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August 2016

TheatreFest16

TheatreFest16

UK
Isle of Man

Contact: For terms and conditions for the TheatreFest16 play-writing competition visit www.iomarts.com. Entries can be submitted by email to iomartscouncil@gov.im or mailed to Isle of Man Arts Council, Hamilton House, Peel Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5EZ.

Entries invited for TheatreFest16 play-writing competition



Closing date December 31, 2016

Entries are being invited for the TheatreFest16 New Work Award.

The play-writing competition invites writers from the island and around the world to submit a new one-act play based on ‘Journeys’, the theme for the TheatreFest16 programme of three new works making their debut over the weekend of September 23 to 25 at the Studio Theatre, Ballakermeen High School.

The winner will have his or her play performed during TheatreFest17.

Launched in 2015 with the theme of ‘Slavery’ the TheatreFest15 New Work Award went to Steve Harper, a retired BT manager from Norfolk, for Morning Star, a play set in a Bristol inn in 1848.

Mr Harper’s play, described by competition judge Colin Dolley of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators as a work with an ‘intriguing, vibrant script’, ‘sharp dialogue’ and ‘compelling narrative’, will have its debut performance on September 23.

Isle of Man Arts Council vice-chairman Michael Lees said: ‘Steve Harper rose brilliantly to the challenge of what was a very difficult subject to write about and has set a high standard for future New Work awards.

‘We see the play-writing competition not only as an opportunity to encourage new writing talent - be that talent in the island, the British Isles or anywhere in the world – but also to attract established writers, and for the journeys theme to shape and inspire this year’s submissions as powerfully as slavery did last year.

‘TheatreFest is all about “the new”: new works, new places and new people. And by “new people” I mean not only those new to performing or working behind the scenes, but also new audiences and new writers. In short, it’s about new creative opportunities for everyone.’

Organised by the Isle of Man Arts Council, TheatreFest is a five-year project to pioneer and promote new work for the theatre, a legacy outcome from Island of Culture 2014.

Posted 06/08/2016

 

Cygnet Theatre

UK
Cygnet Theatre, Friars Gate Exeter, Devon EX2 4AZ

Contact: marinaoshea@cygnettheatre.co.uk
Theatre Hotline: 01392 277189

Cygnet Theatre Summer School



August 1st – 5th

Cygnet Theatre in Exeter is running its annual Summer School August 1st – 5th

Open to anyone interested in performing (aged 16+) the 5 day course will use Shakespeare and Contemporary texts to explore approaches to acting and characterisation.

Voice, movement and improvisation are key focusses as participants work towards an informal showing of work in progress at the end of the week guided by a range of tutors including Alistair Ganley (Artistic Director of Cygnet), Stephen Copp (Actor and Voice specialist) and Steve Bennett (Actor Broadchurch, Peep Show , Panto Dame and Shakespeare specialist).

The Summer Course is suitable for performers of all levels and gives an insight into Cygnet’s unique approach to actor training as well as offering a fun and challenging practical experience of rehearsal and character development to take into their next production.

Cost £325 (£295 if paid before July 1st)
The course runs from 10.00 – 17.00 approx each day.

Posted 15/06/2016

 

Spotlight School of Speech and Drama


www.spotlightdrama.co.uk

UK
Manchester

Contact: Please send a Facebook message with your email address for more info or visit www.spotlightdrama.co.uk

Summer Holiday courses in Sale and Stockport



1-5 Aug in Sale, Drama and Musical Theatre age 7+, 9.45-15.30, £23 per day, £105 for full week
1-5 Aug in Sale, Speech and Drama Small Group Age 5+, 10-12.30, £15 per session, £70 for full week
1-5 Aug in Sale, Confident Speaking Age 8+, 13.30-15.30, £15 per session, £70 for full week
8-12 Aug Stockport Grammar School, Drama and Musical Theatre age 7+, 9.45-15.30, £23 per day, £105 full week

Posted 22/06/2016

 

Hauser & Wirth Somerset

UK
Somerset

Contact: Buy tickets here

THEATRE SUMMER SCHOOL FOR 12 – 19 YEAR OLDS



WEEKDAYS FROM 1 AUG UNTIL 11 AUG 2016

Partnering with Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Hauser & Wirth Somerset is delighted to host the hugely successful Bristol Old Vic youth summer school again this August. This is an incredible opportunity for young people interested in drama and performing arts, to work with professional directors to create an original piece of theatre.

