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Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

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Glasgow

 

Scotland's National Conservatoire. We deliver expert training in Music, Drama, Dance, Production and Screen.

 

Runway Theatre Company

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Lanarkshire
22 Mannering Road, GLASGOW G41 3SW

 

We produce a spring musical each year. Our policy is to present new or rarely performed works and our productions have included the Scottish Premières of The Drowsy Chaperone and Lend Me A Tenor and the Scottish Amateur Première of Whistle Down the Wind.
Robert Fyfe Chairman Tel : 0141 632 4370
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Box Office: online 07801 048527
Runway Theatre Company Booking Manager, Susan B Russell, 13 Highburgh Drive, Glasgow G73 3RR

 

Rutherglen Repertory Theatre


Lanarkshire

 

0844 357 0247

 

Scene 2
www.scene-2.co.uk

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Stirling

 

Scene-2 is an adult amateur musical variety group, based in Stirling in Scotland.
It was established in 1999 by the late Stan Collingwood and our first musical director Forrester Pike.
We are a small group that always welcomes new members. The group at the moment has a cast of about 40 members and other members who support 'behind the scenes'.
Our main performance is in early September at the Cowane Centre in Stirling. We also give concert parties and sing carols in the Thistles Shopping Centre for charity.
We also have a very active social side to the group including social evenings, quiz nights and travelling together to other shows.
Contact: info@scene-2.co.uk

 

Scottish Community Arts


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33 Sealock Court, Grangemouth FK3 0HQ

 

Scotland's community creative and performance arts are richer and more diverse than ever before and we are here to network and promote with and for it all
National online network promoting community creative performing and performance arts across Scotland.
From amateur dramatic groups and craft circles to film projects and singers we are here to promote all of Scotland's voluntary and community arts and to help build an online network to support each other and share our work.
Contact: 07954173842 or hello@scottishcommunityarts.com

 

Scottish Community Drama Association

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Suite 88, Stirling Enterprise Park, FK7 7RP Stirling
Telephone: 01786 440077

 

Scottish Community Drama encourages the development of theatre arts in the volunteer-led sector.
Our mission is to encourage the development of theatre arts in the volunteer-led sector. We will do this through promoting high quality standards and best practice amongst our members and support communities to express themselves through their creative endeavours. We will ensure that community drama has a ‘voice’ in the wider context of arts in Scotland through advocacy and partnership working
Membership is open to any dramatic society in Scotland and to any individual anywhere who sympathises with the aims of the Association.

 

Selkirk Amateur Operatic Society

Selkirk

 

SELKIRK AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY
Or 'The Opera' as the Society is more commonly known.
Selkirk Opera has been entertaining the folk of Selkirk and the Borders with light opera and musicals for more than 80 years.
The Company meets to rehearse on Tuesday and Wednesday nights in the Selkirk High School Music Department (the big building in front of the High School) at 7.00pm during the winter months.
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Shazam Theatre Company

Shazam Theatre Company
www.shazamtheatrecompany.co.uk

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Aberdeen

 

Shazam Theatre Company makes drama accessible to many young people in the North-East of Scotland and uses drama as a way to develop young people’s confidence, creativity and social skills. Over the past two years our performances have included “Bugsy Malone” and “The Wizard of Oz” at the newly renovated Tivoli Theatre, “Too Fast” which was performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer, “The Musicians” and “Remote” as part of the National Theatre’s “Connection’s” festival and many other productions. Finalists for a number of national awards, Shazam now boasts a 50-strong cast of young people who attend their five youth theatres.
Contact: info@shazamtheatrecompany.co.uk or 07799058495

 

SLTG Productions

Scottish Wide

 

Musical Theatre, Plays, Pantomimes
Age Range: 16 for adult company - 5 to 15 for junior company
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St Andrews Amateur Operatic Society

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St. Andrews

 

We have been performing amateur shows and providing entertainment in St Andrews for over 60 years. Founded in 1939 the society was unable to perform its first show for a number of years, this was mainly due to the Second World War. Finally in 1947 the society was to perform its first show "The Pirates of Penzance" and has continued to entertain the residents of St Andrews ever since. In 2002 St Andrews Musical Society began performing its shows at the Byre Theatre St Andrews after moving here from the Town Hall.
The aim of the society is to provide musical entertainment to the local population of St. Andrews, while at the same time provide a society for those people who have an interest in acting, singing, dancing or stage work in which they can join.
For further information please contact our Secretary by email

 

St. Joseph’s Players

Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire

 

Original Full Length Plays, One Act Plays, Pantomimes & Musicals
Age Range: Anyone aged 16+
Rehearsals: Every Sunday
We are an award winning amateur dramatics group, who meet every Sunday. The group is open to anyone aged 16+ who wants to get involved in amateur drama, be it on stage or behind the scenes.

