Oh What a Lovely War! The Warriors Bugsy Malone The Wiz Midsummer Night's Dream Caucasian Chalk Circle Reviews Once Act Plays etc, etc. We meet on Sunday afternoons between 2 - 6p.m. at Riverside Arts CEntre 59 Thames Street Sunbury. We are always keen to hear from directors and musicians who would like to work with us.
Updated: 12th Aug 1998 (edit)
RLOS
Amateur Club: RLOS presents 2 musicals per year to a very high amateur standard, one or both at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, Kent, one of the largest stages in the London area. We rehearse on Monday and Wednesday evenings in Beckenham, Kent, and warmly welcome new members and backstage helpers. Our next show is Wizard of Oz (RSC version) at the Churchill in April 2006.
Updated: 30th Sep 2005 (edit)
http://www.ravensbourne.org.uk
ROADS
Amateur Club: Ross Operatic and Dramatic Society (R.O.A.D.S.). The Phoenix Theatre, Palace Pound, Ross-on-Wye.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Ken_Farley
Roadside Theatre
Amateur Club: US-army Europe group.
Updated: 2nd May 2000 (edit)
http://www.26thasg.mwr.army.mil/rt/
Romiley Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Romiley Little Theatre was founded in 1946. The society stages three main productions a year. Recent one's have included Neville's Island, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Wyrd Sisters, Billy Liar, Bazaar & Rummage, Chicago, and one of the first amateur performances of Return To The Forbidden Planet. For more information please visit our web site.
Updated: 26th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.romileylittletheatre.org.uk
Romiley Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre company based in Stockport, performing hit musicals such as Carousel (2002), Chess (2003) and Jesus Christ Superstar (2004).
Updated: 25th Mar 2003 (edit)
http://www.romileyoperatic.co.uk
Rose Tinted Productions
Amateur Club: West Berkshire based Musical Theatre company. 2004 - Hedwig & the Angry Inch The UK regional premiere of the multi award winning transgendered rock musical. www.hedwigandtheangryinch.co.uk
Updated: 22nd Nov 2003 (edit)
http://www.rosetintedproductions.co.uk
Rowney Green Players
Amateur Club: Rowney Green Players, near Redditch Worcestershire are a well establish, enthusiastic and friendly amateur dramatics group that put on two productions a year. Our last production, at the Palace Theatre Redditch, played to a paying audience of nearly a thousand. New members welcome.
Updated: 8th Jun 2004 (edit)
http://rowneygreenplayers.co.uk
RUDS
Amateur Club: Reading University Drama Society.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.rdg.ac.uk/StUnion/RUDS
RUDS (Reading University Drama Society)
Amateur Club: RUDS is a long established university drama society with a vibrant and energetic membership. RUDS aims to produce a number of quality amateur drama productions during the academic term ranging from big-budget shows such as the open-air summer shakespeare in June, to smaller revues and pantomines along with opportunities for new writing talent to be performed in the original plays.
Updated: 16th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.ruds.org.uk/
Rugby Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.uktw.co.uk/clubs/rt.htm
Ruislip Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Founded in 1924, Ruislip Dramatic Society has become known for its performance of a huge variety of dramatic works to a very high standard. From Restoration comedies to modern-day farces the group has performed regularly in a range of venues over the past 80 years. The society today performs two main productions each year at the Compass Theatre in Ickenham near Ruislip, although in addition to this it has also put on several smaller studio productions. Rehearsals occur on every Monday and Thursday night at South Ruislip Methodist Church, Queens Walk, South Ruislip. For further details visit our website!
Updated: 11th Mar 2005 (edit)
http://www.ruislipdramatic.org
Runnymeade Drama Group
Amateur Club: Based in Egham, Surrey
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.caber.demon.co.uk/rdg
Rushmere Players Drama Group
Amateur Club: Ipswich, Suffolk
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~gturrell/Rushmenu.htm
Rustington Players
Amateur Club: Established in 1921 and still going. We are an enthusiastic group in West Sussex and always on the look out for talented actors, actresses and directors. Full technical crew always available for help and advice. Our range of plays is wide and varied from comedy through farce to high drama, old and modern. You name it, we'll try it! For a fun society with a professional approach, contact us.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
S.O.S (Shenfield Operatic Society)
Amateur Club: We are an amateur, award winning, musical society that was formed 37 years ago. We perform a wide range of shows (Both The Pirates of Penzance and Godspell in the past year)in several different theatres and are always ready to welcome new members so please contact us for more information.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
Sainsbury Singers
Amateur Club: No, nothing to do with the well known supermarket chain, but named after our founder, Frank Sainsbury, the Sainsbury Singers are a group who perform high quality musicals twice yearly in Reading. Our home, for many years, has been the Hexagon - Reading's premier theatre. Please visit our website for more details of past and future productions and membership application details.
Updated: 1st Jul 2007 (edit)
http://www.sainsburysingers.org.uk/
Sale and Altrincham Musical Theatre
Amateur Club: Amateur operatic society, formerly Sale Operatic Society its name changed in April 2000 to reflect a wider remit.
Updated: 1st Jun 2005 (edit)
http://www.samtheatre.co.uk
Salford Charter Players
Amateur Club: Salford Charter Players are a Salford based company, with a reputation for excellent productions both musical and non-musical, involving all ages.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.theringofstones.co.uk/scp/scp_home.htm
Salford Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club:
Updated: 14th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.salfordmusicaltheatre.co.uk
SALOS - Swindon Amatuer Light Operatic Society
Amateur Club: SALOS is a high quality musical theatre company performing shows and concerts in the Wyvern Theatre Swindon. Visit our website for information on past and future productions.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.salos.org
SALTERTON DRAMA CLUB
Amateur Club: THE SALTERTON DRAMA CLUB IS LOCATED AT BUDLEIGH SALTERTON DEVON. WE HAVE NUMEROUS PLAYS AND ACTIVITIES DURING THE YEAR MAINLY IN OUR OWN THEATRE THE SALTERTON PLAYHOUSE.. PLEASE VISIT OUT WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION..
Updated: 5th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://saltertondrama.members.easyspace.com
Sanderstead Dramatic Club
Amateur Club: Sanderstead Dramatic club have been producing plays and pantomimes since 1907. Now adays we only do pantomime duriing the first two weeks of January each year. We have a large number of youngsters who are members and we are at present trying to setup a section which will run workshops to involve these youngsters and put on a production. The club also hires out its Lighting/sound and costumes.
Updated: 17th Jul 1999 (edit)
Sanderstead Dramatic Club
Amateur Club: Sanderstead Dramatic club have been producing plays and pantomimes since 1907. Now adays we only do pantomime duriing the first two weeks of January each year. We have a large number of youngsters who are members and we are at present trying to setup a section which will run workshops to involve these youngsters and put on a production. The club also hires out its Lighting/sound and costumes.
Updated: 13th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.sdclub.org.uk
SAOS
Amateur Club: Stourbridge Amateur Operatic Society has been putting on shows since 1909 - their first production being 'Iolanthe'. It has a membership of over one hundred and twenty, both acting and non-acting.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://andyround.future.easyspace.com
Saracens Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Saracens Theatre company are a small, (approx 30 members), amateur theatre company based in Birmingham, West Midlands. We perfrom a wide variety of shows from Thrillers & Musicals to Comedies & Pantomimes.
Updated: 9th May 2002 (edit)
http:\www.saracenstheatreco.org.uk
Saundersfoot Footlights
Amateur Club: Amateur group from Saundersfoot, near Tenby.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/Broadway/Stage/9190/
Sawbridgeworth Players
Amateur Club: Based on the Herts/Essex border.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/roger.newman/index.htm
Sawston Players
Amateur Club: Formed in 1964. Produce a pantomime or seasonal play each winter and enter one-act drama festivals. Also occasionally enter three-act drama festivals, take productions to Edinburgh Festival etc.
Updated: 12th Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.gpotter.dial.pipex.com
Scarborough Amateur Operatics
Amateur Club: Any other amateur groups in need of an M.D. please get in touch.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.zyworld.com/taketwo/Home.htm
Scarborough Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: The original youth theatre in Scarborough. Past productions include "West Side Story" & "Half A Sixpence".
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
SCMTC
Amateur Club: Sutton Coldfield Musical Theatre Co. Ltd Midlands leading amateur musical society producing two productions each year at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall and the new Lichfield Garrick.
Updated: 5th May 2003 (edit)
http://www.scmtc.co.uk
Scunthorpe Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Musical society performing in the Scunthorpe area musical shows and concerts,from a varied repertoire.
Updated: 22nd Nov 2000 (edit)
http://welcome.to/saos
Second Thoughts
Amateur Club: Stratford-upon-Avon based amateur company.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.trory.demon.co.uk/sthoughts/index.htm
Second To None Productions
Amateur Club: Second To None Productions specialises in producing high quality entertainment at affordable prices for the local community. Based in Sittingbourne in Kent, the company produces one large musical per year and has recently relocated their performance venue to the Hazlitt Theatre in Maidstone. Accessibility is an important issue for Second To None, they do not believe in the audition process for amateur performers and will teach anyone who wants to learn and participate.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
Sedgefield Players
Amateur Club: Award winning group based in Sedgefield. Along side it's Youth Section (SPYS) they put on four public performances including a Pantomime, and they also run an annual Drama Festival. Productions vary from serious dramas to light comedies and farces, thrillers and of course Panto's. The Sedgefield Players Youth Section (SPYS) also regularly takes LAMDA examinations, and their 1st two entries boasts a 100% pass rate.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.sedgefieldplayers.org.uk/
SEDOS
Amateur Club: SEDOS, Stock Exchange Dramatic and Operatic Society based in the City of London. Amateur company.
Updated: 15th Feb 2006 (edit)
http://www.sedos.co.uk
SHADES Theatre Company
Amateur Club: SHADES is an independent amateur Christian Theatre Company performing sketches, plays and reviews with a Christian theme. Drawing on Christian Thespians from the Hastings area it performs two major productions a year,usually one three-act play and one musical 'revue', at the local theatres in the town, as well as shorter programmes of sketches in local churches, halls, prisons or anywhere the group is invited to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ through drama.
Updated: 21st Oct 2003 (edit)
http://www.shadestheatre.com
SHAFT (ST. Helens Acts For Theatre)
Amateur Club: We are a non profit making community youth theatre that aims to provide an opportunity for young people to develop their skills in writing, acting, directing and many more. We operate in St. Helens the Northwest of England and put on an average of three performances a year. If anyone is interested no matter how talented please contact us.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.zyworld.com/SHAFTheatre
Sheffield Hallam Amateur Dramatics & Entertainment
Amateur Club: Currently small, but with big ideas, we are a university theatre group with ambition. Based around a core of dedicated actors/directors we draft in extras as needed at the start of every semester. We are currently undergoing something of a rebirth as command has just changed hands - this is a good thing and we plan to be at least as well known as Sheffield Uni (in Yorkshire).
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
Sherriffs Performance Writer's Group
Amateur Club: Based at the Riverhouse Barn in Elbridge, Surrey, this group aims to develop and write professional theatre for the stage and screen. Find out how to become a member.
Updated: 13th Aug 2002 (edit)
http://www.writersgroup.co.uk/
Shinfield Players
Amateur Club: Based near Reading.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://websites.ntl.com/~graham.v/
Shotts St. Patrick's Amateur Opera Group
Amateur Club: Based in Shotts, North Lanarkshire we are a friendly and progressive theatre group.
Updated: 17th Feb 2009 (edit)
http://www.shottsoperagroup.org.uk
ShOwCase
Amateur Club: We are based in Greenford, West London, in our earlier years our main productions were opera (at that time we were called Southall Operatic Company, the initials of which are highlighted in ShOwCase) but now our main production is some sort of musical, for example in November 2001 we performed "Jack The Ripper" and in November 2002 we will be performing "Blitz". As with most other amateur companies we are always on the lookout for additional new (or old) members of both sexes and all voices to join or rejoin us especially men (yawn yawn). So if you are aged from 14 to 60 and this sounds like you then please email me. Please click on the website link to go to our site for up to date information.
Updated: 17th Jul 2002 (edit)
http://www.socsingers.co.uk
Showcase Musical Productions
Amateur Club: Showcase is a registered Scottish Charity, with one aim: To raise funds for charity by profitably staging an annual show offering the highest standard of entertainment and professionalism, comprising a wide variety of musical styles and sources, drawing on the rich vein of amateur musical talent in the Edinburgh area.
Updated: 21st Jan 2007 (edit)
http://www.show-case.co.uk
Showstoppers Ltd
Amateur Club:
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
SideShow Theatre Company
Amateur Club: SideShow Theatre specialise in performing modern musicals and lesser known plays. Previous productions include "Forever Plaid" "World Goes Round" "The Elephant Man" and "Trainspotting" Future plans "Ghetto", "Company" and "Elegies" We rehearse in East London and perform at various venues throughout Essex and East London. For more details please send us an email and we will add you to our mailing list.