Working with the professional creative team from Bristol Old Vic Theatre, this year’s course participants will be asked to devise a new play told through movement, music and theatre. They will take Martin Creed’s exhibition ‘What You Find’ as their starting point and will explore the theme of ‘connection in the modern world’, dissecting the idea of what it means to be yourself, to not be yourself, or to try to be someone else. The school culminates in a public performance on Thursday 11 August 2016, set within the grounds at Hauser & Wirth Somerset.

The workshop will run on weekdays from 1 – 11 August 2016, 10 am – 5 pm daily, and is available to young people aged 12 – 19 years.
This is a subsidised event and tickets are £120 for the full course.

We ask that all children are delivered to the gallery and picked up by a responsible adult, please let us know if you wish your child to travel to and from the gallery on their own. Children should bring a packed lunch, snacks and drinks as necessary.

‘If you’re lonely,
If you’re sad,
If you’re lovely,
If you’re mad,

Then this is for you.’
– Martin Creed, Work No. 470, 2005 © Martin Creed 2005

Posted 06/07/2016

 

Scott Harrison

UK
Brighton

Contact: Arlene Rolph arlene@yoursongstudios.com

Musical Theatre Workshop



1st & 2nd August 2016

The opportunity to do a workshop with Scott Harrison (celebrated west end coach) is quite rare and this gives singers the chance to work directly with him and improve performance technique. It’s very soon (Monday and Tuesday 1st and 2nd August 10:30-5:30pm) and we have a few spaces left!

Posted 28/07/2016

 

Red Players Academy

Red Players Academy
www.redplayers.co.uk

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UK
St George's Parish Centre, Albert Place, Altrincham, Greater Manchester WA14 4DB

Contact: Lee Battle (Artistic Director) 07791250947 or lee@redplayers.co.uk

DRAMA & ACTING SUMMER SCHOOL



Monday 8th to Friday 12th August 2016 10am-4pm (early drop-off can be arranged)

Aged 7-15 and want to perform? Red Players Academy are offering users of DramaGroups.com a discount on our Summer School this August!
Red Players have worked with leading actors from Coronation Street, CBBC, Waterloo Road, Hollyoaks – national touring theatre shows – and numerous acclaimed film productions.
Join us this summer holiday for five full days of DRAMA and ACTING workshops plus the chance to perform to friends and family in a THEATRE at the end of the week!
HOW MUCH:
£99 for the whole week including your 10% when quoting DramaGroups.com
(regular cost is £110 for the week-long Summer School)
*extra 25% discount also available for additional siblings
WHO WITH:
Red Players Academy is the drama school division of Manchester based theatre and film company Red Players Arts & Media. RPA offers fun and professional drama & acting classes suitable for anyone with an interest in the performing arts. Our aim is to help enable young people to express themselves artistically and socially, building confidence through training in movement and physicality, voice and text, characterisation, improvisation, concentration and much more.
Principal tutor Lee Battle began his career as an actor playing the role of Simon Green in Coronation Street. Other television performances followed, with credits including Doctors, The Royal, Casualty, and Wire in the Blood. Lee played Connor in the BAFTA winning BBC drama The Street, and Darryl in ITV’s Vincent alongside Ray Winstone. Film roles include Billy Powell in the adaptation of Kevin Sampson’s novel Awaydays, and acting with Russell Crowe in Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood. Lee has a first class degree in Drama and an MA in Creative Writing with the Royal Exchange and Bolton Octagon Theatres. He also lectures in Media and Performance at The University of Salford. (Enchanted CRB/DBS and trained in Safeguarding Children).