 

STAIR PLAYERS

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EAST AYRSHIRE

 

Contact: Geoff Brierley trabbochmains@icloud.com

 

Starlight Musical Theatre

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Inverness

 

Starlight Musical Theatre, one of the finest and most professional amateur musical theatre companies in the Highlands. Our company has become renowned for pushing the boundaries of amateur theatre, leaving audiences amazed by the talent, the high level of production quality and the general professionalism of our musicals. We love what we do, and whether you fancy coming to see one of our shows or joining our company, we reckon you will too.
Whilst the Company is mainly for adult performers we feel that where and when appropriate children and youth should be included as it is our aim is to encourage and stimulate from a young age the disciplines of music, drama and dance.
We feel that it is an excellent opportunity for both the young and the more mature to experience performing in a professional theatre.?
You need have no experience just a strong commitment, stamina and the ability to listen and learn?.?
If you are interested in joining us, please contact us for more information.
Contact: starlightmusicaltheatre@live.co.uk
Box Office: 01463234234

 

Stewarton Drama Group

Stewarton Drama Group
www.stewarton-drama-group.co.uk

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SDG Premises, Corsehillbank Street, Stewarton, Ayrshire, KA3 5BA

 

If you are over 18 and would like to find out more about getting involved next season drop into the SDG Premises, Corsehillbank Street, Stewarton, Ayrshire, KA3 5BA from 7.30pm. This will be a great chance to come along, see round the premises, have a chat with existing members, and find out more about the Group’s planned productions for the new drama season. Whether you fancy treading the boards, helping out backstage, making costumes, singing and dancing in the pantomime chorus, or simply supporting the Group by becoming a Patron you’ll be made very welcome.
email stewartondramagroup@hotmail.co.uk

 

Stonehaven Ury Players

Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire

 

Who are Stonehaven Ury Players?
In the 1930s and 40s, Stonehaven Junior Unionist Association entertained the local community with a variety of concerts.
In 1954, the company became independent under the name of Ury Players, and has continued to entertain the local community with a wide range of drama, music and variety over the decades.
In the 1970s and 80s, the company was large and thriving and was able to stage ambitious musical productions such as 'South Pacific' and 'My Fair Lady'.
Today, with a much smaller company, the Ury Players continue to keep up the tradition of Pantomime (which continues to be our most popular show), as well as entering the Scottish Community Drama Association festival of One Act plays, and occasionally presenting evenings of varied dramatic pieces.
The Stonehaven Youth Theatre also joined in many of the productions over the years, until they folded in 2000.
Recent years have seen some troubled times for our group with the loss of our rehearsal and storage space due to vandalism. Finally, in summer 2008 we were able to acquire a secure storage space for all our props and backdrops and have now been happily rehearsing in the South Church Hall for many years.
Why do we do this?
Well basically, because we enjoy our hobby! Whether we have lead roles or chorus, whether we are backstage, onstage or front of house there is a lot of fun in amateur dramatics! Whatever role we take, our members are willing to give up time and energy to produce entertainment of a very high standard for the Aberdeenshire community.
Unlike many other groups we do not audition for members, anyone can come and take part whatever their abilities either performing or backstage. If you would like to join, or would like more information please fill out the Contact Form or phone 01569 763524.
Please note, you must be aged 14 or over at the time of production
Contact email or Freda 01569 763524

 

Studio Theatre Group

Studio Theatre Group

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Aberdeen

 

Est. 1960s
Studio Theatre Group are an Aberdeen based company that perform a varied type of theatre from comedies to tragedies both modern and classic.
Contact: stg.aberdeen@gmail.com

 

Studio 32 Theatre Company


South Lanarkshire

 