Updated: 7th Apr 2001 (edit)
http://www.sideshow-theatre.co.uk
Sidmouth Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.sidmouth-sads.freeserve.co.uk/
Sign of the Times
Amateur Club: Sign of the Times is a society created by students at the University of Glasgow, ranging in age from 17 - 23, with the purpose of creating cotemporary works of Musical Theatre
Updated: 25th Nov 1999 (edit)
Silchester Players
Amateur Club: The Silchester Players have been performing pantomimes, comedies, thrillers, revues and Music Halls for over 25 years. If you want to get involved on stage or off, please contact Sarah on 0118 981 6431
Updated: 24th Apr 2008 (edit)
http://silchesterplayers.hampshire.org.uk/
Silence Productions
Amateur Club: FAME - THE MUSICAL AUDITIONS For the part of TYRONE...prepare one musical theatre song, bring sheet music to audition. Contact Silence Productions for an appointment. REHEARSES September 2001 VENUE Robinson Theatre, Cambridge SHOWS Wednesday, 17 October 2001 - 7.30pm Thursday, 18 October 2001 - 7.30pm Friday, 19 October 2001 - 7.30pm Saturday, 20 October 2001 - 2.30pm and 7.45pm Produced by:- Silence Productions Directed by:- Dan Blumenau and Ella Daines-Smith Choreography:- Hannah Gray and Dan Blumenau CONTACT: Silence Productions 72 High Street Ashwell Baldock Herts SG7 5NS (mark envelopes \'FAME\') Tel:- 01462 742919 or 07867 854906 Cambridgeshire
Updated: 4th Jun 2001 (edit)
Sillars Light Orchestra (Norwich)
Amateur Club: Amateur Orchestra
Updated: 1st Oct 2007 (edit)
http://www.sillarslightorchestra.com
Sinodunb Players
Amateur Club: Amateur Dramatic society who own their own fully equiped theatre in Wallingford
Updated: 30th Jun 2003 (edit)
http://www.sinodunplayers.org.uk
Skipton Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Skipton Little Theatre is a small, seating for 73, friendly theatre. We support and encourage new talent to take part in live theatre. We perform 5 to 6 plays each year and other groups also use the theatre, it would be great to see you at any of our performances.
Updated: 1st Feb 2005 (edit)
http://skiptonlittletheatre.org.uk
SLADS
Amateur Club: St Lukes Amateur Dramatic Society, based in Salford, Greater Manchester. The Society was founded in 1962 and is a member of NODA. We have in excess of 60 members, ranging in age from 7 to nearly 80 years. We usually do a pantomime in February, a play in June and a main show in October. All our casting, production and music is sourced from within the Society.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/colin.powell/slads.htm
Slough Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Slough Musical Theatre Company has been Performing at least 2 shows a year since 1952. We perform a wide variaty of musicals from the classic Rogers and Hammerstein to latest amatuer releases, like our present production of "Jesus Christ superstar" (July 2003) to be performed at the Farror Theatre, eton College at the end of July. We are a diverse and welcoming society with an age range of 14 - 76. We welcome anyone interested in treading the boards or if that is not your thing but would like to be part of a production, we are always looking for people to help with backstage, front of house, making costumes or looking after props. We also have a wide variety of company social events, with trips to other local productions, quiz nights, BBQ's, car treasure hunts to name but a few. The company rehearses at 2 venues in slough, The Haymill, Burnham on Mondays and The Rotunda, Northampton Avenue, Slough on Wednesdays. We meet from 7.30 - 10pm, with a well earned visit to a local pub afterwards. If you would like to know more about the society, then please don't hesitate to contact us. The contact address is that of our Secretary and he will give you any information you require.
Updated: 24th Apr 2003 (edit)
SMAOS - South Manchester Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are an established amateur operatic society performing two big musical productions a year based in the Didsbury area.
Updated: 14th Apr 2003 (edit)
http://www.smaos.org.uk
SMTC
Amateur Club: Slough Musical Theatre Company was formed in 1952, During this time we have performed the Majority of the West end and Broadway shows; with stunning results.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://slough-musical.uk.com
SMYCMS
Amateur Club: An amateur musical company in Edinburgh.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/~thesmycms
SMYCMS
Amateur Club: The Smycms 2010 production will be BUGSY MALONE at the Church Hill Theatre, Edinburgh. 13th-17th April, Eve.7:30 Sat Mat 2:30 Tickets available from the Smycms Box Office-Fanelli's Deli 0131 441 5844. Details to follow on ticket prices. Contact- info@smycms.org.uk or Visit smycms.org.uk
Updated: 8th Sep 2009 (edit)
http://sonsofsmycms.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk
Soberton Players
Amateur Club: A local group in the heart of Hampshire putting on inventive and entertaining productions for all. Our shows are renound locally and well supported but we are always on the look out for fresh blood and more bums on seats.
Updated: 19th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.waterandwires.co.uk/soberton.htm
Sodbury Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 16th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://website.lineone.net/~players
Sodbury Players
Amateur Club: Based in Chipping Sodbury in South Gloucestershire. We put on 2 plays and 1 pantomime each year.
Updated: 4th Dec 2001 (edit)
http://www.sodburyplayers.org.uk
Sodbury Players
Amateur Club: Formed in 1946 & based in Chipping Sodbury we perform 1 pantomime and 2 plays per year.
Updated: 15th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://www.sodburyplayers.org.uk
Sodbury Players
Amateur Club: Formed in 1946 & based in Chipping Sodbury we perform 1 pantomime and 2 plays per year.
Updated: 15th Jan 2004 (edit)
http://www.sodburyplayers.org.uk
South East Berkshire Gangshow
Amateur Club: A Variety show for all the family Based on an Idea by Ralph Reader
Updated: 3rd Nov 2006 (edit)
http://www.sebgangshow.org.uk
South London Theatre
Amateur Club: 2a Norwood High Street London SE27 9NS 020 8670 3474 Repertory company producing over 20 shows per year in two theatre spaces, one proscenium arch and one studio. Open evenings every Wednesday from 8pm.
Updated: 2nd Feb 2003 (edit)
http://www.southlondontheatre.co.uk
South Trafford Operatics Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 19th Mar 2003 (edit)
Southampton Musical Society
Amateur Club: Southampton Musical Society is the premier musical society in the South of England, performing at the Mayflower, Nuffield and Guildhall Theatres in the city of Southampton. Recent shows include Chicago, Cabaret, King & I, Kiss Me Kate, 42nd Street, Oklahoma, La Cage Aux Folles, Annie and Anything Goes.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~opaque
Southampton University Students' Union Theatre Group
Amateur Club: SUSU Theatre Group is run by Southampton University students and produces 4 or 5 plays each year. Every 3 years they also perform in the Nuffield Theatre (and indeed will be again in March 2004). Under the touring name of Rattlesnake! Theatre Company they will be returning to the Edinburgh Festival this August performing "What the Butler Saw" by Joe Orton and "The Cripple of Inishmaan" by Martin McDonagh at 2.40pm at Greyfriars Kirk House (Venue 28) on alternate days between 12th and 25th August 2003.
Updated: 16th Jun 2003 (edit)
http://www.soton.ac.uk/~theatre
Southend-on-Sea Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: We present two shows each year at the prestigious 1600-seater Cliffs Pavilion, overlooking the Thames estuary in Essex. We are one of the ten oldest operatic societies in the country. From 19th to 22nd March 2003, we will be presenting "Cabaret", followed by "The Merry Widow" in November 2003. In 2004, our productions will be "Mack and Mabel" and "Die Fledermaus" in March and November respectively. For all details, please telephone the Secretary, Dick Davies, on 07990-700127 or email as below.
Updated: 20th Dec 2002 (edit)
http://www.southendops.co.uk
Southern Theatre Productions
Amateur Club: A musical company since the sixties.
Updated: 17th Feb 1999 (edit)
http://members.theglobe.com/stproduction
Southey Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Founded in 1935, Southey Musical Theatre Company is one of Sheffields longest lasting amateur dramatics company, and were still going strong. We perform a show at the Montgomery Theatre in Sheffield every November.
Updated: 24th May 2005 (edit)
http://www.southeymusicaltheatre.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk
Southgate College Opera
Amateur Club: Southgate College Opera, based at Southgate College in North London, is one of the premier amateur opera companies in London. Performing grand and light operas and other musical productions. Please visit our website for details of our forthcoming productions and for more information about the company.
Updated: 19th Jul 2002 (edit)
http://www.scopera.co.uk
Southport Dramatic Club - Little Theatre
Amateur Club: The Little Theatre Southport is the home of the Southport Dramatic Club. The theatre is purpose built and has a 398 seat auditorium. The stage is well equipped and capable of presenting very sophisticated productions. There is a well appointed Bar and Foyer. The Club present 10+ plays each year including a family pantomime. Season tickets are available based on 8 shows for the price of 6 (Full Season) and 4 shows for the price of 3 (Half Season). In addition, many local dramatic and musical societies and clubs regularly present their shows.
Updated: 19th Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.littletheatresouthport.co.uk
Southsea Shakespeare Actors
Amateur Club:
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.hants.gov.uk/ssa/
Southside Players
Amateur Club: The Southside Players are a thriving theatre group who have been active in the Balham, South West London area for more than twelve years. In addition to producing three shows a year (our most recent being Oscar Wilde\'s \'Ideal Husband\'), last year we paraded our costume and thespian skills on a prize-winning float at the Balham Festival - you can catch us again there this year on Saturday 30 June. We are always delighted to welcome new members, whether you are an old hand or have never set foot on stage before. Maybe you don\'t feel the stage is for you - there are always plenty of other things to do, set design, costumes, props or perhaps back-stage. If you click the link below, within these pages you can discover what really goes on behind the lights and the greasepaint - we hope you enjoy your visit... We cover the following areas: South London, Balham, Clapham, Wandsworth, Tooting, Streatham, Norwood, Crystal Palace. We produce the following: Drama, Musicals, Cabaret, Shakespeare, Chekhov, Arthur Miller. Other key themes: sing dance social societies Lysistrata singers dancers serious theatre
Updated: 6th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.southsideplayers.org.uk/
Southwater Amateur Dramatic Society (SADS)
Amateur Club: Small, friendly village dramtic society. Concentrates mainly on pantomimes but with new members would like to take on other types of productions. We DESPERATELY need MEN !!! but are more than happy to receive more women into our fold. If you are interested in acting, makeup, wardrobe, music, technical or just making the tea then we would love to hear from you.
Updated: 1st Mar 1999 (edit)
Southwell Theatre Club
Amateur Club: Amateur theatre club based in Southwell, Nottinghaminghamshire. We perform a wide variety of productions ranging from Comedies, murder mysteries to poetry readings. The group are sponsoring a world premier of a play by Peter Spafford to be performed as part of the Millenium celebrations. In 1998 a touring party went to Greece to perform a revival of Byron's 'The weathercock' in Greece as part of their British festival.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.bendigo.demon.co.uk
southwick players
Amateur Club: a companby that has been running for many years, and is a close community in itself. the players put on many good plays each year, including a youth section.
Updated: 19th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.thebarn.com
southwick players
Amateur Club: a companby that has been running for many years, and is a close community in itself. the players put on many good plays each year, including a youth section.
Updated: 19th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.thebarn.com
SPADES
Amateur Club: Based in Midsomer Norton near Bath. Three or four productions a year. Small club
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
SPATS II
Amateur Club: Based in Luton, SPATS II have been presenting plays since 1991. We have a reputation for presenting top quality plays that other 'amateur' socieites shy away from. Past productions have been "Trainspotting", "My Night with Reg", "Bouncers", and "Un-Original Sin". SPATS are the ONLY group to ever have won the Luton One Act Drama Festival THREE YEARS RUNNING! It is unlikely that this feat will ever be repeated! Please contact us if you would like more information about the group. We have no membership, and welcome newcomers. Email us at THayden@Counterp.com
Updated: 17th Jul 1999 (edit)
Spotlight Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We are an amateur theatre company established in April 2000. Although being relatively new we have a lot of experience behind us and we are always looking for new members. If you would like more information about us please visit our website on the address below.
Updated: 17th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.spotlighttheatre.co.uk
St Albans Operatic Society
Amateur Club: An amateur operatic and dramatic society based in St Albans, Hertfordshire. Productions range from the traditional Gilbert & Sullivan to the very latest West End and Broadway musical, via high opera. The St Albans Operatic Society is NODA affiliated.
Updated: 1st May 2001 (edit)
http://www.saos.org.uk
St Alphege Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We produce two shows each year - musicals, operatta's and concerts Friendly club who always make newcomers extremely welcome. Always looking for new talent and theatre supporters such as backstage crew, front of house, make up, costume etc
Updated: 5th Aug 2005 (edit)
http://www.saaos.org.uk
St Augustine's Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: St. Augustine's Musical Theatre Company is based in Solihull, West Midlands. For more details, please visit our website. Our next production is 'West Side Story' at the Solihull Arts Complex from 18th-23rd November 2002
Updated: 1st Sep 2002 (edit)
http://www.stagsmtc.co.uk
St Austell Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: An amateur group based in mid cornwall which produces one main show per year. The society is always interested in hearing from young people who would like to become involved in amateur theatre. The society is at present homeless and has for tthe last 9 years built its own stage in two different venues
Updated: 2nd Mar 1999 (edit)
St Austell Players
Amateur Club: www.staps.co.uk
Updated: 16th Oct 2001 (edit)
St Christopher Players
Amateur Club: St Christopher Players, Luton
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
St Giles Pantomime Society, Pontefract
Amateur Club: St Giles Pantomime Society in Pontefract has been in existance since 1949 performing a Pantomime in The Town Hall, Pontefract annually since 1950.
Updated: 15th Oct 2005 (edit)
http://www.stgilespanto.co.uk
St James's Players
Amateur Club: Welcome to the St James's Players, an amateur drama group based in New Malden, Surrey. We meet every Monday night from 8pm in the hall at St James's Church, Bodley Road. Our members range from 12 years old to over 80 years young, and the group enjoys not only theatre work but also a variety of other social activities. The Players perform three shows a year; plays in spring and late summer, and a pantomime or a review close to Christmas. We always welcome new members, just come along any Monday night from 8pm to meet us and get a feel for what we do.
Updated: 19th Jan 2010 (edit)
http://www.stjamesplayers.co.uk
St John's Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Selsdon, Surrey.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
St Jude's Players
Amateur Club: St Jude's Players is an amateur dramatics group based in Englefield Green, near Egham, Surrey. We present plays, variety shows and pantomimes. We are always on the look-out for new members. See our website for full details about us, our activities and where we meet.
Updated: 26th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.stjudesplayers.org
St Nicholas Drama Group
Amateur Club: We have been entertaining the local community in Coventry for over thirty years, and have a large group (over 40 members) ranging from teenagers to pensioners – all mix well and enjoy the social aspects of the group as well as meeting on a Tuesday night in preparation for the productions. We put on one play and one pantomime a year. If you are interested in joining us - in whatever aspect - pleas get in touch.
