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Ealing Arts Club Drama Group


Ealing

 

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Ealing Shakespeare Players


Ealing

 

020 8567 5184
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East Actors


Edgware

 

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East London Dance

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East London Dance, Stratford Circus, Theatre Square, London E15 1BX

 

East London Dance is the leading producer of creative dance experiences. Offering inspirational performances, events, classes, projects & artist development.
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If you would like more information about any of our activities or have any questions or comments, please get in touch by calling 020 8279 1050 or emailing office@eastlondondance.org.

 

East London Performers


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East London

 

We provide Acting, Singing & Dance classes to young people aged 4 - 16yrs old across East London. Call 07432 133006 for more info. or Email: info@eastlondonperformers.com

 

EF Education First


22 Chelsea Manor Street, London SW3 5RL

 

Martin Ihle, email mobile (+852) 90124509
Tel: 0207 341 8777
Fax: 0207 341 8788
We have programmes for all ages
Language Learning Programmes
Academic and University Preparation Programmes
Cultural Exchange Programmes
More than 40 years of experience - 400 schools and offices around the world - 15 million students.

 

Eldorado Musical Productions


www.eldoradomusicalproductions.co.uk

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Lewisham

 

Eldorado Musical Productions is an award-winning amateur dramatic group, rehearsing in the Grove Park & New Eltham area, performing musicals to a professional standard at the Bob Hope Theatre, Eltham.

If you feel you would like to sing, dance and act we are always pleased to welcome new members. Contact us at eldorado-os@supanet.com or join the Facebook group to find out more.

You don't have to be a performer to take part. We are always in need of help behind the scenes with backstage work, properties and front of house. You could even become an honorary member, the choice is yours.

We rehearse on a Monday and Wednesday evening, 7:30 - 10pm. Cast are not required at every rehearsal and this is usually scheduled by the director. Mon location: Burnt Ash Hill Methodist Church j/w Kingsand Road, Lee, SE12. Wed location: Scout Hall, Metrogas Car Park, The Footway, Avery Hill Road, New Eltham SE9 2EX

 

ELODS - Enfield Light Operatic & Dramatic Society

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North London, Winchmore Hill, Potters Bar

 

For more details call our chairman Mark on 07711 316 474 or markhshaw62@gmail.com
Rehearsals are in Winchmore Hill on Tues and Friday evenings.
We are a friendly musical theatre company based in Enfield in North London.
The main focus of our activities is the performance of popular musicals at the Wyllyotts Theatre in Potters Bar twice a year. Of course, in order to perform the shows there is a huge amount of work that needs to go on way before we take to the stage for 'opening night'. Hopefully our website will give you the information you are seeking about the company and what we do.

 

Emanuel School Drama

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Battersea

 

The Drama Department of Emanuel School, Battersea. Also home of Emanuel Theatre Company.

 

E.S.T.A (Education Stage Theatre & Arts)


West

 

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Tel: 020 8741 2843| 16, British Grove, London, W4 2NL
Saturday Drama School with agency attached in West London area. We have our own wardrobe store with lots of stuff ranging from 7 years old to adult. We are happy to hire at very small sums or to lend "in kind". Tel: 020 8741 2843
Fax: 020 8746 3219
email: esta@charkham.net

 

Ferrier Operatic Society

Ferrier Operatic Society
www.ferrieroperatic.co.uk

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Blackheath

 

We are a friendly society and always welcome new members, both principal and chorus members - or if you don't want to perform on stage there are many other backstage jobs - helping with publicity, prompt etc.
We usually perform one main show a year around late Spring / early Summer and then do a concert around November. Members are welcome to participate in one or both of these as they wish.
We rehearse from 7:30 to 9:30 on Thursday evenings in Mycenae House, Blackheath SE3 7SE, or Henwick School, Eltham SE9 6NZ. If you would like to join us, why not drop us a mail to confirm where and when we are rehearsing, and then come along one evening? contact via website or info@ferrieroperatic.co.uk

 

Finchley & Friern Barnet Operatic Society

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Edmonton

 

Contact email info@ffbos.com

 

Forbes Drama

Forbes Drama
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Bellingham Leisure & Lifestyle Centre, 5 Randlesdown Road, Bellingham, London, SE6 3BT (Meeting Room on the 1st Floor)

 

Forbes Drama offers fun 21st century improvisation drama classes, in a friendly encouraging and professional environment for children and teenagers. Improvisation has been proven to help self-confidence and enables students to express themselves freely without the restriction of working from a script. FD is interested in students with or without experience as we believe that no experienceis an advantage, in having a raw and authentic acting ability, which is important in performing naturally. No matter what your background, everyone is welcome, and we do not discriminate, in fact the more character, uniqueness and diversity the better! The only thing we ask of our students is respect for their fellow student’s which forms part of our ethos.
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Forest Musical Theatre Company

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Loughton

 

We are an amateur theatre company that performs musicals, cabarets, old time music halls and plays on a regular basis. We rehearse every week on Tuesday and Wednesday in Loughton, Essex and we would be delighted to hear from you if you are interested in auditioning for us.
If you’d like more information about becoming a member contact Secretary / Box Office: admin@forestmusical.co.uk
Chairman / Technical: joanna@forestmusical.co.uk or New members / Child Co-ordinator: sally@forestmusical.co.uk

 

FreeRange Productions


Reading

 

FreeRange is a youth theatre company passionate about working with talented young performers, writers and directors.