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Studio 32 was established in 1985 by two 16 year old schoolgirls, desperate to participate in theatre. As the name suggests, original productions were limited to smaller studio style formats but as the club grew in numbers and ambition, musical theatre became a reality and in 1992 the club performed it's first production in the Village Theatre, "The Matchgirls". The opening of the East Kilbride Arts Centre in 1994 provided Studio 32 with another superb outlet for smaller scale productions and the club have performed more shows in the Arts Centre than any other company. "Bondagers" was the club's 75th production across 22 years, and throughout that time over 24 thousand people have enjoyed our shows. Today the club membership stands at over 70 and with seven productions planned for 2008, Studio 32 continues to be one of the most productive amateur companies in the whole of Scotland. Studio 32's mission has remained clear throughout, to provide the opportunity for anyone to participate in all aspects and styles of theatre and to have fun while doing so......if you are interested in joining us please contact us by clicking on the committee button at the top of the page. We hold rehearsals up to three times a week with Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday being the appointed days. We also on occasion ask new members to audition so as to have a greater understanding of ability, this would be explained in advance.

 

Sweet for Addicts


Glasgow

 

Sweet For Addicts is an organisation involving people whose lives have been touched by addiction and have used the arts as a cathartic therapy. The people who perform with Sweet For Addicts have connection with addiction through themselves, a loved one, friend, acquaintance or a family member. They could have connections through knowing these people or be addicts themselves but the most important part of the organisation is that the Arts are seen as part of their recovery. That recovery allows them to participate in an activity designed to examine the humanity of man whilst enjoying the company of people who have similar stories to tell and hopes to share.
Getting Involved
We welcome people from all backgrounds and no experience is necessary.
We do not hold auditions, so if you want to be involved, and you can commit to attending rehearsals, we'd love to hear from you.
We always need people that can help out with the stage, set and props, so if (at first!) you don't want to be on stage, backstage help is always needed and appreciated!
We aim to enjoy ourselves, stretch ourselves and put on the best shows we can - if that sounds good contact us via our website

 

Take A Bow

Take A Bow
www.takeabowkilmarnock.com

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Kilmarnock

 

Take a Bow musical theatre group provide classes to children from 5-19yrs of age, we are non-discriminatory in our registration process and include children from various backgrounds and abilities. We endorse creativity, fun, learning and confidence building with safe professional practice within safe and accessible environments. We are based in Kilmarnock Ayrshire and have expanded into South Glasgow to provide a class for children with profound special needs and it is our aim to further extend to include a wider radius within Ayrshire and East Renfrewshire. Our organisation is non-profit making and is run by a management committee.
Contact: 07850542621 / 07846241677
enquiries@takeabowkilmarnock.com

 

The Barony Players


Bo'ness, West Lothian

 

The Barony Players formed as a group in 1954.Their dream of having a theatre space of their very own was realised in 1964 when they acquired the oldBorrowstoun Primary School on an annual lease basis. The Players worked tirelessly and transformed the old school into a small theatre, opening their doors in 1966 with a production of "The Amorous Prawn". Although improvements to the theatre have taken place many of the original features are still present a testament to the dedication and hard work of the founder members. We now have a 25 year lease of the building from Falkirk Council.
All the theatre tasks are carried out by the members who willingly volunteer their time to keep the theatre up and running. It is hard work and new members are always welcome, just come along on a Wednesday night after 7.30 pm, lend a hand, audition for an acting role, whatever your skills they will be valued. We are a registered charity, and are members of the Scottish Community Drama Association and The Little Theatre Guild.
Box Office phone: 01506 829197
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For general enquires contact Wendy Turner on 01506 824414 or wturner_98@hotmail.com
For Youth Theatre enquiries contact Jamie O'Rourke on 01324 870419 or 07954173842 or email jamieorourke@live.co.uk

 

The Drama Company

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Dumfries

 

Age Range: 3-18
Classes: We run every Monday & Thursday during school term time
The Drama Company is a fun filled, community theatre group that offers exciting drama classes to children and teens of all ages. All classes are buzzing with a friendly, enthusiastic atmosphere and are always on the lookout to welcome new talent into our big family! Our classes promote learning and development in a wide variety of drama based areas including improvisation, script writing, singing, dancing, stage fighting, make-up, costumes and much more. The Drama Company has also helped many children develop their speech, language & social skills. It is a fantastic and safe environment for increasing confidence, boosting self-esteem and of course….making new friends.
Contact: Emma Turley
Email: emmacturley@hotmail.co.uk
Mobile: 07766900932

 

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Edinburgh

 

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The Edinburgh Makars

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Edinburgh

 

