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The Worthy Players

The Worthy Players


The Worthies

The Worthy Players, an amateur dramatic group specialising in comedy, light drama and pantomimes, were founded in 1973, opening with that panto favourite, Cinderella.
It is centred on ‘The Worthies’, a group of villages to the north west of Winchester in Hampshire, Kings Worthy, Headbourne Worthy, Abbots Worthy and Martyr Worthy. Productions are based at the Jubilee Hall in Kings Worthy. Membership, however, is not confined to these villages and new members are welcome from all surrounding districts, as indeed are audiences.
We usually stage two or three productions per year, with all members pitching in as a team to tread the boards, construct and decorate sets, make and adjust costumes, stage manage, provide the technical backup on sound and lights, prompt, and support the Front of House activities.
It takes a multitude of different skills to produce a show and each member can contribute their individual expertise to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of a community having fun.
In the last couple of years, we have introduced a ‘Radio Variety Show’ in the early autumn to coincide with the biennial Worthies Festival. It comprises a number of comedy sketches, songs and drama skits with the actors all dressed formally (very traditional BBC!) and, since many of them are already learning lines for the December production, they are allowed to read from scripts. The formula has been much enjoyed by audiences.
For more details of what we’re up to and of our latest production, see The Worthy Players on Facebook or go to our website

Contact 01962275470 or enquiries@theworthyplayers.co.uk or via our website or social media


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Lancashire Women Players


Bryan, The Ditch and The Wardrobe

For International Women's Day 2019

Bryan, The Ditch and The Wardrobe


Venue: Oswaldtwistle Civic Theatre

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Tickets: £7.50

Friday 8th March 2019 7:30pm

Guaranteed a hilarious, emotive & thought provoking evening
A play of 2 very distinct halves, of 2 turbulent journeys. Bryan and the crew from the Working Men’s Club are back and there’s a new bout as the battle of the sexes continues with those women from next door. It’s all ‘argie-bargie’, for a while at least, until events take a turn and a period of reflection is forced upon everyone. It’s International Women’s Day and what better time to look back at a woman’s life – at women’s lives. We’re driving gender balance, will you join us on the journey?

Posted 16/02/2019


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Jane Black


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School of Rock Costumes

For SaleSchool of Rock Costumes

I have just finished a production of School of Rock
Would anyone be interested in a set of complete Green and Yellow decorated School uniforms with woven Horace Green badges

Including shirts blouses trousers green skirts yellow and green ties socks and tights

Rock shoes and accessories for the finale Rock Concert

There are 30 blazers ranging from 28”-38” chest

£800 the lot

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Posted 16/02/2019


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Gerry Jones

Contact Gerry Jones gerryjones108@gmail.com

I have three pantomime scripts for children and adults (Jack and the beanstalk, Cinderella and Aladdin) and one adult farce "Women Behaving Badly".
All pantos include music selections as well

I can provide all the scripts in word or pdf format. I have just produced Aladdin to 4 full houses over 400 people in a village hall and raised over £3,000 for a children's charity.
Any money collected for these scripts will will go to our charity.

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Casting Opportunity: Male Lead in Short Crime Film


I'm a third year Media Production student from Bournemouth University. I am undertaking my graduate project in March and need a caucasian actor in his late 30s early 40s with brown hair and brown eyes to play the older version of the main character in my film.

I will be filming in LONDON on the 4th and 5th March for these scenes (bridge and office) and you'll be needed for a maximum of 8 hours. Please find attached copy of the script.

There is a lot of depth to X's character. He's a smart, meticulous, level headed man who runs a criminal enterprise. Xander is always in control, he's thorough and doesn't cut corners. He's the brains behind the empire he's built with his wife Arianne and his best friend, and brawn, Arthur. This role requires outstanding acting skills as you will be filmed in a close up long take as you stand on the bridge talking to Arthur on the phone, who's doing the unthinkable and not only crossing you but taking everything - your control, wife, and life.

This is an unpaid role, however everyone involved will get a full copy of the film upon completion. I will be providing food and refreshments on set. And, I will be paying to enter the film into Raindajnce, London short film festival, UK short film festival and Short sounds film festival - I'm more than confident that we will win at least one!

I have to stress the USP of the film - it incorporates binaural audio into the narrative to create a completely different immersive experience. Audience will hear and feel what it's like to fall to your death.

If anyone is interested, please contact me ASAP to arrange a Skype audition for the role.


