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Debut Theatre Company


Woking

 

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DAPA Productions (Dorking Academy of Performing Arts)


Dorking

 

01306 881488

 

DJR School of Performing Arts


 

Contact email dbailey15@talktalk.net

 

Dorking Dramatic and Operatic Society (DDOS)

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Dorking

 

DDOS brings live theatre to Dorking for the pleasure of both audiences and performers alike. DDOS is probably best known for its annual ‘big show’ musical at the Dorking Halls but we also produce plays and small-scale musicals at our Green Room Theatre.
To contact DDOS please email ddosemembers@googlemail.com
Box Office 01306 881717

 

Drama Nights

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Druids Head
3 Market Place, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 1JT
Orange Tree
45 Kew Road Richmond TW9 2NQ

 

Drama Nights is a Network of Drama Classes with performance opportunities. Classes start for Summer week of 16 April 2012. Classes held at Kings Arms, Clifton, Hen and Chicken, Southville and Huntsman, Bath.
Drama Nights has a duel focus - to learn new skills whilst making new friends. Every class finishes with a drink in the bar! In addition to the classes, taught by professional actors, there are theatre visits and Drama Weekends with other venues in the Network.
Classes for the Summer Term start week beginning 16 April 2012. Drama Nights is a socialble way to learn new skills with every class finishing with a drink in the bar and many activities planned for the term including Theatre trips and Drama Weekends away with other members of the network across the country.
Hurry to catch the Early Bird Offer! Classes only £4 an hour!
Contact:
email or 07896958665
We are now on Facebook – all our class information, workshops, open mike private dinners and weekends are available here.
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Dunsfold ADS


Dunsfold

 

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East Surrey Operatic Society (ESOS)

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Reigate

 

ESOS has a distinguished history dating back to 1907. We perform regularly at the Harlequin Theatre in Redhill, Surrey, staging productions from the Musical-Comedy repertoire. Performances usually take place in late March with the ESOS "season" beginning in early October. We also have a lively social calendar throughout the year and stage concerts and other productions.
ESOS is always pleased to welcome new members. Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to be able to (or even want to) sing, act or dance to be a member of ESOS. It takes many more people than those who appear before the audience to stage a production and we can make use of many different skills.
If you would like further information regarding membership of ESOS then please contact:
Sally Durrant (Hon. Secretary)
5 Millview Close , Reigate, Surrey RH2 0JD
Tel: 01737247046
Mobile: 07818415894 - email: email
For general enquiries please email us.

 

Electric Theatre


 

01483 444789
Email: electrictheatre@guildford.gov.uk

 

Ember Players

Ember Players
www.emberplayers.co.uk

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Ember

 

The Ember Players is one of Surrey`s leading amateur theatre groups. We stage two productions a year, always aiming to provide variety for our audiences and fresh challenges for our casts and crews. Since our inception in 1949, Ember Players have notched up over 200 shows ranging from Pinter to panto, Shaffer to Shakespeare, “Amadeus” to “`Allo `Allo!” There have been musicals, one-act play festivals, historical and contemporary drama and many, many comedies. We currently stage our productions at the Cecil Hepworth Theatre in Walton on Thames and for our more intimate offerings at The Ember Sports Club in Esher.
It takes all sorts to make a show – and you don`t have to be a Tony award-winning actor. Of course we`re always delighted to welcome new performers – but contributions are equally valuable backstage, front of house – or supporting our productions in other ways. Perhaps you`re considering learning a new skill – or extending an existing one. How do set or costume design appeal? What about scenery construction, prop-making, make-up, lighting or sound? Maybe there`s a play you`re bursting to direct (we`d give you lots of help and support).
The Ember Players is part of the Ember Sports Club. Our clubhouse has a subsidised bar, ample rehearsal space and storage areas for props and costumes. The sports club also has tennis, bowls and croquet sections. We offer a varied social programme which includes barbecues, play readings, theatre trips, quiz nights, local walks and the occasional murder mystery evening. Our summer barbecue took place indoors this year – but who cares about the weather if you`re having fun? If you`d like to discover a new `you` and make new friends as part of a committed, creative team, then we`d love to hear from you.
Contact: info@emberplayers.co.uk or Steve Clunn steveclunn@btinternet.com Tel: 07721 367910

 

Epsom Light Opera Company


Epsom

 

