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Glamorgan, Blackwood Miners Institute, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan
Joanna Smith is the Arts Development worker. There is open access to anyone living in the County aged 15-25 years. They meet for workshops October-March at Blackwood Miners Institute (day and times vary). These workshops are run by specialist theatre practioners covering all aspects of theatre skills. From April - July the Youth Theatre rehearse and perform a Shakespeare play which is directed by a professional Director, and has a professional production team to include, Musical Director, Designer, Fight Director, Choreographer, Light and Sound Designer. These productions are staged at Caerphilly Castle as part of the Caerphilly International Festival. Past productions have included A Midsummer Night's Dream, Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night.
Glamorgan, Caerphilly Workmens Hall and Institute, 20 Castle Street, Caerphilly CF83 1NY,
For enquiries relating to productions or joining the group, email email@example.com or call our secretary, Louise Elliott, on 029 2088 9805
Chris Neighbour (Chairman)
Newport, South Wales
Drama school teaching the things YOU want to learn. Specialising in our creative heritige Drama is not about hiding who you are it's about celebrating you.
Calypso is an up and coming theatre company that brings the arts come to life. Teaching you the parts of drama you may not have studied before. Want to learn about Shakespeare? We have a class which can help you how to understand, appreciate and to perform the beauty of Shakespeare's work.
Stand out from the crowd and learn something different.
At Calypso we have one philosophy 'drama shouldn't be used to hide who you are. Drama is about celebrating who you are.'
So tell me, Are you brave enough to look under the mask?
St Peters, N Sydney
Cantorion Sydney is a Male Voice Choir in the Welsh Tradition. We sing Music ranging from Welsh Traditional to Opera Choruses and Sacred Music.
We welcome new members.
Weds 6.45, St Peters, N Sydney
New Brighton, 15 Argoed Avenu
Pam Courtenay We are an amateur touring group who tour their plays the length and breadth of North Wales (and sometimes further afield), playing venues that range from bona fide theatres to village halls. We don't have a permanent base but tend to utilise various rehearsal spaces throughout the county. The actual rehearsal days and venues often change to accommodate the members. Details of current dates and venues can be had from the contact above.
The choir was formed in 1966 as the Cardiff Athletic Club Male Voice Choir, following a chance remark on the standard of after-match singing in the clubhouse. A group of dedicated supporters got together on a Monday evening to take the lead in improving the singing in the clubhouse. It was not long before the number of choristers increased and the reputation of the choir started to grow, bringing requests for performances for local groups and charities. In 2000, the choir changed their name to become the Cardiff Arms Park Male Choir.
Join Us for Rehearsals
We offer a warm welcome to all male singers, no matter what your age or experience, at our rehearsals on Monday and Thursday nights, 7.30pm - 9.30pm in Cardiff Rugby Club.
Visitors are also welcome!
Glamorgan, Maes y Crudd, Peterston Super Ely, Cardiff CF5 6NE
Perry Thomas (Chairperson)
Mrs Maureen Barry (Secretary)
We rehearse at the moment in All Saints Church Hall in Llandaff(Nr the Cow and Snuffers Pub) at 7.30pm on a Wednesday.
Membership is open to anyone who wishes to join. Our rehearsals start on August 6th at 7.00-7.30pm
We are a company of approx 50 members ranging from age 9 to ??. So a nice age range for anyone who would like to join.
8 Aberporth Road Gabalfa Cardiff
Cardiff Players are an award winning theatre group who present 5 full production in a season from September to April. We rehearse and perform in the Players Theatre in the Cardiff YMCA, The Walk Cardiff. We rehearse on Tuesdays and Thursday (Tuesday is the club night) and we will always welcome new members. If you access our website www.cardiffplayers.org you will find a virtual tour which help you to find us. The Players compete in various festivals and have had great success over 70+ years that the group has been running. We work hard and give a big commitment to reach as high a standard of performance as we are able. We will always give a warm welcome to anyone whatever their talents and abilities, race, religion or age as long as they are prepared to give the same commitment to the group.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
12 St Davids Street, Carmarthen
Mrs Delyth Owen
Chair: Val Hinkin
An exciting and vibrant company pursuing excellence... in all aspects of the performing arts - stage, film and television. The Youth Opera stage lavish musical productions every February half-term at the Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen preceded by annual September auditions. Their wealth of talent is also showcased throughout the year with a wide variety of dazzling cabarets, charity concerts and promotional events.