Updated: 11th May 2005 (edit)
http://www.stnicholasdrama.org.uk
St Nicolas Theatre Group
Amateur Club: St Nicolas Theatre Group are a small, (approx 30 members), amateur theatre group based in Birmingham, West Midlands. We perfrom a wide variety of shows from Thrillers & Musicals to Comedies & Pantomimes. For more information visit our website
Updated: 7th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.st-nicolas.cwc.net
St Pauls (Astley Bridge) Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Based in Bolton, in the North West of England. We perform musicals in the Theatre Church, Seymour Road, Astley Bridge, Bolton every February. Secretary: Louise Cohen 01204 659199
Updated: 6th Nov 2004 (edit)
http://www.stpaulsaos.org.uk
St Peter Players
Amateur Club: St Peter Players, Chalfont St Peter based amateur theatre group.
Updated: 4th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.daviesaj.demon.co.uk
St Peters Players (Bournemouth)
Amateur Club: Drama company based in Bournemouth and founded in 1926. Plays performed several times a year, from farce to thrillers. Currently performing at St. Joseph's Hall, Bournemouth Rd, Poole,Dorset. President Dame Judi Dench.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.btinternet.com/~bshakespearep
St. Austell Players
Amateur Club: Thriving Cornish Amdram group, based at Arts Theatre, 87 Truro Road St. Austell PL25 5HJ. 4 or 5 full-length productions each year plus other events. New members always welcome. Winners of 2003 All England One-act Play festival.
Updated: 19th Jun 2004 (edit)
http://www.staps.co.uk
St. Austell Players
Amateur Club: Thriving Cornish Amdram group, based at Arts Theatre, 87 Truro Road St. Austell PL25 5HJ. 4 or 5 full-length productions each year plus other events. New members always welcome. Winners of 2003 All England One-act Play festival.
Updated: 19th Jun 2004 (edit)
http://www.staps.co.uk
St. Georges Players
Amateur Club: We are an Amteur Theatre Group and we put on about 2 shows a year. We have a show coming up, if you wish to see it or us, please contact us, or visit our Web Site.
Updated: 13th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.st-georges-players.org.uk
St. Jude's Players
Amateur Club: St. Jude's Players are a small amateur group based in Englefield Green, Surrey. The group puts on 2-3 productions a year, including a pantomine in early December. We also have regular social events and play readings throughout the year. The village Social is our principle venue and is managed by the group on a non-profit basis. For more information please contact J. Cameron on 01753 840437
Updated: 22nd Feb 2001 (edit)
St. Patrick's Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Presents the Broadway hit,Grease, on October 24th- 29th 2005 in the Great Hall, Downshire, Downpatrick
Updated: 30th Aug 2005 (edit)
http://www.freewebs.com/stpatschoral/
St.Patrick's Choral Society
Amateur Club: Amateur musical society. Performing Rodgers and Hammerstein's magical musical Carousel in The Great Hall, Downpatrick. April 1st-5th. Curtain up 7:30pm. Tickets priced £8 adults and £4 children.
Updated: 27th Mar 2003 (edit)
Stafford Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
Stage Lights Theatre Company
Amateur Club: A West Dunbartonshire amateur Musical Society. Currently rehearsing for Richard Rodgers, A Grand Night for Singing. Every Thursday evening from 7:00pm, St Martin's Church Hall, Main Street, Renton. Performances in The Denny Civic Theatre, Dumbarton. May 28th May - 2nd June. Tickets available from the box office or by phoning 01389 755509 or 01389 765167.
Updated: 11th Mar 2002 (edit)
Stage One Theatre Company
Amateur Club: High profile, award-winning company concentrating predominantly on the modern musical aspect of theatre. New members welcome. Essex-based.
Updated: 11th May 2004 (edit)
http://www.sotheatre.com
Stage RIght Theatre Company
Amateur Club: An amateur theatre company based in Sefton, Merseyside, that works to provide new theatrical opportunities for young people.
Updated: 21st Dec 2002 (edit)
http://www.stageright.org.uk
Stage Skope! Youth Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 25th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.stageskope.co.uk
Stanley Opera
Amateur Club: Stanley Opera is a registered charity. We are committed to bringing quality popular opera to a local stage. The company is determined (in the words of a recent review) ‘to bring excellence at a price everyone can afford.’ The Concordia Theatre holds 400 people and our aim is to fill the auditorium on every night of each run. Why? Obviously we’d be lying if we pretended it was nothing to do with income versus expenditure. But more importantly, we really believe in opera.
Updated: 29th Jan 2008 (edit)
http://www.stanley-opera.org.uk
Stanley Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings at Acocks Green Methodist Church, Shirley Road/Botville Road, Acocks Green.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
Star Delta Players
Amateur Club: The Star Delta Players are an amatuer group with over 60 years experience. We are based in Cardiff and are always interested in new talent.
Updated: 8th Oct 2000 (edit)
http://www.paffey.co.uk
Star-Light Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Star-Light Theatre Group is based in Glasgow which produce a very high standard in musicals , Stat-Light Theatre Group also do master classes in musical theatre and workshops in dance and singing
Updated: 23rd Jan 2009 (edit)
http://Www.Star-LightTheatreGroup.com
Starburst Theatre Company
Amateur Club: A local group of like minded people staging shows for local charities. Currently based at The Harlington Centre, Fleet and performing The Wizard of Oz on 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th of June. For tickets contact booking office on 01252 774466
Updated: 22nd Apr 2001 (edit)
http://www.starburst-theatre.co.uk
Starlight Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Starlight Theatre Company thrives on producing top quality, Amateur productions. With over 100 children, the creme de la creme of dancers in the area, and a wide variety of strong singers, Starlight looks set to go from strength to strength.
Updated: 18th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.starlight-theatre.co.uk
Starlite Theatre Company - based in Brighton
Amateur Club: Starlite is dedicated to producing new musicals for its youth and adult membership.
Updated: 1st Oct 2001 (edit)
http://www.starlitetheatre.co.uk
Starmaker Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We have been operating since 1988 and have put on over 50 musicals in that time. We stage 4 productions each year and run a Easter School and Summer School for youngsters between the ages 8-16. The Company have over 100 members between 10-24 years of age. We are based in Reading and perform most of our productions now in Bracknell at The Wilde Theatre.
Updated: 23rd Apr 2000 (edit)
Starmakers Children's Theatre
Amateur Club: Starmakers is a London based theatre group offering children aged 6 - 12 years the chance to experience all aspects of theatre production! Starmakers meets every Saturday during term time from 1pm - 4pm at All Saints Arts Centre, 122 Oakleigh Rd North, Whetstone, London and works towards 2 large musicals a year. For further details call 07763 855580 or email starmakerstheatre@hotmail.com
Updated: 27th Jul 2003 (edit)
http://www.freewebs.com/starmakerstheatre
Starmakers Children's Theatre
Amateur Club: Starmakers is a London based theatre group offering children aged 6 - 12 years the chance to experience all aspects of theatre production! Starmakers meets every Saturday during term time from 1pm - 4pm at All Saints Arts Centre, 122 Oakleigh Rd North, Whetstone, London and works towards 2 large musicals a year. For further details call 07763 855580 or email starmakerstheatre@hotmail.com
Updated: 27th Jul 2003 (edit)
http://www.freewebs.com/starmakerstheatre
STEPPS
Amateur Club: S.T.E.P.P.S. is an amateur theatre group that meet at St Theresa's school in Darlington (hence the name - St ThEresas Parish ProductionS) We are a friendly bunch that present our productions at Darlington College of Technology with a Panto at Christmas and a musical at Easter. Always on the look out for new talent in the over 16 age group.
Updated: 19th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.stepps.org
Stewartby Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 22nd Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.compulink.co.uk/~cedar/stew.html
Stewartby Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: The society have been in existence since 1951 producing a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta (or sometimes two) every year in November, a concert usually in the spring and singing at other charity or social events.
Updated: 16th May 2009 (edit)
http://www.saods.org.uk
Stockport Garrick Society
Amateur Club: Amateur dramatics society in Stockport
Updated: 7th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.stockportgarrick.co.uk
Stockport Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Amateur Society founded in 1900 producing one major musical show each autumn at the Plaza Theatre in Stockport. Our next show is Thoroughly Modern Millie from 27th to 30th January 2010
Updated: 18th Oct 2009 (edit)
http://www.stockportoperaticsociety.co.uk
Stoke Gifford Community Theatre
Amateur Club: We are currently in our third year as a group and we devise all our own plays. The group has members from all walks of life and all ages from in and around the Bristol area. Visit our site for more information.
Updated: 22nd Feb 2000 (edit)
http://Members.aol.com/McD130/index.html
Stoke on Trent Repertory Theatre
Amateur Club: Stoke Rep. News about the Rep, including forthcoming productions and special events.
Updated: 26th Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.stokerep.org.uk/
Stoke on Trent Repertory Theatre
Amateur Club: Now in it's 80th season, Stoke Rep are renowned in the North Staffs area for their varied productions and revues. Full information is provided on website.
Updated: 22nd Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.brenton.clara.net
Storm Stage School
Amateur Club: Storm Stage School is an exciting performing arts school providing fun and educational workshops in areas around Scotland. Workshops are varied and aim to instruct students in all areas of the performing arts, including acting skills, theatre games, stage craft, singing, dance and movement, stage-combat, circus skills and more...
Updated: 3rd May 2001 (edit)
http://www.stormstageschool.com
Stourbridge Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Stourbridge Amateur Operatic Society has been putting on shows since 1909 - their first production being 'Iolanthe'. It has a membership of over one hundred and twenty, both acting and non-acting. It's most recent shows include 'West Side Story', 'Chicago', 'A Chorus Line' and 'Hot Mikado'. Ticket Secretary: Mrs Lorraine Lovett: (01384) 277398
Updated: 12th Oct 1998 (edit)
Stourbridge Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Stourbridge Amateur Operatic Society has been putting on shows since 1909. It has a membership of over one hundred and twenty, both acting and non-acting. It's most recent shows have included 'Fame', 'Mack & Mabel', 'Guys & Dolls'. In October 2002 it's 91st production was 'Oliver!' Ticket Secretary: Mrs Lorraine Lovett: (01384) 277398
Updated: 30th Oct 2002 (edit)
http://www.stourbridge-operatic.co.uk
Stowmarket Operatic & Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Stowmarket Operatic & Dramatic Society. Based in Suffolk, performing musicals, plays and pantomimes
Updated: 17th May 2004 (edit)
http://www.stowmarketoperatic.org.uk
Stowmarket Operatic & Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Lively, friendly amateur group based in Suffolk. We perform musicals, plays and pantomimes.
Updated: 1st Jun 2003 (edit)
http://www.stowmarketoperatic.org.uk
Studio 32 Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Talented Young Club performing a wide range of Musicals & Plays based in the East Kilbride area.
Updated: 15th Oct 2001 (edit)
http://www.studio32.org.uk
Studio 32 Theatre Company
Amateur Club: East Kilbride Theatre Company performing plays and musicals throughout the year
Updated: 22nd Feb 2003 (edit)
Studio Theatre Salisbury
Amateur Club: We are a thriving amateur drama company established over 40 years ago, with our own premises in Ashley Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire. We perform five shows a year from Coward to Shakespeare & local playwrights. We are looking to build a new theatre on the existing site, we have raisied £105,000 already and have pledges which will take us to our target of £200,000.
Updated: 28th Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.studiotheatre.org.uk
Sturton Players
Amateur Club: Small Amateur Group which perform 2 plays (usually farce) and one panto a year. e-mail us for performance details or if you want to join. Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire
Updated: 31st Oct 1999 (edit)
Sudbury Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: based at The Quay Theatre in Sudbury in Suffolk, produces about 4 plays a year as well as an annual pantomime
Updated: 25th Feb 2000 (edit)
Sunderland Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Formed in 1894, the society has built up a reputation for a high standard of performance. Currently performs at the Empire Theatre, Sunderland.
Updated: 26th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://alwiegand.freeserve.co.uk/SAOS.htm
Sunderland Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: A society that was originally formed in 1894 and has been producing quality shows most years since. It currently performs its main show at the Sunderland Empire Theatre.
Updated: 20th Jan 2006 (edit)
http:www.sunderlandaos.org.uk
Sunderland Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: A society that was originally formed in 1894 and has been producing quality shows most years since. It currently performs its main show at the Sunderland Empire Theatre.
Updated: 20th Jan 2006 (edit)
http://www.sunderlandaos.org.uk
Surrey Opera
Amateur Club: Professional singers and an amateur chorus.
Updated: 17th Oct 1999 (edit)
http://www.eastcomp.demon.co.uk/surreyopera.html
Surrey Opera
Amateur Club: Please note the new address for the Surrey Opera website is: www.surreyopera.org
Updated: 14th Apr 2003 (edit)
http://www.surreyopera.org
Surrey Opera
Amateur Club: Please note the new address for the Surrey Opera website is: www.surreyopera.org
Updated: 14th Apr 2003 (edit)
http://www.surreyopera.org
Sussex Musical productions
Amateur Club: Based in Worthing, West Sussex and specialising in Musical Theatre. Sussex Musical Productions was founded in 1988 and although a young company has already won the prestigious Noda Award for their outstanding production of "Singin' In The Rain". With two productions a year at the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing and a membership of over sixty acting and non acting members this is a company worth seeing. The May production is "Me and My Girl"and for more information why not visit our website - click below. Whether spectator or future member all are welcome.
Updated: 28th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www3.mistral.co.uk/sthorpe/smp/Page_1x.html
Sutton Theatre Company
Amateur Club:
Updated: 1st Feb 2007 (edit)
http://www.sutton-theatre-company.co.uk
Swanmore Amateur Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: We perform two shows a year, one play in the spring and at Christmas; a pantomime. New members are always welcome, help is needed backstage as well as on stage. If you would like to give it a try or just see what it's all about, then visit our website!
