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2x2 Opera was formed in 2004 by three residents of St Margarets; Film and video director Keith Cheetham, Arts administrator and fundraiser Deborah Meyer and musician Daniel Meyer, in response to the lack of opportunities for young people to take part in "classical" projects. Its main aim is to provide an opportunity for local children to participate in a professionally produced, high quality cross-educational project. The projects also draw on the many professional talents from within the community making the productions unique and special not only to local residents but to the many visitors who attend the performances.
A community opera group for young people, 2x2 Opera, based in St. Margaret's, Twickenham. We present opera to be performed by and for young people alongside professionals.
Argosy is an all encompassing group, which embraces people from all walks of life and seeks to nurture their talent however small or overblown it may be. Sure we have our spats and tiffs along the way, but they are nearly always born out of an overriding desire to do what is best for the family that is Argosy.
The 'Club Night' is on Monday evenings, at Ruislip Manor Sports & Social Club, Grosvenor Vale, Ruislip where those rehearsing for the next show and other members have a drink and a chat. Rehearsals are often in progress in the same room - hence the need for attendees not to talk too loudly! (but they always do) The club's second rehearsal night is usually on Thursdays. The venue varies but is usually in the Ruislip / Ickenham area.
Argosy Players construct all their own sets, and a team of set builders can always be found in their purpose-built hut on a Sunday morning from 10 am until approximately 1 p.m. These tend to be quite social occasions and whatever your ability, jobs can be found for anyone wanting to join in. Occasionally these Sunday Morning degenerate into a curry lunch at a local curry house.
The Annual General Meeting takes place during June, where Club members are encouraged to air their views. Main Committee members are elected at this time, along with a couple of smaller sub-committees, who are responsible for the organisation of social events and publicity. A new member can be elected on to any of these committees.
Members are kept in touch with events with email bulletins and a monthly newsletter
If you fancy being part of the friendliest group around just firstname.lastname@example.org or call Caz on 01895 478831
For general information contact email@example.com or call 07899992772
Box Office: Call 0845 8389058
St. Edmund's Hall, Pinner Road, HA6 1QS
Contact our Membership Secretary for more information about Arrow Players or visit our Facebook page.
We are always pleased to welcome new members. If you would like to join Arrow Players, or would like to know more about our group, please contact our Membership Secretary, Carol Yates:
Telephone: 020 8866 8313
Aspire Amateur Dramatic Society
Ruislip Manor (Hillingdon) & Watford (Herts)
We're a new theatre Company, performing high quality productions of new or rarely performed plays about autism, mental health and other health conditions.
We are looking for actors and actresses to perform in our productions.
We currently rehearse in Ruislip Manor, and we hope to perform in Watford and Ickenham/Ruislip.
We’re a warm and friendly group.
If you’re interested please contact Kevin on 07340 981219 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on Aspire Drama on Twitter.
We're still need another actor and actress for our current play "Our Last Dance".
We look forward to hearing from you!!!
Belmont Theatre Company (originally known as Belmont Players) was formed in 1946 as the drama section of the Belmont Community Association. Its first public performance, Charity Begins in 1947.
We performed in Harrow until 2007 when we moved to Watford and now put on all our plays at the Pump House Theatre. We do 3 shows a year ranging from the occasional musical to comedy, drama, farce, thrillers etc. Rehearsals take place in Carpenders Park.
Recent shows include Ladies Who Lunch, Pardon Me Prime Minister, Stepping Out and Sitting Pretty which won several awards at the Barnet and District Drama Festival.
In addition we have a lively social scene and participate in many other special events. In order to maintain our previous high standard of productions, Belmont Theatre Company is always looking for new members to act, work backstage (including lighting and sound) or with Front of House.
Contact via website or email Membership email@example.com
OUR AIM is to put on a show, raise money for charity and have lots of fun doing it.
Join BROS TC and you won’t regret it. You will become part of a very special society which prides itself on producing high quality shows again and again. Many of us have been members for decades. We have made life-long friends and have relished the opportunity to try our hand at a variety of roles both on stage and behind the scenes.