We produce three professional productions a year, and also run a variety of training programmes and workshops for other young people passionate about theatre.

We run the company in exactly the way that we want to - complete creative control; learning by doing, not from stuffy classrooms and text books.
FreeRange is theatre for young people, by young people.

Why not get in touch via our website or by emailing

Or call us today on 07532 115970

 

Fulham & Hammersmith Choral Society (FHCS)

Fulham & Hammersmith Choral Society (FHCS)
www.fhcs.org.uk

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Fulham and Hammersmith

 

A friendly, fun choir based in West London. We're 100-strong, and welcoming to all!
Contact: info@fhcs.org.uk

 

Fulham Opera

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Fulham

 

St. John’s, Fulham
St. John’s has been at the heart of Fulham for 180 years. Situated on the corner of the Fulham Broadway and North End Road, famous for its daily market, St. John’s continues to be a center for the community.
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Full Circle London


Edmonton

 

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Garden Suburb Theatre

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Hampstead Garden Suburb

 

We perform plays from Shakespeare to Stoppard, and even more contemporary than that!
Our season schedule works like this: In October and May we perform at The Bull in Barnet; usually a straight play. In December we perform Upstairs at the Gatehouse in Highgate – this is usually but not exclusively something modern, sometimes a new twist on an old classic such as Dracula, Christmas Carol and coming up next year, Treasure Island. In February we put on an all-singing all-dancing family show – last year Oliver, this year Alice – at the Henrietta Barnett School theatre in Hampstead garden Suburb. And in the summer we have a production in our Open Air Theatre – often but by no means always something by Shakespeare.
We also hold regular Studio Productions to try out new writing or new directors; we also hold Unrehearsed readings of plays that might not otherwise get an airing.
We have a rehearsal venue in Finchley Central N3 close to the tube station.
Age Range: All ages welcome; most of our shows have parts for actors 16+; plus children from 8 for our annual family show.If you're interested in joining, take a quick look at our membership application
for membership questions or information, email membership@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk
for information about us, email info@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk
to join the mailing list, email gstwebsite@gardensuburbtheatre.org.uk and set the subject to "Mailing List"

 

Geoids Musical Theatre

Geoids Musical Theatre
www.geoidsmt.co.uk

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Pimlico

 

Geoids Amateur Operatic Society was founded in 1930 by the Geography and Geology departments of Kings College, London. On field trips students would gather and sing Gilbert and Sullivan so they formed a group, called themselves The Geoids (which means "of the earth" - hence Geography and Geology) and began singing to audiences.
The group has since lost its contacts with Kings and its dedication to G&S, but it is affiliated to NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) and we have close ties with other performing societies around the country.
Over the years our members have enjoyed exploring a wide variety of theatrical genres, from pantomime to light opera, tap to salsa and Sondheim to Noel Coward. We put on at least two shows a year, in the spring and at Christmas, and have also presented a variety of workshops and concerts during the summer.
As well as performing, the more social aspect of Geoids continues throughout the year with an annual dinner for members and friends, barbecues, quiz nights, theatre trips, scratch performances, play readings and lots of visits to a variety of pubs!
Membership is made up of people aged from 18 to 70 but the most important thing is that we all like to sing, have a good time and make exciting and entertaining theatre.
If you would like to join us or would like some more information, then send an geoids.social@gmail.com
Rehearsals Friday evenings in Central London

 

Gloc Musical Theatre

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West London

 

boxoffice@glocmt.org.uk
Box Office: 020 8572 0745
We are a non-professional society based in West London that specialises in the performance of musicals and music written in the last fifty years.
We rehearse every Wednesday evening at Hanwell Methodist Church Hall, Church Road, Hanwell, starting at 8.00pm. Principal rehearsals are on Friday evenings at St. Thomas' Church Hall, Boston Road, Hanwell starting at 8.15pm. We also usually rehearse on several Sunday afternoons leading up to a show.
Just come along to a rehearsal on a Wednesday evening.
mail membership secretary at membership@glocmt.org.uk

 

Green Curtain Theatre


London

 

