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Darland Community Theatre

Darland Community Theatre
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Darland nr Wrexham

 

Darland Community Theatre is an amateur dramatic, community theatre group based in Wrexham that performs plays twice a year. We perform on the stage at Darland School in Rossett, hence the name and we normally put on a play in the spring, around March and also in the late Autumn/early Winter in November.
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Dee and Alyn Gilbert and Sullivan Society


Clwyd

 

Dee and Alyn are a long established group and have been performing Gilbert and Sullivan for over 30 years.

 

Denbigh & District Male Voice Choir

Denbigh Male Choir
www.denbighchoir.com

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Denbigh, North Wales

 

Welsh Male Voice Choir

 

Dinas Powis Players


Cardiff
36 Dochdwy Road, Llandough, Cardiff CF6 1PR

 

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DO Theatre Productions

DO Theatre Productions
www.wedotheatre.co.uk

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Pembrokeshire

 

We're DO Theatre Productions, an arts production group in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. The group runs with the aim of putting on amateur theatre productions across West Wales & helping individuals to grow, learn, improve & enjoy by being part of that process.
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Dolgellau Amateur Dramatic Society


Gwynedd
Dolgellau

 

Theatr Fach, as it's name implies (for non Welsh speakers, fach means small or little) is not a large venue but what the building, a former chapel, lacks in size, the company of people who perform in the space make up for in sheer enthusiasm.
They are a group of disparate individuals who number teachers, artists, retired business executives and one almost tame professional writer.
Throughout the year, the company puts on various productions; plays, readings, poetry readings, a summer show and, of course pantomime.
The group also plays host to 'professional' companies and individual performers. These 'professionals' performances are sponsored by Gwynedd Council under the 'Night Out Scheme'.
A recent lottery grant enabled the company to enlarge their back stage facilities and to add a club room where committee meetings and less formal gatherings take place.
The group are constantly putting out the welcome mat for new members and you don't have to be a performer to join!
Recently awarded a grant of £99,000 to to build an extension to Theatr Fach, Dolgellau which will improve backstage facilities at the arts venue.
info@theatrfach.co.uk

 

Dowlais Male Choir

Dowlais Male Choir
www.dowlaismalechoir.co.uk

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Merthyr Tydfil

 

One of the finest male voice choirs in Wales, based in Merthyr Tydfil. Actively promotes choral singing in Welsh and English through regular performances.
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Drama Association of Wales

Drama Association of Wales
www.dramawales.org.uk

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Cardiff
Splott Library, Singleton Road, Cardiff. CF24 2ET

 

Founded in 1934 and registered as a Charity in 1973, Drama Association of Wales exists to create opportunities for people to become actively involved in theatre activities which are rewarding, fun and of a high standard.
Based in Cardiff, the Association is run by volunteers only and boasts membership from across Wales, throughout the United Kingdom and internationally, many of whom have been valued members and journeyed with us throughout the years. Our members include amateur and professional theatre practitioners, playwrights, amateur drama groups, teachers, academics, schools, colleges and universities, anyone who has an interest in drama.
We offer a wide and varied range of services to Drama in the Community.
• Training in many aspects of theatre, including annual Summer School
• Festivals – DAW plays an active role as part of the United Kingdom Community Drama Festivals Federation (UKCDFF) with regional festivals held throughout Wales between March and May. Each festival has a professional adjudicator who is a member of The Guild of Drama Adjudicators.
• Information and networking services to the whole range of participatory drama
• DAWN – our Newsletter which keeps you up to date with News and events. Where member groups can advertise their up and coming productions.
• Access to DAW Publications for purchase or hire.
Patrons include: Sir Anthony Hopkins, Wynn Calvin, mbe, Connie Fisher and Michael Sheen, OBE
Contact: chair@dramawales.org.uk or office@dramawales.org.uk

 

Dublin Welsh MVC

Dublin Welsh MVC
www.dublinwelsh.com

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Donnybrook, Dublin

 

4 part choir (TTBB) comprising 40+ singers While we have a distinct Welsh ethos, over half the choristers are Irish. formed in 1966.
The Dublin Welsh Male Voice Choir welcomes new recruits and particularly tenors. It is important for new members to be able to blend in with others both musically and socially. While we work hard at our music, we are friendly and sociable and place a high emphasis on comradeship and team work.
If you would like to get a feel for the choir and to get to know more before committing, you are welcome to sit in on rehearsals. We practice in the Royal Hospital, Donnybrook, Dublin 4 on Monday evenings between 8:00 & 10:00pm.
If you would like to join, either complete the online application form here. Alternatively, download the application form here, fill it in and mail it to the Honorary Secretary DWMVC, Royal Hospital, Donnybrook, Dublin 4.
We will then make contact with you.
For more information contact us at info@dublinwelsh.com or just turn up to a rehearsal.

