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The Avon Association of Drama is an umbrella organisation for amateur drama and musical societies in the former county of Avon
The AAD is based in and around Bristol, England and performs a number of tasks on behalf of its members.
AAD\s principal activities include...
1. Publishing a magazine for members 10 times a year - called .....
2. Holding a One-Act Festival every spring;
3. Arranging an Open-Air Summer Production every year or so.
Membership is open to groups and individuals residing in the area covered by the former County of Avon, including Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset, Bath and NE Somerset.
AD officers ...
Chairman: Ann Aplin firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chairman: Sally Noble 0117 9628018
Treasurer: Rosie Jenkins email@example.com
Minutes Secretary Jenny McDowell firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscription Sec: Mark Graves email@example.com
Festival Director: Ann Aplin firstname.lastname@example.org
Festival Secretary: Janet Adams email@example.com
The Avon and Somerset Constabulary Male Voice Choir was formed in 1971 following the amalgamation of the Bath and Somerset, Bristol and the South Gloucester part of the Gloucestershire Constabulary.
The choir is truly representative of the force with a membership consisting almost entirely of serving and retired police officers, serving and retired members of the police staff and the special constabulary.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
A fun-loving female chorus who sing four-part a cappella harmony. The chorus is a member of LABBS and has been singing since 1975.
New members and visitors are always welcome come along for a no-obligation taster session
We rehearse every Thursday evening at 7.30pm
at Fairfield High School, Horfield, Bristol BS7 9NL
Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society (BODS - a multi award winning society). We have the great fortune of performing at The Theatre Roayal, Bath, which is a leading professional theatre.
Get a head start with Bath’s only theatre school to offer nationally recognised qualifications in musical theatre as standard, for no more than you would expect to pay with any other similar drama club. The exams from Trinity College London can build towards a future in performing and offer a firm foundation for those looking to take their performing to the next level. At the same time this training is specifically geared towards developing essential life skills, such as, team work, communication, public speaking, co-ordination; so if you’re not looking to perform professionally then the training has a wealth of positives that all children can benefit from.
Our experienced staff provide coaching in drama, singing and dance, which is all used to full effect in our whole school production. During the year we also invite guest performers and artists to provide Master Classes so that they can share their skills and experience with our students.
But most importantly everything is run with fun in mind, so Bath Theatre School is a fantastic place to find new friends and build your confidence.
Come along for a free taster session – we’re sure that you’ll have a great time!
Bath Theatre School is run from Beechen Cliff School on Saturday mornings during term time 9.30am - 12.30pm.
@baththeatreschool.com or 01225 640046
|Bath University Student Theatre|
Bath University Student Theatre (or BUST, as we prefer to be known) is a theatre company run by students at the University of Bath. We aim to perform, produce, direct and promote great theatre from a huge variety of genres - we're a rather diverse bunch! And we never sleep. Ever.
Since the society was founded back in 1969, we have put on a vast array of theatre productions at venues in and around Bath. Currently, in addition to our regular October, December, March and April plays, we also take part in the annual Bath Fringe Festival as well as holding weekly workshops.
This year we are also doing a new comers only production, so all the more reason to get involved! Any more information please contact one of committee or find us on facebook!
BUST boasts a vast array of talent (and a sickening degree of modesty), with members from a variety of countries studying a huge range of subjects, but all sharing a love of theatre.Of course, this doesn't mean that the 'BUST experience' is limited to acting alone - there are loads of other opportunities to get involved, whether that be through writing, directing or producing a play, checking out our socials or just coming to our weekly workshops!
We welcome members aged 13 -21+. We meet on Saturdays 4.45 -8.30, at Westbury-on-Trym Bristol. We stage two productions each year, and tour to Cornwall bi-annually. We are currently accepting new members. We also offer tuition in TheatreCraft, and regularly tutor senior members' auditions for their admittance to Drama School.
For further details please ring 0117 9514432 or email b_y_t_studio
Bristol and Bath
Drama Nights is a network of Drama Classes that run in pubs. In addition to professionally run classes led by actor workshop leaders members take part in a lively social programme of events which include: theatre trips, weekends away, specialist workshops and Drama Bites our open mike restaurant evenings. Our approach is friendly and our discounted prices keep the classes accessible to all.
We are now on Facebook – all our class information, workshops, open mike private dinners and weekends are available here.
Stagecoach Bath is a part-time theatre arts school training children aged 4 - 18 years in Dance, Drama and Singing.
Weekly sessions are held every Friday and Saturday during term time.
Early Stages (age 4 - 6) Friday 4pm – 5.30pm
Main School (age 6 - 18) Friday 4.30pm – 7.30pm
Friday classes are held at Oldfield Park Junior School, Bath, BA2 2JL
Saturday Morning classes:
Early Stages (age 4 -6) 10.00am – 11.30am
Main School (age 6 – 18) 9.30am- 12.30pm
Saturday morning classes are held at Hayesfield Lower School, Bath, BA2 3QX
Saturday Afternoon classes:
Early Stages (age 4 - 6) Saturday 1.30pm - 3.00pm
Main School (age 6 - 15) Saturday 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Further Stages (age 15 – 18) Saturday 2.30pm – 5.30pm
Saturday classes are held at Hayesfield Upper School, Upper Oldfield Park, Bath BA2 3LA.
Sibling discounts of 50% are available.
We limit classes to just 18 children in both Early Stages and Main School. Main School is divided up into 3 stages depending on the children’s age. Stage 1 (6 - 9), Stage 2 (9 - 12) & Stage 3 (12 - 15) and Further Stages (15 - 18).
We also hold workshops at Easter and in the Summer holidays, this is open to all stagecoach and non-stagecoach children.
For more details please email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit their website www.stagecoach.co.uk/bath or give Sandra a call on 01249 655900 or mobile 07912 501377.
You can also see more about Stagecoach Bath online via their Facebook page (StagecoachBath).
PO Box 4211, Bath, BA1 0HJ England
The Really Big Chorus is Britain’s largest choral society, made up of singers from all over the country participating as individuals or as members of established choirs. Our mailing list draws on a pool of some 30,000 singers, not only from the UK but also from Europe and the USA. TRBC even has members in Australia, Japan, the Middle East and South Africa. All share a common love of choral singing.
At TRBC we believe everyone should have the chance to ‘come and join in’. Each year we offer you the chance to sing stunning music in a range of spectacular places, without an audition but in the company of like-minded, enthusiastic singers. Our flagship event is ‘Messiah from Scratch’ which attracts over 3,000 singers to the Royal Albert Hall, but we also offer weekends in European cities, and leisurely cruises.
Contact by post only