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Seaham Vane Tempest A.O.S


Seaham, Co.Durham

 

Vane Tempest Theatre Group is situated in Seaham County Durham and is dedicated to producing high class theatrical works for the people of the area.

 

Shiney Row MVC

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Sunderland

 

Established in 1959 Shiney Row Male Voice Choir furthers the tradition of Male Voice Choirs, bringing joy through music to its members and the public alike

 

Simonside Youth Theatre


Newbiggin-by-the-sea, Northumberland

 

Simonside Youth Theatre is located in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea in southeast Northumberland. It is located on the north east coast of England, approximately 15 miles north of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

 

South Moor Amateur Operatic Society


Stanley, Durham

 

The Society has been in existence for over 70 years and performs in the newly refurbished and renamed Lamplight Arts Centre.
We are always looking for new members to keep the Society going, particularly men, so if you would like to join us then please come along to our rehearsals on a Tuesday evening in the Lamplight Arts Centre rehearsal rooms. You will be made most welcome.
Even if you do not wish to appear on stage, there are plenty of essential jobs to be done both behind scenes and in the auditorium. So if you would like to help with scenery or receiving the audience in the front of the theatre, get in touch with us, all help is always welcome.

 

South Shields Westovian Theatre Society


South Shields, Tyne and Wear

 

We are one of South Tyneside's leading amateur theatre groups producing a variety of senior and junior productions each year.
We welcome budding actors, people interested in the various disciplines of stagecraft, such as: sound recording, lighting design, set building, wardrobe, props, admin skills etc. "It's great fun and rewarding for people of all abilities... 'especially ages of 20-30 and 40-90 somethings' but main qualification is the ability to work and enjoy yourself"
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Spennymoor Stage and Song

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County Durham

 

Spennymoor Stage and Song; entertaining the region since 1912 through pantomimes and musicals, with an array of family entertainment for all.
Contact: spennymoorstageandsong1@gmail.com

 

Spennymoor Youth Theatre Group


Spennymoor Durham

 

Email: enquiries@sytg.co.uk

 

Spotlight CTP
www.spotlightctp.co.uk

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Consett, County Durham

 

Spotlight Community Theatre Productions was founded in 2011 to produce quality theatre productions in the North East of England.
We are a mixed age group, ranging from 7 year olds up to adults. We all have a passion for music and theatre and love putting on shows for the local community.
We have put on shows from different genres and love the challenge of a new show.

 

St. Andrew’s Operatic Society


Sunderland, Tyne and Wear

 

0191 5484621
Established soon after World War Two and still going strong, the St. Andrew's Operatic Society practices on Sunday evenings. Details are available from Joan Cook 0191 529 3439.
We have been providing Gilbert and Sullivan operettas in Sunderland for over 65 years now, having great fun along the way and many life-long friendships have been formed.
Whilst we are all amateurs we aim to achieve very high standards, whilst remembering the need to enjoy ourselves. We rehearse all year round, with two short breaks, so there is always something going on including regular social events.
We are a friendly group who enjoy singing the wonderful G & S music and who are extremely proud of our very good reputation in the area.
For all General Equiries please contact our Secretary, Barbara, by email secretary@standrewsos.co.uk or by phone on 0191 3866051
If your enquiry is for tickets for our forthcoming production or wish to place an order please email our tickets secretary Alan, on tickets@standrews.co.uk or alternatively phone on 0191 5484621
Chairman: Joan Cook Tel: 0191 5293439
Email: chairman@standrewsos.co.uk

Treasurer: David Watson Tel: 0191 3866051
Email: treasurer@standrewsos.co.uk

 

Stage Focus Theatre Company
Newcastle, Tyne and Wear

 

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Starset Theatre

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South Shields

 

After 8 years of training young people in performing arts, the schools are preparing to take on a new character as Starset Theatre. As our classes across the north-east grow in number and size, with more and more students wishing to join and be involved in several of our productions at once, we decided that a universal name across all our classes would help the students to feel part of the same organisation.
This will also allow us to perform successful shows in other theatres, giving the students more opportunities, as well as increased scope for professional productions, all under the Starset Theatre banner.
Contact Details
Address 14 Alison Drive, East Boldon, Tyne & Wear NE36 0SY
Telephone: 0191 537 2636
Fax: 0191 537 2622
Mobile: 07939 513 020
Email: info@johnhudsonmusic.co.uk

 

S.T.E.P.P.S.


