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Aurora Arts


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Bear Left Theatre Company

Bear Left Theatre Company

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Theatre company based in Nottingham

 

Beeston Players

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Beeston and Chilwell

 

The Beeston Players were formed in 1968 and have performed in Beeston and Chilwell area throughout this time. Rehearsals are on Mondays 7:30pm to 9:30pm in the church hall at Christ Church, Chilwell. We have about 30 regular members with an age range from 17 to 60 something, and are always excited to see new people come and join us!
We perform 2 plays a year held at Round Hill School at Foster Avenue in Beeston covering all theatrical genres from farce to classic period drama. Productions are generally held over a four-night run in November and May.
When we\’re not performing or rehearsing we read plays at our weekly meetings and arrange a number of social events, ranging from trips to the theatre (both professional and other local groups) to a Summer BBQ.
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Beeston Musical Theatre Group - BMTG


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Beeston

 

There are many ways to get involved with the society - through membership, patronage, helping us raise money or by simply donating.
Membership
We don't just need people to perform on stage - we also need talented scene designers, painters, costumiers and pretty-much anything else you can turn your hand to. We can provide you with details on how to become a member - acting or non-acting.
Contact: For Concert/Show Enquiries, including tickets: tickets@bmtg.org.uk
For all other enquiries E-Mail: societyrep@bmtg.org.uk

 

Bilborough Drama

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Nottingham

 

One of the largest centres for Drama and Theatre Studies AS and A level in the UK with 220 students in an exciting and successful department.

 

Bingham Musical Theatre Company (BMTC)


Bingham & Radcliffe

 

Founded as Bingham Amateur Operatic Society in 1957 with its early rehearsals at the WI Hut in Bingham, the group changed its name to Bingham Musical Theatre Company (BMTC) in 2004 and now rehearse at various locations in both Bingham and Radcliffe-on-Trent.
BMTC have been entertaining communities in the surrounding areas showcasing a magnitude of local talent of all ages with many loyal members and friends.
New members are always welcomed. To join our friendly group on stage or back stage, or join in on our social events, or be added to our mailing list, please email bmtc@hotmail.co.uk
We are always welcoming new members on or off stage to our family friendly group of people, with an active social calendar.
Come along and join us.
bmtc@hotmail.co.uk for further details.

 

Blyth Players

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Barnby Memorial Hall, Blyth

 

Blyth Players was founded in 1972 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. We are affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA).
We currently perform 3 main productions each year being a pantomime in February, a spring production in May and an autumn production in October. We have a thriving youth group.
Contact via For general enquiries - Secretary@blythplayers.org
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Bonington Players

Bonington Players
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Arnold

 

Award winning amateur theatre group in Arnold, resident at the Bonington Theatre
Are you interested in joining the Bonington Players? We welcome everyone whatever their skills, interests or background. There is no need to be an accomplished performer, set designer or costume maker in order to become involved – all you need is interest and enthusiasm. Whether you want to perform on stage, produce, direct, design sets or costumes, manage props, work on stage crew, lighting, sound or front of house, the opportunity is there.
We present three productions a season at the Bonington Theatre and there are also informal workshops, play readings, theatre visits and social events. We meet every Tuesday throughout the year, except for a short summer break and even shorter Christmas break, and every Thursday throughout the season from August to April. These meetings are at our rehearsal and workshop facility at the Old People’s Welfare Centre, 78 Nottingham Road, Arnold NG5 6JZ, opposite The Greyhound car park.
You are very welcome to come along to visit us and you will find a warm welcome from our members. Please call our Business Manager, Linda Whitehurst, on 0115 953 2807 so that we can make sure that there is somebody available to talk to you and show you round. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and meet people over a cup of coffee during the evening.
Contact: info@boningtonplayers.co.uk

 

Burton Joyce Players (The)

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Nottingham

 

The Burton Joyce Players is a drama group based in Burton Joyce, Nottingham. The first production staged by the group was in 1927 however the current group has been in existence since 1950. The group stages three productions a year - a pantomime in January, a show in April and a further show in October. The group also hold social evenings through the year for members and guests.
Our shows are performed in the Burton Joyce and Bulcote Village Hall, Trent Lane, Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire, NG14 5EY.
If you are interested in acting, set design, costume design, production or would like to take part as a stage hand or front-of- house assistant we rehearse on Mondays and Wednesdays at the village Hall (Mondays in the small hall) from September to April, so please feel free to pop in and see us.
To receive further information about the Burton Joyce Players contact the Secretary:- secretary@burtonjoyceplayers.co.uk

 

Calverton Theatre Group


Nottinghamshire

 

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Calverton Youth Theatre


Nottinghamshire

 

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Carlton Operatic Society

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Nottingham

 