Posted 29/06/2016

 

Miriam Vincent & Lisa Rose

Grosment Town Hall, Wales NP78EP

Contact: For further info email Miriam Cathie miriam_cathie@hotmail.com

Summer Drama Workshop



8th - 12th August 10:00am - 4:00pm


Ages 7 - 12
Based around the fantasy that is A Midsummer Night's Dream
8th - 12th August 10:00am - 4:00pm
Run by professional actors Miriam Vincent & Lisa Rose
Cost £150

Posted 29/07/2016

 

The St George's Players

UK
upstairs at The Honor Oak, London

Contact: If you are going to come along, we’ll appreciate it if you can let us know.

Loot

Play Reading of Loot



Monday 8 August upstairs at The Honor Oak. We’ll meet in the bar at 7.45pm

We will be reading Loot by Joe Orton. This might be our next production, so if you’re interested in being involved do come along. Everyone is welcome: no experience is necessary and we’ll provide scripts.
Loot is a two act play with six characters. It is a dark farce that satirises the Roman Catholic Church, social attitudes to death, and the integrity of the police force.

Posted 30/07/2016

 

Backwell Playhouse Theatre Company

Backwell Playhouse

Contact: Available from Fiona 01275 791275 or www.BackwellPlayhouse.co.uk

Quiz Night



Sun 14th August 7:30pm

£15 per table (6 per table)

Posted 04/08/2016

 

The Lir

Ireland
The Lir, National Academy of Dramatic Art, Trinity Technology and Enterprise Campus, Pearse Street (at Grand Canal Quay), Dublin 2

Contact: Book your place at: www.thelir.ie

MANAGING THE STAGE
A ONE DAY COURSE INTRODUCING PARTICIPANTS TO STAGE MANAGEMENT



One day Monday 15th August 2016 16+ 10.00 - 5.30pm €85

Interested in stage management? Managing The Stage - 1 day introductory course runs August 15th.
Overview
This course will includeRunning a rehearsal room - blocking, prompting and reporting
Creating a prompt copy
Calling cues for production.
This course is day one of the Introduction to Stage Management and Technical Theatre course running at The Lir Academy 15th - 19th August 2016. You can choose to attend the full week of training or choose particular topics within the course. The topics include
Managing the Stage
Technology and the Stage
Making the Stage
Dressing the Stage

Posted 24/07/2016

 

Musical Theatre School


www.musicaltheatreschl.co.uk

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UK
Marlborough Square, Leicestershire

Contact: Open to all students aged 5-17yrs (not just MTS students) so call 07969 688215 or email musicaltheatreschl@gmail.com today to book your place!

SUMMER WORKSHOP for ages 5-17yrs



17th-19th August

SUMMER WORKSHOP for ages 5-17yrs singing dancing drama with a show for family & friends!
You can now book a place on our MTS Summer Workshop which is taking place at Marlborough Square from 17th-19th August.
We have two special guest teachers this year who will be working with our workshop students.

Posted 06/07/2016

 

Greater Manchester Drama Federation


UK
Players Theatre, Cheadle Hulme. SK8 5EX

GMDF Annual General Meeting



Friday 19th August 2016

Notice of AGM is here
Nomination Form is here

Posted 01/07/2016

 

September 2016

TheatreFest16

TheatreFest16

UK
Isle of Man

Contact: For terms and conditions for the TheatreFest16 play-writing competition visit www.iomarts.com. Entries can be submitted by email to iomartscouncil@gov.im or mailed to Isle of Man Arts Council, Hamilton House, Peel Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5EZ.

Entries invited for TheatreFest16 play-writing competition



Closing date December 31, 2016

Entries are being invited for the TheatreFest16 New Work Award.

The play-writing competition invites writers from the island and around the world to submit a new one-act play based on ‘Journeys’, the theme for the TheatreFest16 programme of three new works making their debut over the weekend of September 23 to 25 at the Studio Theatre, Ballakermeen High School.

The winner will have his or her play performed during TheatreFest17.

Launched in 2015 with the theme of ‘Slavery’ the TheatreFest15 New Work Award went to Steve Harper, a retired BT manager from Norfolk, for Morning Star, a play set in a Bristol inn in 1848.

