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A Chocolate Theatre



We are a new musical theatre society located in Swindon, Wilts which is in the South West of England. The society was created in January 2010 by founder members Phil Corcoran, Kevin Kearns & myself, Michaela Kearns. We are all \’seasoned\’ actors, with a real passion for theatre. After performing with several other societies, we recognised a real opportunity, whereby we wanted to create one unique society, using the creme de la creme from various other societies & musical bands thus creating a very strong, talented company of people, all from different backgrounds - & here we are today!


A Little Dramatic

A Little Dramatic




A little dramatic is a after school drama club for children aged 6-14 years old. We strive to coach children key skills within drama to build their confidence, imagination skills, concentration, discipline and teamwork. We do this with engaging fun classes. The children will work on scripts and performance techniques to put on their very own performance to show their guardians. They will also learn the key skills needed to prepare for Lamda/Trinity exams. At a little dramatic we strive to extend the children's knowledge within the performing arts industry ready for school and further education.

A Little Dramatic

Contact: alittledramatic.info@gmail.com







Athelstan Players



The Athelstan Players is Malmesbury’s local amateur dramatic group, started over 60 years ago and still going strong today. We are lucky enough to have our own drama studio (opposite the football club behind Somerfields), where we rehearse twice a week for the current production, occasionally perform, and once in a while get out the fizzy pop for a good old knees up.
We try to put on at least four productions a year, a Carnival Revue, and a Christmas show, which usually involves everyone and anyone, young and old. Also a full-length play, or music hall, or series of One Act plays. Each year we enter a one act play for the All England One Act Play Festival, where we compete against other local amateur drama groups and usually come away with a trophy or two or three or four!
We are also pleased to be invited to, and happy to entertain at, some of the local retirement homes at Christmas and Easter, and you will often see us with our charity bucket warbling a few carols at the Christmas Late Night Shopping evening in the High Street.
We are always looking for new members to join us and give our audiences some new faces to look at, so if you’ve not had a go since school, come and have a go now!
We also welcome anyone with a yearning to direct, pull curtains, sew costumes or shift scenery. There’s always something to do (sense of humour a big asset).
If you want to know more about becoming a member or patron please contact us via our website or social media


Athenaeum Limelight Players




The Athenaeum Limelight Players welcome new members of all ages.
If you are interested in joining the group, please contact us via our website or social media


Athenaeum Masqueraders


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We are based at the historic Athenaeum Centre in Warminster


We welcome all ages and abilities and put on up to 3 shows each year.
Contact: ath.masqueraders@gmail.com


Bogtrotter Productions

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Bogtrotter Productions is a not for profit young people's theatre company all working together to create theatre projects.
Bogtrotter Productions was founded by Tom Humphreys after producing a pantomime in his final year of school
For more information please contact us on bogtrotterproductions@outlook.com



Compton Bassett


We put on normally two productions a year. The company has been going for 14 years. They have done everything from comedy, drama, thrillers and reviews/musicals.


Clarendon Players (The)

Clarendon Players

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The Memorial Hall, Station Road, Royal Wootton Bassett, Swindon

The Clarendon Players have been Royal Wootton Bassett's drama group since 1969. We aim to produce three full-length plays every year in March, June and November. We are a friendly, welcoming and sociable group, our aim is to have fun, enjoy what we are performing and entertain our audiences.
We meet every Wednesday at 7.30pm in The Memorial Hall, Station Road, Royal Wootton Bassett. We usually finish around 10pm. Our members come from all walks of life and all age groups from 18 upwards. No experience is needed, and we do not hold auditions to join our group. All you need is enthusiasm and a willingness to take part either on the stage or back stage.
For more information please email: clarendon.committee@gmail.com


Compton Hall Amateur Dramatics Society (CHADS)

Benson Hall, Compton Bassett, Nr Calne, Wiltshire. SN11 8RQ


Comedy, drama, farce, thrillers, reviews
Age Range: from 17 upwards
Rehearsals: Mondays and Thursday starting approx 3 months prior to production
A friendly group always happy to welcome new members from Lyneham, Calne and other local areas and surrounding villages.
C.H.A.D.S. is an amateur drama group formed in 1996 by Christine Lawrence in the Compton Hall, Compton Bassett from which it derived it's name. Chris has had extensive experience in amateur theatre
The group currently stages two shows a year, usually in late spring and late autumn and past productions have included A Christmas Carol, 'Allo, 'Allo!, Dad's Army, Wait Until Dark, The House of Dracula, Billy Liar and No Sex Please We're British!
Their repertoire can be described as eclectic and have sucessfully presented musical revues, drama's, comedies, thrillers, old time music halls and farces, all to geat acclaim.
They are always looking to welcome new members to this friendly group so if you are of a theatrical bent and over the age of seventeen, why not give them a call or visit one of their reheasals? Each production is always great fun and there are many aspects of theatre which you may be able to help with if treading the boards is not your thing. If you're interested and are worried because you have no experience there will always be someone to hold your hand and guide you through your first steps towards becoming the next Gielgud!
For further information contact us via our website or social media


