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Wadham Players

Wadham Players
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Walthamstow E17

 

We produce show a year one in an open air venue, looking for actors and back stage crew
Contact: mep@btclick.com or 07860716295

 

Waltham Abbey Musical Theatre Company (WAMTC)

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Waltham Forest Gang Show

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The live theatre variety show performed by the Scouts & Guides of Waltham Forest
Gang Show has been a part of Scouting since 1932, and offers young people the opportunity to work as part of a team (The Gang) to rehearse and perform a variety style show of singing, dancing and comedy sketches.
Gangs Shows take place all over the world, but we are one of only a few shows in North London.
We're less than 48 hours away from our first rehearsal! Can we get up to 200 followers before that rehearsal finishes?

 

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Waltham Abbey

 

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Wesley Theatre Group

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Leigh-on-Sea

 

All types of productions: serious drama, comedies, thrillers, pantomimes, cutting edge
No minimum age. Most productions are 16+, but some younger members appear in our pantomimes
We rehearse on Monday evenings at Wesley Hall, Elm Road, Leigh-on-Sea from 8.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.
We are based in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex
Contact: Geoff Fulford email wesleytheatregroup@hotmail.co.uk

 

West Cliff Theatre Group


TOWER ROAD, CLACTON ON SEA, CO15 1LE

 

The West Cliff Theatre Youth Group, (formerly known as The West Cliff Stage Foundation) based at the West Cliff Theatre in Clacton, was formed in the year 2000 to give young people grounding in all aspects of theatre life, both backstage as well as on stage. As well as performing an annual musical show, this year, "Callmity Jane", we have taken part in variety shows and concerts and hold acting, singing and dancing workshops. Recently we diversified into performing a hard-hitting one-act play which gave nine of our senior students a chance to home their acting talents. We try to vary the range of shows that we produce and have, in recent years performed such diverse shows as "Guys and Dolls" and "Summer Holiday"
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West Cliff Youth Theatre

West Cliff Youth Theatre
www.westcliffclacton.co.uk/youth/



West Cliff Theatre, Clacton-on-Sea, Tower Road, Clacton, Essex CO15 1LE

 

Formed in 2000, the Award Winning West Cliff Youth Theatre for ages 5 and upwards continues to grow from strength to strength.
Our friendly sessions are normally held in the theatre and our young people learn both performance (including Drama, Dance and Singing) and Technical/Backstage skills.

 

Wickham Bishops Drama Club

Wickham Bishops Drama Club
www.wickhambishopsdrama.co.uk

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Wickham Bishops

 

We are a friendly group located centrally between Witham, Maldon and Tiptree in rural Essex.
We currently stage four productions a year, from the yearly Pantomime to the Summer Revue. For over twenty years we have been regular participants, with appreciable success over the years, in the local Gimson Festival.
Our ages range from 7yrs old to the late 70s (not mentioning any names!) and we are always on the lookout for new members, and not just for the stage.
We always have a wide variety of vacancies, including Front-of-House, Set Construction and Painting, Wardrobe, Make-up and Props; to name but a few of the many tasks that together make up a production.
You may be experienced or completely new to the world of amateur dramatics, but we can guarantee that you will just love the warm friendly atmosphere of our club.
Wickham Bishops' Village Hall (CM8 3JZ)
Ticket Hotline: 07876 708684
Secretary: secretary@wickhambishopsdrama.co.uk
Membership Secretary: membership@wickhambishopsdrama.co.uk
e-mail: wbdc2010@gmail.com

 

Witham Amateur Operatic Society - WAOS

Witham Amateur Operatic Society - WAOS

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Witham

 

WAOS has existed as a musical society since the early 1900s with its first full musical show, Gilbert & Sullivan\’s HMS Pinafore being staged in April 1922. WAOS involves members and friends whose shared interest is musical theatre. Their aim is to work together over the year producing two fully staged shows that bring the enjoyment of musical theatre to the wider public.
Membership of the society is open to all and. our current membership includes those actively involved on stage and those who help out in a supporting capacity such as backstage, front of house or committee. There are no auditions for membership, though performing members will be required to audition for any show in which they wish to be involved.
if you would like to find out more about becoming a Friend of the Society, please call our Membership Secretary - secretary@waos.org
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Witham Dramatic Club

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01621 892404
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We are a friendly amateur theatre company based in Witham, Essex, that enjoys providing entertainment to others. We stage three productions a year at the town's Public Hall, normally in March, June and November. But it's not just about getting your name up in lights. Although everybody gets a chance to capture their bit of the limelight there are many different aspects to putting on a production.
We are a friendly amateur theatre company based in Witham, Essex, that enjoys providing entertainment to others. We stage three productions a year at the town's Public Hall, normally in March, June and November. But it's not just about getting your name up in lights. Although everybody gets a chance to capture their bit of the limelight there are many different aspects to putting on a production.
We are always delighted to welcome new members of all ages and backgrounds. Whether you are a complete novice or have a wealth of experience we would love you to come and join us.
Putting on a play doesn't just need actors, of course, and we we are also interested to hear from people wanting to help backstage or front of house. There are a huge range of skills needed, such as set building and painting, lighting, wardrobe, props, sound, hair and make-up.
We also have an active social side with trips, parties, quizzes, workshops etc. so even if you don't want to be in the spotlight all the time there should be something to interest you!
To join simply drop us an email and we will do the rest.