Mr Harper’s play, described by competition judge Colin Dolley of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators as a work with an ‘intriguing, vibrant script’, ‘sharp dialogue’ and ‘compelling narrative’, will have its debut performance on September 23.

Isle of Man Arts Council vice-chairman Michael Lees said: ‘Steve Harper rose brilliantly to the challenge of what was a very difficult subject to write about and has set a high standard for future New Work awards.

‘We see the play-writing competition not only as an opportunity to encourage new writing talent - be that talent in the island, the British Isles or anywhere in the world – but also to attract established writers, and for the journeys theme to shape and inspire this year’s submissions as powerfully as slavery did last year.

‘TheatreFest is all about “the new”: new works, new places and new people. And by “new people” I mean not only those new to performing or working behind the scenes, but also new audiences and new writers. In short, it’s about new creative opportunities for everyone.’

Organised by the Isle of Man Arts Council, TheatreFest is a five-year project to pioneer and promote new work for the theatre, a legacy outcome from Island of Culture 2014.

Posted 06/08/2016

 

Wilburton Theatre Group

Wilburton Theatre Group
www.wilburtontheatregroup.com

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UK
St. Peter's Hall, Wilburton, Cambs

Presentation Evening



Sat 10th September 7:30pm

Our annual Presentation evening is fast approaching. If you have been involved in any productions with WTG over the past year, then you could be up for an award!
There will also be some light entertainment on the night. If you are interested in performing a song, dance, sketch, poem or have some hidden talent up your sleeve, please contact us to get involved wilburton@gmail.com.
Entry is Free and is always a great night.
Special Guest presenter this year is Ruth McKechnie of Theatretrain.

Posted 08/08/2016

 

Arts Council England

UK
The Harlington, Fleet

Contact: To book a place, please contact David Johnson at david.johnson@artscouncil.org.uk or call David on 0117 989 7764 or www.artswork.org.uk

Grants for the Arts advice session



Monday 12th September 2016 2 – 4pm

So you’ve got a great idea for making great art. What next?

Arts Council England offers awards from £1,000 to £100,000 through the National Lottery funded Grants for the arts programme to support a wide variety of arts-related activities, from dance to visual arts, literature to theatre, music to community arts.

It’s for individuals, arts organisations, communities and other people who use the arts in their work.

If you’d like to know more about the scheme and how to apply, Simon Jutton, Senior Relationship Manager will be giving an introductory presentation on Monday 12th September at 2pm at The Harlington, in Fleet. Simon will give a presentation about the scheme and how to apply, followed by an opportunity for you to ask questions about your idea and how to make the best possible application. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided.

Posted 26/08/2016

 

The Lir

Ireland
Dublin

Apply: www.thelir.ie

CHARACTER AND SCENE STUDY

THIS COURSE IS A FOLLOW ON FROM THE INTRODUCTION TO ACTING COURSE



Ten weeks Thursdays 15th September - 17th November 2016 7.00pm - 10.00pm €390

This ten week course, a continuation from the Introduction to Acting course, will concentrate on working with a Director on the study of characters and individual scenes from a number of contemporary plays.

Participants will call upon their learnings from the Introduction to Acting course to fully explore and develop character behaviours and traits and by the end of the course each person will possess the skills to better express and portray themselves in the characters within the chosen play.
Students will work closely as a team not only with each other but with the Director, Movement Coach, and Voice Coach. At the end of this 10 week course, students will perform scenes to a selected audience.
Applications are welcomed from those with previous actor training to our 10wk Character & Scene Study course.

Posted 27/08/2016

 

October 2016

TheatreFest16

TheatreFest16

UK
Isle of Man

Contact: For terms and conditions for the TheatreFest16 play-writing competition visit www.iomarts.com. Entries can be submitted by email to iomartscouncil@gov.im or mailed to Isle of Man Arts Council, Hamilton House, Peel Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5EZ.

Entries invited for TheatreFest16 play-writing competition



Closing date December 31, 2016

Entries are being invited for the TheatreFest16 New Work Award.

