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|Aspley Community & Training Centre|
Denton Green, Broxtowe Est, Nottingham, NG8 6GD
Contact: Stacey Lochhead Email: email@example.com
Aspley Community and Training Centre has a theatre with full lighting rig, Sound System and curtains that can close around the whole of the room.
We are looking for groups that are interested in hiring the room, or making it a home.
Please contact us for availability
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Great news for anybody still interested in getting involved in our Leaving Cert production of Othello, we're looking for stage hands to help out backstage. It's a great chance to chase that holiday boredom away and get involved with the society for the biggest production of the year.
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Sportivate - Getting Young People More Active!|
Leisure Services are now looking for providers who would be interested in running Sportivate projects from March 2015 onwards.
Sportivate gives 11-25 year-olds who are not particularly sporty access to six-to-eight weeks' of free or subsidised coaching in a range of sports. During the six-to-eight weeks those taking part can work towards an event or personal challenge and when the free or low-cost coaching has finished they will be supported to continue playing sport.
Sport England’s target groups for Sportivate projects next year are:
• Women and Girls
• People aged 19+
If you think this sounds like a programme your organisation would be interested in delivering, Leisure Services are on hand to support from the planning stage, to sourcing coaches and delivery agents who can organise sessions.
Please contact the Leisure Team if you require any further information – 01743 255071
Sports Development Officer
T: 01743 255095
M: 07990 085500
Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6ND
Posted on 26/01/2015
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Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or text at 07969 941467
I am a London based Electric Bassist available for Musical Theatre work. I am a competent reader and improviser in many styles having studied Contemporary Music Performance at The Institute.
For more details about me please see my website http://michaeljjevon.wix.com/michaeljevonbass
Posted on 17/01/2015
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We are doing a play called The Price and I need the following items. Any help in finding these items, would be greatly appreciated.
New York city police uniform in 1968
A saber or a foil sword
A gun belt
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|The Chelmsford Ballet Company|
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Ship for The Chelmsford Ballet Company
We are searching for a ship for Pineapple Poll. We’ve located some but they are too big for the stage at the Civic theatre Chelmsford.
Reasonably compact Ship’s deck required with stairs, balustrade and mast (rigging a bonus) for March production of “Pineapple Poll” at the Civic Theatre, Chelmsford, Essex. Truck depth ideally not more than 1 metre with ability to scene change quickly. Peter Pan, Robinson Crusoe or similar – other suggestions for hire welcome.
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Recent Post from one of our readers - 19/01/2015
Name: Lucy Harrison
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Hi, I'm designing for a production of Dracula in March and this is a bit random but I was thinking back projecting onto some victorian hospital screens could look really cool so I was wondering if anybody had any insight into where I could get some? We're based in Liverpool so the screens would have to be able to be dismantled to transport.
Hi Lucy, I'm afraid I don't have any direct knowledge of how to achieve this effect. I'll place an entry in the #Advice section of www.dramagroups.com and ask people to contact you directly
Best of luck, let me know how you get on.
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G. Wizz Promotions|
Our pantomime scripts are original, imaginative, adaptable, popular, and above all successful, to inspire the performers and bring out the best in them. They are suitable for presentation by both large and small amateur groups, with traditional story lines, comedy, excitement, adventure, and a good mix of songs and action - in fact, all the vital ingredients to delight and entertain your audiences.
Now there are nineteen… scripts that is… in the G. Wizz Promotions catalogue. The latest addition is a version of the Charles Perrault classic, ‘Sleeping Beauty’. It’s a fantastically frisky frolic, with oodles of fadoodle, and it’s up and about now.
Don’t be caught napping. Have a look at my website – gwizzpromotions.co.uk – for more information.
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|Axis Youth Productions
Autumn 2014 Newsletter
I hope that you have had a lovely summer, although at the current time of writing this it feels like autumn has arrived already!
The Addams Family
Last term was at times a tricky term and we ended up with a smaller cast than we have had in a while due to many reasons. However what a cast and show week it was!
