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Teatro Artistico


Ely

 

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The Drama Workshop Cambridge


Cambridge

 

I am just starting up my drama group in Waterbeach, Cambridge. I have just left my post as a teaching assistant to start my own group, as a BA(hons) Performing Arts graduate I wanted to get back in to all things drama and singing. I have experience in working with children aged 2 - 16 and also those with special needs. Children would be divided up into age appropriate groups to get the most out of the experience, although this will be very flexible. I have had singing and acting lessons from a young age, I have also be privileged enough to work on a workshop with the west end cast of STOMP and Mama Mia. I will use these tools in my teaching and we will also cover aspects such a script writing and set design. I have a CRB check, parents are welcome to stay and watch the group.
Contact: gemmaclaireransome@googlemail.com 07851591947

 

The Fletcher Players

The Fletcher Players
www.camdram.net/societies/the-fletcher-players-society

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Cambridge University

 

The Fletcher Players are Corpus Christi’s resident drama society, committed to funding and programming original, daring and exciting works of student theatre.
The society is most closely linked to the Corpus Playroom, one of Cambridge’s most popular theatrical spaces. The Playroom was opened in 1979 by Caroline Oulton and Mark McCrum, and was run by the Fletcher Players until handing over management to the Cambridge Arts Theatre in 2001 and the ADC Theatre in 2011.
The Fletcher Players now serves primarily as a funding body, providing financial support for several shows every term, at the Corpus Playroom, ADC Theatre and other venues throughout Cambridge. Every Lent Term, the Fletcher Players presents a Freshers’ Play, an hour of original theatre at the Playroom that is created, director and performed entirely by first-year students from Corpus Christi College. This year’s Freshers’ Play is titled "Grade Expectations".
The society is also dedicated to encouraging the creation of original dramatic works, both within the Corpus community and throughout Cambridge, and has hosted a series of events including script workshops and May Week shows.
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The Limbik Theatre

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Ely

 

Limbik creates new theatre work that explores human stories set in epic environments. Founded in 2008 and based in Suffolk, England, the company is comprised of a core of three actor-creators - Ben Samuels, Will Pinchin and Sarah Johnson - who share a common interest in the intersection of innovative theatrical style with strong narrative craft.
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The Orwell Players (TOPS)

The Orwell Players (TOPS)
www.orwellpastandpresent.org.uk/page.aspx?id=424



Orwell

 

The Orwell Players (TOPS) is a group of drama and theatre lovers. We put on plays and reviews, as well as arrange theatre outings to see professionals do the same thing.
We are always looking for new talent ….!! So, are you interested in make-up, carpentry, painting? Can you act or direct? Would you like to learn new skills? Or are you just sociable and like the idea of theatre outings?
For further details please contact Paul Haskell on 01223 208128 or paul.haskell@talk21.com

 

The Over Players


Cambridge

 

01954 232985
We are a village group putting on a pantomime, a Spring Show (usually a musical) and a September play/farce every year. We will be celebrating our 25th anniversary next year.
Secretary and Main Society Contact - Olive Swain email 01954 232985
Bookings for our shows can be made by calling the Booking Office on 07521 099146. Email requests can be made to the Office by clicking here

 

The Penguin Club


Cambridge

 

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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.

 

The Revellers


Peterborough

 

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The Young Actors Company

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Cambridge

 

Established over 50 years ago, The Young Actors Company Ltd. and Casting Agency provides training and experience for young actors on stage, screen and radio.
info@theyoungactorscompany.com + 07450033628

 

Twisted Willow Theatre


Cambridge

 

Twisted Willow Theatre are an exciting new theatre company that specialises in outdoor touring theatre. They also engage in film making and have a regular open mic night/variety show in Cambridge called Show and Tell. Please contact us by email at info(at)twistedwillowtheatre.com if you would like to be added to our actors' mailing list or if you have any general enquiries.
Contact email info@twistedwillowtheatre.com

 

Unbelievably Marvellous Productions
Wisbech

 

01945 474447

 

VAMPS

VAMPS
www.thevamps.org

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St Neots

 

VAMPS was formed in 1961 as the St Neots and District Operatic Society, but changed our name in 1993 to reflect the musicals and variety concerts that we now perform. Each spring and autumn, we stage a popular musical or a variety show based on a theme attracting audiences of up to 300 people every night. This autumn, we performed The Wizard of Oz in a circus big top, in what was a spectacular sell-out in-the-round production. We are an enthusiastic amateur theatrical company, whose members are drawn from the towns and villages surrounding St Neots. If you would like to join VAMPS, book us for a concert, or would like to advertise with us, please contact us via our website.

 

Variety Show Productions
Cambridge

 

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Viva Theatre Company

Viva Theatre Company
www.viva-group.org.uk

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Soham

 

They say from tiny acorns large oak trees grow and nothing better demonstrates that than Viva Arts and Community Group. Established in 1997 by Daniel Schumann, Viva began life as a small youth theatre run by a team of volunteers. Its first performance, ‘Bugsy Malone’, was played to an audience of 400.
But Viva grew and grew with more children joining and grander, more ambitious productions and charity status followed. It now stages at least two major productions a year playing to audiences of up to 1000 and for the past five years has taken shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival – many of which have received five stars. And the awards keep coming, the latest being the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service - The MBE for Voluntary Groups.
An adult theatre group was established in 2007 - also an award winner - performing classics such as ‘Hobson’s Choice’ and ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’. Today it has 30 members who perform at least two productions a year.
And Viva has branched out into other areas as well such as after school drama clubs and accredited arts training such as LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts) and the Arts Award.
In 2008 it purchased its own premises, a converted Methodist Chapel in Churchgate Street, Soham, where it continued to run its successful charity shop and latterly a café in 2011 which generate core funds for outreach and performance work. Without a doubt, Viva’s roots are firmly planted in the local community and it continues to flourish.
Contact details
Viva Arts and Community Group, 7 Churchgate Street, Soham, Cambridgeshire CB7 5DS
Tel: 01353 722228
Contact vivayouth@hotmail.co.uk