CAST Theatre Company
Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales
'It's not just about the cast at CAST' A theatre company, aiming to develop the performance skills of...everyone! Call Bethan on 07923507207 to find out more!
Castaway Community Theatre: Aberystwyth Arts Centre's adult community drama group.
Castaway is run as an Arts Centre course, tickets for which are available from the box office.
You'll need to be available for the regular weekly rehearsals on Mondays at 7pm, and also for quite a few other nights during the last few weeks of rehearsal. More details are available here on the Arts Centre website.
All are welcome of any age and any level of ability - the vast majority of us have no prior stage experience, so we're open to any level of ability. There's no audition process either - if you join, you'll be on stage in the production; but if you're not too confident you can have as few lines as you wish. Our director, Dave Blumfield, is a tutor in the Department of Film, Theatre and TV Studies, and teaches people how to act as his day job as well, so you will be in good and experienced hands.
Castaway is run as an Arts Centre course, and can be booked through the Arts Centre at the start of each season. We run three shows a year:
The spring show rehearses from January to March
The summer show rehearses from June to August
The spring show rehearses from October to December
You can contact Castaway Community Theatre by sending an email to the following address:
c/o Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Penglais , Aberystwyth
Castaway Community Theatre: Aberystwyth Arts Centre's adult community drama group.
You can contact Castaway Community Theatre by sending an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beaumaris Ynys Mon
contact person Roger Handy
The Castle Players ADS is a registered charity whose object is "To cultivate an appreciation of theartical arts by promoting the reading, studying and production of works of artistic merit for the educational benefit of the community of Beaumaris"
The society has since its reformation in 1987 produced a diverse range of work from pantomimes to hard hitting drama.
Amongst the works we have produced are: - Blithe Spirit. - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass. - 700 (A performance piece written by the society to celebrate the 700th anniversary of the granting of the royal charter to Beaumaris). - Absent Friends. - A day in the death of Joe Egg. - Plaza Suite. - Pack of Lies. - Treasure Island. - Under Milk Wood. - The Wizard of OZ. - The Trial of Richard Rowlands (A performance piece based on the last hanging in Beaumaris). - Living Together. - Steeping Out. - Time and the Conways. - In Room 504. - Interior Designs. - Oliver. - Abigail’s Party. - Oh What a Lovely War. - The Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew. - Zoo Story. - The Scatterbrained Scarecrow of Oz. - Night Must Fall. - The Lion the Witch & the Wardrobe. - The Wind in the Willows. - The Pongo Plays. (A Young Castle Players Production). - Hamlet (Tom Stoppards 15 minute version). - Midsummers Night Dream (Abridged: A Young Castle Players Production).
In furtherance of our aims many of our productions have involved young people form south east Anglesey & students from Bangor University who have gained valuable experience in the dramatic arts through their involvement with the society.
We have also participated in events in Beaumaris to provide entertainment for tourists and to support the economy of the town. The Society's won the Anglesey One Act Drama Festival in 2003 & 2004 and were invited to the Wales Final Festival of One Act Play in 2004 in Swansea where Castle Players member Brian Jones won the best actor award.
For more information contact Rob on 07837 250480 or Jan on 07747 566452
Sue Pegler 07891 725678
Our company is quite unique in the area as we actively encourage people with learning disabilities to perform a variety of works; thereby promoting independece, confidence, self esteem and above all community inclusion and acceptance.There are over 60 members including children from the local community. By involving children we feel that this is an education in discovering that people with special needs have the same dreams and aspirations as everyone else.
Meeting Day Tuesday but variable 8.00pm
81, Ffordd Isa, Prestatyn LL19 8DY
Chaos Music and Drama Group
Chaos Music and Drama Group Chepstow have been around for over 100 years bringing fabulous shows to the people of Chepstow at the Drill Hall year after year!