Contact: Anne Curtis 07803 015587 anne@pitman-kingston.co.uk

 

Greenwich Dance

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Greenwich Dance, The Borough Hall, Royal Hill, London SE10 8RE

 

Your centre for dance activity in South East London with courses, classes, events and workshops for everyone at the beautiful 1930's Borough Hall.
Contact: +44 (0)20 8293 9741
lornah@greenwichdance.org.uk

 

Grosvenor Light Opera Company (GLOC)

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Central London

 

Welcome to the Grosvenor Light Opera Company! We are an amateur operatic society based in central London, focusing on the works of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan and complementing this with other material. GLOC has a long history - with over 70 performances of G&S since its debut in 1949! We are always delighted to hear from new members, and have vacancies for all voice parts. We are a very friendly and sociable society of young professionals from all corners of London, and would love to see you! We rehearse on Wednesday evenings from 6.45pm-9.45pm at St Gabriels Halls, a short walk from Pimlico tube station
Contact: email admin@gloc.org

 

Group 64 Theatre for Young People

Group 64 Theatre for Young People
www.g64.org.uk

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Putney

 

Group 64 is a dynamic and exciting Young People's Community Theatre Company, based in the heart of Putney. We believe in giving young people the opportunity to reach their creative potential in a safe and fun environment. We offer drama classes, opportunities to be in productions, holiday projects and much more!
We aim to create powerful, exciting and thought provoking theatre and we are always looking for ways to think outside the box. We create work by and for young people from wonderful classics, such as The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to new and exciting plays like DNA by Dennis Kelly. In June 2012, we were even chosen to perform at the National Theatre as part of the connections programme!
We believe drama activities should be available to every young person, we can offer concessions on termly fees and extra support in classes and shows. We open our doors to EVERYONE.
Contact 020 8788 6935 or group64@putneyartstheatre.org.uk for further information.

 

Guildhall School of Music & Drama

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Silk Street, Guildhall School, Barbican, EC2Y 8DT

 

Guildhall School of Music & Drama, leading conservatoire rated top specialist institution by The Guardian in 2013 & 2014.
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Tel +44 (0) 20 7628 2571
Fax +44 (0) 20 7256 9438

 

Hampstead Garden Opera

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Hampstead

 

Hampstead Garden Opera (HGO) was founded in 1990 by the late Dr Roy Budden as an evening class at the Hampstead Garden Institute, and became a charitable trust (registered charity no. 1092649) in 2002. HGO is affiliated to NODA and Barnet Borough Arts Council. Each year it performs two fully-staged operas with orchestra and in English, at ‘Upstairs at the Gatehouse’, a 100-seat community theatre in Highgate, North London, which has been its base since 2001.
Press contact martin.musgrave@hgo.org.uk

 

Hampstead Players


London NW3

 

Ever since Graham and Sue Dowell started us off in 1976, The Hampstead Players have taken amateurism seriously. 'In love, as in sport', said Robert Graves, (he might also have said 'the theatre') 'amateur status must be strictly maintained'. We pursue high standards, and hope to do justice to the work of great dramatists and, in a broader sense, to the mission of the Church, but we also do it with enthusiasm, and a sense of fun - otherwise, for amateurs, what is the point?
Over thirty years or more, our dramatis personae, like those of The Mousetrap, have continually changed - new ideas and attitudes have made us more ambitious. We like plays of ideas which also make use of the spectacular possibilities of the church space, and our large-scale productions have included Murder in the Cathedral, Lewis Carroll's Alice, Oliver!, The Crucible, The Mystery Plays and A Tale of Two Cities.
On the other hand, our small church crypt offers a closer rapport with our audience. This is where our intimate production of Hamlet started off a regular summer Shakespeare season, which has included A Midsummer Night's Dream and Julius Caesar. It is also where the Hampstead Players Youth Theatre have done several inventive productions including Dreams of Anne Frank and Grimm Tales.
We have learned to enjoy acting in the open air, competing with the noise from traffic and café tables, and are also privileged to tour our plays, both in Britain and France. But we also belong to Hampstead, and our domestic programme, of themed poetry evenings - like Decadence and Dandyism, Place and Space, Vice and Virtue - of play-readings, technical workshops and theatre visits, is a communal, community activity.
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Membership of The Hampstead Players is open to all who love creating good theatre. If you are interested in becoming a member, please see our website for more information.