 

Witham Music Theatre

Witham Music Theatre
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Witham

 

Witham Music Theatre is the newest amateur dramatic theatre group of it's kind in the local area. Since 2006, we have been staging productions at Witham Public Hall and New Rickstones Academy with shows including RENT, Guys and Dolls, Songs For a New World and Sweeney Todd to name a few, as well as original inceptions such as 'The Coffee Shop' which premiered in April 2013. Though Witham is our hometown we also occasionally produce elsewhere, having recently revived our production of 'The Last 5 Years' at University of Exeter.
If you're interested in getting involved, be it performing or as part of the production team, please get in touch as we're always interested in working with new people
Contact: withammusictheatre@outlook.com or contact@withammusictheatre.com

 

Witham Operatic Workshop - WOW


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Witham

 

WOW! is an award-winning musical youth theatre group based in Witham, Essex. Our talented and enthusiastic performers\’ ages range from 11 to 21. WOW is the junior section of Witham Amateur Operatic Society (WAOS) and has been performing a variety of challenging and outstanding musical theatre productions every year since 1996.
We perform at the Public Hall, Collingwood Road, Witham, Essex, usually in the half-term week in February. Prospective members are warmly welcomed to join us for auditions in September each year. If you’re interested in taking part please Contact Us.
If you think you would be interested in joining WOW, please contact the WOW Kids team: Telephone: 01621 890850 wow.kids.team@wow.org.uk
wow.chairman@wow.org.uk

 

Wivenhoe G&S Society


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The aim of The Wivenhoe Gilbert and Sullivan Society is to produce the works of Gilbert and Sullivan and it has produced a show each year since 1981. It is affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association.
Rehearsals are at the Wivenhoe Congregational Church from September to March. These are on Mondays at 7.45 to 10pm and some Wednesday rehearsals in the weeks leading up to the show. The show runs for five nights in March in the William Loveless Hall. To be on the stage one does not need to be able to read music, merely to be able to sing in tune. There is ample opportunity to learn the music and words. Auditions are held only for those applying for principal parts.
Membership is open to anyone who wishes to be involved in the activity of the society. Apart from those on the stage we also welcome those wishing to help with refreshments, lighting, costumes, display and advertising, designing and making the set, choreography, directing, playing the piano for rehearsals, prompting or just generally offering support.
The society is a very informal friendly group and newcomers are made to feel welcome. Social activities include an after-show party, a Christmas get-together, a Summer ramble and a cricket match. The society has, very occasionally, sung excerpts from the shows at events elsewhere.
Hon. Secretary: Mary Williamson, 15 The Dale, Wivenhoe CO7 9NL
Tel: 01206 823702 and e-mail: mary__willi@hotmail.com

 

WOADS (Woodford Operatic and Dramatic Society)


Woodford

 

Perform at the Kenneth Moore Theatre, Ilford. Contact via website

 

Writtle CARDS

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01245 248917
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Writtle Cards was founded in 1968 and has around 20 active members covering a wide age range. We present two or three full-length plays each year, usually at Writtle Village Hall, plus occasional one-act plays in local drama festivals.
Our September 2007 production of Noel Coward's "Private Lives", directed by Sarah Wilson, was the fourth play we have presented at Chelmsford's Cramphorn Theatre and we hope to perform there again in the near future.
We always invite the local adjudicators from the North Essex Theatre Guild and the National Operatic and Dramatic Association to attend our productions and to give us a written adjudication. In recent years we have won the NWETG annual awards for Best Costume, Best Set (twice), Best Comedy Partnership, Best Supporting Actress and Best Actor, as well as the Best Individual Performance and Best Play awards from NODA.
We meet and rehearse at 8 p.m. most Thursdays at Writtle's Community Centre, Longmeads House, Redwood Drive. In addition to putting on productions, we conduct play readings and have a varied programme of social events, including debates, car rallies and outings to theatres and other activities. New members are always welcome so, if you would like to find out more, please contact: Nick Caton on 07904 156695 or email

 

Wykeham Singers


Romford

 

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Youth on Stage Theatre Company


Southend

 

We are a youth group with members aged between 10 - 19. We were set up in order to take part in the Billy Youth Project run by Billy Elliot London Ltd for which we won an award. We have now decided to continue with the group and aim to produce two full scale musicals each year in a professional theatre locally.
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