Should you have any enquiries relating to the choir and its activities please contact our General Secretary Michael Price
If you’ve ever wondered if you can sing and you would like to try Join Choir Posterthen come along to us, there’s only one stipulation, that is you have to be male. (Sorry Ladies Its hard enough concentrating on learning our words as it is) an ability to read music is not essential, being a soloist is not essential but if you are we’ll give you the opportunity to shine, a commitment to practice two evenings a week 7.30 to 9.30pm Monday & Thursday, is essential. We practice at the YMCA building, Mendalgief Road Newport. This is one of the best social groups there are, you have to be able to enjoy yourselves, travel extensively, see different parts of the Country and the world. For more information please contact Peter Cox on 07900 316778
Telephone – 01633 784652 or E-mail: email@example.com
Clarbeston Road Players
Inclusive Drama group, All welcome.
Thriving Youth/Junior section.
Rehearsals usually Tuesday Evenings, With Sundays closer to production dates.
5 Heol Las, Ynysmeudwy, Pontardawe, Swansea SA8 4PR
Class Act Theatre School teaches children and young people the performance skills involved in drama and theatre arts.
The CATS ethos is based on quality, fun, innovation, inclusiveness and strong ensemble performances.
Overseen by well respected founder and principal Jill Williams, it is one of the most highly regarded theatre schools in South Wales.
CATS performs regularly at theatres across Swansea and Neath Port Talbot. Students aged from seven to their early 20s take part in shows of a reputably high standard.
Great productions have included Les Miserables, Oliver!, High School Musical 2 and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The South Wales Evening Post said of one recent production: "The large cast’s joie de vivre reflected a powerful team ethic."
CATS has powerful links with professional theatre companies, agencies and venues.
Come and try us - we think you’ll love it!
Telephone: 01792 863 767
Mobile: 07967 133 463
St. Peters Hall, Roath, Cardiff
Steve Woods (077)7374-1772
Class Act Youth Theatre was formed in February 2000, to provide an opportunity for young people to participate in the performing arts. The group is based in St. Peters Hall, Roath, Cardiff.
In between productions we meet every Monday night at St. Peter's Hall, Cardiff from 8-00pm until 10-00pm.
We run workshops which cover such topics as: Improvisation (Drama and Dance), use of the Voice (Projection, Diction, Emphasis etc), singing, dancing, and the occasional social event.
Andrew Shone Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are an association of amateur dramatic groups from the North East Wales area.
We currently hold a number of Drama Festivals:
Festival of one act plays (part of the All Wales Festival)
Festival of full length plays
Festival of youth drama
We’re able to offer advice on subjects like: Child Protection - Health and Safety - Licensing of children for theatrical performances - Disclosure - Insurances
What are we hoping to do?
Organise work shops, training and courses
Arrange offers for members.
Organise social events,
Festival of musicals,
Festival of pantomimes,
Provide a list of resources, e.g. venues, equipment, etc
Plus lots more
This is an umbrella organisation for community and amateur theatre in Clwyd, north wales.
6 Cwmgelli Road, Morriston, Swansea, West Glamorgan SA6 7PD
Mary Isaac (Secretary) Email: email@example.com
Founded in 1962 as Cockett Church Gilbert and Sullivan Society by the incumbent, Fred Secombe, this group went on to complete the canon of 13 G & S operettas plus the Sullivan & Burnand "Cox and Box" by 1979. During this period, the Society competed successfully three times at the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera, winning the Mark Cannon Award for best G & S Production, the Swift Choral Shield and numerous pieces of crystal glass and certificates of merit.
In 1981, the Society ventured away from G & S with Offenbach's "La Belle Helene" and became Cockett Amateur Operatic Society (C.A.O.S). Since then, the repertory has become quite diverse, illustrating a remarkable degree of versatility.
In 1994, C.A.O.S. claimed the Welsh Premier of "Chess", following on from the Swansea City Premier of "Pickwick" the year before. The complete repertory is included in this website.
This year's presentation of "Hot Mikado" clocked up the 41st production over what has been a happy and rewarding period of years. C.A.O.S has the enviable reputation of being a most friendly organisation where associations tend to be long term. Several founding families have remained active into the second generation, but, of course, newcomers are always made very welcome.
