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Geoffrey Whitworth Theatre



The Geoffrey Whitworth Theatre, Beech Walk, Crayford, Kent DA1 4NP

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GDS Productions

GDS Productions

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We rehearse twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Brook Chatham.
GDS Productions formerly Gillingham Dramatic Society (G.D.S) has a 36 year-long history and has performed a long list of wonderful musicals and pantomines across the years. On our website, you will be able to learn more about our company, our past and future productions. If you are a budding actor, singer, dancer - or all three - and are interested in joining us, why not browse our website and see what you think? We are an active and energetic company always on the look out for new members - are there any "Nancy's" or "Olivers" out there?!
Require anymore information about the company or to book a ticket please contact us
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Glee Club



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Goudhurst Drama Club



Meeting Place: Star & Eagle Hotel and Village Hall, Goudhurst
Key Activities: Inside and outside theatre productions
Art Type: Arts in General,Drama/Theatre
Sex: Both - Ages: All
More than three decades of history has seen more than 50 productions. From tragedy to comedy, from drama to farce, GADS has seen it all. There have been several productions of Shakespeare and Tom Stoppard, Sue Townsend and Alan Bennett crop up regularly, as do works by GADS’ own Malcolm Thomas.
The archive only goes back so far, but the elves that knit this website are working hard to bring as much to the worldwide web as possible.
COME AND JOIN US Whether you’ve been bitten by the acting bug, you’re an old hand at the thespian thing, you fancy a bit of behind the scenes action or you just want to try something new, get in touch. Send us an email and before you know it, you’ll be sitting in the pub, either being given jobs to do if you’ve shown willing, or just basking in the warm glow of camerarderie.
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Gravesend & District Theatre Guild


Guild Theatre, Vale Road, Northfleet DA11 8BZ


The Gravesend and District Theatre Guild was formed in 1948 when the various small amateur drama groups in the area formed a central body for support and mutual benefit.
It was felt that by utilising the talent from the many Societies the Theatre Guild would be able to present stage productions of a high standard that might possibly be beyond the scope of individual groups. This has been fulfilled by over one hundred productions of musicals, drama and variety shows. After many years without a home, the Theatre Guild opened the Guild Theatre at Vale Road in 1991.
The Theatre Guild goes from strength to strength featuring performers from our own Direct Membership and that of six Affiliated Societies from the area, performing a wide variety of plays and musicals in a packed schedule throughout the year.
Plans are well underway for a new \‘Community Theatre\’ to be built in Gravesham allowing the Theatre Guild to build on its ever growing audience..


Gravesend Entertainment and Musical Society




The Gravesend Entertainment & Musical Society has a deserved reputation for musical excellence and the broad range of music we present. We have a history stretching back to 1912 and we strive to continue with the traditions of live music. We have two strings to our bow, the staged musical events and a choir, which is how we originally began all those years ago, and each year we are producing concerts and shows for the public. We are also very happy to be invited to put on a concert with the choir in aid of a good cause and produce the required advertising and programmes to promote and generate funds at a small cost to you.
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To contact us regarding general enquiries, show details, advertising in our programmes and sponsorship please contact us
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Hartley Gilbert & Sullivan Society




Any new members will be given a warm welcome. For further info please


Hartley Players


Hartley, Longfield


Hartley Players is a small, friendly and talented amateur dramatic association.
We stage two shows each year (in March and November) at Hartley Village Hall, Ash Road, Hartley DA3.
Plays, musical theatre, pantomimes, revues.
Age Range: All ages
Want to know more? Just email
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Hatch Drama

Hastings (on Thursday evenings) and Playden, Rye (Saturday mornings)


Hatch Drama provides action-packed, weekly drama classes for children aged between 4 and 11 years in; Hastings: Thursday 5-6pm (4-7 years) 6-7pm (7-11 yrs); and the Rye area: 10:30 - 11:30am (4-11 years).
Making sure that each individual class member leaves with a smile on his or hers face is a passionate priority. We strive to help develop self-expression, creativity and the ability to speak out confidently in public.
Help your child to HATCH - contact us to arrange your free taster session today.

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HATS Hawkhurst Amateur Theatrical Society



Hawkhurst Amateur Theatrical Society (HATS) was formed in July 2008 by Aaron Smith (Founder) in response to the lack of any creative outlet for drama, theatre and pantomime lovers in the small village of Hawkhurst in Kent
Ages 16 and up with experience or with out all welcome, whether you would like to act, direct, stage-manage, look after props, costume, set-design; or if you simply want to come along for a cup of tea and a biscuit. We meet on most wednesdays at the Eight Bells Pub at 7:30pm and when rehearsing for productions we meet at Marlborough House School, 7:30pm.
Want to Get Involved?
Pop us an e-mail and let us know who you are, where you live and how you would be interested in getting involved with H.A.T.S.