Coombe Bissett &
Homington Drama Group

Coombe Bissett


The club generally puts on a pantomime in the village hall during the first week of December and a play in May. Local people hoping to act in a major or minor role are most welcome, including any newcomers of any age who, as yet, haven’t smelt the greasepaint or heard the roar of the crowd. We are always looking for new faces to help us with plays and pantomimes. Rehearsals are as much fun as the performances, and it is a good way to make new friends. If you live in the Chalke Valley, the Salisbury area or further away and would like to join us contact us via our website or social media


Danuki Grasshopper

Danuki Grasshopper




Danuki Grasshopper is a creative ensemble of theatre makers; fusing minds, voices, cultures and disciplines to develop exciting new theatrical experiences which inspire artists to take their work to new levels.
Through movement, dance, improvisation, multimedia, comedy, spoken word and visual imagery; our theatrical performances are beautifully real and raw, vibrant, explosive, thought provoking and inclusive.
Danuki Grasshopper not only creates new theatrical plays, experiences and projects. It also provides a creative platform for young local artists to work together every week as an ensemble. A space to collaborate, experience and experiment with their own new inventions. Danuki Sessions are an opportunity for young creatives to grow, take risks and showcase their own imaginations and develop into the practitioners of the future.
Our ensemble also work in partnership with schools and colleges to inspire students to take a step into the world of theatre and take on professional roles. Our work with GCSE and A Level students is an inspiring tool for them to think big, attempt the impossible and create new exciting theatre like never before.
Danuki Grasshopper has also worked within primary education to promote creative teaching and learning approaches, and led whole school topics which take the children on an unforgettable journey.
If you would like to join Danuki Grasshopper then feel free to contact the director at any time:
A) Danuki Sessions - If you are 15-25 then you can join us every week to create new theatre, skill share and make your own projects a reality. Performers, dancers, students, film makers, animators, actors, directors and scriptwriters - here you can be whoever you want to be and achieve anything within the working ensemble.
B) Danuki Education - If you are a school who would like to work with us or feel that we can offer your students a burst of inspiration then please feel free to get in touch. We have worked from Nursery to University, and our workshops and support have always contributed to making a difference to both the teaching and learning.
C) Danuki Shows - We are always looking for performers, producers and stage hands to take part in our productions. Our auditions are open and we are always excited to work with new people in order to develop our own work.
Contact via our website or social media


Deverills Players

Deverill Valley


The Deverills Players have had tremendous recent successes with Alice in Wylyeland (2012) and Entertaining Angels (2013). We exist to promote and perform great drama in the Deverill Valley. Look out for details of the Deverills Festival next year!
Contact via our website or social media


Heddington Amateur Dramatic Society

Heddington Amateur Dramatic Society



Rehearsals are in in the Charles Willis Hall Heddington
Mondays : 7-30pm to 9pm.
Thursdays: 7-30pm to 9pm.

Contact via our website or social media


Highworth ADS (HADS)



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Immanuel Dramatic Society



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Jubilee Players


Bratton, Westbury


Based in Bratton, Wiltshire; the Jubilee Players were formed in 1996
There are now 12+ members who will perform on stage and many others who are strictly backstage or front of house!
In the past, the format has been two performances a year:
In the Spring, a production comprising of one/two short sketches with a meal served in the interval.
In the Autumn, a full two/three act play is produced - normally a Comedy/Farce.
We are always looking for new members and we will welcome all comers; young or second youth.
We meet at 8pm on Wednesdays in the Jubilee Hall - Melbourne Street, Bratton, Nr Westbury BA13 4RW (Don't worry what standard you feel you can achieve, we just want you to come and join us!)
Come along one evening, see who we are, who does what, and make some new friends!