Although the Society is now a registered charity, over the past forty odd years, total contributions to deserving causes from this group have run well into five figures.
The Society performs each year, usually in March, at the Taliesin Arts Centre, University of Wales, Swansea and tickets are always at a premium. We meet every Thursday evening, from September through to the Show in March...
For more information about rehearsals and becoming a member (playing or non-playing) of CAOS, please ring our Hon. General Secretary for more information: Mary Isaac - 01792 774442
For tickets for forthcoming productions, please call our ticket secretary, Mrs Ann Grinter: 01792 584706
Trecynon Hall, Trecynon , Aberdare
Derek Williams Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Colstars meet every Tuesday, Friday ( 7.30pm - 9.30pm) and Sunday (3pm - 7pm) at Trecynon Hall, Trecynon, Aberdare.
Contact telephone number: The Secretary Mrs Joyce Williams. 01443 476320 or Ticket Secretary, Julie Griffiths 01685 882685.
Productions include 2 musicals/operettas, a pantomime and Christmas concert work annually. We play at the Coliseum Theatre Aberdare.
We are a friendly/welcoming group who have been established over 50 years, presenting a whole range of material - from classical drama to comedy. As well as appearing consistently at our local theatre, we have recently 'gone mobile', presenting plays in local halls (and even a Retirement Home) for people who asked us to present an evening of drama/entertainment for them. We have competed regularly in both One Act and Three Act Festivals, and earlier this year were delighted when one of our older members achieved a Performance Award locally.
Colwyn Abbey Players meet and rehearse on Mondays and Thursdays at Colwyn Bay Cricket Club
We are a small amateur theatre group based in South East Wales and were set up in order to try to put on productions that were just that little bit different. We believe we bring a fresh approach to the business of running an amateur musical theatre company. We enjoy ourselves and take great efforts to ensure our audiences do as well. We believe in nurturing talent and avoiding the pitfalls of bad sets, bad costumes and run-of-the-mill productions. If it is worth doing, it is worth doing well!
50 Gwent Square, Cwmbran N44 1PL
The Congress Youth Theatre formed in 1993 as a non-profit making youth theatre company. Its clear purpose is to provide young people with an opportunity to explore theatre in a supportive, professional environment.
The Congress Youth Theatre aims to challenge young people to develop confidence, creativity and consideration for others, in the context of a professional theatre.
We have been successful with former pupils attending accredited drama schools, essentially The Congress Youth Theatre aim to teach ‘transferable skills’ as well as theatre skills.
Contact: Tel: 01633 864129
Cwmtwrch Uchaf, Powys
Côr y Gyrlais are an outstanding and successful Welsh and English language male voice choir from the small towns and villages in the Upper Swansea valley.
Contact via website
Cowbridge Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS) was formed in 1947 to relieve the tedium in those pre-television days of austerity and anti-climax of the wait for the fifties and the arrival of the 'modern' world. It has been going ever since.
We aim to put on three main productions each year; one in March, one in June/July and one around November. The plays we have staged over the years vary from comedy and farce to dramas and classic plays. Unlike a number of groups, we don’t just stick to well known ‘safe’ plays, but also try new pieces or try to present plays in a new way. This is largely to challenge ourselves artistically, but also to provide something fresh for our audience.
Rehearsals are usually on Monday and Wednesday evenings, and all are welcome to join. Membership is set at £15 per annum. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact the membership secretary, Caron Reidy - email@example.com
Please contact our Esteemed Chairman, Camilla Hopkin, for any queries at all regarding CADS or the Market Theatre :
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan
Cowbridge Amateur Operatic Society open to anyone aged 16 to 116.
New performers & audiences always welcome to accompany us on our singing adventures.
The Society has a typical membership of 35-40 people drawn from across South Wales, stretching from Newport to Porthcawl.
We are always looking for new members and welcome singers in all voices and abilities to join a friendly group who are renowned for their four-part harmonies and professional quality productions.
Rehearsals usually take place at St.Athan Community Hall, St.Athan on Wednesday nights at 7.30pm with additional rehearsals on Thursday nights at 7.30pm at Ystradowen Village Hall, Ystradowen.