 

Dunvant Male Choir

Dunvant Male Choir
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Dunvant

 

Oldest Male Voice Choir in Wales with an unbroken history. Formed in 1895 and still one of the busiest and most popular choirs in Wales!
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Dylan Thomas Theatre

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Swansea
Gloucester Place, Maritime Quarter, Swansea SA1 1TY

 

Email info@dylanthomastheatre.org.uk

 

Dylan Thomas Youth Academy


Swansea
Dylan Thomas Theatre, Maritime Quarter, Swansea SA1 1TY

 

Email info@dylanthomastheatre.org.uk
Dylan Thomas Theatre - Home of Swansea Little Theatre, South Wales' most prestigious and award winning amateur theatrical company.
The youth theatre has recently become the youth academy with a more structured termly layout.
The Youth Theatre have been awards the Glamorgan Drama League, Best Youth Drama Award for three years running.
For ages 8-18 with an annual production.

 

Estuary Players

Estuary Players
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Llanmorlais, Swansea

 

We rehearse at Llanmorlais Community Hall, which you can find at 14 Trem Y Mor, Llanmorlais, Swansea, SA4 3TZ

Contact via our website or social media

 

Eureka Arts


 

Eureka Arts provide professional arts training for children and young people between the ages of 3 and 16 in South Wales.
Our programme ranges from short intensive courses during school holidays and weekends to ongoing weekly workshops.
We hold our courses in different venues throughout South Wales to make our training opportunities accessible to all.
Further information about Eureka Arts and the courses we offer are also available on our website:

 

Everyman Theatre

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Cardiff
Chapter Arts Centre, Canton, Cardiff CF15 1QE

 

Everyman Theatre, Cardiff's liveliest and most adventurous theatre company, was founded in 1942. It started life as the Unity Theatre Group, focusing on mainly political theatre, but later broke away and embarked on its own policy of presenting experimental live theatre in as professional and interesting a manner as possible.
In the 1970s Everyman was instrumental in the opening of Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff. This, together with the advent of the Sherman Theatre, brought a new era for Everyman. The 1980s saw Everyman's adventurous spirit lead to the staging of new writing in Chapter and in Stuttgart, an international festival in Southern Ireland and of course our own Summer Theatre Festival, launched in 1983 at Dyffryn Gardens, and now going from strength to strength - in its 28th year - at St. Fagans, National History Museum. The 1990s witnessed Everyman's 50th anniversary year in 1992 and two European tours.
Now in the 2000s Everyman continues to produce innovative theatre and encourage new writing. In recent years we have imaginatively staged prodctions including Lisistrata, The Madness of King George III, Uncle Vanya, Waiting for Goddot, Women of Troy, Zero Hour, Woyzeck, Ibsen’s Peer Gynt; Macbeth and the world theatrical premiere of The Seventh Seal.
The best way to introduce yourself to Everyman is to come along to our FREE regular Clubnights on Wednesday evenings at 8pm at Chapter Arts Centre. Clubnights are pretty informal, with a mixed programme and you don't have to be a member to join in.
Email: enquiries@everymantheatre.co.uk

 

Flint Male Voice Choir

Flint Male Voice Choir
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Flint, Flintshire

 

Born and Bred in Wales, Welcomed Everywhere
The choir was founded in 1975 in Flintshire on the Dee estuary. The boys are dedicated to their singing and passing on that enjoyment to it’s audiences.
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Flintshire Youth Theatre


Flintshire

 