Updated: 6th May 2001 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/malcolm.tatum/sads.htm
Swansea Little Theatre
Amateur Club: 75 Years young in 2000, this theatre company was one of the founding members of the little theatre movement. Producing 6 shows a year as the in house company of the Dylan Thomas Theatre, the company also manage and maintain the theatre situated in Swansea's maritime quarter. The forthcoming season includes Ben Elton's "Silly Cow" in May, Frank Vickery's "Family Planning" in July and Under Mild Wood several times during the summer and autumn.
Updated: 3rd Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.dylanthomastheatre.homestead.com/index.html
Tadcaster Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.pjwood.freeserve.co.uk/taos.htm
Tadcaster Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire. We are an amateur theatre group performing musicals, drama and concerts in the local area
Updated: 5th Jun 2008 (edit)
http://tadcastertheatrecompany.co.uk
TADS (Tewkesbury Amateur Dramatic Society)
Amateur Club: TADS is a drama society based in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, performing mainly plays with some musicals. At the moment we produce a single play a year plus performing at the various local One Act Play festivals and other special productions.
Updated: 14th Feb 2007 (edit)
http://www.tads.org.uk/
Take Two Musical Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Any other amateur groups in need of an M.D. please get in touch.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.zyworld.com/taketwo/Home.htm
Talisman Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Talisman Theatre Company was founded in 1942 and is a non-professional producing management. Ten plays are produced each year, working to the highest possible standards in acting, direction and design. The Company welcomes actresses, actors , designers, technicians, backstage and front-of-house staff. The present Theatre was opened in 1969 and seats 156 people. Art exhibitions are held in the foyer, small-scale productions in the Studio, and social events everywhere. The Company operates an extensive Wardrobe Hire service for dramatic productions and fancy dress parties. Members receive the house magazine TALISMAG and are offered a saving on tickets.
Updated: 17th Jun 1998 (edit)
Tarrystone Players
Amateur Club: Cookham's very own amatuer stage company! Two to three productions a year in the local 'Pinder Hall', with rehearsals and general meetings in the Old Cricket Pavilion, Cookham Dean. Everything from One Act Dramas to Pantomime!
Updated: 19th May 2005 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/tarrystoneplayers
Tavistock Repertory Company
Amateur Club: Tavistock Repertory Company, Tower Theatre, Islington.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.towertheatre.org.uk
Teddington Theatre Club
Amateur Club: TTC is one of the leading amateur theatre companies in the South East of England. Founded in 1927, TTC recently moved to Hampton Hill Playhouse. For further information contact the Membership Secretary on: 020 8287 2663
Updated: 15th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.ttc-hhp.org.uk
Teignmouth Players
Amateur Club: An Amateur Dramatic Society based at the Carlton Theatre in Teignmouth, Devon We present 8 full productions each year to local people and the annual influx of visitors in the summer. We are always on the lookout for similar minded people to come and join us in our ventures. The Carlton Theatre is, we beleive, the home of live entertainment in Teignmouth and we rent the theatre from the local council. We would love to hear from any potential sponsors as we always need support to be able to continue our productions. we also have an ongoing need to improve and replace the theatre facilities (we particularly need new seating) and get very little financial support from outside the theatre.
Updated: 21st Jan 2001 (edit)
http://www.carltontheatre.co.uk
Thalian Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Thalian Theatre Group based in Basildon, Essex. Produces numerous events per year mostly at the Towngate Theatre.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.btinternet.com/~chairman.thaliantg/index.html
Thameswey Players
Amateur Club: Thameswey Players, Aldershot
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.pogel.demon.co.uk/thameswey.htm
Thameswey Players
Amateur Club: We meet at 8pm, every Monday at Normandy Village Hall, Glaziers Lane, Normandy, Guildford, Surrey. We normally put on two productions a year, one in May/June & one in October. Our fees are £10 a year, due at the AGM, with each member of the cast paying a £5 show fee. We will be performing "Holiday Snap" by Michael Pertwee & John Chapman from Thurs 9th - Sat 11th June, 7.45pm start. Tickets are all £6, but if you purchase 10 or more we will deduct £1 from each
Updated: 9th May 2005 (edit)
The Apollo Players
Amateur Club: One of Glasgow's leading amateur theatre companies.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://apolloplayers.future.easyspace.com
the Apple Dance Players
Amateur Club: Twist Lane Leigh Lancs WN7 4DW Ballet Tap Disco Theatre Pantomimes all aspects of dance & Performing Arts
Updated: 3rd May 2004 (edit)
http://www.appledance.co.uk
the Apple Dance Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 18th Oct 2003 (edit)
The Arcadia Players
Amateur Club: Bradford and Skipton-based amateur theatre group. New members of all ages and with all levels of experience are always welcome. We will be peforming Stoppard's Arcadia in September 2002, so why not drop us a line and get involved in this friendly and unpretentious group!!!
Updated: 3rd Jul 2002 (edit)
http://www.communigate.co.uk/brad/arcadiaplayers
The Blakehay Actors Company
Amateur Club: Resident company at The Blakehay Theatre
Updated: 4th Sep 2012 (edit)
http://www.facebook.com/groups/128187897234477/?ref=ts
The Bob Hope Theatre, Eltham
Amateur Club: The Bob Hope Theatre is a voluntary organisation providing first rate amateur entertainment to the local community. The Theatre is situated in Eltham, a suburb of south-east London, England.
Updated: 12th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.bobhopetheatre.co.uk
THE C.K THEATRE COMPANY
Amateur Club: We are looking for new members to join our group. We are based in Southend, in Essex. Our next production is "A SLICE OF SATURDAY NIGHT" by the "HEATHER BROTHERS". A 60's musical all about the dating habit of teenagers of the time. Auditions early next year.
Updated: 9th Nov 1999 (edit)
The Castle Players
Amateur Club: Based in Barnard Castle, Co Durham, The Castle Players is one of the North East's leading community theatre groups. Specialising in producing spectacular outdoor performances of Shakespeare in the grounds of The Bowes Museum the company also tours small-scale productions in the winter months.
Updated: 30th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.castleplayers.co.uk
The Castle Players
Amateur Club: "The play's the thing!" Based in Lytchett Matravers in Dorset the Castle Players have delighted in entertaining audiences for many years. Every year the dynamic group perform an Autumn and Spring play, innovative One Acts and a magical Pantomime at Lytchett Matravers Village Hall. See more at: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=info&ref=ts&gid=229627849055
Updated: 31st Dec 2008 (edit)
http://www.castleplayers.com
The Cecilian Society
Amateur Club: University of Glasgow
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.gla.ac.uk/Clubs/Cecilian
The Centenary Company
Amateur Club: Formed in 1995 for the centenary celebrations at Blackheath Halls, we're a friendly local performance group specialising in G & S, staging one show a year, most recently at Greenwich Theatre. This year's production is The Pirates of Penzance 18-21 November 2009; open rehearsal 7.30pm, 30 April at St Alfege's Church Hall, Greenwich, London SE10. Fundraising from scratch concert performance of Ruddigore 25 April, singers interested need to pre-register by 17 April - info@centenarycompany.co.uk
Updated: 6th Apr 2009 (edit)
http://www.centenarycompany.co.uk
The Christie Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Christie Theatre Company have been formed for the sole purpose of raising a minimum of £10,000 for the Christies against Cancer appeal, which we hope to do by June 2000. Please support us in any way you can!
Updated: 9th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.tctc.org.uk
The Club Theatre
Amateur Club: Theatre in Altrincham Cheshire. Provides full length plays, play festivals and venue for visiting theatres. Costume and prop hire also available. Full events list and details of past productions
Updated: 11th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.clubtheatre.org.uk
The Commonswood Players
Amateur Club: Local Drama/Theatre Group based in Welwyn Garden City, Herts. 1 - 2 productions per year. Contact The Secretary 01707 880681 or see our web site for further details.
Updated: 14th Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.communigate.co.uk/herts/thecommonswoodplayers
The Company
Amateur Club: The Company are a group who perform modern and classic drama in Sheffield
Updated: 27th Jan 1999 (edit)
The Company of Four
Amateur Club: The Company of Four, based in Suffolk
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://website.lineone.net/~mg/co4/index.html
The Company of Ten
Amateur Club: One of the leading amateur theatre groups in the country, the Company of Ten makes its home in the Abbey Theatre, Westminster Lodge, St. Albans. This constitutes a 244 seat proscenium arch auditorium and an 80 seat studio. The company has more than 450 memebers from all ages and backgrounds who are interested in the entire process of theatre production. Around ten productions from a wide variety of genres are put on throughout the year to a very high standard. Not for nothing has the Company of Ten been known as the mainstay of live theatre in St. Albans for nearly 70 years. The group also supports a thriving and award-winning youth theatre, who have put on productions in Edinburgh and in local theatre festivals.
Updated: 25th Sep 2002 (edit)
http://www.abbeytheatre.org.uk
The Crescent Theatre
Amateur Club: The Crescent Theatre, Sheepcote Street, Brindleyplace, Birmingham, B16 AE
Updated: 3rd Nov 1999 (edit)
http://arriveat.com/the_crescent
The Crown Players
Amateur Club: Gloucester based amateur group.
Updated: 18th Sep 2001 (edit)
http://www.thecrownplayersgloucester.co.uk
The Cuddington Players amateur dramatic and musical society
Amateur Club: Details on our past productions including reviews & cast photos. Also our next show Half A Sixpence, how to join us & our history.
Updated: 26th Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.angelfire.com/musicals/cudd
The Daventry Players
Amateur Club: We perform three shows a year at the Daventry community centre on Ashby road. All age groups are welcome and we have a friendly club atmosphere.
Updated: 28th Feb 2003 (edit)
http://www.thedaventryplayers.co.uk
The Debenham Players
Amateur Club: Based in Debenham, Suffolk. Also have a youth group. Two to four productions per year (panto, one act plays, serious drama etc.)
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
The Ecumaniacs Pantomime Group
Amateur Club: A friendly amateur group based in Whitchurch, Bristol. Details of past productions and information on the group.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.ecumaniacs.co.uk
The Essex Group
Amateur Club: The International Award Winning Essex Group operate entirely by OPEN AUDITION. Staging up to six full scale productions each year. All shows are cast completely from scratch and rehearsals last for 7 to 9 weeks, rehearsing at weekends for up to 12 hours.
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
The Festival Players
Amateur Club: Based in Loughborough Leicestershire performing 4 plays a year at Stanford Hall Theatre (Stanford nr Loughborough)
Updated: 24th Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.festivalplayers.com
The Gage Players
Amateur Club: Founded in 1950, the Gage is an amateur theatre company that puts on plays in Walton-on-the-Hill, Tadworth, Surrey.
Updated: 17th Nov 2005 (edit)
http://www.thegageplayers.freeuk.com
The Good Companions Stage Society
Amateur Club: We are a Derby based amateur musical society who produce two shows a year performed at local theatres. We also perform one night charity shows in various locations in aid of our nominated charity. We, as the name suggests, are a society of friends who enjoy varied social events throughout the year as well as the varied work involved in producing the shows.
Updated: 15th Oct 2004 (edit)
http://goodcompanions.reproductionantiques.co.uk/index.htm
The Good Companions Stage Society
Amateur Club: We are a Derby based amateur musical society who produce two shows a year performed at local theatres. We also perform one night charity shows in various locations in aid of our nominated charity. We, as the name suggests, are a society of friends who enjoy varied social events throughout the year as well as the varied work involved in producing the shows.
Updated: 15th Oct 2004 (edit)
http://goodcompanions.reproductionantiques.co.uk/index
The Greville Theatre Club
Amateur Club: A well known and well supported amateur drama company based in the north west corner of rural Essex. Produces two well rehearsed shows yearly in the Beautiful Barn Theatre at Little Easton, just a few miles to the North of Great Dunmow.
Updated: 12th Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.greville.org.uk
The Griffin Players
Amateur Club: The Griffins are the theatrical section of the Vauxhall Recreation Club, though our members do not have to be employed by the motor giant. We perform 3 shows a year, usually a musical in June, a play in September and a Pantomime in December. All our shows are presented at the Library Theatre in Luton, bedfordshire. We are a young(ish) energetic group who try to put on challenging but ecconicaly viable productions. We are always on the lookup for new members onstage and off stage so please contact us if you would like to get involved.
Updated: 21st May 2002 (edit)
http://www.thegriffinplayers.8m.com/
The Grosvenor Light Opera Company
Amateur Club: Founded in 1949, we have become the leading amateur company in London for presenting the Gilbert & Sullivan Savoy Operas. Membership is drawn from a broad section of age and employment groups who, almost without exception, work in the City or West End. Rehearsals take place at The City Lit, Bolt Court, Fleet Street every Monday (during term time) 6.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. Our next production will be our Summer Concert on Saturday 24th June, to be performed at The London Oratory School Arts Centre, Seagrave Road, Fulham. Selections will be from "The Mikado", "Patience", "The Sorcerer" and "The Gondoliers". For more information on the above, please contact Pam Everton on 020 8524 1085 or Chris Field on 020 8551 1557
Updated: 18th Apr 2000 (edit)
The Halliwell Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based in Bolton.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.mcmahonc.freeserve.co.uk/
The Headgate Theatre
Amateur Club: The Headgate Theatre is the home for amateur performing arts in Colchester. After a 15 year struggle the dream has become a reality. The £200,000 conversion of the building into a 100 seat studio theatre with rehearsal room, bar & lounge will be complete ready for an opening in March 2002
Updated: 30th Oct 2001 (edit)
http://www.headgatetheatre.co.uk
The Internationally Renowned Woolpack Ensemble
Amateur Club: Small, enthusiastic amateur group based in Debenham, Suffolk. Put on two musical productions per year.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
The Light Pen Company
Amateur Club: Based in the London Borough of Croydon, the Light Pen Company was founded in 1987 as the staff drama association of Croydon Libraries Department, with the purpose of putting on an annual revue for our colleagues. Twelve years on, membership is completely open. Most of our productions nowadays are one-act plays and we can regularly be seen at drama festivals throughout the South East. We still do the occasional big show: notable recent productions include Aladdin and The Monster Show, a rock ‘n’ roll horror cabaret.