Nikita Nathwani

for further info contact Nikita Nathwani at: nikki_nm@hotmail.co.uk

See pre-shoot script here .pdf file

Posted on 14/02/2019


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Silchester Players

Silchester Players

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Silchester, Hampshire

Out of Focus – a Comedy by Peter Gordon

Contact: timjoliver07@hotmail.co.uk

Audition Dates: Monday 18th Feb 2019
Performance Dates: 10/11 & 17/18 May 2019

A comedy which details the chaos that occurs when the Church Hall is booked simultaneously for a Badminton match, a Brownies sleepover, Pantomime auditions and Leonard, who insists he has booked the hall for an illustrated talk on steam locomotives. Eventually they come together to put on the panto; We see rehearsals, backstage on the first night and then events culminate backstage after the final performance at the alcohol fuelled cast party when everyone receives their just desserts (good or bad)!

Posted 14/02/2019


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Swan Theatre Company

Swan Theatre Company

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The Eagle Bookshop, Bedford, Bedfordshire

Poetry at The Eagle Bookshop

Poetry at The Eagle Bookshop

Sunday 24th February at 7:00pm

Shakespeare and Company
Please note - this performance is NOT at The Place Theatre
Tickets for this show are priced at £5.00.

Posted 13/02/2019


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Recent Post from one of our readers - 11/02/2019
Name: Mandy Rolleston
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From King Charles Mummers


We are The King Charles Mummers based in Falmouth, Cornwall.

We are looking to upgrade our sound system and wondered what you all would recommend, thank you.

We have 120 seater theatre an old PC with Jack plug and an amplifier.


website is www.kingcharlesmummers.org

Many thanks

Mandy Rolleston

Peter's response:

Hi Mandy,

Thanks for posting your question. I shall make sure it gets published in the #Advice section of the www.dramagroups.com website and its associated Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages within the next 24 hours. I shall ask people to contact you if they can help or advise.

Best Wishes,


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Proforca Theatre Company

Proforca Theatre Company

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Feel by James Lewis. Directed by David Brady

Reviewed by: Elaine Chapman @elainec46302904

15th February 2019

Venue: The Space from 5th-16th February 2019.
1st and 2nd March-Upstairs at the Western.
3rd March-The Albany Theatre.
8th and 9th March-The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

Feel, a small word with so many emotions packed within it. The one sentence that sums up this fantastically written play by James Lewis.

Set in two separate locations that many in the audience could relate to. The frustrations of delayed trains and the stranger you see every day taking a similar journey to your own. That strikes up a relationship. To a one night stand back on Jamies flat that potentially could be something more permanent.

The exploration of how each of the four characters feels and what has led them to feel this way searches the very soul of how human beings behave when they begin to feel what they fear the most.

The play almost embraces fear through the hard-faced very honest Naomi. She doesn’t want to feel anymore as it only leads to heartbreak. As we discover she ran away from her dying Father to save herself the pain. Ironically she has never grieved to feel the pain she needs to feel in order to feel love.

The important issue of men’s mental health is raised through Naomi’s one night stand Jamie. A very likeable man who opens up to the fact he is vulnerable and lonely. Sick of pointless one night stands he just wants to “feel something once” and “someone to give a shit”. The basic concept of to love and be loved. This should be such an easy thing to achieve. It is just a feeling after all!

The imagery through the only solo dialogue in the play is delivered by Nick. We discover his deep dark secret that his life is short due to heart problems. His writer skills are expressed with raw emotions tied up in an extremely moving scene. Although I felt it was not confirmed that he has died towards the end of the play this didn’t spoil anything. Sometimes in life, we don’t have closure.

Karen has become stuck in a routine of waiting for time to pass on a train platform and a job she is unfulfilled in. Her dream to be an actress is reignited by Nick. Their brief relationship and his heart condition teach her that life is too short to simply wait for something to just happen and take you on to your next destination.

As with many fringe theatre productions you are not treated to the idealistic view that they all lived happily ever after. How could they it would not be in keeping with the concept of the diversity and reflection of trying something new?

I guarantee that every audience member will “feel” a host of emotions through watching this brilliantly directed and acted play. As in many cases, art imitates life and this play is staunchly placed within the real world of complicated relationships and feelings.

The play runs for over two hours and despite the seats being slightly uncomfortable, the time passes without feeling the need to clock watch at any point.

A definite must see for any avid fringe theatre fan or a brilliant introduction for any first-timers.

Four stars.