Fancy treading the boards yourself?
Or could you be scintillating with scenery, wonderful with wigs, or perfect for props? If life upon the wicked stage appeals to you, then ELOC would love to hear from you.
Charlie Hoddell Chairman 0208 399 1131
Julie Parker Friends Secretary 07894 603402

 

Epsom Players

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Epsom

 

01737 279289
Contact paul@epsomplayers.co.uk
Rehearsal venue: St.Martin’s Scout Hut (behind Teddies Nursery), Church Road, Epsom, Surrey KT17 4AB.
We are always looking for new members both for performing onstage and helping behind the scenes. If you would like to join please come and see us at a rehearsal please contact Paul Falconer - Chairman: paul@epsomplayers.co.uk or 01737 279289
Musicals, Plays, Cabarets
Age Range: Mainly 18-35 but all ages catered for
Rehearsals: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Sundays

 

Epsom Youth Theatre


Epsom

 

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Everyone’s Theatre Company (formerly Opera di Nepotist)


2, Berkeley Close, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. KT2 5AB

 

Lorna Baillie (Director) everyonestheatrecompany@gmail.com or text Lorna on 07914 359 195

 

Exit Co-operative Theatre Company


Croydon

 

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Exit Theatre Company

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Croydon

 

We are a Croydon based, voluntary, community theatre co-operative formed in April 2001. Our founder members have a great deal of experience working in local theatre in the area and beyond.
EXIT have a thoroughly professional attitude to the production of live theatre shows, which means that we strive to produce extremely high quality work that is accessible and affordable to all members of the local community. Alongside some very experienced and ex-professional actors and directors, we also encourage participation in our activities by those that have never been involved in theatre before.
We have received annual support grant funding for our activities from Croydon Council Cultural Services Department as well as the Association of London Government and have been awarded some sponsorship for past productions by the Lottery Grants Committee, 'Awards For All' and Nestlé. Other supporters include the Fairfield Halls and Hotel.
Our company is open to anyone (over the age of 18 years). Membership runs from April to April annually and is just £12 for waged and £6 concessionary, (unwaged, students, retired etc.). If you would like to join us, we will make you feel very welcome, please contact us. email

 

Exit Stage Left


Croydon

 

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Farnham Amateur Operatic Society


Farnham

 

Farnham Amateur Operatic Society welcomes anyone who would enjoy contributing in any way to our musical productions which take place twice a year. This could be through performance, working backstage, painting scenery or helping to steward in show week. Or, of course, taking turns in any of these activities!
Why not come and join us at rehearsal. Chorus rehearsals are on a Monday at the Methodist Church Hall, South Street, Farnham. Principal rehearsals are on a Wednesday at the United Reform Church, South Street, Farnham. We commence at 7:30pm, we have a short break for tea or coffee and biscuits and generally finish at 10:00pm. Then we adjourn to the local pub afterwards for a well earned pint (or whatever your tipple is) and a chat.
Please feel free to drop in, you don't have to join in, maybe just watch and listen, we hope to see you soon.
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Fasten Your Seatbelts

Fasten Your Seatbelts
www.fastenyourseatbelts.co.uk

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Guildford

 

Fasten Your Seatbelts is a local theatre company formed with the aim of producing small scale musicals and cabarets in Guildford and the surrounding areas. We debuted in July 2008 with three short musical revues for the Theatre Tent at Guilfest. We followed this with a sold out performance of Jason Robert Brown’s THE LAST FIVE YEARS, Stephen Sondheim’s COMPANY, four sold out performances of I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE, SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, THE FANTASTICKS and THE DROWSY CHAPERONE. We have also produced a courageous six 24hr musicals including THE PAJAMA GAME, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, MAME, THE PRODUCERS, ANNIE and HELLO DOLLY - not for the faint of heart. Following this we presented three cabarets of iconic America composers: William Finn, Kander and Ebb, and Maltby and Shire. We are currently working with a new cabaret of duets called MAKE IT A DOUBLE.
Contact: pippa@fastenyourseatbelts.co.uk

 

Genesis Chorale

Genesis Chorale
www.genesischorale.org.uk

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Pyrford/West Byfleet

 

New Members Always Welcome
Join Us – New members to the choir are always made very welcome. No Audition Necessary!
Rehearsals take place at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Pyrford on Mondays at 7:30pm.
Why not come along to some rehearsals and try us out?
You can always be assured of a friendly welcome.
For more details please email gchorale@outlook.com