We're based in North Wales, Flintshire
- We meet on Monday nights 7pm-9pm, at the Glanerafon Centre Mold.
-we accept age ranges from 12+
-No audition necessary, just enthusiasm and commitment!
- Membership for life is £12 or session fee £1.50. New members welcomed any time.
Contact via our website or social media

 

Fron Male Voice Choir

Fron Male Voice Choir
www.fronchoir.com

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Welshpool, Powys

 

Oldest Boy Band in the World. 5 Albums are named Voices of the Valley, VoV:Home, VoV:Encore, VoV:Memory Lane, VoV: Ultimate Collection
Chairman@fronchoir.fsnet.co.uk
Secretary@fronchoir.fsnet.co.uk

 

Gilfach Goch Amateur Dramatic Society


Rhondda
13 Wood St. Gilfach Goch, Rhondda CF39 8UF
Cynon Taff

 

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Glamorgan Drama League

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Glamorgan

 

The Glamorgan Drama League is an umbrella organisation for community theatre groups in South Wales.
We organise two regular Festivals each year: The Berwyn Festival of One Act-Plays and The Glammies, a peripatetic festival.
In 2004 we host the Wales Final and we hope to develop a new full-length festival in the near future. One of the important roles of the GDL is networking between groups, who without their contact with the GDL would hardly know that other groups exist. We also organise occasional training courses. The GDL is run by a Delegates Committee. Meetings are generally held in Pontyclun.
Currently there are over thirty groups affiliated to the GDL.
Contacts:
Glammies Appraisers' Co-ordinator:
glammies@glamorgandrama.org
Any comments/questions about this site should go to Glammies@aol.com

 

GLAN AFAN MUSIC

GLAN AFAN MUSIC

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Port Talbot

 

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Gorseinon Players

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Swansea - Pontlliw Village Hall, Pontlliw

 

Gorseinon Players is a local community theatre group for anyone aged 6-66 years and over. All you need is enthusiasm and a sense of humour. So if you enjoy singing, dancing or acting, or even helping backstage contact us. We meet every Tuesday at Penyrheol Primary from 7-9pm
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Gorseinon Youth Choir

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Gorseinon, Swansea

 

Gorseinon Youth Choir is a professionally run, non-audition, non-profit youth choir for young people aged between 14-25 based in Gorseinon, Swansea.
Rehearsals are Friday's in Penuel Chapel, Loughor 6.30-8.30. All welcome!
Contact: gorseinonyouthchoir@hotmail.co.uk

 

Gower Players


Gower Peninsula
Swansea

 

Gower Players are a society of amateur thespians who put on productions usually in the Reynoldston Village Hall. Reynoldston is a small village in the middle of the Gower Peninsular just outside Swansea in South Wales, UK.
Our website is intended for locals to find out what we and others on Gower are doing but also for friends who have moved elsewhere to keep in touch. If you have items for inclusion please e-mail.
We are a small society of about 50 members and we aim to put on 3 productions a year. The society is organised by a small committee and benefit from the support of a group of local patrons. If you want more information or wish to join us please contact us through the links on this site.
It is a couple of years now, following the renovation of our Village Hall, that a few of us re-started Gower Players. We wanted to bring live entertainment back to Reynoldston. We are succeeding. But some of the motives were selfish we actually enjoy putting on productions. It is one of those challenges that when you have finished is very rewarding. We are always looking for new people to help either on-stage or backstage constructing sets, finding props or sorting out the costumes.
Gower Youth Players
Contact via our website or social media

 

Gower Youth Drama Group


Gower Peninsula
Swansea

 

For the last few years we have put on a Nativity Play each year in Port Eynon Village Hall. The cast has included children from Knelston, Rhossili, Horton as well as Port Eynon. This year, we are hoping to put on a SummerShow, too. Interested children or parents should contact us via our website or social media

 

Grass Roots Productions


Mid Glamorgan

 

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Grove Park Amateur Theatre

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Wrexham
Hill Street, Wrexham LL11 1SN

 

Grove Park Theatre is Wrexham’s oldest amateur theatre and is based in the town centre. We aim to provide the community of Wrexham with good value entertainment of a consistently high standard. Our shows range from comedy, drama and suspense through to costume plays, pantomimes and musicals.
We are run entirely by volunteers and are always keen to welcome new members in both the adult and youth sections. Whether you want to appear on stage or help behind the scenes, there is room for you at Grove Park.
Come and join in the fun!
Email: boxoffice@groveparktheatre.co.uk
info@groveparktheatre.co.uk