The Annual production takes place Spring Bank Holiday week at the end of May and the Autumn Concert in early October each year.
In addition we run three fund-raising Coffee Mornings a year, hold Social functions and also organize a party for Members' and Patrons' each Christmas.
To find out more information about becoming a member of CAOS Telephone: 01446 713110 or contact via website
Betws y Coed / Conwy / Rhyl
Melanie Davis 07883304711
We teach children from age 5 to 19
Music, Dance, Musical Theatre and Drama
We meet each week in Betws-Y-Coed Memorial Hall Tuesday Evening from 5-9
Conwy Civic Hall Wednesday 5 - 9
Rhyl St Mary's Church Hall Monday 5 - 9
Cwmbran / Newport, Torfaen
We started the society in September 2005 so that students would have more oppertunity to perform in musical theatre.
Since we started, we have enrolled over 150 members and have put on our first major production, "Curtain Call Gala 2006" which was seen by over 350 people in one day and our first full musical "Godspell" was seen by over 450 (not bad for a town the size of Aber). We are currently in the rehearsal process of our first major production this year "Return to the Forbidden Planet" and we are currently putting together "WHOA: On Broadway" ( WHOA is produced by What Was That? Productions see www.freewebs.com/whatwasthatproductions) both of which will be in February 2007.
As of this year we have started several new workshops as part of our own going commitment to growing and increasing the level of activity for our members. As part of the new initiatives we will be holding tap workshops, street dance workshops, Curtain Call Broadway Singing Group, Salsa classes and working in conjunction with local schools on workshops in drama and musical theatre! 2006-2007 is going to be a huge year for us as we look to cement more success and reputation for the Curtain Call brand. We are also looking into the possibility of going on a theatre break to London and also entering the National Student Drama Festival.
Contact: Al Mehdizadeh anm4@Aber.ac.uk
Grae Westgate: email@example.com
Amie Daly: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We practise every Monday and Thursday 7.00 - 9.00 (except Bank Holidays) at the CMC Hall, William Street, Cwm, NP23 7TH.
Visitors are always welcome.
Contact via website
Al Mehdizadeh Email: email@example.com
December 2005: WHOA (Morlan Hall) in association with "What Was That? Productions". The show was hosted by Mike "The Baron" Dickinson and Al Mehdizadeh and featured performances by society members performing hits by Mariah Carey, The Calling, Muse, Whitney Houston and Robbie Williams to name but a few.
February 2006: Curtain Call Gala 2006 (Morlan Hall) A spectacular gala featuring songs from shows such as Les Mis, Rent, Chicago, Blood Brothers, Phantom of the Opera and many more. This show had a cast of around 35 members and was seen by over 350 people.
May 2006: Godspell 2006 (Morlan Hall) Godspell was presented to over 450 people during the 2 days in which it was on. After several issues with venue the final performance was a success. Visit the website for more info and pics http://www.freewebs.com/godspell2006
Cwmbrân Male Choir was formed in 1964, with many of the original members coming from older choirs in the area. The choir performs regular concerts throughout the country, mostly for deserving charities, and the choir is also a registered charity.
Our repertoire is wide ranging from the serious to the light hearted and includes spirituals, folk songs and choral arrangements of musical songs.
The choir has often joined in exchange concerts with other choirs, and musical groups, and has sung at concerts the length and breadth of Britain. The choir has sung at many famous concert venues such as the Royal Festival Hall and the Royal Albert Hall, and appeared with many famous artistes including Bryn Terfel, Katherine Jenkins and Helen Field.
We also have toured Germany, France, United States of America, Northern and Southern Ireland, Spain, Scotland and Jersey. The choir very successfully revisited Northern Ireland in May/June 2004, and undertook a second tour of Scotland in 2006.
New members always welcome, come and sing with us and gain up to forty new friends Mondays & Thursdays 7.30pm at the Salvation Army citadel in old Cwmbran
Salvation Army Citadel Wesley Street Old Cwmbrân Torfaen NP44 3LX
Monday & Thursday Evenings: 7.30 - 9.15 p.m.