See the full review here theatreandartreviews.wordpress.com


Posted on 09/02/2019


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Heswall Musical Society

Heswall Musical Society

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Heswall, Merseyside


Heswall Musical Society are looking for a rehearsal pianist. They are looking for someone who would be willing to play free of charge and gain valuable experience. Rehearsals take place on Tuesday nights at Kylemore Community Centre, Kylemore Drive, Heswall from 7.30-9.30pm

Contact: If you are interested email heswallmusicalsociety@hotmail.com

Posted 07/02/2019


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Bournemouth Music Competitions Festival

Bournemouth Music Competitions Festival

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BMCF, 39 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth BH1 3NS


To celebrate excellence and promote community participation in the performing arts by presenting an annual festival, enhanced by competition and professional adjudication

Contact: 01202 556023 or bmthfestival@gmail.com or via our website or social media


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Angela O'Connor

Littlehampton West Sussex
Contact via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cheekyange


American Diner American Diner American Diner American Diner

For Sale

Jan 2019

American Diner

1950s American Diner set, benches, table and chairs.
It's custom made, has storage under the booth.
Measurements if needed
Booth 147cm wide 197cm long
Table 70cm wide 130 long
X2 chairs
Unfortunately I've moved to a smaller flat and its too big.
It's on my local gumtree for £900

Posted 22/01/2019


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The Inn Theatre Company


Dartmouth, Devon


Stage Manager

Dates Required: 2019

We are looking for a Stage Manager and help with props, set and costumes, so get in touch if you would like to get involved.

Contact: You can message us via our website or social media, email theinntheatrecompany@gmail.com or call the Director on 07738389166.

Posted 17/01/2019


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Crystal point mall, 213, 2nd Floor, link rd above star bazaar, Andheri West, Mumbai - 53


Theatre Available

Contact: IRFAN HAMID 9820187443

A new entertainment venue 100 seater auditorium for
• Stand up Comedy
• Kids Plays
• All Genres Plays
• Dance shows
• Business events
• Presentation
• Learning space
• Non commercial movies
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Or any kind of events.

Posted 07/01/2019


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Mandy Gunter

Telford, Shropshire

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Does anybody have multiple copies of Same by Deborah Bruce that they would be willing to sell?
We would like to perform in the Wellington Drama Festival but the cost of purchasing 9 scripts is quite prohibitive as we would not recoup the costs from the performance. Thanks :-)

Oct/Nov 2018

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Let's Misbehave!

What audience doesn’t love a WHODUNNIT ?!?!

Thinking of planning a Fundraising Event, Theatre Show or Private Party?

‘Let’s Misbehave’ Murder Mysteries are perfect for a fun-filled occasion for both actors and audiences alike.

With the possibility for Audience Interaction and Involvement too - Success is ensured!!!

All 9 ‘Let’s Misbehave!’ play packs include ideas for audience interaction and involvement; making accusations and awarding of prizes.

Let's Misbehave

For our Murder Mystery script titles and themes, tips on planning your event and all further information, please visit http://murder-mystery-games-uk.co.uk/play-game-titles/ or please ring me, Liz Davey, on 07980317739

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Copythorne Amateur Theatrical Society

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Press release- ‘Robin Hood and Babes in the Woods’

This Christmas Copythorne Amateur Theatrical Society are celebrating 50 years of Copythorne pantomimes with a production of ‘Robin Hood and Babes in the Woods’. In 1968 the local British Legion put on a panto to raise funds. It proved so popular that it became an annual event. In 1995 CATS was formed to continue the tradition when the Royal British Legion changed their fundraising rules. Over the years, hundreds of local people have been involved with the shows and thousands of pounds have been raised for charity.

This year’s show has been specially written to mark the occasion and includes all the characters you’d expect, plus quite a few that might surprise you, including some panto ghosts.

Robin Hood has returned from the Crusades to find that the people of Nottingham are in desperate need of help. The wicked Sheriff of Nottingham keeps taking their money in taxes and burning down their houses. Things get even worse when Prince John demands even more money and the Sheriff decides to get rid of his two young wards and marry Maid Marian so that he can get his hands on their lands.

Can Robin rescue the Babes and Marian and defeat the Sheriff? Maybe. With the help of his merry men (and women) and, of course, Nurse Nora, the dame, who knows everything there is to know about the soldiers in the castle, including the bungling Private Eye and Private Parts. A true village panto with plenty of songs, swash buckling and audience participation. The show also features dancers from the Jo Hyne School of Dance, who will bring some magic to Sherwood and a bit of Rock n Roll to Nottingham Castle.

Performances are: Saturday 24th November at 7.30
Sunday 25th November at 2.30
Saturday 1st December at 7.30
Sunday 2nd December at 2.30
At Copythorne Parish Hall, Pollards Moor Road, S04 2NZ
Tickets: Adults £8, under 16s £5, Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) £22
Available from Bartley Post Office, Landford Stores and Bramshaw Village Stores or by phoning our box office 02380 813415

Posted on 16/09/2018

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Make-Up Artist Work Experience Required

I am a make-up lecture at Sussex downs college in Lewes. currently seeking work experience for my make-up group. They are all very passionate about theatrical make-up and I was seeking if by any chance they could have the opportunity in working together with the art performance in delivering make-up and gaining experience within the make-up industry in theatrical

yours sincerely

Nelia Mici
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