Darlington, Durham

 

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Stockton Stage Society

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Sunderland Amateur Operatic Society

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Tyne and Wear

 

Whether your already a member of the society, would like to get involved or just want to be informed about upcoming events or performances, this is a group for us to share any news we have about the SAOS and keep everyone up to date.
For further information email

 

Sunderland Theatre Company

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Sunderland

 

Founded in 1893, Sunderland Theatre Company is a performance group based in the North East of England.
Formerly SAOS. Reg. Charity 1092896
Contact sunderland.aos@ntlworld.com or hello@sunderlandtheatre.co.uk

 

Teesside Musical Theatre Company

Teesside Musical Theatre Company
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Linthorpe, Middlesbrough

 

Rehearsals are held every Monday at Langdon Square Community Centre, Coulby Newham starting at 7.30 pm. Prospective new members should contact the Business Manager, Kath Dawson, on 01642 591289
Norma Phillips
Honorary Secretary of Teesside Musical Theatre Company normaphillips3@hotmail.com
01642 898580

 

Teesside Youth Theatre (TYT)


We are based in Southlands Centre, Teesside, TS30HG

 

TYT was set up under Northeast Producers Traveling Theatre Company. The aim of our Theatre Group is to encourage creativity, build confidence and self esteem and to teach the youngsters new skills; with the most important thing for us being to provide a safe and comfortable environment for the youngsters to do this in.
The workshops are relaxed and friendly weekly classes in which the youngsters will have the chance to explore the world of drama, learn new skills and make new friends. During the workshops we will work with the youngsters not only enhancing their current performance skills but also giving them the opportunity to learn new performance techniques.
Attending the workshops will provide the youngsters with many skills that will be of use to them throughout life. The workshops are not all about acting, singing and dancing, though of course these elements form the basics of our workshops, but they focus on helping the children with their communication skills, self-expression and for us one of the most important skills; self-confidence.
Contact: 07565 112 411 or tyt@northeastproducers.co.uk

 

The Black Box Theatre Company


Newcastle, Tyne and Wear

 

Email: admin@blackboxmerseyside.co.uk
Black Box Theatre Company, founded as a cooperative in 1994, is the longest surviving component of what is now called Black Box Creative Communities CIC Ltd. With an impressive back catalogue of productions the company offers opportunities for new, up-and-coming as well as seasoned actors, writers, directors and technicians to develop their skills and further their experience in main-stage productions.

 

The Castle Players


County Durham
Romney Cottage, Cotherstone, Barnard Castle, County Durham, DL12 9PG

 

Email: enquiries@castleplayers.co.uk
The Castle Players is a community drama group based in Barnard Castle, County Durham. It is a Company Limited by Guarantee and a Registered Charity. Since establishing in the late 1980s, The Castle Players has become one of the region’s leading non-professional theatre companies.
You should be over 16 to join. If you are younger than 16 you can join our Youth Theatre The Turrets.
"Is there any other group, amateur or professional, apart possibly from the RSC, which could fill any venue in Teesdale for four nights with any work by the Bard?"
The Castle Players has presented high quality outdoor Shakespeare to sell-out audiences every summer since 1989. Winter tours of Teesdale's pubs and village halls have incuded new plays, adaptations of classic texts irreverent cabaret and traditional fireside tales.