Updated: 7th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.knaggsr.freeserve.co.uk
The Limelight Players
Amateur Club: The Limelight Players has been established for over 30 years and perform at the Dovehouse Theatre in Solihull, West Midlands. The group has won several awards over the years including Best Actor, Best Director to name a couple. Many of the members have also appeared on TV (programmes include Doctors, Phones 4U advert, Nasty Neighbours (starring Ricky Tomlinson), Out of hours to name a few) New members are always welcome. Please contact the group Chairman for more details - Dave Monk 07802-441039
Updated: 10th Sep 2001 (edit)
The Limelight Productions
Amateur Club: The Limelight Productions is one of Fife's newest Musical Theatre Company's.
Updated: 21st Sep 2006 (edit)
http://www.thelimelightproductions.co.uk
The Lindrick Players
Amateur Club: Amateur Dramatic Group producing a panto and two plays a year The Panto late January, a spring play May, and an Autumn play in October. They perform at:- The Village Hall, Long Lane, Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nr Worksop, Noth Notts. Chairman, Andrew Norman Contact: 01909 530546
Updated: 16th Mar 2001 (edit)
The Little Theatre Club (Westcliff-on-Sea)
Amateur Club: Very active amateur society, performs 2 musicals every year. Based in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex. Current production is La Cage aux Folles, 26th-31st October. Next production Some Like it Hot, May /June 1999. Auditioning shortly. Rehearse Mondays & Thursday evenings in Leigh-on-Sea. New performing and non-performing members very welcome. Very active social calendar through the year. Call us for more details. Secretary, Doreen Goodfellow, 01702 349277
Updated: 19th Oct 1998 (edit)
The Little Theatre Club, Westcliff-on-Sea
Amateur Club: We are an Award Winning Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society based in Westcliff (Southend-on-Sea, Essex). We perform 2 professional quality shows each year at a major theatre, our next being The Wiz on 1st to 6th November, followed by Mack & Mabel on 22nd May 2000 for 1 week. Tickets for shows can be booked by email or by phoning the Business Manager, Jim Wolfe on (01702) 338338.
Updated: 27th Oct 1999 (edit)
http://freespace.virgin.net/jim.wolfe/ltc/default.htm
The Little Theatre, Donnington
Amateur Club: A Telford, Shropshire based Theatre Society with its own 255 seat theatre, 5 major productions a year and ahistory that goes back to the 1940's.
Updated: 27th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://homepage.virgin.net/little.eyases/Little Theatre.html
The Lowestoft Players
Amateur Club: The Lowestoft Players perform 2 musicals and a pantomime each year and have recently staged the musical Scrooge. Our next production is the musical Gypsy, being performed at the Marina Theatre, Lowestoft from 19th - 23rd September 2000. For Christmas 2000 the Lowestoft Players present Jack and the Beanstalk for 15 performances between 22nd December and 6th January. For more information visit our website.
Updated: 6th Jun 2000 (edit)
http://www.f2bone.co.uk/players
The Marco Players
Amateur Club: Based in Bolton.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.mcmahonc.freeserve.co.uk/
The Miller Centre Players
Amateur Club: We are a non-professional theatre group in 198 seat theatre, based in Caterham, Surrey. we produce 9 shows a season, each running for 9 nights. We are always looking for new members both as actors and technical support.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://cw.orangenet.co.uk/~millercp
The Minerva Club
Amateur Club: based in Glasgow producing west end and broadway style shows.
Updated: 15th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.minervaclub.inuk.com
The Minerva Club
Amateur Club: based in Glasgow producing west end and broadway style shows.
Updated: 15th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.minervaclub.inuk.com
The More Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The More Theatre Company, based in Liverpool
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.merseyworld.com/moretheatre/
The Nomad Theatre
Amateur Club: A local amateur group's first production at Guildford Borough Hall in 1934, started an era of history in East Horsley which, in years to come, would result in the village having its own theatre. With about 12 productions being staged annually...The building provides excellent facilities... for all to enjoy. We are always looking for new members - come and help us make future history!
Updated: 23rd Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.nomadtheatre.com
The Nomad Theatre
Amateur Club: The Nomad Theatre is a vibrant, active amateur theatre company, putting on around 8 shows per year. We also organise member events - due to the way the Nomads operate, it is required that anyone wishing to participate in productions must become a member. Unlike some other amateur theatre groups we do not charge show fees, just a small yearly fee.
Updated: 26th Oct 2008 (edit)
http://www.nomadtheatre.com
The Nomad Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Amateur Drama Group based in Chester-le-Street County Durham. Performing Two to Three plays per year plus a number of murder mystery evenings (Caberet Style) in a local Hotel WATCH OUT FOR WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT.
Updated: 6th Jun 2000 (edit)
The Nonentities
Amateur Club: The Nonentities are an amateur society founded in 1937, presenting both amateur and professional plays and entertainments throughout the year. They own and perform at at the Rose Theatre, Kidderminster. This is a modern, 181 seat, fully equipped theatre, with a studio that seats up to 60. The Theatre is administered as a charitable trust by the Nonentities Over 70 companies and well over 110 professional productions have been presented at The Rose in less than 20 years.
Updated: 16th May 2000 (edit)
http://www.rosetheatre.co.uk
The Norbury Theatre
Amateur Club: A completely amateur-owned and run theatre company with its own well-equipped 176 seater theatre in the centre of Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire. A comprehensive programme of in-house productions and regular Saturday morning Children's Theatre. Also available to other groups (amateur or professional) for reasonable hire rates. Please visit the Official Norbury Theatre Website for further information.
Updated: 25th Aug 2001 (edit)
http://www.norburytheatre.co.uk
The Old Town Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Swindon's Premier Amateur Theatre Company
Updated: 11th Apr 2001 (edit)
http://www.swindonweb.com/ottc
The Oldland Players, Bristol
Amateur Club: The Oldland Players stage two productions each year - May and November - and also enter local One Act Play Festivals. We are a sociable, active and successful group and our age range spans 18 year olds to those in their 60s. We meet at Oldland Village Club, Oldland Common, Bristol on most Tuesday evenings in the year. Visit our website for more details of joining us or booking tickets for our next performance.
Updated: 31st Aug 2000 (edit)
http://www.oldland-players.co.uk
The Operating Theatre Company
Amateur Club: A musicals society in Glasgow; comprising medical students and doctors
Updated: 30th Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.operatingtheatre.org
The Over Players
Amateur Club: This is the official site of The Over Players amateur dramatic Group based in Over, Cambridgeshire
Updated: 10th Feb 2002 (edit)
http://www.overplayers.org.uk
The Pantheon Club
Amateur Club: 268 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JR Tel: 0141 332 3507
Updated: 25th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.pantheontheatre.co.uk/
The Penguin Club
Amateur Club: The Penguin Club don’t perform, but provide backstage and technical support for many drama and musical groups in and around the Cambridge area. This includes set construction and scenic painting, lighting and sound design and operation, props, stage management and crewing.
Updated: 29th Jul 2010 (edit)
http://penguinclub.org.uk
The Philbeach Society
Amateur Club: The Philbeach Society started more than 40 years ago and is based in Westminster. It usually stages two main musical events per year. Rehersals are held on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 - 10pm in the Maida Vale area of London.Joining Philbeach could eventually see you perform off Broadway! That's because the Society has a strong connection with the Village Light Opera Group of New York and for the past 20 years has put ona joint production with them every five years. So why not join our friendly, lively group.
Updated: 10th Dec 2005 (edit)
http://www.witherby.co.uk/Philbeach/
The Phoenix Players
Amateur Club: The Phoenix Players is Lincolns premier amateur dramatic society
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
The Phoenix Players (Gloucester)
Amateur Club:
Updated: 20th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.phoenix.ukart.com
The Phoenix Players (Gloucester)
Amateur Club:
Updated: 20th Apr 2004 (edit)
http://www.phoenix.ukart.com
The Phoenix Players (Portsmouth)
Amateur Club: We are an amateur dramatic society established in 1953. We perform three productions a year, ranging from Comedy, Drama, Musicals and of course our annual Pantomime. We also perform travelling shows at various locations. Please call us on 023 9267 8530 or 023 9247 0545 or email
Updated: 24th Apr 2008 (edit)
http://www.thephoenixplayers.co.uk
The Phoenix Theatre Company - Chelmsford
Amateur Club: We are a Progressive group based in the Moulsham Lodge Community Centre, Waltham Glen off Gloucester Avenue. We meet every Thursday at eight p.m. and all are welcome. If you have something to offer the world of theatre we have a place to offer you, so please pop-in and meet the group that is steadily expanding.
Updated: 26th Nov 1998 (edit)
The Phoenix Theatre Company, Chelmsford
Amateur Club: "Tales by Moonlight" written and directed by Daniel Curley ~ subtitled 'a dream and a nightmare' - 2 one-act plays. The first, 'Wonderland' , is a surreal piece which explores the troubled relationship between Alice Liddell, Lewis Carroll and Alice's mother. The second play, 'Miss Polly had a Dolly' is a much darker vignette about a woman who keeps her daughter locked away in an attic for fifteen years, with sinister consequences Thursday 27th - Saturday 29th September 7.45pm (doors open at 7.15pm) Matinee 29th September 3pm (doors open 2.30pm) At: The Church Hall, Christ Church URC, New London Road, Chelmsford Adults £6, Concessions £5. Box Office: 27 Ashurst Drive, Chelmsford, Essex. CM1 6TN. 01245 468956
Updated: 8th Jul 2007 (edit)
http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/phoenixtheatre
The Potato Room Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 8th Aug 2001 (edit)
http://www.potatoroom.com
The Premier Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Premier Theatre Company , a Blackpool-based production company, renowned for the 10th anniversary performance of CHESS and the charity concerts it has been presenting since 1997.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.premier-theatre.co.uk
The Purple Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Formed in 1997 at Brunel University. Following two successful years based at Brunel University, the group formerly known as Brunel Alumni Drama, or B.A.D., is now moving on to become a local community-based theatre group. To date, The Purple Theatre Company has been involved in four shows, including one that was entered for the 1998 National Student Drama Festival. As well as full-scale productions, The Purple Theatre Company has hosted a Murder Mystery Dinner and also one-off comedy evenings. During its short existence so far, The Purple Theatre Company has donated well over £1,000 to various charitable organisations.
Updated: 27th May 2002 (edit)
http://www.purpletheatre.org.uk
The Questors Theatre
Amateur Club: We are one of Europe's largest amateur companies and we stage nearly 20 productions each year. We have a 350 seat Playhouse and a fully flexible 90 seater Studio. Our social centre, The Grapevine Bar, is open every evening and Sunday Lunchtime. Why not come along at 8.00 on a Wednesday evening for a tour of the theatre and a free drink? Find out more at www.questors.org.uk
Updated: 8th Feb 2002 (edit)
The Riverside Players
Amateur Club: Established in 1951 by former students of the central school of speech and drama, the Riverside Players meet up once a year in Pangbourne Berkshire for two week of, live-in, intense theatre. We have a brilliant working atmosphere and the two weeks combines all the fun you can have in theatre.
Updated: 29th Jul 2002 (edit)
http://www.riversideplayers.org.uk
The Shakespeare Institute Players
Amateur Club: Student drama society of the University of Birmingham's Shakespeare Institute. Students mount several productions per year (usually one per term). Productions range from Shakespeare and the Renaissance through to modern plays. Venues include the Marie Corelli's Music Room in Mason Croft and the gardens of the Institute grounds.
Updated: 29th Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/shinstitute/
The Shoreham Village Players
Amateur Club: Founded in 1924 and based in the picturesque Kent village of Shoreham, just outside the M25, this thriving amateur group puts on around three productions a year. From Checkhov to Panto, with a wealth of local talent, the standard is high as our capacity audiences will confirm.
Updated: 23rd Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.intacom.co.uk/shore/players
The Smycms
Amateur Club: Edinburgh based group.
Updated: 3rd Mar 1999 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/~thesmycms
The South Devon Players
Amateur Club: An amateur theatre group based in Torbay, South Devon, which mainly specialises in productions relating to local history and folklore, and which has a strong ethos of social inclusion and encouraging interest in performance art, local history, and the local community.
Updated: 25th Jun 2010 (edit)
http://southdevonplayers.weebly.com
The Stanley Theatre Group
Amateur Club: A local amateur dramatic society who perform two plays per year at the Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham, uk. Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 8pm - 10pm at Acocks Green Methodist Church, Bottville Rd/Shirley Rd, Acocks Green. Members are aged 16+. Any one interested in joing should contact Joanne Goulding. Telephone - 0121 475 6007
Updated: 3rd Apr 2003 (edit)
http://gouldijk
The Stevenage Lytton Players
Amateur Club: The leading amater dramatics group in Stevenage.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/tom_merryweather
The Vale Players Amateur Drama Group
Amateur Club: The Vale Players are based in Snainton nr. Scarborough. Formed in 1991, the group performs one major show in February and enters the Scarborough YMCA Drama Festival in November. We are a small and friendly group who act simply for the pleasure we get from entertaining. We prefer comedy, but will have a go at anything! We have also provided a cast for a promotional video and take part in themed events. If you are interested in joining us, either on stage or off, contact Sue Jackson on 01723- 859170.
Updated: 5th Feb 1999 (edit)
The Village Players
Amateur Club: Drama Group in Pilning
Updated: 29th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.thevillageplayers.btinternet.co.uk
The Wand'ring Minstrels
Amateur Club: Bournemouth based Amateur Dramatic and Musical group. Visit our website on details on how to become a member and see some of our accomplishments.
Updated: 18th May 2003 (edit)
http://www.wandringminstrels.co.uk
The Watson Players
Amateur Club: A Derby based amateur theatre group, formed in 1970 from previous members of the Watson Street Baptist Church Youth Club and Sunday School. Now an independent group normally presenting a pantomime in January/February each year at Derby's Guildhall Theatre and a play in the summer either at the Guildhall Theatre or Derby Playhouse Studio Theatre.