We have been going since the 1930s and regularly perform in the Edinburgh Fringe.
The present club was formed in May 1996 by the amalgamation of two long standing Edinburgh drama clubs - The Makars and Davidson's Mains Dramatic Club (DMDC). In 2002 the new club formally adopted the name The Edinburgh Makars.
We usually put on two or three full-scale productions a year, one of which is in the Edinburgh Fringe, as well as other one or two night performances primarily intended for club members and friends. There are regular clubnights on the first Monday of each month with a variety of events including playreadings and workshops, as well as occasional theatre visits and other social occasions.
We are a registered Scottish charity (SCO20999) and are a member of the Scottish Community Drama Association. We have clubrooms in Brunswick Street Lane as well as a costume and scenery store. We welcome new members aged 18 or over. You can find out more and contact our Secretary through our website.
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The Grads

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Edinburgh

 

We've been putting on theatre productions in Edinburgh for 60 years. We tend to do four a year. A mix of contemporary to classic.
We're always on the lookout for new people to get involved and auditions are open to everyone. So, whether you're interested in appearing on stage or keeping busy behind the scenes, do get in touch. We'd love to hear from you.
Contact: hello@egtg.co.uk

 

The Livingston Players

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Livingston

 

The Livingston Players is fully affiliated to The National Operatic and Dramatic Association and The Scottish Community Drama Association and over the years, we have won numerous drama awards for our quality of acting, production and staging, but we continue to strive for improvement in all areas.
The Livingston Players perform three productions each year. One is a musical generally performed in the last week in May, and the other two are plays produced in January and October. We perform our shows in the refurbished Brian Duguid Auditorium at Howden Park Centre - a 300 seat custom built auditorium with full restaurant and bar facilities.
Our rehearsals are on a Monday and Thursday evenings starting at 7.30pm usually at Carmondean Community Centre, Deans, Livingston.
Contact: president@livingstonplayers.org.uk secretary@livingstonplayers.org.uk Membership friends@livingstonplayers.org.uk

 

The Lyric Club

The Lyric Club

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Glasgow

 

The Lyric Club is an amateur club based in Glasgow whose members range from 16 years onwards.
The Club stages musicals - usually one per year in The Kings Theatre/Theatre Royal in Glasgow
Minimum age is 16 years of age by first night of show.
Rehearsals are on Monday nights (7.30 - 10pm) and on some Sunday afternoons from 2.30pm
Rehearsals are held in 59 Burnbank Terrace, Glasgow G20 6UQ. Sunday rehearsals are in the United Reform Church, 111 Moss-side Road, Glasgow G41 3TP
Our Noda region is Scotland
Club Secretary is Morven McCallum
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The Lyric Musical Society

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Aberdeen

 

In 1952, the Aberdeen New Light Opera Company, which had produced three Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, found themselves unable to continue, partly because the Aberdeen Opera Company were already too well established in the Gilbert and Sullivan market. However, one of its members, the young lawyer Frank Connon, and three friends, called a public meeting to consider setting up a new company to perform a wider range of shows, and on the 17th of June 1952 the Lyric Musical Society of Aberdeen was formed with Mr Connon as its first secretary. The first show, produced in May 1953 at Powis School theatre, was "Merrie England", to celebrate Coronation Year, followed in 1954 by "The Bartered Bride" in the High School Assembly Hall.
After the success of the first two shows in School halls, the Society decided to take the considerable financial risk of moving to His Majesty's Theatre for the 1955 production of "Pink Champagne", a move which was justified by 'House Full' signs on the closing night. For several years, light opera was the theme of the Society's productions, until 1964, when the production of "Showboat" heralded a change of emphasis to more modern musicals, which are now the mainstay of the Society. Among the early shows, major highlights were "The Merry Widow" in 1959 and "Tales of Hoffman " in 1965, and the Society reverted to operetta once more when they celebrated their Silver Jubilee in 1977 with "The Great Waltz".
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The Mercators

The Mercators
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Edinburgh

 

Founded in 1936, The Mercators are one of Edinburgh's oldest amateur drama clubs and are active members of the Scottish Community Drama Association. Apart from regularly appearing in the Festival Fringe, we “tour” our Fringe productions and also compete in the annual S.C.D.A. One Act Competition.
Contact: alanrichardson@clara.co.uk

 

The MGA Academy


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Balgreen Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2RZ

 