We also perform at birthday parties, blessings, renewal of wedding vows, weddings, and uniquely we even performed at a wedding proposal.
Contact via website or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sylvia Jenkins (Secretary) 01495 762957
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cwmbran Woodland Players was originally founded in 1970 by Nina Richards to produce an annual pantomime. We now annually produce musicals and traditional pantomimes at the Congress Theatre, Cwmbran along with regular concerts and occasional other productions at various other venues. Recent pantomimes include: Frankenstein (2007), Cinderella (2006) and Peter Pan (2005), while recent musicals include: Me and My Girl (2004), Annie (2003), Carousel (2002) and The Sound of Music (2001).
We are a committee run, non-profit making society, affiliated to NODA and WAMF. We are a friendly crowd and are always looking for new members from the age of 9 an over. If you can sing in tune and feel you might have a talent for performing please contact us via email or come along to a rehearsal. We hold auditions for all productions for new and existing members and have an annual membership fee of £20 (£10 cons). We also welcome people wanting to help with the technical side. If you have experience in theatre lighting, sound or stage management, or wish to gain experience then please come along.
We all rehearse on Wednesday evenings at Woodland Road Sports and Social Centre, Croesyceiliog, Cwmbran from 7pm/7:30pm and principals also rehearse Thursday evenings.
Marian Davies 01745 824897
Ein cyfarwyddwr yw BRIAN MORRIS
Nos Fawrth 10.05.05, Nos fercher 11.05.05 a Nos Iau 12.05.05 yn cyflwynno
2 ddrama fer - 'Dyrchafiad Jonathon' a 'Pawen y Mwnci', yn yr Hen Gapel,
Mynydd Seion, Abergele. Rhagor o fanylion gan M Davies 01745 824897
Ein perfformiadau nesaf yw:
Mai 10fed, Mai 11fed, a Mai 12fed
Cwmni Drama Gwreiddiau'r Gwrych yn cyflwyno 2 ddrama fer, sef 'Dyrchafiad Jonathan' a 'Pawen y Mwnci' yn yr Hen Gapel, Mynydd Seion, Abergele am 7.00 o'r gloch
Mynediad £3 (trwy docyn yn unig - cysylltwch a 01745 824897)
Claire Tranmer 01824 704090
We are an active theatre comapany based in Ruthin North Wales. Cwmni Theatr INDIGO Theatre company has been established since 1996 and performs bi-lingually within theatres and community venues.
Rhondda, Aberdare, Hirwaun, Merthyr Tydfil, as well as Cardiff, Swansea, Chepstow and the Vale of Glamorgan.
Jackie Askey/Matt Davies Email: email@example.com
wmpas Theatre is a mainly amateur group, although includes some actors and technical experts who have considerable professional experience.
"Cwmpas" is the title of the theatre as in 'O Gwmpas' - in Welsh 'around or surroundings' - in the sense that the members of the group reside in many areas of South Wales. This was the idea George Askey had in mind when, in 1985, he decided to establish the Company.
ince 1986 the Company has worked in Cearphilly Castle, St. Fagans for one year and finally in 1995 accepted an invitation from Newport Borough Council to operate from Tredegar House and Gardens in Newport.
The initial aim was to perform Shakespeare in the open-air, and the wide variety of natural settings in Tredegar Park present wide challenges and productions have proved highly successful playing to large audiences.
Audiences are seated in covered stands and can enjoy an evening picnic in the beautiful park (weather permitting!). Bar facilities are also provided.
Winter activities by the company include a great deal of work for charities in many localities including Rhondda Heritage Park, Tredegar House, Insole Court, Howells School and Llandaf Memorial Centre. The NSPCC, Soroptimists, BHF (British Heart Foundation) and other bodies have benefited as well as many community groups.
The company rehearse in the Vanguard Centre, based in Van Road RC Church in Caerphilly, and have performed there. They also have recently accepted an offer to perform The Vigil, a play of the Resurrection by Ladislas Fodor, next Easter in Llandaff Cathedral.
All new members are welcome by contacting Jackie or Matt, both on stage and behind-the-scenes.
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