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Weald, near Sevenoaks
Bexley / Mottingham / Eltham
All the Arts Theatre is a group for children ages 3-18yrs where they can learn to act, sing and dance and take part in regular performances and shows.
All sessions include a mixture of dancing, singing and acting with regular opportunities to perform on stage in local and professional productions including Danson Festival, Chislehurst Rocks, Sadlers Wells, her Majesty's, The Stag Theatre & The Albert Hall. Pupils reguarly take part in productions at the Bob Hope, The Orchard and Churchill theatres.
Vocational exams in drama and dance are available and the school boosts a 100% pass rate for all exams.
All staff are CRB checked, first aid trained and qualified specialists in their field and include ex-soap and West end performers.
All the Arts are one of the few local theatre groups that have been awarded recognised school status by the Council of Dance Education and Training ensuring that all classes are of high professional quality and practice safe teaching.
Classes take place on the following evenings
Tuesdays- St Edwards Church Hall, Mottingham SE9 4AQ
Wednesdays- St Marys Church Hall, Bexley DA5 3LX
Fridays- New Eltham Methodist Church Hall SE9 5UL
Phone: 020 8850 2384
The Group which has been going 15 years now. We like to think we offer a variety of entertainment for all tastes.
Box Office: 01622 758611
If you would like further information please contact via email
Bromley, Lewisham, Beckenham, Eltham
Become a Member of Ashford Arts Centre and participate in voice-over's for everything from public service radio announcements to animated scenes to silent movies with live musicians accompanying the group! Ashford Arts Centre Actors perform at our festivals, participate in member-only workshops and sessions with industry experts. It's a club where you get to work and play behind-the-scenes as a community arts participant. It's just plain fun, great for your showreel (if you care about that) and a chance to actively support your local Centre for the Creative and Performing Arts in Ashford, Kent.
Ashford Arts Centre is a project of Kent Arts Television Film Music (KATFM) CIC.
Come and join me to help put on an exciting new musical with six semi-finalists UK Song writing Contest songs 2011. This is a fast – moving story with broad appeal and parts for all ages of actors. The fourteen numbers include catchy numbers in lots of different styles, something for everyone, the plot is absolutely contemporary about the family and their life within an advertising agency whose role it is to put on musical television adverts.
Rehearsals will take close to Ashford Station, Kent so the place should be accessible to those up and down the train line. Come and grow a success!
Details from me at firstname.lastname@example.org all info will be by email from PC. Mobile number 077 483 38 998
We are a small community Theatre in Sittingbourne Kent providing entertainment for our Area. Productions include, Musicals, Drama Comedy and Revues. We are always happy to see new members both for Acting and Backstage. Contact us for further information.
We are a very friendly amateur dramatic group based in Farningham, Kent.
Founded in 1967, we put on an average of 3 productions a year. Productions consisting of Music Hall, Pantomimes, Plays (one-act and full length), Musical Revues and Variety Shows, meaning that we have attracted a large number of both members and audiences, some of which have been with us since day dot, back in 1967.
Apart from what we do on the stage, we also have a number of social meetings throughout the year, including a Christmas Party, Beach Parties, BBQ's, Cricket Matches etc.
We are always looking for new members to join our group, whether it be to perform, to get involved backstage or purely for social purposes.
If you are interested in being a part of our very active group then please do not hesitate to drop us an email or 01322 381038
Play, Pantomime, Musical Revue
Age Range: 14-80
Rehearsals: Monday and Wednesday at Farningham Village Hall
Performance Venue: St. Georges Hall, Albemarle Rd., Beckenham
'Drama, Comedy, Classics
Box-Office : 07913 325 520
Membership : Diane Hollidge.
Beckenham Amateur Dramatic Society (BADS) is the oldest theatre group in the Borough of Bromley.
Founded in 1923 it aims to produce plays to the highest standards of comedy and drama.
Box office 07500 908 331
Membership 07551 322 886
Membership : Margaret Glenn.