A unique centre of excellence for Full & Part-Time Performing Arts training including SQA Accreditation and CDET Recognised Status.
Contact: Email: info@themgaacademy.com Call/Fax: 0131 466 9392207

 

The Minerva Club


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The Minerva Clubrooms, 59 Burnbank Terrace, Glasgow, G20 6UQ

 

The Minerva Club performed their first show in Glasgow in 1927 and are one of the few amateur clubs in Glasgow to own their own premises. We are a warm, friendly club and are always happy to welcome new members. The Club rehearses in the West End of Glasgow every Wednesday and have annual performances each November.
Contact: Membership enquiries: clubsecretary@theminervaclub.com,
Tickets: tickets@theminervaclub.com,
All other enquiries: generalsecretary@theminervaclub.com,
Telephone Number: 07787794826

 

THE NEW VICTORY PLAYERS

East Kilbride

 

New Victory Players is an established amateur drama club which has members from all over the south-side of Glasgow and beyond. The club has been staging several productions a year since 1945. These usually comprise two full length plays (normally one in May and one in November) at The Village Theatre in East Kilbride, plus one or two entries in the Scottish Community Drama Association annual one-a...See More
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The Twilighters

The Twilighters
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Edinburgh

 

Who are The Twilighters?

A note from Producer / Director
LAURA JORDAN REED

I've been involved in all aspects of musical theatre since the early 80s, starting in Glasgow and moving to Edinburgh in the early 90s. I've performed many key roles over the years and directed upwards of 30 musical productions with various companies in and around Edinburgh - large and small.

I have always dreamt of starting my own production company where I could choose the pieces, the people, the venues - basically call all the shots! This is my second production under the banner of my own production company. It was given its name simply because I have been on and around musical theatre for nearly 40 years, and I’m only 45 now, I think that’s called ‘artistic licence’!
Contact: via website, thetwilighters15@gmail.com or Facebook

 

Theatre Alba Leisure Group


www.theatrealba.com

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Portobello, Edinburgh

 

A very successful acting / rehearsal group which began 20 years ago.
The group is open to all between the ages of 18 and 80, of all experience levels, including professional, semi-professional and amateur actors. The group re-forms annually to create 1 or 2 productions over a 6 month period.
Acting skills are learned and developed by rehearsing with a professional director for an actual production.
If you want something rewarding and inspiring to do after your nineto-five job or daily routine, we'd like to hear from you. While it may only be for a bit of fun and recreation, the Leisure Company has attained a reputation for the production of plays to a very high standard in Edinburgh halls and venues and occasionally at the Edinburgh Fringe.
No Experience Necessary
No Auditions
A Place For Anyone Over Age 18
The 2015-16 rehearsals will take place in Portobello
Address:
St John’s Church Hall, Brighton Place, Portobello, Edinburgh EH15 1LP
Wednesday Evenings 8.00-10.00pm
First Meeting 23 September
As the rehearsals are professionally directed, there is a small cost which averages out at £5 per rehearsal.
Contact: fill in the form on our website and we will email you more information.
www.theatrealba.com

 

Theatre Guild

Glasgow

 

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Today Theatre Guild stands as one of the most highly respected musical theatre companies in Glasgow. We are an adult club offering full membership to those aged 16 or over - but we do need child performers from time to time. While never financially 'well off' the club continues to maintain an incredibly high production standard by reinvesting any surplus cash into the following production - we even manage to make charitable donations on a regular basis! The current constitution was expertly written by Wilson Paterson in 1997 and provides guidance for the committee and membership. We have a reputation as a friendly club free of favouritism and 'cliques' with a VERY active social life! We owe our continued success to our members and committee who together strive to ensure that Theatre Guild Glasgow will continue to provide first class entertainment to our patrons.

 

Theatre South Productions

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Glasgow

 