If you are a performer, do not be afraid to audition for our next production. We always cast at least one, sometimes several, new members in our shows. If you are unsuccessful in your first audition, there are many ways you can be involved in the current show and then try your hand again next time. We have an exciting programme of shows ahead.
People are pleasantly surprised how quickly they become part of the team. If you are lacking in confidence or skill, BROS is a great place to learn and improve: many of our members have professional qualifications/experience to share. If you would like to direct or act as production manager, choreograph or musically direct, we\’d love to hear from you. BROS TC always welcomes new talent.
If you are not a performer, you may like to get stuck in making/sourcing costumes, designing/building set, managing props, sound or publicity. Perhaps you\’d like to be on the stage crew or front of house?
Even if you do none of those things; enjoying our social events, attending some rehearsals and joining the theatre trips are very good reasons alone to join BROS TC.
07817 508 836
Crane Lodge Road, Cranford, Middlesex. TW5 9PQ
We are a section of British Airways Club and use their facilities, therefore, anyone who wishes to join the Concorde Players must first become a member of British Airways Club. Joining British Airways Club enables you to make use of all the club's facilities and to join other sections, not just the drama section.
How Do I Join?
Contact our Membership Secretary, use the form on the website or Concorde Centre Reception for a Membership form - complete it at return it with your payment. Cheques should be made payable to British Airways Clubs. Most people join when they get involved in a particular show; but you can join at any time throughout the year.
Whatever, you're asked to do at an audition, don't worry about it. Just do your best - that's all we ask. Above all, enjoy it! Once the final auditions are over, the Director will then contact you to let you know which part you have been chosen for.
If you wish to know more information please called Victoria Snaith on 07843880220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
East Lane Theatre Club (ELTC) has been putting on plays in the Wembley/Harrow area for more than seventy years. Since 1990 our home has been the 75 seater East Lane Theatre which was designed and built by our members and is situated in the Vale Farm Sports Complex adjacent to Wembley FC.
We aim to put on at least four productions each season and welcome anybody who has something to offer, be it acting, directing, backstage, costumes, lighting, sound or helping behind the bar and at the front-of house.
We design and build all our own sets, and can be found at the club on most Sunday mornings working on the set for the current production. Why not come along and meet us. You will be made most welcome and no matter what your particular skills may be we will find something for you to do.
Box Office: 41 Stephens Way, Sleaford, Lincs NG34 7JN
Tel: 07762 622215
Membership and General Enquiries: 121 Uxendon Hill, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 9SH
Tel: 020 8908 0136
A vibrant, exciting theatre company bringing the best of the West End to the local area. No membership required, all shows are cast through open auditions!
Contact email Phone: 07853293814
Musicals, Straight Plays, Educational Theatre and Community Theatre Age Range: 16+ Rehearsals: Weekends
This company is run by James Ford-Bannister, Paddy Finn and Toni Whitham, provides the external framework for shows (including Production Management, Direction and Technical Support) so that Theatre can be brought to everyone from the young to the disabled. We primarily work on low-budget productions (amateur, school or community based) and are skilled at working thus. Founded in September 2007 we have since completed Les Miserables, TWINS (an adaptation of Blood Brothers) and are currently working on our community project Ford-Finn: HIJACK!. Our team, however, have worked on many production prior to the founding of the company.
The Good Companions ADS have been performing amateur drama at John Keble church in Edgware, Middlesex since 1933. Over the years we have presented all types of drama, as well as large-scale musicals and pantomimes. We are now one of the leading drama groups in the London Borough of Barnet. Each Spring we enter a full length play for the Barnet and District Drama Festival. In 2008 'A Voyage round my Father' won 6 awards. In the Summer we often do a series of workshops, a Music Hall, or a musical entertainment devised by a member of the group. These activities provide an opportunity for all members to take part. In the Winter we stage our Pantomime or a musical, 'Wind in the Willows', 'Peter Pan' & 'Calamity Jane' being among our recent successes.