 

Waterbeach Community Players

Waterbeach Community Players
www.wcponline.org.uk

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Waterbeach School, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire

 

Waterbeach Community Players, as the name suggests, are an amateur theatre group situated in the delightful village of Waterbeach, six miles north of the university city of Cambridge, UK.
The group was formed in 1978 and present two main productions and a Pantomime every year. In addition to these we also regularly enter local drama festivals and a list of our achievements are shown here. Although drama is the main objective of the group, we also engage in a wide variety of Social activities throughout the year. These can range from ten-pin bowling to quiz nights, car rallys to anniversary dinners and are enjoyed by all who attend them.
As with most theatre groups we can never have too many members. As well as actors and directors we are always in need of willing volunteers to help build our sets and work backstage, so if you are looking for a new hobby and live not too far from Waterbeach, why not give us a try. We are a friendly bunch (honest) and any newcomers are made to feel welcome immediately. If you are interested, you can contact us, or come along to one of our shows or social events and introduce yourself. We look forward to seeing you. In the meantime we hope you find our website interesting and informative. Please enjoy your visit.
Chris Shinn (Chairman) chrisjshinn@btinternet.com
Julie Petrucci (Secretary) julie.petrucci@btinternet.com
Come in and see us:
WCP offer a minimum of 3 shows a year with several other activities throught out the year.
We hold rehearsals on Monday's and Thursdays at:
Waterbeach Primary School, The Main Hall, Waterbeach, Cambridge.

 

Wellworth Players
www.wellworthplayers.co.uk



Needingworth and Holywell

 

We are an Amateur Dramatic Society based in the villages of Needingworth and Holywell near St. Ives in Cambridgeshire. Our productions are mostly put on in Needingworth Village Hall. We put on a Pantomime in the February half-term and a play or plays (including supper) in the October half-term, plus occasional odd productions at other times.
Contact: (if you want to contact us, email admin@wellworthplayers.co.uk and please include the magic word Boggle in your email so that I can pick it out of the spam!)

 

Wilburton Theatre Group

Wilburton Theatre Group
www.wilburtontheatregroup.com

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St Peter's Hall, 41 High St, Wilburton, Ely, Cambridgeshire

 

We love theatre at Wilburton Theatre Group and we love amateur dramatics. We are an ambitious but small group and are always looking for new members. Whether you want to tread the boards, work backstage, get involved in one of our fundraisers or be an audience member, get in touch, we'd love to hear from you. Details of our upcoming shows, workshops and events can be found on our website and Facebook page.
email: wilburtontg@gmail.com
Box Office Tel: 01353 740321

 

W.A.M.A.D.S. (Willingham Amateur Music and Drama Society)


Willingham

 

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Willingham Stagecraft
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Willingham

 

A friendly drama group in the village of Willingham, Cambridgeshire. We meet on Wednesday evenings at 8pm in the Public Hall, High Street, Willingham. Just turn up or phone Phone us - 07708 758876 and speak to Charlotte email or
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Wisbech Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society (WAODS)


Wisbech

 

07776 318309
Barbara Mews 077743610790

 

Wisbech Players


Wisbech

 

01945 474447
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The Wisbech Players is an amateur theatre group based in the North Cambridgeshire town, often referred to as 'The capital of the Fens' from which the Society takes its name. Founded in 1954 the Society has a reputation for putting on high quality theatrical productions for the benefit of audiences mainly in Wisbech and the surrounding area.
For a number of years now performances have taken place in the town's historic Angles theatre, one of the oldest Georgian theatres in the country.
The Society is run by an elected committee who choose the plays to be performed, usually in conjunction with a prospective director. Normally there are two productions per year, in the spring and autumn.
The Players aim to provide a broadly based selection of productions in order to cater for differing tastes. Recent production have ranged from well known TV comedies such as DAD'S ARMY to the classic drama REBECCA, with the odd farce and whodunnit thrown in for good measure!
The society is affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA), whose representatives attend productions in order to review the standard of presentation.
Another affiliation is with Fenland Arts. This organisation has given the society financial assistance by the way of grants in certain years.
The Wisbech Players encourage members of the public to become Patrons of the Society. There is an annual fee which helps fund the coffers and Patrons get priority booking plus an invitation to the ever popular 'Patrons Evening' at which they are entertained by the Players. Food and drink is provided also and everyone has a very pleasant evening.
New members are always welcome. We are pleased to see new talent, whether their interest is acting, directing, set building or anything else needed to put on first class performances.
As with most amateur theatre groups finance is a problem. Production costs are often quite high and we do not cut corners at the expense of quality. The Angles theatre seats only 105 and so we need to achieve well nigh full houses in order to break even.
We rely upon the support of the Wisbech theatre going public. Bring your friends!

 

Witchford Voices


Ely

 

Witchford Voices is a vibrant, modern, fun, community choir based in the Cambridgeshire village of Witchford, close to the City of Ely.
Our ethos is clear and simple - to sing for fun.
Our members incorporate all aspects of our community, with an age range from 16 to 80+. You are sure of a very warm welcome from the group. All we ask, is that you arrive and leave with a smile.
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