Updated: 6th Nov 2000 (edit)
The Wesley Players
Amateur Club: Based in Upminster, Essex, since 1949, we offer 3 productions a year, January, May and September,including Panto. Open auditions for all productions which usually begin a week or two after a production ends. Check our website for details. EVERYONE is welcome from actors to stage crew (especially Stage Crew!). We meet on Mondays at 8pm.
Updated: 27th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.wesley-players.co.uk
The Wharf Theatre
Amateur Club: The Wharf Theatre, Devizes, Wiltshire. An Amateur group based in central Wiltshire.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://wharf.home.ml.org/
The Whitchurch Players
Amateur Club: The Whitchurch Players Society from Whitchurch, Bristol
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/vienna/9683
The Woodley Theatre
Amateur Club: Woodley Theatre is located in Woodley, Reading. We have our own theatre and stage 6 productions each year. In addition we have an active youth theatre and hold regular workshops. New members are always welcome.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.tonks2.demon.co.uk/woodleytheatre.htm
The Wranglers
Amateur Club: Plymouth based, large amateur company which produces up to 5 shows a year. These include musicals, pantomimes and reviews. The company also has a youth section with around 80 members between the ages 5-18.
Updated: 15th Apr 2001 (edit)
http://www.thewranglers.btinternet.co.uk
The Young Ones
Amateur Club: Youth Theatre in the UK, West Midlands. Performing yearly Pantomimes. Age Range 7 - 18. Acting, Singing, Dancing.
Updated: 17th May 2000 (edit)
http://www.theyoungones.freewire.co.uk
The Young Theatre (at Beaconsfield)
Amateur Club: Now in its 30th year, YT is run by young people for young people. Age 10-21. Paet productions include - The Winter's Tale, Bugsy Malone, The Township Plays, Toad of Toad Hall, Billy Liar etc
Updated: 17th Nov 1999 (edit)
The Young Theatre Company
Amateur Club: The Young Theatre Company expertly trains young people aged 5 to 18 in all aspects of performing arts. Based in Nottinghamshire, we run theatre classes, workshops and summer camps, with many regular performing opportunities. For more details, please visit our website.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.youngtheatre.com
Theatre Guild - Amateur Musicals, Glasgow
Amateur Club: The Theatre Guild was founded in 1960 and performs Musicals in Glasgow, Scotland. We also have a touring Concert Party which performs for Churches, Bowling Clubs, Womens Guilds etc - mainly in the Greater Glasgow/west of Scotland area.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.theatreguild.inuk.com
theatre guild amatuer musicals glasgow
Amateur Club:
Updated: 5th Oct 2004 (edit)
theatre guild amatuer musicals glasgow
Amateur Club:
Updated: 5th Oct 2004 (edit)
Theatre Magenta
Amateur Club: Janet Gill formed Theatre Magenta, based in Leatherhead, in 1996. Venues visited (so far) have been The Rosemary Branch (Islington), The White Bear (Kennington), The Rose and Crown (Hampton Wick), Charles Cryer Studio Theatre (Carshalton), Hawth Arts Centre (Crawley), Casson Room Studio Theatre (Leatherhead) and Horsham Arts Centre. Theatre Magenta is a member of the Independent Theatre Council and the Fringe Theatre Network. It is NOT a club.
Updated: 18th Apr 2000 (edit)
Theatre on the Steps
Amateur Club: STONEWAY STEPS BRIDGNORTH SHROPSHIRE WV16 5BD
Updated: 3rd Dec 2002 (edit)
Theatre South Productions
Amateur Club: Theatre South Productions is one of the finest and most professional amateur dramatics clubs in Glasgow. Our drama club has become renowned for pushing the boundaries of amateur theatre, leaving audiences amazed by the talent in the club, the high level of production quality and the general professionalism of our musicals. We love what we do, and whether you fancy coming to see one of our shows or joining our theatre group, we reckon you will too.
Updated: 27th Aug 2008 (edit)
http://www.theatresouthproductions.co.uk
Theatre West End
Amateur Club: Theatre West End, Imperial College London and Edinburgh Fringe.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.su.ic.ac.uk/clubs/societies/scab/twe/twe.html
Theatre Workshop Coulsdon
Amateur Club: Have been in existence since 1970 and put on three shows yearly, two at the Coulsdon Youth and Social Centre and another one at The Woodman pub in Woodmansterne.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.shambala.demon.co.uk/twc/
Theatre Workshop Coulsdon
Amateur Club: Meets every Monday and Wednesday between 8pm and 10pm, at Coulsdon Youth and Social Centre. Visit our Website for much more info!
Updated: 22nd Feb 2004 (edit)
http://212.67.202.176/~twcoulsdon/
Theatre64
Amateur Club: Yateley, Hampshire
Updated: 28th Feb 2001 (edit)
http://www.theatre64.org.uk
Thornbury Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We perform mainly musical comedies, pantomines and revues. Our performance venue is the Armstrong Hall Thornbury (BS35) and we rehearse in Tytherington Village hall at least every Wednesday at 7.30pm. Please locate our contact details on the web site
Updated: 1st May 2002 (edit)
http://www.thornburyaos.org.uk
Thundersley Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: T.O.A.D.S are based in Essex, working on either our yearly show, Concert or play. We perform at the Furtherwick Park School Canvey Island, King John's School Benfleet and also several obscure places in the name of charity. Our aim is to provide entertainment for Canvey Island, Thundersley and surrounding areas.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.browne-home.demon.co.uk/toads.htm
Thurrock Courts Players
Amateur Club: A Drama Company of thirty members performing three Plays a Year.
Updated: 7th Jan 2003 (edit)
http://www.courtsplayers.moonfruit.com/
Thurso Players
Amateur Club: Thurso Players own and operate the most northerly theatre on the British mainland, The Mill Theatre. Thurso. They have between 5 and 7 amateur productions each year as well as numerous visiting professional companies. Thurso Players will tackle anything from musicals to Moliere, one act plays, revues. They also offer annually a set of summer workshops for children.
Updated: 13th Jul 1999 (edit)
Timsbury Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Based in rural Somerset, producing a mix of traditional pantomimes, light drama and themed evening entertainments. A lively and social group with an excellent local reputaiton
Updated: 9th Sep 2002 (edit)
http://thettg.org
Tip Top Productions
Amateur Club: An amateur theatre company based in the Chester/Wrexham area. Well known for sharp direction from Peter Swingler providing really Tip Top shows. Traditionally a musical society, Tip Top have become well known for their plays and pantomime. Recent productions include 'Cabaret' & 'My Fair Lady' at the Gateway in Chester, 'Aladdin' at the William Aston Hall, Wrexham and 'Little Voice' at the Wrexham Studio Theatre. Every show is finely polished.
Updated: 3rd Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.tiptopproductions.co.uk
TLT
Amateur Club: Lemon Street, Tyldesley, Manchester. TLT is an award-winning amateur society that prides itself on it\'s reputation as a community theatre. There can\'t be many backstreet theatres left but TLT is one of them and is enjoying its 81st year of providing a great cross section of productions ranging from vintage comedy and drama to contemporary works and even finding time for a traditionl family pantomime every year. Well respected in the local area, Tyldesley Little Theatre attracts audiences from much further afield than it\'s own backyard. TLT believes that all theatre is good theatre and pledges to provide something for everyone, whether it be a period classic, a northern comedy, a vintage farce, Pantomime or the latest in modern theatre.
Updated: 4th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.tyldesleylittletheatre.co.uk
TOADS Operatic
Amateur Club: TOADS Operatic is an amateur society based in Torquay, Devon. The society puts on 2 shows per year - the summer show at the Princess theatre and the autumn show at the Little Theatre.
Updated: 28th Jul 2000 (edit)
http://www.toads-operatic.org.uk
TOADS Theatre Company
Amateur Club: We are an amateur drama group in Torquay operating from our own theatre created from a beautiful church. We put on at least 7 plays a year, and the theatre is also used by various other groups. We have a long run during the summer to cater for holidaymakers, and try to select our season to satisfy the wide group of tastes of our customer base. For more infomation, please visit our website at www.toadstheatre.co.uk
Updated: 5th Oct 2002 (edit)
http://www.toadstheatre.co.uk
Totally Beaux Productions
Amateur Club: A company formed by graduates of Cambridge University and the Royal Academy of Music to promote new writing and fresh talent.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
Trades Club
Amateur Club: Hebden Bridge.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.tradesclub99.freeserve.co.uk/
Tread the Boards Drama Group
Amateur Club: Tread the Boards Drama Group, Milton Keynes
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/bbrooks/drama/ttbhome.shtml
Treading The Boards Musical Society
Amateur Club: The amateur musical theatre society of Aberdeen University. Website contains full contact info and society details, as well as details on forthcoming productions and events.
Updated: 29th Jan 2000 (edit)
http://www.abdn/ac/uk/~src178
Tring Festival Company
Amateur Club:
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/square/bd11/tfcover.htm
Trinity Orchestra
Amateur Club: Trinity Orchestra is based at Trinity Church, Hindes Road, Harrow and plays about 6 concerts of classical music every year.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.moose.co.uk/userfiles/sgroves/trinity/
Trowbridge Players
Amateur Club: The Trowbridge Players is a friendly, amateur dramatic society which prides itself on the quality of its productions. We normally have three productions a year - usually two plays and a pantomime. If you would like to join us, why not contact us via email. You would be made very welcome!
Updated: 10th Oct 2000 (edit)
Truro Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society - Cornwall
Amateur Club: Truro Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society present Musicals and Plays at their own Redannick Theatre, Truro as well as at the Hall For Cornwall and outdoor venues in Cornwall such as The Minack Theatre and Trelissick Gardens. Over 100 regular members. Recent productions include Oliver; Separate Tables; Orpheus in the Underworld; A Midsummer Night's Dream; Cider with Rosie and Abelard and Heloise. Forthcoming productions include: The Yeoman of The Guard in July and Broadway Pirates of Penzance in October of 2003. My Fair Lady will be a feature of 2004.
Updated: 10th Mar 2003 (edit)
Tryst Theatre
Amateur Club: Tryst Theatre was formed in 1978 and this site contains information about their productions since then, as well as details of forthcoming productions.
Updated: 26th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://www.trysttheatre.co.uk
Tyldesley Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Lemon Street, Tyldesley, Manchester TLT is an award-winning amateur society that prides itself on it\'s reputation as a community theatre. There can\'t be many backstreet theatres left but TLT is one of them and is enjoying its 81st year of providing a great cross section of productions ranging from vintage comedy and drama to contemporary works and even finding time for a traditionl family pantomime every year. Well respected in the local area, Tyldesley Little Theatre attracts audiences from much further afield than it\'s own backyard. TLT believes that all theatre is good theatre and pledges to provide something for everyone, whether it be a period classic, a northern comedy, a vintage farce, Pantomime or the latest in modern theatre.
Updated: 4th May 2001 (edit)
http://www.tyldesleylittletheatre.co.uk
Tynemouth Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Our aim is to promote the enjoyment of singing and acting and all the performing arts by staging musicals, concerts and other stage spectaculars in local theatres and other local venues. We also have a very active social committee who are keen to promote a friendly caring atmosphere within the society through varied social events. So on this site you will find lots more detail about our Society, future and past productions, social activities and lots more.
Updated: 18th Feb 2003 (edit)
http://www.taos.org.uk
Tynemouth Priory Theatre
Amateur Club: The leading Amateur Theatre in North Tyneside.A selection of new and classic plays, dramas and comedies. Established for over 50 years it stages productions in its own theatre In Tynemouth. New members are always welcome to this lively and busy theatre.
Updated: 6th Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.homestead.com/tynemouthpriorytheatre/index.html
UBSU DramaSoc
Amateur Club: University of Brighton Students Union Drama Society. Amateur company, includes both Drama and non-Drama students.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.brighton.ac.uk/dramasoc
UCL Opera
Amateur Club: UCL Opera has, over the last 49 years, developed a national reputation for producing rarely performed operas with a singular energy and enthusiasm. Dedicated to bringing these neglected works to a wider audience, it has staged two world premieres and eighteen British premieres since its founding in 1951. The company prides itself on the high artistic standard of its productions which has won it acclaim from public and critics alike. As a fully student-run group, we create a unique educational opportunity for students to produce and sing in a production that receives national press reviews and is staged in a professional venue with established directors. Many of our first-years arrive knowing little about music and leave hooked on opera for life. Some of our soloists have gone on to star-studded careers - Dame Felicity Lott being one. The annual opera production is a major event in the British artistic calendar, lauded by the Times (see http://www.the-times.co.uk/news/pages/tim/99/03/24/timartopr01001.html?3374160) Guardian, FT, Evening Standard, and other national papers, as well as such musical luminaries as Sir Charles Mackerras and Sir Edward Downes. In addition, it is by far the largest event of the year among UCL's student societies, involving upwards of 140 students in cast, orchestra, and production, while attracting many more in the audience who may be experiencing the thrill of opera for the first time. Performances take place over a week in March at the Bloomsbury Theatre, a semi-professional West End venue that has been described as Western Europe's finest small opera theatre.
Updated: 19th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~uczxmpb/opera.htm
UCLAN SU Drama Society
Amateur Club: This is the University of Central Lancashire's Drama Society. With multiple plays being produced each semester, there is plenty for everyone to get involved with. From acting to directing- there is a role that will suit you. For more information please check out our webste!
Updated: 6th Sep 2004 (edit)
http://www.freewebs.com/curtainup
UCLAN SU Drama Society
Amateur Club: This is the University of Central Lancashire's Drama Society. With multiple plays being produced each semester, there is plenty for everyone to get involved with. From acting to directing- there is a role that will suit you. For more information please check out our webste!
Updated: 6th Sep 2004 (edit)
http://www.freewebs.com/curtainup
UKC Dramatics
Amateur Club: University of Kent at Canterbury Drama Society. We put on a variety of shows over the academic year, usually three per term. A Children's Theatre Group has been set up and our Impro group performs at various events, such Cabaret and Comedy Nights.
