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I have a great many evening clothes plus some Vietnamese silk traditional outfits which I can no longer wear due to becoming disabled.
Please advise if these will be of any use as costumes.
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Break a Leg Company, Hampshire are looking for a backcloth of New York Skyline for our show in December.
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VG Plays www.vgplays.co.uk for scripts for am dram and youth groups all tried, tested and staged worldwide
Most famously: ’The Magdalen Whitewash’.
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The Oxford Theatre Guild (The OTG), is one of Oxfordshire's largest and longest-established amateur theatre companies. We put on around four plays a year and hold open auditions. Visit our web site or email email@example.com to find out about our current productions or to get involved, whether acting or behind the scenes.
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Banbury Cross Players at Canal Day
2 October 2016
JOIN US AT BANBURY'S CANAL DAY
BCP love October. Those bright autumn mornings - particularly those Canalside. We're delighted to say we'll be out in force again this year at Banbury Town Council's brilliant Canal Day.
Come and pay us a visit - just opposite The Mill Arts Centre. Find out what we'll be up to this Season with our four main productions, as well as our One Act Festival Entry, what we did at the Kings Sutton Scarecrow Festival, and what plans we have to fill in between our main productions with our new BCP Bite Size venture - coming to a venue near you!
As well as our productions, there's so much more to being involved with BCP. We have a thriving social calendar - Christmas meals, summer parties - and we meet every Tuesday for drama workshops, play-readings, quizzes - regardless of what plays are in production.
Learn some new skills - make up, costume, lighting, sound, set design & build. Make some new friends or catch up with some old ones. What's not to love?
See you Canalside on 2 October!
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Dates Required: 2017 GLOC summer show
Director required for
Now that the Pirate Sherry has been poured, and Pirate Ship safely stored, it's time to start thinking about the 2017 GLOC summer show!
Next Summer, GLOC will be performing Iolanthe; or, the Peer and the Peri at the fantastic Bridewell Theatre - and we're looking for a talented, enthusiastic director to bring the show to life!
This is a fantastic opportunity to direct a leading amateur Gilbert and Sullivan company with a large cast and full orchestra, performing sell-out shows in central London. Five performances of the opera, including a matinee, will be staged at the Bridewell Theatre in the week of 11 June 2017.
If you think you've got what it takes to put on a GLOC show, we'd love to hear from you! See our website (www.gloc.org) for a Director's pack and application form, or just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
The deadline for applications is Sunday 9th October - we can't wait to hear all about your wonderful ideas, so get in touch!
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Posted on 23/09/2016
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I wondered if anyone else has been receiving similar emails to the following:-
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A Proper Caper And No MistakeDate Req'd: ASAP
I stumbled on an article in 2009 about a play called "A Proper Caper And No Mistake" by Anthea Roberts that was performed by the Buckfastleigh Drama Group. The story sounds absolutely fascinating and I was reaching out to see if there are any hard copies available of the play. Or even a digital copy. I would love to purchase one for reading.
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Performing rights royalties are paid to a songwriter, composer or publisher whenever their music is played or performed in any public space or place. This includes TV, radio, online, in a shop, an office, pub or restaurant, at a concert, a sporting event and thousands of other places.
MCPS represents our members’ mechanical rights, whenever a piece of music is reproduced as a physical product.
Mechanical rights royalties are different and are paid to the songwriter, composer or publisher when music is reproduced as a physical product or for broadcast or online.
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|Schools Plus based at Virgo Fidelis, Croydon, UK
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TWO HANDER ONE ACT. two women, two stories one friendship
available now at www.scripts4stage.com
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Audition Date - Sunday 9th October. Female Auditions 0930 - 1230
Male Auditions - 1330 - 1630
Callbacks - 1630 - 1700
Production Dates - 21st - 25th February 2016
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URGENT - ITV Series: Walk the Line
Studio Lambert, the BAFTA winning production company behind shows such as Gogglebox and Undercover Boss are making a brand new real-life adventure series for ITV and are looking for intrepid families of three to take part.
|For the show, our family teams must try and travel the shortest distance on foot, in a straight line from points A to B – hence the show’s title, Walk The Line. Points A and B could be based anywhere in the UK (the points will be set by the production team) and to get between the two points the teams will have to navigate their way through whatever obstacles they face e.g. rivers, woods, homes etc. The teams will require great communication skills, and a sense of humour is always helpful - after all, it is a game! Each family team will be competing against just one other family team. The team which manages to travel the shortest distance to get from A to B will win a cash prize of £1, 000.
All the teammates must be over eighteen and related (or in a relationship) but they don’t necessarily have to live together – so in-laws and children who have flown the nest would work too.
Filming will take place on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th September.
If anyone is interested, please get in touch as soon as possible with your name and a contact telephone number.
Ellie Priestman | Assistant Producer
Posted on 19/09/2016
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