 

Hampstead Players Youth Theatre (HPYT)


London NW3

 

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HEOS Musical Theatre


Ealing

 

The Hanwell & Ealing Operatic Society is an amateur group in West London affiliated to NODA (The National Operatic and Dramatic Society) and is a registered charity.We mainly perform musicals, pantomimes, operettas, old time music hall and the occasional concert. Our members are an enthusiastic group drawn from all walks of life and all ages from high school age upwards. We aim to produce shows of a high standard and have tremendous fun at rehearsals. We also have a very varied social calendar. At present we produce 3 shows a year: a Christmas pantomime, our main show in March or April and an interim show in the autumn. We also perform concerts on request. This keeps us busy from early September until the end of July. Principals for all shows are selected by audition from the members. The Society is run by a committee of 10 which is elected each year at the AGM.
We are always on the lookout for new talent. We usually suggest you come along and join in for a week or two so that you can see us in action before auditioning. Auditioning is not as daunting as it sounds but is necessary to maintain the high standard our audiences have come to expect from us.
Members' auditions involve singing a song of your own choice to the audition panel (who are very friendly!) Simple dance steps will also be set at the time of the audition. You may also be asked to sing a scale or two (for range). We also accept members as dancers.
Non acting/singing members are also very welcome; we are always in need of extra people to help back stage and front of house.
If on the other hand you just enjoy our performances and would like know us better and support the Society why not become a Friend of the Society. You would be welcome to all our social events and would receive our regular news sheet with details of the latest news of members, shows and activities.
For further details please ring our Membership Secretary on 020 8992 8471 or memsec@heos.org.uk or annalouisebarber@gmail.com

 

Harlequin Players


Harrow

 

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Hayes & Harlington Musical Theatre Company


Uxbridge

 

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Henley-on-Thames Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society (HAODS)

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Henley-on-Thames

 

Company Overview
For the best entertainment in live theatre, together with top quality drama - amdram at its best, Henley Operatic & Dramatic Society has it all. Performing at the Kenton Theatre, Henley-on-Thames, NODA award winning HAODS musicals and plays are renowned for excellence.
Description
HAODS was formed in 1922 and each year usually puts on two musicals and a play at Henley's Kenton Theatre and, every other year at an open-air venue. Our major shows are the musicals, usually one around April and again in November. Productions of plays varies, but we always have an entry into the Kenton Drama Festival.
General information
We are fortunate to own the well-equipped Studio, behind the Kenton, which is where we hold our rehearsals and social events; our extensive wardrobe is also stored there, in a recently built extension. Rehearsals usually take place three nights a week for large productions, which increase to Sunday rehearsals closer to the production date. Readings and our auditions are generally open to all. If you are a non-member and are fortunate enough to be cast in a show, you will be required to join as a performing member.
This is the HAODS dedicated Box Office number (01491)575698
Julie Huntington Committee Chair, Publicity and Wardrobe 07831 546 047
Clancey Smith Committee Member - Honorary Secretary 01491 573084

 

Henley Operatic Society (HAODS)


Henley

 

Linda Selway Membership Secretary 07876 267657

 

Holy Apostles Drama Group (The)


Pimlico

 

Contact: Eileen Sheedy 020 7834 8053 or Colin Lavender 020 7821 0062
Fancy strutting your stuff on the stage? The drama group was founded in 1987 and presents two or three productions a year in a wide variety of styles from variety and pantomime to adaptations of famous dramas and Passion plays. There’s a part for everyone, however big or small your talent - on stage, backstage or front of house.Commitment: Full on when the productions are under way.

 

Hoopla Impro

Hoopla Impro
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Brick Lane

 

roezone@hotmail.com
0797 697 5348
Improvisation classes, courses and shows. No experience necessary. Fun and friendly group.

 

Hounslow Light Opera Company (HLOC)


Hounslow

 

Award winning Fun and friendly company, performing G&S, musicals, plays, concerts and reviews. Come and and have some fun and help put on some amazing shows!!
Phone 07749308559
Hounslow Light Opera has been around since 1903, which makes us one of the longest-established amateur dramatics companies in west London.
We are a friendly crowd, always eager to welcome new faces.
Our performing year consists of an autumn musical show, a summer play and a late winter/early spring concert.
We are mainly known as a Gilbert and Sullivan society, performing acclaimed productions of these comic operas, but from time to time we ring the changes with other musicals - including, in October 2011, Cole Porter's 'Anything Goes'. For plays, we specialise in comedy and farce, while our concerts range across a wide spectrum of music from opera and musicals to modern pop and Handel. Plenty to keep anybody's vocal cords busy!
Musicals, Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, plays and concerts
Age Range: There is no minimum age.
Rehearsals: We normally rehearse on Mondays, and sometimes also on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
020 8898 4606
Contact via tonyandfliss@blackyonder.co.uk
Box Ofice: 020 8892 2597
Hounslow Light Opera Drama Section mail@hounslowlightopera.org.uk

 

Hulviz Amateur Musical Society

Hulviz Amateur Musical Society

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Plumstead

 

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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Hurricane Productions


Richmond

 

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