Producing nine or more shows every year, Beckenham Theatre Centre in south-east London provides a varied programme of excellent amateur drama and musicals, from Shakespeare and Shaw to Pinter and pantomime, with thriving adult and youth groups and the opportunity for new works to be performed by author-members. We are a private members' club, but it is easy to join in order to see or take part in the shows and all of the (many) social activities.
We have a full programme of productions, social nights, weekend performances, set-building, rehearsals, workshops, concerts and events. Our theatre is entirely staffed by volunteers, and the building is in use almost every day of the year. There is always something to do and fun to be had, so there has never been a better time to join.
The delightful atmosphere onstage, backstage, in the bar and other public areas is partly due to the innate charm of the building, but can also be attributed to the passion and enthusiasm of the members. So many people contribute their time and energy to the theatre that there is a real buzz to the place.
Conveniently located in the heart of Beckenham, just minutes from the Hight Street, the theatre has excellent transport links to Bromley, Croydon and Wimbledon, and central London is just twenty minutes by train (Beckenham Junction - London Victoria).
Bexhill Light Operatic and Dramatic Society (BLODS) was originally known as Bexhill Amateur Operatic Society. Our very first production was The Mikado in 1933. The first performance at the new De La Warr Pavilion was ‘Princess Ida’ in 1936 and productions continued there until the Second World War brought shows to a halt. The BLODS re-appeared at the Pavilion in 1946 with ‘Iolanthe’ and continued with one show per year until 1970 when two shows became the norm. Since 1973 the average attendance at the De La Warr for each show has been over 3000. The BLODS have always endeavoured to present a high standard of musical never shirking the challenge of new shows such as ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’, ‘Copacabana’ and a panto, Dick Whittington.
Meeting Place: Bidborough Village Hall
Key Activities: Play Productions, Music Hall, Theatre outings, Play readings
Art Type: Arts in General,Drama/Theatre
Sex: Both - Ages: All
Contact Name: Don Buckland Email: email@example.com
Biggin Hill Concert Band is a new wind band aiming to provide a fun environment for musicians to perform and improve.
Formed in September 2012, the band now features 40+ members. The band is based mainly from people in the Orpington/West Wickham/ Hayes/ Biggin Hill area.
The Biggin Hill Concert Band perform 4-5 concerts a year.
The Band is currently looking for new members to join us on Monday nights, all ages and abilities are welcome.
We rehearse at The Warren Metropolitan Police Sports Club, Croydon Road, Hayes, Bromley, Kent, BR2 7AL. The rehearsal starts at 20:15pm through till 21:45pm.
Contact: To contact the band please call the Band Secretary Kirk Bentt on 07958042598
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Biggin Hill Musical Theatre Company is an amateur company who perform in Biggin Hill, Kent. This web site has been produced to introduce you to our world. We perform at Charles Darwin Theatre, Charles Darwin Complex, Jail Lane and produce at present 2 Musicals a year.
We are a local amateur dramatics group situated in Biggin Hill.
We rehearse every tuesday night from 8pm-10pm at Charles Darwin School on Jail Lane.
Please contact us for any further information at email@example.com
We are a long established Amateur Dramatic Group, having celebrated our 70th year in 2006.
We are always happy to welcome new members. Whether you like serious plays, variety shows or pantomime, the Guild has something fo everyone. So if you would like to experience the thrill of being part of the theatrical scene, please view our contacts page for membership details.
Bookings for any of our shows can be taken by phone on 01843 841522 or by email at-
Box Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
All Guild productions are held at the Birchington Village Centre, Alpha Road, Birchington Kent, CT7 9EG
Key Activities: Putting of plays at both Blackham and Penshurst Village Halls, plus very active social dirary
Art Type: Drama/Theatre
Sex: All - Ages: 15 to Zimmer
BCP is very special indeed. Going for nearly 40 years, we have a growing membership and put on at least two excellent productions a year. And all this from the base of the tiny village of Blackham, tucked just inside East Sussex. The secret to our success? Our wonderful, inclusive ethos, which offers something for all members and supporters, gelled with an active social calendar.