Over the years, the club have staged everything from classics of the Broadway canon and cult rock operas, to musical versions of Adam Sandler films.
They’ve garnered praise from industry giants, enjoyed prime-time television coverage, raised thousands of pounds for charity, wowed audiences on stage and also formed fast friendships and true romance off it.
It’s a far cry from the club’s founding in 1993 by Jacqueline and Alastair Runciman in reaction to the “committee culture” of Glasgow groups at the time. The husband and wife team were tired of the formal nature of am-dram clubs in the west of Scotland and wanted to create one run by the members, with a strong emphasis on the social side of things.
Alastair said: “When we started TSP, it was with the belief that Glasgow needed an amateur group that was passionate about putting on professional-standard musicals but that understood enjoyment and having a fun time together off stage was just as important.
“We wanted a club with no place for ‘committee politics’ so prevalent in other groups and we’re so proud that, 21 years on, that ethos doesn’t just live on but thrives.”
We usually rehearse on Wednesday and Sunday evenings in the south-side of Glasgow, and although not all cast are required to every rehearsal, you will generally need to be available on these evenings.
Rehearsals take place at the Clarkston Scout Hall, 21 Aidans Brae, Clarkston, Glasgow, G76 7AP
Box Office: tsptickets@hotmail.co.uk or calling 577 4956.

 

Thomson-Leng Musical Society


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Dundee

 

Thomson-Leng Musical Society (TLMS) was founded in 1964 by D.C. Thomson and Co. Ltd. as an opportunity for the workforce to gather together and have fun staging amateur musical productions. Membership is now open to all and we have an active membership staging between 2 and 3 productions a year including our Pantomime in December.
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Age Range: 18+
Rehearsals: Monday, Wednesday and Sunday
Contact email thomsonlengmusical@gmail.com or admin@tlms.net or Phone: 07580128901 or Donna Bell President 07710565889
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Thomson-Leng Youth Music Theatre


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Dundee

 

Thomson-Leng Youth Music Theatre was formed in 1998 as a youth group under the parentage of Thomson-Leng Musical Society. We have a large (100+) membership and produce 2-3 quality musical productions each year. Older members also frequently perform with Thomson-Leng Musical Society.
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Age Range: 6-18
Rehearsals: Saturday
Contact email thomsonlengmusical@gmail.com or admin@tlms.net or Phone: 07580128901 or Donna Bell President 07710565889

 

Threepenny Theatricals

Threepenny Theatricals
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Edinburgh

 

Dramatically Dedicated. We are Threepenny Theatricals (also known as 3-T) a small Edinburgh-based amateur theatre group producing high quality theatre on a tight budget.
We aim to provide opportunities for people to perform and learn as we will not only be working towards our next performance, we will be providing workshops in dramatic technique, stagecraft, singing and much, much more to all our cast members and eventually to the wider public.
Contact: info@threepenny-theatricals.org

 

Tram Direct Theatre Company

Tram Direct Theatre Company
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18 Nethervale Avenue Glasgow G44 3XS

 

TRAM Direct has been in existence since 1994.
The company is involved in all aspects of performance theatre including: Youth Theatre; Theatre in Education; New Writing; Promenade Productions; Heritage Issues; and Community Performances. We also offer: Event Management; Festivals; Gala Days; Corporate Events; Training Packages and Workshops.
Please contact us to discuss any arts related projects you feel we can assist with.
Tel. 0141 637 0778 Fax. 0141 637 6533
email: manager@tramdirect.com

 

Treading the Boards Musical Society

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Aberdeen

 

Est. 1989
Aberdeen University's Theatre Company - Run by students, for students=]

 

University of Aberdeen Opera Society

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Aberdeen

 

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Upfront Theatre

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East Kilbride

 

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Wayward Theatre Company

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Aberdeen

 

Wayward Theatre was formed in December 2008 with the aim of producing high energy amateur musicals with a cast of young adults from Aberdeen, Scotland.
We normally rehearse on Sunday evenings from 6-9pm and principals are also required on some Thursday evenings.

 

Westenders Drama Group

Westenders Drama Group
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St David's Broomhouse Church, Broomhouse Crescent, Edinburgh

 

We are an amateur dramatics group, based at St David's Broomhouse Church in the West of Edinburgh, and we produce shows which can be enjoyed by the entire community.
We're always keen to welcome new members on board, so if you're interested then get in touch with us and we'll let you know how you can get involved. You don't have to have any acting experience. In fact, most of our members had never set foot on stage before joining the Westenders! We're always looking for people to help backstage as well, so if you'd rather take a less prominent role, then this is a good way to get involved.
Rehearsals: Sunday afternoons 1pm-3pm
For ticketing enquiries, contact Helen Cairns on 0131 538 6039
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Yorkhill Theatre Group

Yorkhill Theatre Group
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Glasgow

 

The ethos of Yorkhill Group is to present dramatic works which deal with contemporary social issues but in a light-hearted way.
Contact: gurmattu@gmail.com or 0776 560 3235

 


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