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.su.ukc.ac.uk/societies/drama/
University of Aberdeen Gilbert and Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: Aberdeen University's Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Founded in 1976
Updated: 11th May 2004 (edit)
http://www.gilbertandsullivansociety.co.uk
University of Aberdeen Gilbert and Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: Aberdeen University's Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Founded in 1976
Updated: 11th May 2004 (edit)
http://www.gilbertandsullivansociety.co.uk
University of Brighton Students Union Drama Societ
Amateur Club: University of Brighton Students Union Drama Society. UBSU DramaSoc
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.brighton.ac.uk/dramasoc
University of London Opera Group
Amateur Club:
Updated: 10th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.ulu.ucl.ac.uk/societies_pages/ULOG1.html
Unknown theatre company
Amateur Club: in the haert of Cardiff where they have good talent and always pull of good shows
Updated: 4th Oct 2002 (edit)
Up-Stagers
Amateur Club: Godalming (Surrey) based amateur company. We perform two productions a year, normally in June and December/January, at the Electric Theatre in Guildford Surrey.
Updated: 1st Dec 2000 (edit)
http://www.up-stagers.com
Uplands Arts
Amateur Club:
Updated: 26th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://welcome.to/uplandsarts
Valley Players of Seaton Delaval
Amateur Club: The Valley Players were established in 1965 in Seaton Delaval, Northumberland, and stage three productions per year, ranging from comedies and broad farces to dramas.
Updated: 4th Feb 2009 (edit)
http://www.valleyplayers.ournet.co.uk
victoria beard
Amateur Club:
Updated: 19th Jun 2002 (edit)
Villagers Open Air Shakespeare
Amateur Club: The Villagers are an amateur group specialising in open air Shakespeare productions. We are based in southern Hampshire, and stage one production annually at venues in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Updated: 30th Aug 1999 (edit)
http://www.hants.orguk/villagers
Vision Opera
Amateur Club: Young energetic enthusiastic Community Based Opera Group in East London, with professionals singing principle roles Great group to be part of supportive atmosphere bringing opera to the local community
Updated: 6th Sep 2004 (edit)
http://www.visionopera.org
Vision Opera
Amateur Club: Young energetic enthusiastic Community Based Opera Group in East London, with professionals singing principle roles Great group to be part of supportive atmosphere bringing opera to the local community
Updated: 6th Sep 2004 (edit)
http://www.visionopera.org
Vocal Technique for Vocal Confidence
Amateur Club: Taught by professional Vocal Coach. 20 years experience as actress/singer/writer/director with credits in film,television and West End. Seminars/workshops and Private lessons available and tailored to suit your individual requirements. All vocal problems attended. Fast, accessible, fun method taught to give you fast, longlasting results.Call 07958450382
Updated: 18th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.rocliffe.com/vocaltechnique.htm
Vortex Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Perfoming Amateur shows five times a year at the Kenneth More Theatre in Ilford.
Updated: 21st Mar 2001 (edit)
http://www.kenneth-more-theatre.co.uk
WADAMS
Amateur Club: Workington and District Amateur Musical Society. visit our website for more information about us.
Updated: 9th Dec 2002 (edit)
http://wadams.co.uk
Wadham Players
Amateur Club: Walthamstow, East London. An established amateur group. Associated young persons group called Waltham Forest Youth Theatre
Updated: 2nd Jul 2001 (edit)
http://www.wadhamplayers.itgo.com/
Walsall Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Amateur Club: Based at the newly re-furbished Brownhills Community School Theatre, the society has two shows per year. The February 2003 Show is a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta -HMS Pinafore and the Summer show in June 2002 is "A right Royal Do"-a variety show including songs from the shows and G&S, all with a royal theme to celebrate the Jubilee. Established in 1963. The company includes some semi-pro performers. Ticket and Further information from 01543 373991
Updated: 12th Nov 2007 (edit)
Walsall Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Perform one musical annually in Lichfield, Staffordshire and also a Songs From The Shows concert in Walsall, West Midlands. Affiliated to NODA this established company has performed at the Royal Albert Hall and was the first amateur Society to record a CD entitled 'Magic Of The Musicals'. Rehearsals are every Thursday evening at Delves Infant School, Walsall at 7.30pm. New members always welcome, come along to a rehearsal or contact our Secretary Jayne Ison on 0121-357-5503
Updated: 9th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.walsalloperatic.co.uk
Waltham Abbey Musical Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Based on the outskirts of north east London, Wamtc stage two musicals a year. Our aim is to provide affordable quality musical theatre. We rehearse on Wednesdays at our community Centre and always welcome new members both in front and behind the curtain. For full details visit our website.
Updated: 3rd Dec 2000 (edit)
http://www.wamtc.org.uk
Ware Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are a friendly society based in Ware, Herts. Our aim is to develop public appreciation of the Operatic Arts. We give 2 main performances each year, a staged production at Castle Hall, Hertford and a summer concert in Ware.
Updated: 30th Jan 2010 (edit)
http://www.wareoperatic.org.uk
Warwick University Drama Society
Amateur Club: Warwick University Drama Society, or WUDS, is one of the most succesful British Amature Theatre Societies. In 1996 our production of Sobel's Ghetto was awarded the Guardian Directors Award after it's Endinburgh run. We regularly get selected for the National Student Drama Festival in Scarborough. We also tour production around the globe from Bedford to Slovakia.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www2.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/~wuds/
Washington Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Washington Tyne and Wear NE38 7AE Telephone 0191 4151860
Updated: 24th Jan 2004 (edit)
Washington Theatre Group
Amateur Club: The Washington Theatre Group is an amateur group who perform regularly at the Arts Centre, Washington. The group has been running for nearly thirty years and we are always on the look out for new members, whether they want to act on stage or work backstage. If you are interested in joining why not pop down to the Arts Centre on a Thursday night at 7.30pm or contact the group at washingtontheatregroup@yahoo.co.uk for further details.
Updated: 3rd Nov 2006 (edit)
http://washingtontheatregroup.co.uk
WASP
Amateur Club: Amateur organisation consisting of Wilmslow Operatic Society, Wilmslow Green Room Society and SCAMPS.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.man.ac.uk/~wasp
Waterbeach Community Players
Amateur Club: WCP are an amateur group base in the village of the Waterbeach, six miles north of Cambridge.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.btinternet.com/~wcponline
Waterside Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Based near Hythe in the New Forest & Waterside area of Southampton, the society stage one major show each year at the Waterside Theatre. The emphasis is on Gilbert & Sullivan and other light opera and musicals.
Updated: 18th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.wos.org.uk
Waterside Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Waterside Theatre Company are an Amateur Drama group, that has been `treading the boards' since 1950 presenting a range of attractive and challenging productions mainly in the Waterside Theatre. These include comedy, drama, musicals and pantomime. Our next production is two one-act plays by David Campton. 'Singing in the Wilderness' and 'Can you hear the Music' 21st to 23rd April 2005 check out our website for details
Updated: 13th Mar 2005 (edit)
http://www.watersidetheatrecompany.org.uk
Watford Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Watford Operatic and Dramatic Society was founded in 1922. We are based in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK. As an operatic society, we primarily perform musical productions but in addition, we have also staged plays and concerts at a variety of venues that have offered variety to both our members and audiences. We are registered with the Charity Commissioners in UK, and are affiliated to NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association).
Updated: 5th Dec 2003 (edit)
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Waveney Light Opera Group
Amateur Club: WLOG was formed about 40yrs ago by singers in and around the market town of Beccles on the River Waveney. It has gone from strength to strength since its inception and is now one of the premier entertainment societies in its area. The Group is purely amateur, but always aims to present a professional approach in all it does: this has resulted in the production of shows which are known for their high quality and artistic excellence. We present two main productions each year, a revue-style performance in April and a fully-staged and costumed main show in October. Productions range across all dramatic styles, recent examples being taken from the work of Ivor Novello, Stephen Sondheim, Gilbert & Sullivan, Leonard Bernstein, Johann Strauss, Irving Berlin and Cole Porter. We also participate in local music-making, with smaller concerts in local churches and village halls.
Updated: 27th Nov 1999 (edit)
http://www.wlog.org.uk
WCP - Waterbeach Community Players
Amateur Club: Waterbeach Community Players are a local amateur drama group based in the village of Waterbeach, six miles north of Cambridge. They produce three productions a year as well as regularly enter local drama festivals. They also have a thriving social life, including quiz nights, trips to other productions, car rallies and lots more. For more info about the group visit their Official Website or come along to one of their shows.
Updated: 25th Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.wcponline.co.uk
Weald Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Local Theatre group producing annual pantomimes to raise money for charity. 2003 will mark our 60th anniversary.
Updated: 8th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.wealdtheatregroup.fsnet.co.uk
Wellingborough Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Socie
Amateur Club: Wellingborough Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society. Present a musical each year in March at the Castle Theatre Wellingborough, Northants. Also perform ad-hoc concerts.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://members.aol.com/ncodling/pages/waods.htm
Wellington Heath Amateur Dramatics Society
Amateur Club: Better known locally as 'whads' we are a small group always looking for new members. We deal mainly with comedy and farce.
Updated: 4th Nov 2002 (edit)
http://www.whads.co.uk
Wellworth Players
Amateur Club: An amateur dramatics group which perform in the village hall in Needingworth and Holywell, Cambridgeshire
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
Wembley Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Also known as WOS Productions, we are based in Wembley, North West London. Click on web link below for details of past and future productions.
Updated: 28th Feb 2006 (edit)
http://wos-productions.org.uk
Wesley Players
Amateur Club: Based in Upminster, Essex, since 1949, we offer 3 productions a year, January, May and September,including Panto. Open auditions for all productions which usually begin a week or two after a production ends. Check our website for details. EVERYONE is welcome from actors to stage crew (especially Stage Crew!). We meet on Mondays at 8pm.
Updated: 27th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.wesley-players.co.uk
West Bridgford Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Nottinghamship-based amateur group.
Updated: 31st Oct 1999 (edit)
http://www.wbds.co.uk
West Bromwich Operatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.betonia.co.uk/wbos/
West Corwall Theatre
Amateur Club: In 1953, a nucleus of drama enthusiasts living in Penwith conceived the idea of presenting a play annually at the Minack Theatre, Porthcurno. This led to the birth of the West Cornwall Theatre Group.
Updated: 14th Jun 2001 (edit)
http://website.lineone.net/~westcornwall.theatre/
West Kilbride Players Club
Amateur Club: We are an Amateur Drama Club in the west coast of Scotland, new members are always welcome!
Updated: 2nd Mar 2002 (edit)
http://www.westkilbrideplayersclub.co.uk
Westbury Park Players
Amateur Club: Amateur group based in Bristol.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.aida.demon.co.uk/wpp/homepage
Westcliff Operatic & Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Perform 2 musicals every year in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Currently performing Hello Dolly until 22 May 1999. See Listings section for ticket details. Next show is 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum!' from 28 November 1999. Auditions will be held early June. Rehearsals Tuesdays & Thursday evenings in Southend-on-Sea. New members always welcome. Please contact our membership secretary Joan Hubbard on 01702 552845
Updated: 21st May 1999 (edit)
Western Opera Players
Amateur Club: Staging Musical Drama in Bristol
Updated: 5th Nov 2001 (edit)
http://www.wops.co.uk
Weston-on-Trent
Amateur Club:
Updated: 21st Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.callnetuk.com/home/westonontrent/
Westoning Players
Amateur Club: A village based group who perform 2 - 3 productions a year, inc. biennial pantos, comedies, thrillers, and murder mystery evenings.
Updated: 14th Jul 2003 (edit)
http://www.westoning-players.co.uk
Weymouth Drama Club
Amateur Club: Based at the Warehouse Studio Theatre, 7 Hope Street, Weymouth, Dorset this Club has a large membership from 7 through to 70 years of age. It is a very active group and performs at its own venue as well as The Pavilion Theatre Weymouth and various outdoor locations. Membership is open to all. Members can be involved as actors, directors, technicians and front of house staff as well as with our youth section, The Curtain Raisers. Contact can be made either by e-mail or post to the above address.
Updated: 16th Jul 2000 (edit)
Whitchurch Little Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Based in the Market Town of Whitchurch, Shropshire the WLTG (Whitchurch Little Theatre Group) have a history of producing and presenting plays for over 50 years.
Updated: 29th Jan 2002 (edit)
http://www.whitchurch-ltg.org.uk/
White Horse Opera
Amateur Club: Opera to the highest standards in rural Wiltshire (Devizes). Professional soloists and a highly trained chorus - new members always welcome including "non singers" for stage crew & all the support services.
Updated: 18th Feb 2000 (edit)
http://www.i-way.co.uk/~who/who.htm
White Horse Opera
Amateur Club: White Horse Opera was founded in 1991 with the aim of bringing full-costume grand opera, sung in English, to the people of Wiltshire at an affordable price. We are based in Devizes – performing at the Town Hall and Corn Exchange
Updated: 22nd Sep 2007 (edit)
http://www.whitehorseopera.com/
Whitehaven Male Voice Choir
Amateur Club: Founded in 1977, the present Whitehaven Male Voice Choir has established an enviable reputation among the musical world of male voices in Britain. The choir perform around twenty concerts a year throughout the North of England, raising thousands of pounds for charity. They have also performed in such prestigious venues as The Royal Albert Hall and Cardiff Arms Park.
Updated: 21st Mar 2007 (edit)
http://www.wmvc.co.uk
Whitehaven Theatre Group
Amateur Club: Bringing the opportunity to experience live theatre to the community through participation as actors, singers, production, crew and audience. We regularly stage musicals, plays, pantomimes and concerts in the beautiful Georgian port of Whitehaven, on the west coast of Cumbria.
Updated: 31st Dec 2006 (edit)
http://www.whitehaventheatregroup.com
Whitwell Players
Amateur Club: Set in the charming Hertfordshire village of Whitwell. The Whitwell Players perform on average three times a year to a varied local audience. Productions are enhanced by expert help in lighting and sound making this group stand out in terms of quality.