We aim to give all members the opportunity to be involved in most productions – be it on stage, back stage, front of house, set design, set building, bar, food preparation, programme design, publicity, raffle collection or play promotion and ticket sales.
We also perform a wide variety of plays – classics, comedy, farce, sketches, radio plays and some new works by local playwrights – so there’s something for everyone. And we have no age limits: we have teenagers performing with people of their grandparents’ age!
Contact email@example.com or 01892 770448
A long standing adult drama group who perform in Thanet and the surrounding area. Producing high quality drama of all types - Shaw, Aykbourn, Coward to name but a few, plus many new authors and playwrights. We produce at least two full length dramas a year, plus many members perform in the local Dickens Festival play performed every June.
Bromley Little Theatre, North Street, Bromley, Kent. BR1 1SB
Our vibrant 113-seat theatre was established in 1938 on its present site which was converted from an old Victorian bakery.
The theatre is run as a membership club and limited company managed by a Board of Directors. The Board is responsible for the general running of the theatre and for the artistic standards. ln addition to the Board, there is a Playgoers’ Committee, representing and elected by the members. The committee works with the Board and is responsible for the running of the bar, coffee bar and front-of-house aspects including club membership and the Box Office.
BLT receives no external financial support and derives its income solely from membership fees and profits from productions. It is, therefore, vital that our membership continues to grow and our productions achieve maximum audience levels in order to sustain our existence.
BLT presents eleven full-length plays a year (plus two Youth Group productions); one a month, with the exception of August, when essential works and maintenance of the theatre is undergone. Each production begins at 7.45pm and covers an extensive eight-night run, commencing always on a Friday (with no performance on Sunday).
Our purpose is to present the best of contemporary dramas, comedies, thrillers, farces, musical productions as well as the classics. We also aim to present occasional new plays which our members may not normally have the opportunity to see. ln recent years, BLT has given a number of plays their premiere production in the UK.
What do you get for your BLT membership?
Quite simply, the chance to become involved in one of the UK’s finest amateur theatres. By joining Bromley Little Theatre, you have the oportunity to enjoy up to 11 productions a year - whether from the auditorium, the stage or behind the scenes.
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Publicity email@example.com
St George's Church Hall, Bickley Park Road, Bromley BR1 2BE
We are a non-professional performing arts group producing a wide range of theatrical and musical productions in and around Bromley , Kent . We produce two major musical theatre productions a year (as well as some smaller concerts and shows).
We are very friendly and open to new members both on and off stage. If you are a singer, dancer, actor or would like to be part of the crew we are interested in hearing from you. No experience necessary! Come along on a Tuesday evening and introduce yourself. Alternatively, email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
We rehearse on Tuesday evenings from 8-10pm at St George's Church Hall, Bickley Park Road , Bromley BR1 2BE . Car parking is available in St George's Road . Bickley station is approx 5 minutes walk from the hall.
For all enquiries, please email us email@example.com. Visit our www.bromleyplayers.co.uk
St Andrew’s Hall, Burnt Ash Lane, Bromley, Kent BR1 5AF
We currently have three types of membership. You can choose the one that suits you best in the knowledge that all funds received help enormously towards BADA's aims.
PATRONS receive a ticket for each production and a copy of the BADA Bulletin during the year for an annual subscription of £16.
FRIENDS can claim a discount of £1 off the price of their ticket and one free drink at the bar per production for a £6 annual subscription.
MEMBER/STUDENT MEMBER - for their annual subscription of £15 (£8 for students in full-time education) they have the chance to join a dedicated team of people. This includes not only actors but also backstage and technical crew plus the front-of-house team. In fact any area that helps make seeing a BADA production a truly memorable experience for the audience.
For further details on how to join BADA and contribute your skills contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Box-Office : 07961 023 174
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