We are very fortunate in having permanent use of the John Keble Hall, and members of our dedicated stage crew build our sets. Members not in the cast of a production often help with the building and painting of these. We have an extensive costume department, from which we hire to other groups and private individuals.
As well as our activities on stage we lead a busy social life with visits to see plays presented by other groups in our area. Our barbecues and Christmas parties are always well attended. We have many enthusiastic young members who are always willing to lend a hand in all areas of our work.
We are a friendly Group and consider ourselves Good Companions indeed!
We meet regularly at 8pm. on Tuesdays and offer a warm welcome to new members. Please come along if you are interested in joining or email us
HADS is the local amateur dramatic society for the village of Harefield, between Rickmansworth and Uxbridge, in West London. We have been active since 1951 and currently produce 2 main plays a year plus a summer production, Christmas party and various other side-ventures.
We have members from Harefield itself, plus a wide surrounding area and of all ages, who are a mixture of frontstagers and backstagers. We have a reputation for quality performances, sets and effects and have garnered several awards.
We're not stuffy or dah-lings and recognise that people give up an enormous amount of their free time and dedication to producing performances and we try to make it fun and inviting. Of course, as with any drama group, there can be more drama off-stage than on, but that's half the fun ...
We are members of NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) and supported by the HAA (Hillingdon Arts Association).
We meet at Park Lane Village Centre, Park Lane, Harefield, Middlesex (next to Harefield Library) every Tuesday evening at 8pm. Come and join us.
The Secretary, Harrow Light O.C., 34 Abbotsbury Gardens, Eastcote, Pinner, Middlesex, HA5 1SX
If you are interested in acting, singing or dancing (or even all three!) then it is simple to join HLOC. Please just contact our Membership Secretary. email@example.com
We rehearse on Tuesdays throughout the year at St. Anselm's Church Hall, Westfield Park, Hatch End HA5 4JJ, starting at 7.45pm.
To join you will be asked to do a very short, informal audition (in private). You should prepare something to sing and bring along the piano accompaniment sheet music with you. We will also give you a short monologue to read and some simple movement to try out. It's all very relaxed and easy going!
Alternatively, perhaps you would prefer to be backstage, behind the scenes?
If so, we always need help in the following areas: Stage Crew, Make Up, Props, Technical, Wardrobe and Front of House. Please contact our General Secretary for more details.
If you are unsure as to whether you would like to join us, then just let us know and we would be delighted to welcome you to sit in on one of our rehearsals and give you a taster of what you have been missing!
Don't forgot you can join our mailing list if you would like to be kept up to date with our activities.
A friendly group of professional, semi-professional & amateur singers from London & South East who perform at least one full opera a year.
Hatton Operatic Society (Registered Charity no 291998) is an amateur group presenting fully staged productions of musicals as well as concerts which help to raise funds for major productions. The Society has its origins in a street party held on VJ Day, 1945 in Bedfont, Middlesex (near London’s Heathrow Airport) and continued to rehearse in Bedfont until 2010 when a increase in the hire charges forced us to look for a new venue. Our general rehearsals are now held at the Magna Carta school in Staines (whose Arts Centre is also the venue for our productions) with additional rehearsals being held in Ashford (Middlesex).
If you are interested in joining us, or would like any further information, please contact our Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 2UE
Founded in 1934 Hillingdon Musical Society is a very active group who produce two musical productions a year both to a very high theatrical standard. The first production usually in March, is normally at the Beck Theatre, Hayes, The second production is usually presented late September, more recently at the Compass Theatre, Ickenham
Hillingdon Musical Society is a very friendly group always interested in welcoming new members, Our rehearsals take place every Tuesday evening between 7:45pm and 10:00pm at Hillingdon Baptist Church, Hercies Road, Hillingdon.
If you are interested in joining us as a performer or would like to get involved in other ways please contact our Secretary who will be happy to give you further information. firstname.lastname@example.org
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!!
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 email@example.com
Box Ofice: 020 8892 2597
Hounslow Light Opera Drama Section firstname.lastname@example.org
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