Updated: 3rd Aug 2000 (edit)
http://www.whitwellplayers.co.uk
Wick Theatre Company
Amateur Club: This company has a membership of around 120 and mounts six productions a year, at the Barn Theatre, Southwick Street, Southwick Community Centre, Southwick, W. Sussex BN42 4TE. We are a registered Charity, No. 263310. Our website address is: www.wicktheatre.co.uk
Updated: 11th Aug 2002 (edit)
Wick Theatre Company - based in Southwick, near Brighton
Amateur Club: An award winning producing 4 main and 2 studio productions in Southwick's Barn Theatre.
Updated: 1st Oct 2001 (edit)
http://www.wicktheatre.co.uk
Wickersley Operatic
Amateur Club: We are an Amateur Operatic Society who produce an annual show in February . Our next production will be Oklahoma. Production dates are February 9th to 14th 2004 including a Saturday matinee performance at the Civic Theatre, Rotherham. 2005 show will be Jesus Christ Superstar
Updated: 17th Nov 2003 (edit)
Wigan Little Theatre
Amateur Club: Wigan Little Theatre is a voluntary organisation run by and for anyone interested in providing high quality, wide ranging, traditional and innovative theatre, accessible to all.
Updated: 14th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.wiganlittletheatre.co.uk/home.frames.html
Willerby Methodist Drama Group
Amateur Club:
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://come.to/willerbydrama
Willow Tree Centre of Dance & Performing Arts
Amateur Club: The Willow Tree Centre of Dance & Performing Arts (incorporating the Willow Tree Theatre Company) is based in Tiverton, Devon. The Dance Centre has more than 200 students from age 3 upwards. Classes available in Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Modern, Contemporary, Singing, and Musical Theatre. Each year in July the 'End of Term Show' showcases the students' talents to packed audiences. The Theatre Company has more than 40 regular members and stage one musical per year in December.
Updated: 13th Jun 2009 (edit)
http://www.willowtree-onstage.co.uk
Wilmslow Green Room Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://members.aol.com/wgrsoc
Wilmslow Guild Players
Amateur Club:
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.man.ac.uk/~wgp
Wilstead Players
Amateur Club: Small village based group - south of Bedford. Performs a variety of plays, including pantomime about three times per year. Also regularly enters local drama festivals
Updated: 11th Oct 1998 (edit)
Wilton Productions
Amateur Club: Wilton Productions perform musicals at the Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe, North Lincs. Mainly present shows with high dance content! Have got the rights to a stage the World Amateur Premiere of Legs Diamond in September 1999.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://welcome.to/wilton
Wimbledon Light Opera Society
Amateur Club: We're a NODA member, and perform two shows per year: mainly musicals (Me and My Girl, High Society, Crazy for You) and G+S.
Updated: 10th May 2004 (edit)
http://www.wlos.org.uk
Winchester Operatic Society
Amateur Club: For Opera, Operetta, Musicals and Gilbert and Sullivan. We also have a flourishing Junior Section
Updated: 13th Oct 2004 (edit)
http://www.winchester-operatic.org.uk/
Windsor Theatre Guild
Amateur Club: Since its founding in 1939, the Windsor Theatre Guild has become one of the leading theatre companies in the Thames Valley, performing a wide variety of plays in and around Windsor in Berkshire. The Guild's repertoire ranges from classics to modern playwrights and it has performed at the Baldwin Institute, Eton; the Farrer Theatre at Eton College, the Windsor Arts Centre, the Datchet Hall and of course the Chapter Garden of Windsor Castle. It is here in the Chapter Garden that the Guild has presented open air productions of Shakespeare's plays since 1951 - a privilege highly valued and generously granted by the Dean and Cannons of Windsor. Whether performing "on stage" or engaged in essential "back stage" support - from stage management , lighting and costumes to front of house, it is the commitment and enthusiasm of the membership coupled with the high artistic standard of it's producers and directors that has earned the guild it's enviable reputation for innovation and excellence. Whilst the Windsor Theatre Guild looks to the future, it is not forgetful of the aims and traditions of it's founder membership. Although sadly, there are no members left from 1939, the current membership is committed to build on past successes and uphold traditions and aspirations over the years.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://thrill.to/windsortheatreguild
Wirral Arts
Amateur Club: Community based website focusing on the arts in Wirral Merseyside
Updated: 8th Jun 2006 (edit)
http://www.wirralarts.co.uk
Wirral Theatre Company
Amateur Club: Local amateur theatre group established in 1954 as Moreton Amateur Operatic Society and changed names in 1983. Rehearse Tues and Thursday evenings at Melrose Hall Hoylake Wirral. Main type of shows are musicals
Updated: 12th Feb 2003 (edit)
http://shopbritain.com/wirral
Witham Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Witham Amateur Operatic Society in Essex. Amateur group.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.netcomsvs.co.uk/waos/
Witham Operatic Workshop
Amateur Club: Witham Operatic Workshop aka WOW is the junior section of the Witham Operatic Society and takes children between the ages of 11 and 18 years. The group put on a show for the public every year in February half term. It's 2008 production is Disney's High School Musical
Updated: 14th Jul 2007 (edit)
http://www.wow.org.uk
Woking Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: Woking Amateur Operatic Society is a registered charity with the aim of promoting musical theatre. Generally the Society puts on two shows a year in the Rhoda McGaw theatre. New members welcome both on stage and behind the scenes. We generally try to build some or all of our scenery and there are opportunities for those interested in make-up, sound, lighting, stage management, props, publicity, programmes, and costume. Shows are cast through open-auditions for principal parts.
Updated: 9th Jan 2008 (edit)
http://www.windowonwoking.org.uk/sites/waos
Wollaton Drama Group
Amateur Club: Wollaton Drama Group are one of the leading Amateur Dramatic Societies in the Nottingham area. We produce three plays each year, and we're always looking out for new members - so please contact us at the e-Mail address shown
Updated: 25th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.wdg.20m.com
Wombwell Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are an amateur society based at our own theatre The Operatic Centre George St Wombwell South Yorkshire England. We put on one main show a year plus a series of concerts through the year.Feb 98 we did Oklahoma and Feb 99 we did Fiddler On The Roof.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/G4IHZ
Woodford Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: Based in Essex, England, there are three sections to our society, Drama, Musical and Pantomime. We perform at the Kenneth More Theatre Ilford and Sir James Hawkey Hall Woodford. Rehearsal nights are Tuesday and Thursday. We have approx. 70 members, not all of whom are active, and we are always looking for new talented actors/singers/dancers. Please look at our website for future productions and contact numbers.
Updated: 14th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://www.woads.co.uk
Woodhouse Players
Amateur Club: East London. Amateur group.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.lemonland.freeserve.co.uk
Woodhouse Players
Amateur Club: We're a small, friendly amateur theatre group in Leytonstone. We put on new writing, classics, C20th, comedy and pantomime plus one-off workshops. We're very informal and always welcome new members for acting, directing, writing and production roles.
Updated: 6th Jul 2005 (edit)
http://www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk
Woodhouse Players
Amateur Club: We're a small, friendly amateur theatre group in Leytonstone. We put on new writing, classics, C20th, comedy and pantomime plus one-off workshops. We're very informal and always welcome new members for acting, directing, writing and production roles.
Updated: 6th Jul 2005 (edit)
http://www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk
Woodley Light Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We perform 2 shows a year, normally consisting of a musical and a G&S. You must become a member of the society in order to audition at first auditions. Rehearsals are normally on a Tuesday for Cast and Wednesday for Principles although this can change.
Updated: 10th Oct 2002 (edit)
http://www.wlos.co.uk
Woodley Theatre
Amateur Club:
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.mikhutch.demon.co.uk/wt.htm
Woodley Theatre
Amateur Club: Woodley Theatre is an amateur group, with professional standards. We have our own 100 seat theatre in Woodley, near Reading, UK. We typically put on six productions a year, including one from our own youth group. We welcome new members.
Updated: 25th Nov 2000 (edit)
http://www.woodleytheatre.co.uk
Wootton Bassett Light Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are a small society in Wootton Bassett, nr Swindon, Wiltshire. We perform a main musical once a year with a smaller production in the summer and various concerts throughout the year. We are always looking for new members, especially men! and are known locally as a very friendly society.
Updated: 8th Apr 2002 (edit)
Worcester Operatic and Dramatic Society
Amateur Club:
Updated: 22nd Mar 2000 (edit)
http://www.wods.freeserve.co.uk
Worcester Youth Theatre
Amateur Club: Worcester Youth Theatre: An independently run youth theatre for people aged between 14-21. Since our director and financial backer walked out on us in April 199 , we've been struggling slightly with funds and are still looking for sponsers. New members always welcome.
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
Worle Operatic & Dramatic Society
Amateur Club: WODS is based in Worle, near Weston-super-Mare in Somerset. We do two productions a year... a big musical at The Playhouse (in Weston), and a smaller scale production at The Blakehay Theatre. Our next production is "Priscilla Queen of the Desert", running 31st May - 2nd June 2018. For more details, please browse our website.
Updated: 30th Jan 2018 (edit)
http://www.worleoperatic.co.uk
Worthing Light Opera Company
Amateur Club: Based at the Pavilion Theatre in Worthing, Sussex and is dedicated to producing two shows per year of the highest standard. Our tastes are varied and include all types of musicals, operetta and G&S. Forthcoming productions include Orpheus in the Underworld, Half a Sixpence and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Updated: 18th Apr 2000 (edit)
http://www.wloc.co.uk
Worthing Musical Comedy Society
Amateur Club: The Worthing Musical Comedy Society produces two high-quality musical productions each year at Worthing’s well known Connaught Theatre. We currently have over 100 active members, a thriving Youth Company which stages its own productions, and our own purpose-built rehearsal studios. WMCS remains confident in and dedicated to its aims and objectives, whilst always remembering the need to have fun and enjoy this great hobby!
Updated: 14th Mar 2007 (edit)
http://www.wmcs.org.uk
Worthing Operatic Society
Amateur Club: We are a friendly group who in the year 2001 celebrate 100 years of existence. We are always looking for new members especially young tenors!! and perform at The Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, Sussex twice a year. Productions for 2000 include Yeoman of the Guard and My Fair Lady. Why not pop along to see us sometime who contact me (Marie) as below - we'd love to hear from you.
Updated: 7th Jun 2002 (edit)
http://www.homestead.com/WorthingOperaticSociety
WOS Productions
Amateur Club: Also known as Wembley Operatic Society, we are based in Wembley, North West London. Click on web link below for details of past and future productions.
Updated: 4th Mar 2006 (edit)
http://wos-productions.org.uk/
Wykeham Singers
Amateur Club: Wykeham Singers are an SATB choir from Romford, Essex. We perform 3 concerts a year at least one of which is with professional orchestra and soloists. We are always looking for new members, so if you are interested check out the website or e-mail on the address below.
Updated: 10th Apr 2002 (edit)
http://homepage.ntlword.com/marilyn.ford/index.html
Xenon Liberal Arts
Amateur Club: Xenon Liberal Arts was established in 1995 and is based in Milford Haven. We regularly produce and perform plays in the Pembrokeshire area of South Wales.
Updated: 12th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.xenonliberalarts.ukartists.com
Xposed Amateur Productions Society
Amateur Club: Xposed Productions perform musical compilations of singing and dancing. The purpose of the Society is to develop and enhance local talent and Xposed's Producers, Angie Geach & Edward Winkworth, believe that Xposed Productions is a stepping stone for some rising stars of the future. The Society is a non-profit making organisation and any profits made from its productions are re-invested into the next, to ensure that it is “bigger and better” than the previous one.
Updated: 30th Sep 2005 (edit)
York Shakespeare Project
Amateur Club: All the plays in twenty years, in roughly chronological order, the last being The Tempest due in 2022 or thereabouts. Now there\'s a thought ...
Updated: 16th Jun 2004 (edit)
http://www.yorkshakespeare.org.uk
Young Nomads
Amateur Club: The most exhilarating and talented youth theatre group in the South East, the Young Nomads offer a fantastic atmosphere whether for fun or to progress on to the professional level. The Young Nomads youth theatre also greatly encourages participation in other local activities with other organisations, such as drama festivals, disability workshop and charity functions. Our youth theatre has been performing twice-yearly for decades, as well as taking part in and running workshop sessions for other members. The Young Nomad members also take part in main house productions throughout the year. Most recently the Young Nomads youth theatre group produced and performed Stuff 2, the sequel to Stuff – a collaboration of monologues, duologues and script extracts covering a wide variety of stage techniques. It was received extremely well by our audiences. We are very much looking forward to the next two years, as we follow our aims to increase our membership, coverage and overall scope, and develop our reputation as a talented and exciting youth theatre group.
Updated: 25th Jun 2007 (edit)
http://www.youngnomads.org
Young Peoples Theatre
Amateur Club: Based at the Peoples Theatre, Newcastle Upon Tyne, the Young Peoples Theatre is the City's longest established free youth theatre. Check out our website for more information. Young People aged 11 to 17 are welcome.
Updated: 2nd May 2000 (edit)
http://www.youththeatre.redhotant.com
Youth Action Theatre
Amateur Club: Youth Action Theatre, Teddington, Middlesex. Now based at Hampton Hill Theatre, Hampton Hill High Street, YAT was established in 1970 to promote local theatre to 15-25 year olds. Averaging three productions per year and have toured to USA and Europe. Amateur group. Further details available from Eric Yardley on 0181-979-7904
Updated: 27th Dec 1999 (edit)
http://www.yat.org.uk
Youth Essential Theatre Group Association
Amateur Club: Youth Theatre Group, based in wolverhampton. We have members aged from 5 to 15. We are completely volunteer based and have been running since 1998.
Updated: 13th May 2002 (edit)
http://www.geocities.com/yetgauk
Zodiac Amateur Operatic Society
Amateur Club: ZAOS is based in Frodsham, Cheshire and performs musicals and operetta on a bi-annual basis. We are a friendly, enthusiastic, and professional group who welcome both new members (both on stage, crew and back office), supporters and patrons.
Updated: 9th Nov 2006 (edit)
http://www.zaos.org.uk

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