Carlton Operatic was founded in 1921 and is based in Netherfield, Nottingham. We are affiliated to NODA, and we have performed almost every year since 1986 at the Nottingham Playhouse. In May 2014 we move into our new home, Nottingham Theatre Royal. Society members also perform in concert during the closed season.
For membership enquiries
By email: newmembers@carltonoperatic.com
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Castle Theatre Company


Durham, County Durham

 

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Clumber Players

Clumber Players
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The Riding Hall, Thoresby Park, Nr. Ollerton, NG22 9EP

 

The Clumber Players were originally conceived in late 1979 and soon became renowned producing high-quality Shakespearean plays. We now perform annually at The Riding Hall at Thoresby Courtyard, near Ollerton, Newark.
Contact: thebard@clumberplayers.org.uk

 

Dales Drama Group


Bakersfield, Nottingham

 

The Dales Drama Group is an amateur theatre group based in Bakersfield, Nottingham. It has been in existence since the 1950's. Rehearsals are Thursdays 7.30 - 9.30pm at The Dales United Reformed Church, Eastdale Road, Bakersfield, Nottingham. We have about 20 regular members and are always on the lookout for more for both performing and backstage roles. The adult drama group is for anyone 13+ years. We are a non-profit making group and perform an average of 3 shows per year including plays, pantomimes and musicals. We also actively encourage group members creative skills and have performed many original plays, musicals and pantomimes over the past decade.
We also have a junior drama group which has about 15 regular members. The junior drama group is for anyone 7 - 13 years and meets at the Dales URC on Thursdays 6.00 -7.30pm (term time only). The junior drama group stages one major production per year and spends the rest of the year workshopping skills, performing charity revues and/or taking part in Adult drama productions as required. Junior subscriptions are £1.00 per week.
Why not check out our website to find out more about us and see us in action with video clips of previous productions (adult and junior) here
For further details: contact via email dalesdrama@gmail.com or visit our WEBSITE

 

Derby Academy of Acting


Derby
189 LONGMOOR LANE, BREASTON, DERBY DE72 3BE

 

The academy offers advanced actor training for those committed to studying the craft and maximising their talent and potential. The classes include tuition in healthy and effective voice use, improvisation, movement, analysis of texts, performance preparation and audition technique. Improve your team working skills, confidence and understanding of different acting styles. Conquer the challenge of fusing authenticity with instinct, imagination and emotion through group or individual sessions.
The classes are held on Sundays at The Ukrainian Club, 27 Charnwood Street, Derby DE1 2GU. There are different classes for different age groups and a new starts class, each one lasts for 90 minutes. The fees are £50 (6 weeks) or £60 (7 weeks) per half term, payable in advance.
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Devil May Care Productions


Nottingham

 

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Elemental Theatre Company

Elemental Theatre Company

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Hucknall

We are a dynamic theatre company, excited to be touring our favourite plays; plays by new writers; and our own devised work. Nottingham and beyond...
Contact: via social media or elementaltheatrecompany@gmail.com

 

Encore Performing Arts

Encore Performing Arts
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Wollaton Park Community Centre, Harrow Road, Wollaton, Nottingham NG8 1FG

 

Encore! Performing Arts is a Nottingham based performing arts company, striving to provide the highest possible quality of plays and musicals since 2015.
We continually have a large-scale production on the go, varying in styles, genres and technicality. We carefully select each show to uncover and present new and promising talent, whilst thoroughly auditioning all cast members to maintain our enviable reputation of high-quality shows.

Contact: contact@encoreperformingarts.co.uk

 

Erewash Musical Society

Erewash Musical Society
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Long Eaton, Nottingham

 

EMS is regarded as one of the area's leading musical societies. Whilst our history spans over 100 years, we remain a dynamic group, performing two shows / concerts a year with material ranging from the traditional to the modern. Since the Duchess Theatre burnt down we have had no permanent venue to stage our productions. Our spring show is now regularly held at Trent College, Long Eaton and our autumn production is held at another venue in the locality. We of course look forward to the completion of the Chatsworth Centre which will again provide a focus for the Arts within the Long Eaton area. Membership of the society is not just restricted to those who wish to step into the lime-light, there is a great deal of fun to be had working behind the scenes as well! One of the founding principles of the society was that of mutuality, and we are proud to have retained our links with the Eastern and Central Region Co-operative Society who are our sponsors.
We also have an active Social Committee which ensures there are plenty of things for members to do throughout the year: to name but a few events, BBQs, car rallies and trips to the seaside all feature in our calendar together with the Annual Dinner Dance. Why not take a look at photo gallery on the "Members" page? There you can see a little more about the individuals who make up our society and the rich social life we share. If you are interested in joining us we'd be glad to hear from you - further details can be found here.
The society is always looking for new talent, so if you are a singer, dancer or actor, or are lucky enough to be all three and would like to join the society then please contact the Members' Secretary gensec@erewashmusicalsociety.co.uk
(Chairman) chairman@erewashmusicalsociety.co.uk
(President) president@erewashmusicalsociety.co.uk
(Treasurer) treasurer@erewashmusicalsociety.co.uk