 

The D & B Panto Club


Spennymoor, County Durham

 

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The End of the Pier Company


Saltburn, Cleveland

 

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The Everyman Players


Spennymoor, Durham

 

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The Phoenix Theatre

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Northumberland
Beaconsfield Street, Blyth, Northumberland NE24 2DS

 

Based in the town centre of Blyth, the Phoenix theatre is a fantastic arts resource complete with a 300 seat theatre space, rehearsal space, bar and foyer gallery. The theatre programme successfully combines both amateur and professional performances and attracts audiences from a broad area including North Tyneside and rural Northumberland.
In the early 1990's the Blyth Arts and Community Association operated a small amateur theatre group out of a converted church. The building was condemned because of an unsafe roof in 1994. An energetic amateur committee identified the opportunity to regenerate their site. With combined funding from the National Lottery, The Foundation for Sport and Arts, local authority and other local sources the new building with a 300 seat theatre opened in 1997.
The theatre presents a regular programme of professional performing arts to its local community and has successfully brought amateur and professional practitioners alongside each other to develop work for the community.
box office: 01670 367 228
Email: box.office@thephoenixtheatre.org.uk
We at the Phoenix look forward to welcoming new members whether acting or non-acting. There are vacancies in all departments. Whatever your theatrical interest come along and see what facilities we have to offer.
Contact admin@thephoenixtheatre.org.uk

 

The Sedgefield Players

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Sedgefield Parish Hall, TS21 3AT

 

Formed in 1971 by a handful of enthusiasts as part of the newly formed SCA (Sedgefield Community Association), Sedgefield Players set high, professional standards but also have a great deal of fun putting on shows. The hard work and camaraderie involved is extremely therapeutic, whether on stage, back stage or front-of-house. New members are always welcome; no auditioning necessary.
Just come along to our regular meetings in Sedgefield Parish Hall at 7:30 p.m. every Sunday and Wednesday. Our youth section SPYS meets every Sunday at 6:30 p.m., also in the Parish Hall. (For more information on them, see SPYS)
If you`d like to act, make costumes, build sets, operate lights or sound effects, sell programmes or make coffee – come and join us ! You`ll have a great time ! Or maybe you`d be happy to come along to the Parish Hall and enjoy excellent live theatre.
We produce full-length plays in March, June and November, a pantomime at Christmas and, in September, a Festival of One Act Plays. (For further information, see Drama Festival) The Players have gained numerous awards over the years, both at Sedgefield Festival and others, including Saltburn, Wakefield and the Isle of Man
Contact: Elizabeth.flanagan@durham.gov.uk or ask@sedgefieldplayers.co.uk or call (01740) 621771

 

THE TEARAWAYS YOUTH THEATRE GROUP


Shildon, Co. Durham

 

For all young people aged 11 - 19 years to join . They are taught the 3 main Musical Theatre Disciplines ( Singing, Dancing & Acting. The aim to produce and perform a Musical Production .
The group was founded in 1997 , and is situated in Shildon, Co. Durham , and has members from Bishop Auckland, Newton Aycliffe, , Darlington and other surrounding areas in it . The Tearways perform one Musical Production and one Pantomime per year. Free to join , no nasty fees to pay. Contact 01388 774838 email derrickrobbo@aol.com

 

Tynemouth Amateur Operatic Society


North Shields, Tyne & Wear

 

Contact email or 0844 277 2771
TAOS produces two shows every year and has donated lots of money to various charities; this is one of its main aims, and its members look to the future with hope. The committee works tremendously hard - the society\’s standards are high and has a lot of talented members. The society really does need many more interested young people who love to sing, act or work backstage. In fact anyone who is interested in making a contribution towards its very successful productions!!
If you like singing and acting why not join us?

 

Tynemouth Priory Theatre


North Shields, Tyne and Wear
Percy Street, Tynemouth, Tyne & Wear, NE30 4HA.