The help given from those parents and other friends who were able to help was simply amazing and truly appreciated, whether it was a few hours or several days. The cast really pulled together with many of the senior members coming in earlier to help and once again a special thank you to Jade Stygall for all the extra help that you gave. I know various members were excited and pleased with themselves that they had managed to actually paint some set some in block colours and others in more detail ;-)
Posted on 03/09/2014
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|Cheadle Amateur Theatrical Society - CATS|
C.A.T.S. originated from the Carlos Players which were formed in the 1930s in Cheadle in the Staffordshire Moorlands. The Carlos Players used to perform at the local Church Hall, known as the Carlos Institute. In 1974, the Institute was demolished and the group moved their performances to the Lecture Theatre at Cheadle High School. The group changed its name to ‘Cheadle Amateur Theatrical Society’ or ‘C.A.T.S.’ for short. Since 1974, we have built up a reputation for our performances and attract our membership from the local area as well as further afield. We have won many awards both on stage, behind the scenes and front of house.
We do at least 3 performances a year. In February, we perform our annual Traditional Pantomime, written and directed by our own members. In March/April we enter the All England One Act Play Festival and in late October C.A.T.S. perform the October play.The venue for our Pantomimes and October plays is the Cheadle Community Theatre, Cheadle Academy, Station Road, Cheadle, Staffs.
We have around 50 members. Minimum age is 11 years, but we also have members of 70+. Why not contact us? We are constantly looking for new members both on stage and off.
Rehearsals take place on Mondays and Friday evenings at Cheadle County Primary School, Cheadle. Pentomime rehearsals start in early November and the October play rehearsals commence in May. The One Act Play rehearsals, start in February.
CATS is based in Staffordshire in the West Midlands.
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Telephone Jenny our Secretary: 01538 751173
More information can be found on our website: http://www.cheadle-cats.org.uk/
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|Scottish Community Drama Association|
Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock
Contact: 01563 554 900
Ayrshire District Round of the Scottish Community Drama Association's One-Act Play Festival
Thursday 19th February 7.00pm
McGavin Drama Club - The Regina Monologues
by Rebecca Russell and Jenny Wafer
Stewarton Drama Group - Bouncers (Remix) Abridged
by John Godber
The Dunlop Players - Lucy in the Sky
by Tony Layton
Adult material in some of the above plays
Amateur performances by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd
Posted on 26/01/2015
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I am looking for some scripts for Say Who You Are by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall.
I am hoping to direct this play next year but the play is out of print and I wondered if any society would have some tucked away in their library of plays?
I have permission to photocopy the one copy I have but I thought I would see if anyone had any copies first.
Nov 2014 onwards
Posted on 06/11/2014
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|Thorpe House School|
Kajima Community, 12b Basset Court, Northampton, Northampton, Norfolk NN4 5EZ
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Call: 03330 110 476
Hire facilities at Thorpe House School
Host community sessions here at Thorpe House School
Great Facilities at Competitive Prices
Whether you are looking for a hall to host a bouncy castle party, go-kart party, football party, disco party or even a zorbing party, we have a whole host of halls, rooms and outdoor grounds to select from. Access to a small kitchen area can be provided for tea/coffee making!!
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Publisher Samuel French Ltd
£5.25 ISBN 978 0 573 120558
If you're looking for a One Act or Festival Entry This play has done very well in One Act Festival around the UK. 2 strong female lead roles. 1 Male
Frances, a spinster in her fifties, has been living alone since her mother died, now she is eagerly anticipating the arrival of her idol, Ezzlie Harlow, an ex-singing star who has fallen on hard times and to whom she has offered a home. Ezzlies agent has led her to believe that she is moving to a mansion and when she arrives Ezzlie is horrified to find herself in a terraced house, in a little village, miles from anywhere. She makes it clear, in no uncertain terms, that she has no intention of staying. Frances is shocked at Ezzlie’s attitude to her and her home, especially when she realises that Ezzlie feels that life has treated here badly, and that the last place she wants to be is living with a frumpy middle-aged woman in a house with no whiskey and no ice! However, from this bad beginning the women move on to form a mutually beneficial relationship, and they find that life still has plenty to offer them. Ezzlie introduces Frances to a world of glamour, and with new found organisational skills, Frances helps Ezzlie realise a life-long dream.
An enjoyable play to read, and I would think, even more enjoyable to perform. It moves along at a good pace, the women’s characters are well drawn, there is plenty of humour but also some pathos, A good festival play.
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