 

Ghosts


Guildford

 

Ghosts was founded in 1983 by Patsy Prescott, an immunologist at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, to perform Gilbert & Sullivan's HMS Pinafore, working our way through most of the G&S 'repertoire' and in 1989 becoming responsible for the annual hospital pantomimes and raising over £15,000 for various causes related to Guildford hospitals - hence our original name of Guildford Hospitals Theatre (GHosTs) - now renamed simply "Ghosts".
As if two shows a year weren't enough for us, we decided to do something 'serious' in 1991, and performed our first choral concert - John Stainer's Crucifixion. Our annual concerts are now as much a part of our programme as our staged performances.
Ghosts are also delighted to be the 'regular' choir for the Radio Lion Christmas carol service broadcasts. We have also provided the chorus for several professional productions staged by the London Opera Players as well as winning a number of NODA (National Operatic & Dramatic Association) awards for our musicals.
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Glow Theatre Group


22 Colburn Avenue, Caterham, Surrey CR3 6HU
Call 01883 720167or email

 

Glow Theatre Group is an exciting independent drama project for young people aged between 8 and 16!
At Glow, we give children as many opportunities as possible to get up on stage and perform. We produce a number of full length plays each year, as well as taking in part in festivals and competitions, so our members are always working towards their next performance.
Glow Theatre Group productions are fun, entertaining and high quality. The training given at Glow is of a consistently high standard, so that whichever role the children are taking on in the current production, they will be well equipped to perform it to their audience.
Glow Theatre Group aims to produce excellent performances, and, through this, Glow children will discover the fun of performance, and the sense of achievement that comes from being a part of a success.

 

Godalming Operatic Society


Godalming

 

Godalming Operatic Society is always happy to welcome new members. Those with an interest in singing and performing on stage will enjoy participating in our shows. Each February we perform a Gilbert and Sullivan opera accompanied by a professional orchestra. We give six performances at The Borough Hall in Godalming and four performances at The Leatherhead Theatre. We also present a light hearted summer concert in early June, usually at The Electric Theatre in Guildford.
Apart from the enjoyment of performing on stage there is the benefit of professional and experienced musical direction (MD is Robin Wells, formerly Director of Music at Charterhouse, Robin has been MD since 1970). With experienced stage direction and choreography there is the opportunity to further develop performing art skills. We also have occasional workshops for members. Rehearsals for our G & S production begin during September on Monday evenings. Open auditions are held for principal roles; if successful you would be required to join the Society. We also welcome help with make-up, front of house and backstage.
Membership fees are very reasonable and there is no subscription fee payable for helpers. The Society is friendly and welcoming and has a large range of social activities for members to enjoy.
For more details please visit our website.
Contact Hon Secretary annebriangray@hotmail.com
Membership Secretary memb-sec@godalmingoperatic.org
Box Office lm.scanlon@virgin.net
For PR please contact Zoe : pr@godalmingoperatic.org

 

Godalming Theatre Group

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Godalming

 

01483 425556
Godalming Theatre Group is based in Godalming, Surrey, England. We produce three major productions a year - in the spring, autumn and at Christmas.
We are a thriving community theatre company involving people of all ages. As well as producing quality theatre that appeals to everyone, we also provide regular training for the young.
GTG is a registered charity managed by an experienced and dedicated team of volunteers.
We stage our productions at the Ben Travers Theatre, Charterhouse School, Godalming, Surrey. It is a professionally run theatre with audience seating for approximately 240.
Contact via website or email mad@dgibb5.wanadoo.co.uk

 

Good Company


Oxted

 

Good Company was formed in 2010 in order to produce small scale musicals to a very high standard. We have no membership stucture so we normally ask the cast to invest in the productions, with a view to their recouping that investment according to the success of the production.
In 2010 we presented A Man of No Importance and have just completed The Drowsy Chaperone, both to high critical acclaim. The cast of The Drowsy Chaperone all recouped their investment!
We are currently involved in a different venture; the World Premier of Olympus - The Musical, written by two Surrey composer/writers, which will be performed at the Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon and at the magical Minack Theatre, Cornwall in May 2012 to coincide with the start of the Olympic Torch relay from Land's End. This is an RSC Open Stages production and will be showcased at the Questors Theatre Ealing on Sun 22nd April as part of the Open Stages initiative. website
Contact Morven Rae, Administator 020 8660 6910 email - Box Office