 

Guilsfield ADS


Powys
Welshpool

 

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Gwent Young People's Theatre

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Gwent

 

Gwent Young People's Theatre is open to young people between 10 and 20 years old.
The Junior group (10-14 years) is on a Tuesday Night 5:30 - 8:00 PM
The Senior group (14+ years) is on a Saturday 10:00 - 5:00 PM
Contact Gwent Young People's Theatre via Gwent Theatre
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Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir

Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir
www.haverfordwestmalechoir.co.uk

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Haverfordwest

 

Based in the County town of beautiful Pembrokeshire, the choir is one of the oldest choirs in Wales and has been in existence for more than 110 years . (See History)

The choir consists of around 55 choristers and performs around 20 concerts per year. The vast majority of these are for charity, but the choir is available to hire for private functions, with the proceeds from these concerts contributing to the cost of running the choir.

The Choir sings a broad range of music with around half the songs sung in Welsh.
The choir is always happy to welcome new members. All you need is a reasonable voice and a good sense of humour. Practice sessions are held most Monday nights at the Withybush Pavilion, Haverfordwest at 8.00pm. Why not just come along and listen if you are not sure? We are a friendly bunch!
For any other questions about the choir,please contact the Secretary E. Mail: hmvc@mail.com

 

Haverfordwest Operatic Society


Pembrokeshire
Haverfordwest

 

Haverforwest Operatic Society meet every Monday at 7.30pm at Prendergast Junior School, Haverfordwest.
New members are always welcome.
The Society is an adventurous one and doesn’t shy away from performing challenging productions. Past shows have included Sweeney Todd, Princess Ida, The Godfather Gondoliers, Barnum, Camelot, My Fair Lady, and in 2008 The Threepenny Opera. In addition to one main show every year we often perform for local charities or events such as the 2008 Seafair Haven week.
Contact via our website or social media

 

Hawarden Players

Hawarden Players
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Flintshire

We at the Hawarden Players are here for your live entertainment needs, whether it’s one of our very popular, and successful, pantomimes or the exciting and vibrant plays that we have been producing now for over almost two decades!

We are also a very social group and we certainly put fun at the top of our priorities every time we meet up be it for rehearsals or just a gathering!

We rehearse at the Hawarden Institute on Tuesdays & Thursdays if you would like to join us in any capacity, but be warned, many people who have started back stage soon give in to the lure of the bright lights!
Contact: hawarden.players@gmail.com

 

Hilltop Theatre Company

Hilltop Theatre Company

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Cardiff
Pentyrch Village Hall, Heol y Bryn, Pentyrch, Cardiff CF15 9PY

 

Hilltop Theatre Company is an amateur theatre group that aims to put on a wide variety of performances, that include plays, pantomimes and musicals. We currently put on 3 productions a year, in March, June and November.
We are always on the look out for new actors, directors or anyone else who wants to get involved. If you don't fancy being on stage, you can always get involved with back stage, make-up or set design, or perhaps sound and lighting.
So if you are interested in theatre and fancy trying your hand at it, either on stage or in the many back stage activities, all you have to do is turn up and introduce yourself. Hilltop meet every Thursday and Sunday at Pentyrch Village Hall from 7.30pm to 10pm. For further information, or to join our e-mailing list, please contact us at info@hilltoptheatre.co.uk
We are affiliated to NODA and were formed in September 2002.

 

Howardians Drama Group


Cardiff, 84 Roath Court Road, Penylan, Cardiff

 

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Horton Drama Group


Horton

 

Horton Drama Group is based at Horton Village Hall. The society aims to produce a Panto each year. For more details of the Society or future Productions contact us via our website or social media

 

Hywel Girls' Choir Hywel Boy Singers

Hywel Girls' Choir Hywel Boy Singers
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Llanelli, South Wales

 

Wales' Young Ambassadors of Song - internationally acclaimed children's choir. TV and radio broadcasts spanning 120 countries.
Children's Choir (age 8-17 years) based in Llanelli, South Wales

Contact: info@hywelchoir.com

 


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