Hayes Players (The)


Performance Venue: Hayes Village Hall, Hayes Street, Bromley. BR2
Rehearsal Venue: Merrill Studio, George Lane, Bromley. BR2 7LG


Amateur dramatic society producing 4 to 5 shows a year, covering a full range of genres including drama, comedy and musical shows.
Box Office: 07905 210718


Horsmonden Players



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HP Performers



We are a Musical Theatre company specialising in music and dance. We offer both group and private lessons and have just started a brand new Show Choir in Bromley.
Musical & Numbers as seen on Glee
Age Range: 16+
Rehearsals: Tuesday


Hulviz Amateur Musical Society

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Hulviz Amateur Musical Society is a friendly group of like minded people of all ages who perform musicals/concerts in the SE London Area.
We normally perform a concert around May and one main show at the end of November each year. Members are welcome to participate in either or both of these. We normally rehearse at Shrewsbury House, Shooters Hill on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the main show, and on Tuesdays for the concert.
If you would like to join the society in an active role, please contact the site, or come up, alternatively, may be you have talents that lie elsewhere, backstage, front of house, directing, musical directing, etc, if you feel you would be up for any of these roles, please get in touch.
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Come and join us!


Icon Youth Theatre


Icon Theatre, The Brook Theatre, Old Town Hall, Chatham, Kent ME4 4SE


Develop your skills through drama, film, music and much more!!
Join Icon Theatre for exciting youth theatre sessions for all young people aged 7-9, 10-12 and 13+. Lead by professional practitioners, our theatre sessions are designed to suit you! Whatever your interest or passion, we aim to stretch your abilities so that you can fulfill your creative potential. You will have the chance to share your talents in regular performancs, including our annual showcase at the Brook Theatre, Chatham!
For education and outreach, please contact us

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Imaginati Theatre Production

Westgate on Sea




Kentish Players (The)

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Box Office on 1634 572 498
The Kentish Players' aim is to present professional standard shows to audiences, both local and from further a field. We often produce amateur premiers of top productions as soon as they are released from the West End or national tours. Some of our recent shows include Chess, Fame, A Chorus Line," Buddy" The Full Monty Boogie Nights and Jesus Christ Superstar.
The Kentish Players are affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) and we regularly attend conferences, events and summer schools to make sure that the company moves with the times! Company members also have the opportunity to attend NODA courses in all aspects of theatre, from directing to lighting and sound design.
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Kent Musical Theatre Society

Kent Musical Theatre Society

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Kent Musical Theatre Society is a new musical theatre society based in Sittingbourne, Kent. Our aim is to produce fun, exciting and professional full-scale theatrical productions annually. We welcome all ages and abilities - even if you’ve never stepped foot on a stage before we’d like to hear from you!


Kent Shakespeare Company



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LAMPS, although a Tonbridge Society, have been performing at the Royal Victoria Hall Theatre in Southborough since 1956 following the closure of the Medway Hall and The Tonbridge Repertory Theatre. 2006 saw us celebreate 50 years of performing at the Royal Victoria Hall Theatre although they have returned briefly to Tonbridge when opportunity has allowed. The last time being in 1997 when we performed the 70th Anniversary Show, Salad Days, at the Oast Theatre.
We are always pleased to welcome new members
We are a friendly group of mixed ages who enjoy staging two musical shows a year, performing as a concert party at local venues, socialising and having fun. If you'd like to find out more,
We welcome everyone, not just those who wish to tread the boards, as there are a whole myriad of jobs to be done behind the scenes, which are equally as important and necessary to stage a show.
Box Office on 0845 241 2573 or Ticketsource


Leap Productions

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Keston/Chislehurst area


We are a brand new amateur dramatics society in the Bromley/Orpington area, offering three to four shows a year and workshops in a fun, social environment.
Leap Productions’ will strive to be different from all other amateur groups by presenting members and guests with the chance to not only become involved with all things dramatics, but offer the social atmosphere and ability to learn with frequent workshops of different categories.
Our History
Leap Productions formed in January 2011 as a result of 5 members\’ previous experiences in dramatics.
Age Range: 16+
Rehearsal time: We rehearse on Tuesdays and Thursdays evenings from 8pm until 10pm
Rehearsal location: The Greyhound Tearooms, Commonside, Keston, Kent, BR2 6BP
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Box Office: 01322 383991


Little Common and Bexhill Players

Little Common and Bexhill


How Could You Be Involved?
Do you enjoy being on stage or think you might? - wny not come and take part in a production.
Are you creative or practical? - come and help backstage with scenery, props or costumes.
If you are musical there will be singing in the pantomimes and revues.
Can't commit on a weekly basis? Why not become a member of our Front-of-House team?
For more details or to join, please email:
About the Little Common & Bexhill Players
We perform pantomimes, plays, reviews, variety shows and murder mystery evenings.
We meet on Tuesday evenings from 8.00pm to 10.00pm at Little Common Community Hall, Shepherds Close, Little Common
We are very fortunate that the theatre where we perform is also our rehearsal venue. As far as possible, we produce our own costumes and scenery and we are keen to recruit more people into this aspect of our productions. We also source and lend props and costumes to other local groups.
Join Little Common & Bexhill Players
Why not come and join in the fun? Our group welcomes new members both on stage - singers and non-singers, experienced or complete novices - and off-stage to help with costumes, scenery, props, lighting, sound and front-of-house.
In a typical year we put on three productions:
- a pantomime in January
- a variety show or revue or play in May
- a murder mystery or play in September


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