 

Green Theatre Company

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New Malden
Barton Green Theatre, Elm Road, New Malden KT3 3HU

 

(020) 8942 0155 (Voicemail)
Email via website or here
Box Office: 07587 196378.
We are a Youth Theatre with members aged 14-25 in New Malden, Surrey. We are constantly looking for new actors, directors, backstage crew and audience members. If you have any other skills including building and set design we would also love to hear from you and have you join us! Please check the website and our facebook (Green Theatre Company) for auditions and performance dates. Please don't hesistate to contact me if you wish to know more about the Green Theatre Company.
Box Office Tel: 07587 196378

 

GSA - Guildford School of Acting

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Guildford

 

PART OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
As one of the UK’s leading drama schools for student satisfaction (2014 National Student Survey), our mission is to enable our students and staff to work at the forefront of their profession.
Guildford School of Acting, Stag Hill Campus, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH
General Enquiries:
gsaenquiries@gsa.surrey.ac.uk
01483 68 4040

 

Guildford Amateur Theatre Association

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Guildford

 

Guildford Amateur Theatre Association, or GATA is an umbrella organisation of almost 20 groups, promoting the interests of amateur theatre and public education in the dramatic arts in and around Guildford.
GATA is an umbrella organisation with about 20 societies and groups including theatre and opera companies, singing and youth groups, as well as dancers and film makers.
If you would like to get involved, we suggest getting in touch with the groups directly.
Chairman chairman@gata.org.uk
Secretary secretary@gata.org.uk
Treasurer treasurer@gata.org.uk
Membership Secretary membership@gata.org.uk
Social Media/Data Officer media@gata.org.uk

 

Guildford Opera

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Guildford

 

We are a very friendly welcoming company of singers, always on the lookout for new members, especially tenors!
We perform one major stage production a year, choosing either an Opera or Operetta.
In addition, we perform concerts at various venues in and around Guildford, taking music into the community, serving especially those people that might not be able to visit the Electric Theatre for our main production.
Guildford Opera was formed in 1971 with the aim of presenting a wide range of grand opera and operetta to Guildford audiences. Now our repertoire is extremely varied and includes musicals and concerts. Our directors and designers always ensure a production that is entertaining to watch, fun to perform and above all enjoyable. The cast is selected through open auditions, and frequently includes rising stars of the London professional opera scene, and young singers straight out of music college. We rehearse at Merrow Methodist Church Hall, Bushey Hill Drive, Merrow, every Wednesday evening from 7.30 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. Our productions require non-performing members to help with set design, backstage crew, scenery painting, and administration such as publicity. If you join us, you can enjoy a new social life with a series of events varied enough to appeal to every taste, ranging from theatre visits to dinner parties. Why not have a chat with our Membership Secretary Cheryl Humphrey at memgoc@guildfordopera.com or Secretary at secretary@guildfordopera.com

 

Guildburys Theatre Company

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Guildford

 

Guildburys are renowned for bringing innovative and exciting shows to The Electric Theatre
Guildbury Theatre Company have been performing in the Guildford area since 1963 and produce high quality shows across broad spectrum of genres. We have a membership of around 100 who range in age from 12 - 80. We always welcome new members, be they actors, back-stagers or those who just want to have social fun with a friendly group of enthusiasts.
Applications are welcome from anyone who wishes to join us. Whether you are an 'old pro' or want to walk the boards for the first time, if you want to get involved or simply enjoy the theatre and enjoy socialising please contact us. All ages and levels of experience are welcome at our auditions and no preference to existing members is given, we cast the best person for the role.
If you wish to help out backstage making costumes, designing scenery, lights or sound then do also call us - we would love to hear from you. We are a fun group with a lively social scene off stage, give us a call and get involved. Contact us for more details and membership.
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Guildford Youth Theatre


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Guildford

 

The Guildford Youth Theatre is open to young people who are passionate about performing and wish to be part of an exciting company of young actors staging some of the greatest musicals ever written. Previous experience is not necessary, but commitment and a love of performing are essential.
The Guildford Youth Theatre gives young performers the opportunity to work with a professional creative team in a professional theatre. Professional scenery and costumes will be hired in for the week of public performances and a highly skilled technical team will ensure that our talented young performers not only experience a professional theatrical environment, but that they also create shows of the highest calibre.
Contact: To enrol email enquiries@guildfordyouththeatre.co.uk

 


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