Malmesbury Fringe Theatre

Malmesbury Fringe Theatre




Malmesbury Fringe Theatre group meet in Malmesbury. Our first production is the Vicar of Dibley which we are putting on in March 2017. We would love to hear from you if you'd like to take part in this exciting production which will be lots of fun. Auditions for principal and walk on parts as well as crew are on 2 Nov 16.
Contact: malmesburyfringetheatre@gmail.com


Maskers Theatre Company

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The Maskers Theatre company was started in 1968 and has its own premises - a studio theatre and workshop, with a bar area where members and guests can relax and enjoy a drink with friends and where smaller meetings and social events take place.
We consistently stage a full annual programme of productions and events. Our principal venues are: Our own Studio Theatre in Shirley, on the edge of Southampton; Hamptworth Lodge, near Romsey, in July with an open air production; and the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton, in January or February; we also occasionally put on performances in various other locations.
Members are involved in all activities from acting and directing, through technical disciplines of lighting and sound, to the commercial and marketing side of the business. We always welcome new members and details of our past, present and future productions can be found on our website.
Contact: maskers@maskers.org.uk


Melksham Music and Drama



Melksham Music and Drama, formally known as "The Melksham Comedy Club". The club/society was founded in 1969 and at the time was a a group of people that wanted to entertain audiences in and around Melksham.
We put on three shows a year, one panto in the early part of the year, then we start rehearsing for our next show which we perform in may and then straght into rehearsals for our september show.
Currently we have around 30 members but we are always looking for new talent and not just on stage, we also need people to work backstage, with lights, sound and stage managment, we always welcome help with scenery preparation.
Contact via email info@mmad.org.uk
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Mere Amateur Dramatic Society (MADS)



email: info@merelitfest.co.uk


Micro Musicals

Gorse Hill Baptist Church, Cricklade Road, Swindon


Micro Musicals, the local amateur theatre group, is looking for performers.We need performers in a wide range of ages, although in line with existing policy we don\’t have child members. Previous performing experience is not necessary, although of course it’s always helpful.
Contact via our website or social media


Musical Theatre Salisbury

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Musical Theatre Salisbury has existed for over 100 years. In 2012 we changed our name from Salisbury Amateur Operatic Society, to reflect what we now aim to achieve, which is to produce two fully-staged and costumed musical shows per year in Salisbury. Our repertoire varies widely, from classic Broadway shows to contemporary musicals, as well as the much-loved Gilbert and Sullivan operettas.
We meet in The Salisbury (Castle Street) Social Club, Scots Lane, Salisbury. Regular rehearsals are held there on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:30 – 10:00pm. (Rehearsals of course become more frequent nearer a show week.)
Contact via website or mtssec@hotmail.co.uk


Neston Drama Group

Neston Drama Group




We are a group of people aged between 18 and 80 who meet every Thursday at7.45pm at Neston Memorial Hall. The group has been going since 1977 and we still have one founder member involved. We aim to put on two productions a year ranging from comedy to classics, you name it, we’ll have a go! However, we are not much into opera and musicals as we do not currently have enough bodies to do that sort of thing, and perhaps not the talent either!. We have patrons who support us and receive free tickets to performances and we enjoy other social activities during the year to which our patrons are invited. We are always looking for new faces to put on stage, some of us original members are getting a bit old to pass for ‘20’ besides which it is always a good thing to get new faces up there and stop our audiences becoming bored with the ‘same old’! Of course you don’t need to act to become involved. We are always on the lookout for talent to undertake back stage jobs too and we are trying to put together a ‘friends’ list – people who are willing to help us during the production week but don’t want to get involved full time, eg serving teas, selling programmes etc. So whichever way you choose to get involved you can always be assured of a warm welcome. We would love to hear from you.
Contact via our website or social media


Oddity Theatre




Contact mailbox@odditytheatre.co.uk


Old Town Theatre Company (The)



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Since the Old Town Theatre Company was set up in 1992, we have added another dimension to the drama scene in Swindon. With a particular focus on the works of contemporary playwrights, our aims are to provide a variety of entertainment that will appeal to a more adventurous theatre goer. We are based at the Arts Centre, Devizes Road, Old Town, Swindon. We welcome anyone interested in any aspect of the theatre, including: acting, directing, lighting, sound, set design and backstage work. We cover a variety of activities such as plays and workshops. In addition to our annual season, we also regularly enter the Harold Jolliffe One Act Play Festival. This is the Swindon round of the All England Theatre Festival. We’ve enjoyed great success in this competition. OTTC has established itself as Swindon's most ambitious and innovative theatre company.


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