The play-writing competition invites writers from the island and around the world to submit a new one-act play based on ‘Journeys’, the theme for the TheatreFest16 programme of three new works making their debut over the weekend of September 23 to 25 at the Studio Theatre, Ballakermeen High School.

The winner will have his or her play performed during TheatreFest17.

Launched in 2015 with the theme of ‘Slavery’ the TheatreFest15 New Work Award went to Steve Harper, a retired BT manager from Norfolk, for Morning Star, a play set in a Bristol inn in 1848.

Mr Harper’s play, described by competition judge Colin Dolley of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators as a work with an ‘intriguing, vibrant script’, ‘sharp dialogue’ and ‘compelling narrative’, will have its debut performance on September 23.

Isle of Man Arts Council vice-chairman Michael Lees said: ‘Steve Harper rose brilliantly to the challenge of what was a very difficult subject to write about and has set a high standard for future New Work awards.

‘We see the play-writing competition not only as an opportunity to encourage new writing talent - be that talent in the island, the British Isles or anywhere in the world – but also to attract established writers, and for the journeys theme to shape and inspire this year’s submissions as powerfully as slavery did last year.

‘TheatreFest is all about “the new”: new works, new places and new people. And by “new people” I mean not only those new to performing or working behind the scenes, but also new audiences and new writers. In short, it’s about new creative opportunities for everyone.’

Organised by the Isle of Man Arts Council, TheatreFest is a five-year project to pioneer and promote new work for the theatre, a legacy outcome from Island of Culture 2014.

Posted 06/08/2016

 

Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory (stf)

Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory (stf)
stf-theatre.org.uk

UK
The Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, Bristol BS3 1TF

Contact: For further information please contact Hannah Collins Email: office@stf-theatre.org.uk or Tel: 0117 963 3054

stf Workshops

SATURDAY MORNING DRAMA WORKSHOPS



8th October 2016 to the 6th of May 2017

The Saturday Morning Drama Workshops run alongside stf‘s annual seasons and offer students exclusive access to a professional, classical theatre company during our dynamic period of rehearsals and production. Our professional actors work with the students to encourage, stimulate and inspire them to participate in the unique world of theatre, and to embrace the ethos of the company – commitment, respect, and a professional attitude.
Each year participants, aged between 13 – 18 years old, devise their own play, which is performed in the main Tobacco Factory Theatre in front of an invited audience on the final day of the stf season. Afterwards the group are invited to watch the final matinee performance of the season with compliments from stf.

The upcoming season workshops will be running from 8th October 2016 to the 6th of May 2017. Booking is now open and participants can join at any time up until January 2017.

Posted 17/08/2016

 

Bentley Green Players In association with Bentley Green Ladies

UK
Great Bentley Village Hall, Essex

Contact: Tickets £12 available from Deli-licious or call Peter 07503 153960

an evening of 'Mystery'



Saturday 8th October @ 8pm

Bentley Green Players In association with Bentley Green Ladies we would like to invite you to an evening of 'Mystery'
Fish/chicken +Chips supper (veg option)
Bring your own drink
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE FROM SEPTEMBER

Posted 07/08/2016

 

Abella Barn Dance Band

UK
St Ippolyts Parish Hall, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

Contact: Jan Strapp j.strapp@ntlworld.com

Barn Dance to raise money for The Garden House Hospice



8th October

Hello
My name is Janet Strapp and I perform with a local Ceilidh Band called Abella Barn Dance Band. Last year we organised and performed our own event to raise money for Alzheimer's Research and raised £1,500 from the event. This year our chosen charity is The Garden House Hospice which you probably know is a local charity. Ever the optimist I have set myself a personal target based on last years of £2000. My appeal is may I send you via email a poster to display/promote event in your church as by getting a complete sell out of tickets I will be halfway to my total. If you are able to offer any other suggestions of help it will be truly appreciated. We are also looking for people who can offer a service for our Silent Auction as we raised nearly £500 from this last year. If you would like to look at our facebook page at the pictures from last years event our band is called Abella Barn Dance Band
Event will be on 8th October at St Ippolyts Parish Hall and is a Fancy Dress themed Ceilidh

Posted 22/08/2016

 

November 2016

TheatreFest16

TheatreFest16

UK
Isle of Man

Contact: For terms and conditions for the TheatreFest16 play-writing competition visit www.iomarts.com. Entries can be submitted by email to iomartscouncil@gov.im or mailed to Isle of Man Arts Council, Hamilton House, Peel Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5EZ.