 

Telephone:- 0191 257 5186 / 0191 292 9292

 

Tyneside Musical Society


 

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Valley Players

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Seaton Delaval, Northumberland

 

comedy, farce, drama
Age Range: Usually 16+
Rehearsals: Mondays and Wednesdays
About Us: We are a very friendly, well-established group who rehearse and perform three productions a year at the Community Centre, Elsdon Avenue, Seaton Delaval.
Our season runs from September through to April and productions are staged in October, January and April.
New members always welcome, for both on stage and back stage opportunities.
Please contact us for details at any time, either through our website or through our Publicity Officer, as shown below.
Email enquiries enquiries@thevalleyplayers.co.uk
Madeleine Gair, Publicity Officer – 0191 298 0704

 

Variety Youth Theatre Productions

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Newcastle-upon-Tyne

 

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Warkworth Drama Group

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Warkworth, Northumberland

 

We are an enthusiastic bunch of like minded thespians who enjoy the smell of the grease paint and the roar of the crowd. We are based in Warkworth Northumberland and perform at Warkworth Memorial Hall. We normally stage three productions a year. If you like acting, back-stage work, or just having fun then come along and join us, all are welcome.
Contact: chairman@warkworthdrama.org.uk
mike@warkworthdrama.org.uk

 

Washington Theatre Group
www.washingtontheatregroup.co.uk


Washington, Tyne and Wear

 

email or phone to find out more! E-mail Nigel Judson (WTG Publicity) at contactus@washingtontheatregroup.co.uk or call the arts centre on 0191 561 3455 or just turn up!
The WASHINGTON THEATRE GROUP have been running since 1976. It has attracted many members over that time (TO JOIN MEMBERS MUST BE 18+ YEARS OF AGE) and performed a number of shows throughout the years. The WTG isnt just about performing on stage, its all about working as a team and having a chance to try new things. We all pitch in and we all do our best to put on a great show, not just for our selves but for the audience, the community and for charity.

 

Washington Youth Theatre Company
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Washington, Tyne and Wear

 

Join the Washington Youth Theatre Company and learn about stagecraft and script writing, take part in productions and films as well as making great new friends along the way.
£5 per session (paid termly)
8 – 13 years, Saturdays 10am – 12pm
13 – 19 years, Wednesdays 6 – 8pm
For more information contact acw@sunderland.gov.uk / 0191 561 3455 / www.artscentrewashington.co.uk

 

West End Operatic Society


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Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside

 

West End Operatic Society is an amateur musical theatre group based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Each year, our members get to rehearse and perform a large scale musical production at one of the three major theatres in Newcastle city centre. Our members range in age and ability and our key focus is to give them the opportunity to do something they love and enjoy and experience performing live onstage in front of a sell out audience. WEOS is a welcoming and friendly all-singing, all-dancing family!
Contact: dorothycoleman01@gmail.com

 

Whitley Bay Operatic Society


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Whitley Bay, Tyne And Wear

 

We perform two musicals each year usually in November and April taking up to six months in rehearsals twice a week. We currently have about 100 members but are always looking for new talent so if you can sing and dance (just a little!) and wish to join us, then get in touch via the website or chairman.wbos@gmail.com.

 

Whitley Bay Pantomime Society


Whitley Bay, Tyne And Wear

 

Society Secretary: Valerie Hopper 0191 257 4366
Come have fun, laughter, make new friends and learn the arts and traditions of pantomime with the Whitley Bay Pantomime Society.
We are a friendly society whose members work hard but also have lots of fun and enjoyment producing successful shows.
Emphasis remains firmly on tradition, laughter, lavish sets and costumes. All profits go to local charities and over the years this has amounted to a lot!

 

Yarm Border Players


Yarm and District Social Centre, Bentley Wynd, Yarm, Stockton-on-Tees

 

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Age Range: None - it depends upon the play
Rehearsals: Mondays and Thursdays
Yarm Border Players are an amateur dramatic society based in Yarm, just south of Stockton-on-Tees in the North East of England.
The town sits in a loop of the River Tees which is the traditional boundary between Yorkshire and County Durham - hence our name!
We put on two plays a year - recent productions have varied from Harold Pinter to farce - a wide range of styles!
An Amateur Dramatic Society is not only a good place to learn the art and craft of theatre but also to meet and make new friends.
Get involved and see how a production starts from play reading right through to opening night - there are so many talents required to stage a production - it doesn\’t just happen!

 

YMCA Choral Society


Newcastle-upon-Tyne

 

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