 

Gilbert and Sullivan Society, University of Nottingham

Gilbert and Sullivan Society, University of Nottingham
www.su.nottingham.ac.uk/societies/ society/gilbertandsullivan

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Nottingham

 

Gilbert and Sullivan Society, University of Nottingham. We put on a large G+S Opera annually, with other concerts and events in the year

 

Greasley Players


Greasley

 

Greasley Players are renowned as a friendly group and meet every Tuesday & Thursday at 7:30pm while a production is in rehearsal.
We are always willing to welcome new members, if you are interested in joining in any aspect of the group’s activities both on or off stage email us through our website and we'll phone ou back.
Please come to any of our rehearsals or productions where we will be delighted to meet you in person. If you are interested in amateur dramatics and what we do, both on and off stage, there is no better time to take a look than when rehearsals are taking place so please come on any Tuesday or Thursday Night 7:30pm at Greasley Church Hall and join us for a coffee and a chat.
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HMTC - Heanor Musical Theatre Company


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Mansfield

 

Bringing musical theatre to your eyes and ears in the East Midlands
Contact: hmtc.rocks@mail.com

 

HotHouse Theatre

Hothouse Theatre

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Hucknall Community Theatre Group


Hucknall

 

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Jacknife Theatre Company


Mansfield

 

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KEYWORTH DRAMATIC SOCIETY

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Keyworth

 

We welcome all comers whatever your skills, interests and background. There is no need to be an accomplished performer, set designer or costume maker in order to become involved – all that is needed is interest and enthusiasm. We need performers, set designers and builders, costumes designers with sewing skills, people who like doing props or front of house.
The society is small and friendly, with some members having been involved since the society’s beginnings 40 years ago. There are usually 3 productions per year, plus informal play–readings, theatre visits and social events.
Contact: info@keyworthdramaticsociety.org.uk

 

Let's Misbehave!

Let's Misbehave!
www.letsmisbehave.co.uk

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Edwinstowe

We are a newly formed am dram group (2016). We perform Murder Mysteries in restaurants around Nottinghamshire at themed dining events and in local schools/village halls for fundraising occasions. We are very happy for new members to join us - so if you can 'act extremely suspiciously OR die most dramatically OR be a calculating murderer OR EVEN loiter maliciously backstage' - then we are the group for you.
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Little Barn Theatre Company


The Byre, 5 Eastfield, North Muskham, Notts. NG23 6HE

 

We are a small company made up of drama practioners, actors, teachers and writers, who consider drama and the creative arts to be of great value to your students.
We understand the importance drama can play in a student's life by developing confidence, communication skills and self esteem, not to forget the education content that can be delivered through a practical and creative approach to any subject matter.
Exploring any topic, dramatic style, practioner, or areas of the PSHE curriculum through drama can provide a much greater understanding. It can act as a forum for the students to explore the world around them, and enable them to make moral, ethical and social decisions. Looking at topics from a practical perspective can also allow students to find an affinity with a situation and see a story from many different angles. We offer a number of workshops for students of all ages, and seek to engage them in an educational event that is both challenging and fun. We are open to consultation with yourselves as to how to best meet the needs of your students in any given subject area, and to achieve collectively the outcome you desire.
We also run classes for pupils to participate in outside of school hours, were the emphasis is on performance skills, and showcasing the work of local writers ,and new writers from around the country in a variety of venues. A sample of some of the texts are currently available on our website www.littlebarntheatre.co.uk, along with more information about the workshops we carry out and the classes we offer, along with our latest perfromances and future auditions.

 

Long Eaton Operatic Society

Long Eaton Operatic Society
www.longeatonoperatic.com

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Long Eaton

Long Eaton Operatic Society is an award-winning amateur group dedicated to performing excellent musical shows at Trent College in Long Eaton. Most recently we are very proud to have won the 2017 NODA award for our region for our production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

We're a vibrant society with members of all ages and aside from the joy of performing, we are also a sociable bunch who enjoy day trips to London, summer garden parties and annual Christmas get togethers - or you may find us in the pub after our rehearsal night!

If you want to find out more information about joining LEOS or our shows, please visit our website (www.longeatonoperatic.com)

 

Lowdham Players and the Lowdham Pantomime Group

Lowdham Players and the Lowdham Pantomime Group
www.lowdhampanto.co.uk

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Lowdham
Lowdham Village Hall, Main Street. Lowdham

We stage a play and a pantomime each year. Minimum age is 10
Casting is early September. We rehearse every Wednesday evening from September to February and every Sunday afternoon during January and February.

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