Entries invited for TheatreFest16 play-writing competition



Closing date December 31, 2016

Entries are being invited for the TheatreFest16 New Work Award.

The play-writing competition invites writers from the island and around the world to submit a new one-act play based on ‘Journeys’, the theme for the TheatreFest16 programme of three new works making their debut over the weekend of September 23 to 25 at the Studio Theatre, Ballakermeen High School.

The winner will have his or her play performed during TheatreFest17.

Launched in 2015 with the theme of ‘Slavery’ the TheatreFest15 New Work Award went to Steve Harper, a retired BT manager from Norfolk, for Morning Star, a play set in a Bristol inn in 1848.

Mr Harper’s play, described by competition judge Colin Dolley of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators as a work with an ‘intriguing, vibrant script’, ‘sharp dialogue’ and ‘compelling narrative’, will have its debut performance on September 23.

Isle of Man Arts Council vice-chairman Michael Lees said: ‘Steve Harper rose brilliantly to the challenge of what was a very difficult subject to write about and has set a high standard for future New Work awards.

‘We see the play-writing competition not only as an opportunity to encourage new writing talent - be that talent in the island, the British Isles or anywhere in the world – but also to attract established writers, and for the journeys theme to shape and inspire this year’s submissions as powerfully as slavery did last year.

‘TheatreFest is all about “the new”: new works, new places and new people. And by “new people” I mean not only those new to performing or working behind the scenes, but also new audiences and new writers. In short, it’s about new creative opportunities for everyone.’

Organised by the Isle of Man Arts Council, TheatreFest is a five-year project to pioneer and promote new work for the theatre, a legacy outcome from Island of Culture 2014.

Posted 06/08/2016

 

December 2016

TheatreFest16

TheatreFest16

UK
Isle of Man

Contact: For terms and conditions for the TheatreFest16 play-writing competition visit www.iomarts.com. Entries can be submitted by email to iomartscouncil@gov.im or mailed to Isle of Man Arts Council, Hamilton House, Peel Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5EZ.

Entries invited for TheatreFest16 play-writing competition



Closing date December 31, 2016

Entries are being invited for the TheatreFest16 New Work Award.

The play-writing competition invites writers from the island and around the world to submit a new one-act play based on ‘Journeys’, the theme for the TheatreFest16 programme of three new works making their debut over the weekend of September 23 to 25 at the Studio Theatre, Ballakermeen High School.

The winner will have his or her play performed during TheatreFest17.

Launched in 2015 with the theme of ‘Slavery’ the TheatreFest15 New Work Award went to Steve Harper, a retired BT manager from Norfolk, for Morning Star, a play set in a Bristol inn in 1848.

Mr Harper’s play, described by competition judge Colin Dolley of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators as a work with an ‘intriguing, vibrant script’, ‘sharp dialogue’ and ‘compelling narrative’, will have its debut performance on September 23.

Isle of Man Arts Council vice-chairman Michael Lees said: ‘Steve Harper rose brilliantly to the challenge of what was a very difficult subject to write about and has set a high standard for future New Work awards.

‘We see the play-writing competition not only as an opportunity to encourage new writing talent - be that talent in the island, the British Isles or anywhere in the world – but also to attract established writers, and for the journeys theme to shape and inspire this year’s submissions as powerfully as slavery did last year.

‘TheatreFest is all about “the new”: new works, new places and new people. And by “new people” I mean not only those new to performing or working behind the scenes, but also new audiences and new writers. In short, it’s about new creative opportunities for everyone.’

Organised by the Isle of Man Arts Council, TheatreFest is a five-year project to pioneer and promote new work for the theatre, a legacy outcome from Island of Culture 2014.

Posted 06/08/2016

 


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